Discharge-produced plasma (DPP) based EUV source is being developed at Gotenba Branch of EUVA Hiratsuka R&D Center. Among the several kinds of discharge scheme, Z-pinch is employed in our source. An all-solid-state magnetic pulse compression (MPC) generator is used to create a Z-pinch plasma. Low inductance MPC generator is capable of producing a pulsed current with over 50 kA of peak amplitude and about 100 ns of pulse duration at 7 kHz of pulse repetition frequency. In order to obtain sufficient output radiation power, tin-containing gas is being used as well as xenon. Due to the high spectral efficiency of tin, demonstrated EUV output power reached 645 W/2πsr within 2% bandwidth around 13.5 nm. A novel scheme of fuel gas supply led to as good output energy stability as xenon can achieve. Using a nested grazing-incidence collector, EUV power at intermediate focus point which is defined as an interface to the exposure tool reached 42 W with 3.3 mm2sr of etendue.© (2006) COPYRIGHT SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering. Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.