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atw Vol. 63 (2018) | Issue 3 ı March 188 NEWS Wenn Sie keine Erwähnung Ihres Geburtstages in der atw wünschen, teilen Sie dies bitte rechtzeitig der KTG- Geschäftsstelle mit. 80 Jahre werden 4. Prof. Dr. Klaus Kühn, Clausthal-Zellerfeld 5. Dr. Hans Fuchs, Gelterkinden/CH 9. Dr. Carl Alexander Duckwitz, Alzenaz 28. Prof. Dr. Georg-Friedrich Schultheiss, Lüneburg 79 Jahre wird 8. Dr. Siegbert Storch, Aachen 78 Jahre wird 18. Dipl.-Ing. Norbert Granner, Bergisch Gladbach 77 Jahre werden 17. Dipl.-Phys. Ernst Robinson, Gehrden 28. Dr. Ludwig Richter, Hasselroth 76 Jahre werden 9. Prof. Dr. Hans-Christoph Mehner, Dresden 27. Dr. Dieter Sommer, Mosbach 27. Dr. Jürgen Wunschmann, Eggenstein 29. Dr. Klaus-Detlef Closs, Karlsruhe 75 Jahre werden 15. Dr. Werner Dander, Heppenheim 18. Dipl.-Betriebsw. Uwe Janßen, Weinheim 18. Dipl.-Ing. Victor Luster, Bamberg 26. Ing. Helmut Schulz, Kürten 70 Jahre werden 6. Dr. Wolfgang Tietsch, Mannheim 9. Ing. Herbert Moryson, Essen 22. Dr. Heinz-Dietmar Maertens, Arnum 26. Dr. Rainer Heibel, Ness Neston/GB 27. Ulrich Wimmer, Erlangen 65 Jahre werden 10. Dipl.-Phys. Harold Rebohm, Berlin 24. Dipl.-Phys. Michael Beczkowiak, Karben 60 Jahre werden 4. Dipl.-Ing. Holger Bröskamp, Höhnhorst 4. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Franz Xaver Pirzer, Schwandorf 50 Jahre werden 16. Rainer Bezold, Dormitz 16. Dr. Matthias Messer, Tetbury/GB 30. Dr. Christian Raetzke, Leipzig Die KTG gratuliert ihren Mitgliedern sehr herzlich zum Geburtstag und wünscht ihnen weiterhin alles Gute! Top Foratom: Europe needs nuclear for climate change and energy security (foratom) Nuclear energy contributes to the European Union’s three key energy objectives laid out in the bloc’s energy union initiative of security of supply, competitiveness and environmental sustainability, Yves Desbazeille, director-general of industry group Foratom, told journalists in Brussels on 29 January 2018. According to Mr Desbazeille, the EU must continue to focus on achieving its ultimate goal of cutting CO 2 emissions, transitioning to a low- carbon economy, ensuring security of energy supply and creating jobs. He said the EU should continue to use “all the best tools available”, including nuclear energy. Mr Desbazeille said nuclear was not mentioned in the EU’s latest ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ legislative package, although it is currently providing almost half of the EU’s lowcarbon electricity. He said adjustments are also needed to the way the European energy markets work in order to stimulate investment in long-term energy capacities. A higher price to carbon emissions is needed to encourage such investments and a revision of the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) will be a “key instrument” for decarbonising the EU’s economy, Mr Desbazeille said. On the UK leaving the Euratom treaty as part of Brexit, Mr Desbazeille said the EU and UK should not delay negotiating their future relationship in the civil nuclear field and in particular defining the parameters of a transitional period. Euratom is the treaty which underpins the nuclear industry and the trade in nuclear materials in the EU. | | (18501457), www.foratom.org WNA outlines vision for future of electricity (wna) Harmony is the nuclear industry vision supported by the World Nuclear Association (WNA) for the future of electricity and how nuclear energy can help the world achieve its 2° climate target. According to WNA, nuclear power capacity will need to grow signifi cantly around the world in order to meet the International Energy Agency’s 2° scenario. “By 2050, nuclear energy must account for 25 % of energy genera tion if we are to meet our climate targets. With nuclear making up 11 % of generation in 2014, an extra 1000 GW in nuclear capacity will need to be built by 2050” states Agneta Rising, WNA Director General. “However, meeting this goal will not be easy”, she adds. One of the actions being undertaken by the Harmony programme is an evaluation of current barriers and recommended solutions. These can be summarised as follows: Electricity market failures: Ensure a level playing field for all low carbon energy sources including nuclear. Regulatory barriers: Harmonise international regulatory processes to ensure consistency, efficiency and predictability. Misconception of risks and benefits: Address public concerns and put the health, environmental and safety risks of nuclear in perspective compared to other power generation technologies. “FORATOM very much welcomes the work being undertaken by the WNA. Indeed, Europe faces many of the same challenges, and opportunities, as other regions”, underlines Yves Desbazeille, FORATOM Director General. “Globally, the EU is the region which emits the lowest amount of CO 2 emissions from electricity generation thanks to nuclear energy. We look forward to continuing our fruitful cooperation with the WNA and making sure our positive messages about the real value of nuclear energy resonate across Europe”. For more information about the Harmony programme check out the website: world-nuclear.org/harmony. | | (18501447), www.world-nuclear.org, www.foratom.org World Head of ROSATOM Alexei Likhachev announced 2018 the Year of Nuclear Science (rosatom) On the 6th of February 2018, speaking at the function at the Presidium of Scientific and Technical Board of ROSATOM dedicated to the Russian Science Day, Director General of ROSATOM Alexei Likhachev announced 2018 the Year of Nuclear Science. Likhachev reminded that the nuclear sector had appeared in the world owing to fundamental scientific discoveries and today’s achievements of Russian nuclear scientists in many respects were based on scientific News

atw Vol. 63 (2018) | Issue 3 ı March Operating Results October 2017 Plant name Country Nominal capacity Type gross [MW] net [MW] Operating time generator [h] Energy generated. gross [MWh] Month Year Since commissioning Time availability [%] Energy availability Energy utilisation [%] *) [%] *) Month Year Month Year Month Year OL1 Olkiluoto BWR FI 910 880 523 453 505 6 084 788 253 316 643 70.17 93.53 67.01 91.99 66.89 91.65 OL2 Olkiluoto BWR FI 910 880 745 687 245 5 131 241 242 948 381 100.00 77.68 100.00 76.66 101.37 77.29 KCB Borssele PWR NL 512 484 703 352 921 2 653 908 157 458 349 93.60 71.62 93.63 72.12 92.49 69.50 KKB 1 Beznau 1,2,7) PWR CH 380 365 0 0 0 124 746 087 0 0 0 0 0 0 KKB 2 Beznau 1,2,7) PWR CH 380 365 745 283 718 2 370 828 130 602 984 100.00 85.94 100.00 85.41 100.25 84.71 KKG Gösgen 7) PWR CH 1060 1010 745 788 371 7 019 814 303 630 449 100.00 91.62 99.98 91.20 99.83 90.77 KKM Mühleberg BWR CH 390 373 745 286 910 2 560 350 123 772 595 100.00 91.47 99.97 90.80 98.75 89.98 CNT-I Trillo PWR ES 1066 1003 745 791 502 6 975 968 237 469 685 100.00 90.51 100.00 90.20 99.03 89.19 Dukovany B1 PWR CZ 500 473 745 371 657 2 094 026 107 904 400 100.00 59.16 100.00 58.76 99.77 57.40 Dukovany B2 PWR CZ 500 473 745 368 190 2 590 373 103 913 002 100.00 72.79 100.00 72.20 98.84 71.01 Dukovany B3 PWR CZ 500 473 0 0 2 309 273 101 934 129 0 74.25 0 63.88 0 63.30 Dukovany B4 PWR CZ 500 473 745 370 436 2 197 298 102 725 449 100.00 71.01 99.55 60.37 99.45 60.23 Temelin B1 PWR CZ 1080 1030 745 802 035 7 883 127 105 511 286 100.00 100.00 99.96 99.96 99.68 100.04 Temelin B2 PWR CZ 1080 1030 745 808 164 6 031 344 99 895 666 100.00 76.21 100.00 75.84 100.44 76.54 Doel 1 PWR BE 454 433 745 337 695 2 951 580 133 564 553 100.00 89.85 99.88 89.32 99.46 88.90 Doel 2 PWR BE 454 433 745 339 506 2 939 341 131 592 990 100.00 90.56 99.98 90.17 99.85 88.21 Doel 3 PWR BE 1056 1006 0 0 6 732 621 251 169 221 0 86.76 0 86.57 0 86.93 Doel 4 PWR BE 1084 1033 745 812 158 6 281 391 252 953 842 100.00 81.41 100.00 80.78 99.48 78.75 Tihange 1 PWR BE 1009 962 0 0 2 690 977 289 954 051 0 38.01 0 37.60 0 36.54 Tihange 2 PWR BE 1055 1008 745 786 476 5 870 641 247 389 709 100.00 80.71 100.00 76.52 100.69 76.58 Tihange 3 PWR BE 1089 1038 745 804 709 7 855 132 267 335 829 100.00 100.00 99.98 99.98 99.07 98.76 189 NEWS Operating Results December 2017 Plant name Type Nominal capacity gross [MW] net [MW] Operating time generator [h] Energy generated, gross [MWh] Time availability [%] Energy availability Energy utilisation [%] *) [%] *) Month Year Since Month Year Month Year Month Year commissioning KBR Brokdorf DWR 1480 1410 744 932 450 5 778 146 340 192 059 100.00 51.68 93.41 48.23 84.26 44.37 KKE Emsland 4) DWR 1406 1335 744 1 001 858 11 323 704 335 323 283 100.00 93.28 100.00 93.13 95.68 91.94 KWG Grohnde DWR 1430 1360 744 971 810 9 684 880 366 627 579 100.00 86.06 94.84 82.24 90.74 76.66 KRB B Gundremmingen 4) SWR 1344 1284 732 636 949 9 689 710 331 342 654 98.39 93.06 97.96 92.22 62.39 81.55 KRB C Gundremmingen SWR 1344 1288 744 982 473 9 929 820 320 579 893 100.00 87.85 100.00 85.93 97.80 83.86 KKI-2 Isar DWR 1485 1410 744 1 083 616 11 523 513 341 598 323 100.00 91.53 99.96 91.15 97.80 88.26 KKP-2 Philippsburg DWR 1468 1402 744 1 065 419 7 853 827 355 167 516 100.00 63.18 100.00 63.12 95.90 60.10 GKN-II Neckarwestheim DWR 1400 1310 744 995 400 10 540 800 320 123 134 100.00 88.93 100.00 88.60 95.72 86.10 findings of the father-founders of the sector. “The sectoral science all the way has proved the theorem of the sector existence,” he said, noting that the contemporary challenges required solving many new topical tasks on which the future development of nuclear industry is dependent and ROSATOM’s competitiveness on the world market is maintained. According to Likhachev, ROSATOM’s management pays the high priority attention to the development of the sectoral science that is confirmed by the staff and organizational decisions made last year and setting the highpriority tasks which include building up the sectoral plan in scientific areas, creation of the scientific eco-environs, provisions for sustainable financing of scientific activities, raising prestige of scientific work, and many others. “One more important task we are facing is the broadening scientific contacts, including our ‘blood brother’ NRC Kurchatov Institute as well as with the Russian Academy of Sciences. In April 2018, we plan to hold a large scientific conference of the sector where we will summarize certain results and possibly make decisions on development in promising areas,” Alexei Likhachev said. “Using this opportunity, I would like to announce 2018 the Year of Nuclear Science,” the head of sector said. In turn, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Aleksandr Sergeev noted in his address that today “RAS and ROSATOM work on friendly terms and in concert”. “In our interaction, ROSATOM is the support of RAS and, perhaps, today RAS needs ROSA- TOM more than ROSATOM needs RAS,” he said. The meeting was attended by leading Russian scientists, heads of ROSATOM, Russian Academy of Sciences, directors of nuclear research centers, and NRC Kurchatov Institute. At the function, welcoming speeches and presentations were made by Head of Proryv Project Evgeniy Adamov; Director of NRC Kurchatov Institute Denis Minkin; Director of SRC RF TRINITY (part of ROSATOM’s Science Division) Vladimir Cherkovets; Director of Institute for Laser Physical Research, Academician of RAS Sergey Garanin; Deputy General Director of *) Net-based values (Czech and Swiss nuclear power plants gross-based) 1) Refueling 2) Inspection 3) Repair 4) Stretch-out-operation 5) Stretch-in-operation 6) Hereof traction supply 7) Incl. steam supply 8) New nominal capacity since January 2016 9) Data for the Leibstadt (CH) NPP will be published in a further issue of atw BWR: Boiling Water Reactor PWR: Pressurised Water Reactor Source: VGB News