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atw Vol. 64 (2019) | Issue 4 ı April

Operating Results December 2018

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 910 880 744 680 983 7 001 022 261 655 208 100.00 88.25 99.05 87.24 100.58 87.82

OL2 Olkiluoto BWR FI 910 880 744 686 482 7 597 361 251 896 543 100.00 95.31 100.00 94.58 100.29 94.27

KCB Borssele PWR NL 512 484 744 379 826 3 514 770 161 721 689 99.47 79.32 99.46 79.00 100.03 78.49

KKB 1 Beznau 7) PWR CH 380 365 744 286 584 2 588 023 127 334 110 100.00 78.73 100.00 78.26 101.43 77.68

KKB 2 Beznau 7) PWR CH 380 365 744 285 074 3 185 534 134 350 407 100.00 96.40 100.00 96.28 100.84 95.62

KKG Gösgen 7) PWR CH 1060 1010 744 794 572 8 680 941 313 875 528 100.00 94.10 99.99 93.77 100.75 93.49

KKM Mühleberg BWR CH 390 373 744 283 870 3 066 170 127 404 315 100.00 92.84 98.80 92.01 97.83 89.75

CNT-I Trillo PWR ES 1066 1003 744 789 917 8 267 245 247 291 669 100.00 89.51 100.00 89.26 99.16 88.00

Dukovany B1 PWR CZ 500 473 729 362 664 3 599 011 112 229 493 97.98 83.36 97.06 82.84 97.49 82.17

Dukovany B2 2) PWR CZ 500 473 744 370 524 3 611 634 108 234 171 100.00 84.01 99.98 83.55 99.60 82.46

Dukovany B3 PWR CZ 500 473 161 70 038 3 875 614 106 498 041 21.64 90.72 21.25 90.37 18.83 88.48

Dukovany B4 PWR CZ 500 473 744 376 529 3 171 527 106 443 269 100.00 74.18 99.99 72.99 101.22 72.41

Temelin B1 PWR CZ 1080 1030 744 809 838 7 879 748 114 361 042 100.00 83.58 99.94 83.33 100.60 83.18

Temelin B2 PWR CZ 1080 1030 744 816 260 7 782 571 109 272 517 100.00 82.29 99.99 82.14 101.40 82.21

Doel 1 2) PWR BE 454 433 0 0 1 229 715 135 444 462 0 30.83 0 30.81 0 30.91

Doel 2 2) PWR BE 454 433 0 0 1 549 672 133 801 939 0 38.82 0 38.70 0 38.89

Doel 3 PWR BE 1056 1006 744 804 825 3 963 264 255 132 485 100.00 42.82 100.00 42.19 101.82 42.62

Doel 4 2) PWR BE 1084 1033 292 188 760 5 827 569 260 373 410 39.24 62.54 22.26 60.98 22.26 60.65

Tihange 1 PWR BE 1009 962 744 760 609 7 991 982 298 830 858 100.00 91.59 100.00 91.05 101.61 90.59

Tihange 2 3) PWR BE 1055 1008 0 0 5 702 393 254 651 930 0 62.33 0 61.67 0 62.04

Tihange 3 3) PWR BE 1089 1038 0 0 2 332 443 271 227 273 0 24.40 0 24.37 0 24.43

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NEWS

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 744 952 106 10 375 751 350 567 810 100.00 90.60 94.33 84.72 86.08 79.65

KKE Emsland 4) DWR 1406 1335 744 1 007 298 11 495 686 346 818 969 100.00 94.78 100.00 94.67 96.21 93.33

KWG Grohnde DWR 1430 1360 744 1 013 399 10 946 635 377 574 214 100.00 92.82 99.98 91.61 94.60 86.79

KRB C Gundremmingen SWR 1344 1288 744 1 005 494 10 361 862 330 941 755 100.00 90.41 100.00 89.85 99.93 87.51

KKI-2 Isar DWR 1485 1410 744 1 084 754 12 127 490 353 725 813 100.00 95.46 100.00 95.24 97.90 92.92

KKP-2 Philippsburg DWR 1468 1402 744 1 068 384 10 993 639 366 161 155 100.00 90.63 100.00 90.47 96.33 84.05

GKN-II Neckarwestheim 2) DWR 1400 1310 744 1 025 400 9 703 700 329 826 834 100.00 81.35 100.00 81.00 98.80 79.29

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EU needs all low-carbon

sources to achieve its 2050

decarbonisation goals

(foratom) Reflecting on how low-carbon

technologies can help the European

Union achieve its 2050 decarbonisation

objectives and what the needs of the

industrial sector are when it comes to

increased electrification were the main

topics discussed during an event hosted

in Brussels by the Permanent Representation

of Romania to the EU and

organised in the context of the country’s

Presidency of the Council.

The event “Solutions for a 2050

Carbon- free Europe”, organised by the

Romanian Ministry of Energy in cooperation

with FORATOM and the Romanian

Atomic Forum (ROMATOM),

gathered together more than 100 representatives

of EU Member States, EU

institutions and power industries. The

conference provided participants with a

platform to exchange views on how

low-carbon technologies can together

contribute to reaching EU climate goals.

During his keynote speech, EU Commissioner

for Climate Action & Energy

Miguel Arias Cañete stated that by 2050

the deployment of renewables and a

stable share of nuclear energy is the solution

to make the European power sector

carbon- free. He also underlined that the

role of low-carbon technologies is essential

in reaching carbon-neutrality.

This approach was echoed by the

Ro manian Minister of Energy Anton

Anton, who – in his introductory speech

– reiterated that all low-carbon energy

sources need to be explored in the

future in order to ensure a sustainable

development of economy. He also stated

that Europe has already managed to

achieve a lot in this field, also thanks to

the contribution of nuclear energy.

Fabien Roques, Executive Vice President

of FTI Compass Lexecon Energy

presented in detail a recent study

entitled “Pathways to 2050: role of

nuclear in a low-carbon Europe”, commissioned

by FORATOM pro viding the

vision for the nuclear sector by midcentury.

According to the study,

nuclear energy provides an important

contribution to an efficient transition

towards a decarbonised European

power system as it can help ensure

compliance with EU emissions targets,

avoid temporary increase of emissions

and locking in fossil fuels investments.

The complementarity role of nuclear

for renewables was also emphasised.

*)

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

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