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Philippsburg 2

REPORT

Operating sequence in 2017

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

Electrical output in %

January February March April May June July August September October November December

In the reporting year 2017 the nuclear power plant block

Philippsburg 2 (KKP2) generated a gross output of 7,853,827 MWh.

The net electrical power generation consisted of 7,380,932 MWh.

The plant was 5,535 h on the grid. This corresponds to a availabilty

factor of 63.18 %.

Since the commissioning of the plant 355,167,516 MWh gross und

336,753,322 MWh net were generated

Planned shutdowns

1 January to15 May: Continuation of the 32nd refuelling and

anticipated annual revision due to findings on the ventilation bracket.

100

Unplanned shutdowns and reactor/turbine trip

None. 80

Power 60 reductions above 10 % and longer than for 24 h

28 to 29 October: Load sequence operation.

40

Integrated management system (IMS) EnKK

(NPP P, GKN, KWO)

The integrated management system (IMS) of the EnBW Kernkraft

GmbH (EnKK) with its partial system for nuclear safety (SMS),

quality management (QMS/QSÜ) as well as environmental and

energy management (UMS, EnMS) were also in 2017 continuously

further developed. Scope and content of each process descriptions

were gradually adapted to the different internal requirements and

related approval criteria. Besides the confirmation of conformity for

the IMS, the certification extension of the EnKK energy management

systems( EnMS) according to DIN, EN ISO 50001 followed for the

improvement of the energetic efficiency 2017.

The completeness and effectiveness of measurements as well as

the quality management status (QSÜ) were confirmed by respective

internal audits with multi-day on-site inspections by experts ( KeTAG)

and the supervisory authority at all three of the EnKK. The modular

design of the process oriented IMS according to KTA 1402 enables

also in the upcoming years a continuous and efficient adaptation to

the site-specific requirements of the post-operation phase/remaining

operations/ dismantling.

A WANO Corporate Peer Review was carried out for EnKK in

2017, where an international team especially examined the issues

„ corporate leadership“ and „independent oversight“.

Furthermore a VGB SBS Assessment at the site Philippsburg was

carried out in the framework of the continuous reviews and further

strengthening of the safety culture in the EnKK.

Safety reviews

The 20RSK and EU stress tests carried out after Fukushima confirm the

very high safety level of German nuclear power plants. German

power 0 plants – including decommissioned plants – dispose at

all stress test assumed scenarios about large safety margins

which exceed the minimum requirements stated in legislations,

authorisations and policies and which contain already in their

interpretation as well in their actual state high reserves against

extreme Positionierung:

incidents such as flood and earthquakes. Robustness

increasing Bezug, measures links, are being unten further developed within the national Waste management status

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= 20,475

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During

38,2

the year 2017 in total 2 transportation and storage casks of

national action plan are incorporated in the so-called “Action plan type CASTOR © V/19 were stored in the on-site intermediate storage.

Baden-Württemberg. VGB: HKS6K The 30 tasks % are, with the exception of a few Altogether 31 loaded CASTOR © V/19- and 29 loaded CASTOR ©

single atw: factors of 100 the plant-specific 60 0 0 robustness analysis, completed. V/25 casks were at the on-site intermediate storage.

Furthermore the plant GKN II is mirrored in the framework of the

so-called extend safety test Baden-Württemberg with regards to

incident management at the new nuclear rules and regulations – the

safety requirements at nuclear power plants (SiAnf). The focus is set

on the relevant tank incidents of the remaining operation.

Report

Operating results 2017 – Part I*

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