Kansai Electric Power Co. gave information to the ex-deputy mayor of a town hosting one of its nuclear plants regarding 83 of the 113 orders won by a construction firm linked to him, a probe report by the utility showed Friday.

Information for the projects related to the nuclear power business was provided to Eiji Moriyama, who died in March at age 90, from September 2014 to December 2017, according to the report on the scandal that involves 20 Kepco officials who received large sums of money and gifts from the late politician.

The utility, which operates the nuclear complex in Takahama, Fukui Prefecture, has disclosed that the officials were given about ¥320 million in gifts since 2006 by Moriyama, who also served as an adviser to a Kepco subsidiary for more than 30 years.