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atw Vol. 63 (2018) | Issue 4 ı April

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NEWS

*)

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

in several important respects but calls

for more documentation on the

copper canisters.

The Swedish Radiation Safety

Authority (SSM) has reviewed SKB’s

applications under the Nuclear Activities

Act and recommends the Government

to grant a licence for a final

repository for spent nuclear fuel in

Forsmark and an encapsulation plant

in Oskarshamn.

The statement from the Land and

Environment Court (MMD) is also

positive in several important respects.

The court says yes to the issues

relating to the Forsmark site, the rock,

the buffer and the environmental

impact statement. The court also

approves the encapsulation plant and

increased capacity in the interim

storage facility Clab. However, the

court wants SKB to present more

documentation on the properties of

the canister and safety in the

long term. Furthermore, it wants

an investigation of the issue of responsibility

after closure, which has also

been requested by the munici pality.

We can conclude that we have

not been able to answer the court’s

questions regarding the copper

canister fully. At the same time, the

Government’s expert authority SSM

wrote in its statement that SKB has

the potential to meet the legislative

requirements on safe final disposal,

says SKB’s managing director Eva

Halldén in a comment.

SKB will provide documentation

That the two authorities have come

to such different conclusions is in

part due to the fact that they have

tried the applications under different

legislations, SSM under the Nuclear

Activities Act and MMD under the

Environmental Code. They also have

different licensing procedures. SSM

grants a licence in several steps with

continuous updates of the safety

analysis. But the court must say yes

or no based on the currently available

documentation.

The issue now lies with the

Ministry of the Environment and

Energy for further investigation and

SKB is working to develop the documentation

on the canister required

by the court.

This is material that we have

planned to produce for the preliminary

safety analysis. The difference

now is that we will prioritise the work

Operating Results November 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 910 880 720 660 116 6 744 904 253 976 759 100.00 94.12 99.88 92.69 100.75 92.46

OL2 Olkiluoto BWR FI 910 880 720 662 904 5 794 145 243 611 284 100.00 79.69 99.64 78.73 101.18 79.43

KCB Borssele PWR NL 512 484 720 367 102 3 021 010 157 825 451 99.78 74.15 99.78 74.55 99.75 72.16

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 7) PWR CH 380 365 720 276 072 2 646 900 130 879 056 100.00 87.20 100.00 86.71 100.93 86.16

KKG Gösgen 7) PWR CH 1060 1010 720 768 486 7 788 300 304 398 935 100.00 92.37 99.99 91.99 100.69 91.66

KKM Mühleberg BWR CH 390 373 720 278 340 2 838 690 124 050 935 100.00 92.24 99.85 91.61 99.12 90.80

CNT-I Trillo PWR ES 1066 1003 720 764 776 7 740 744 238 234 461 100.00 91.36 99.95 91.07 99.24 90.09

Dukovany B1 PWR CZ 500 473 720 362 651 2 456 677 108 267 051 100.00 62.82 100.00 62.46 100.74 61.29

Dukovany B2 PWR CZ 500 473 720 360 040 2 950 413 104 273 041 100.00 75.24 100.00 74.70 100.01 73.61

Dukovany B3 PWR CZ 500 473 655 314 334 2 623 607 102 248 463 90.97 75.75 86.99 65.95 87.32 65.46

Dukovany B4 PWR CZ 500 473 361 174 635 2 371 933 102 900 084 50.14 69.14 48.36 59.29 48.51 59.18

Temelin B1 PWR CZ 1080 1030 720 781 214 8 664 341 106 292 500 100.00 100.00 99.96 99.96 100.47 100.08

Temelin B2 PWR CZ 1080 1030 720 787 897 6 819 241 100 683 563 100.00 78.34 100.00 78.01 101.32 78.77

Doel 1 PWR BE 454 433 720 325 983 3 277 563 133 890 536 100.00 90.76 99.47 90.23 99.32 89.84

Doel 2 PWR BE 454 433 720 328 778 3 268 119 131 921 768 100.00 91.40 99.71 91.03 100.27 89.30

Doel 3 PWR BE 1056 1006 0 0 6 732 621 251 169 221 0 78.97 0 78.79 0 79.12

Doel 4 PWR BE 1084 1033 720 773 286 7 054 678 253 727 128 100.00 83.08 97.81 82.31 98.06 80.49

Tihange 1 PWR BE 1009 962 158 124 135 2 815 111 290 078 185 21.98 36.57 17.32 35.78 17.03 34.79

Tihange 2 PWR BE 1055 1008 720 766 981 6 637 622 248 156 690 100.00 82.44 100.00 78.63 101.62 78.83

Tihange 3 PWR BE 1089 1038 701 759 129 8 614 260 268 094 957 97.37 99.76 96.66 99.69 96.71 98.57

Operating Results January 2018

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 744 957 521 957 521 341 149 580 100.00 100.00 93.97 93.97 86.59 86.59

KKE Emsland 4) DWR 1406 1335 744 1 010 637 1 010 637 336 333 920 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 96.55 96.55

KWG Grohnde DWR 1430 1360 744 977 338 977 338 367 604 917 100.00 100.00 94.85 94.85 91.28 91.28

KRB C Gundremmingen 4) SWR 1344 1288 744 982 159 982 159 321 562 051 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 97.58 97.58

KKI-2 Isar DWR 1485 1410 744 1 082 908 1 082 908 342 681 231 100.00 100.00 99.98 99.98 97.73 97.72

KKP-2 Philippsburg 1,2,4) DWR 1468 1402 744 1 062 603 1 062 603 356 230 119 100.00 100.00 99.92 99.92 96.06 96.06

GKN-II Neckarwestheim DWR 1400 1310 744 1 006 200 1 006 200 321 129 334 100.00 100.00 99.40 99.39 96.80 96.80

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