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Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
Market Research India - Nuclear Power Market in India 2009
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  • 1. Nuclear Power ‐Nuclear Power IndiaFebruary 2009
  • 2. Executive Summary  Installed capacity in 2008: 4,120MWe; Accounts for 2.8% of total power capacity  Estimated capacity in 2012: 7,500 MWe;  Target capacity by 2020: 20 GW Market  Government has the sole right to nuclear power generation via NPCIL  I d US Indo‐US nuclear deal and NSG waiver expected to boost nuclear commerce l d l d NSG i d b l  High level of activity with domestic and foreign firms signing or evaluating partnerships   Large domestic engineering and infrastructure companies showing active interest Activity i i – E.g Rolta, Larsen & Toubro, Reliance,  GVK, Punj Lloyd, Bharat Forge Ltd  Public sector enterprises also actively pursuing partnerships   Large investment outlays being made to capitalize on government’s ambitious plan  Government monopoly in nuclear power generation mining and plant installation Government monopoly in nuclear power generation, mining and plant installation Issues &   Nuclear power generation cost is highest in comparison to other sources of energy Challenges  Dependence on foreign sources for uranium fuel supplies  Limited role for domestic companies due to lack of expertise  An estimated business potential of USD 80‐200 bn  Targeted capacity is 63 GW by 2032 Future   Strong opportunities in manufacturing reactors, components as well as related areas such as  Outlook consulting, engineering & construction etc.  Five reactors are under construction with a total capacity of 3160MWe NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 2
  • 3. •Market Overview•Market Activity Market Activity•Issues & Challenges•Government Organizations•Government Organizations•Future Projects NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 3
  • 4. The historic Indo‐US nuclear deal and waiver from NSG allows India to partake in global nuclear commerce The Past A Historic Deal A bright future with huge opportunity Ban on Nuclear  Delegations from US, UK,  End of 34‐year  commerce with India  commerce with India France, Japan, Canada  France Japan Canada nuclear apartheidsince 1974 nuclear tests pursuing business Led to… Open to partake in  Passage of Indo‐ global nuclear  global nuclear Successful indigenous  US deal and  commerce Major players like Areva,  programme with major  waiver from NSG  GE, and Westinghouse  achievements in 2008 Huge pent up  leading foreign entry demand in existing  demand in existing But… facilitiesRestricted development  Domestic engineering &  Huge investments  gwith no access to foreign with no access to foreign infrastructure firms also  infrastructure firms also planned in the future fuel and technology planning foray A huge opportunity exists in supporting India s ambitious nuclear energy programme. A huge opportunity exists in supporting India’s ambitious nuclear energy programme NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 4
  • 5. Nuclear energy currently accounts for a small share of total  power generation with installed capacity of 4.1 GW in 2008 Overview Installed Nuclear Power Capacity •The Government has the sole right to nuclear  MWe power generation via NPCIL 5,000 +10% 3,900 4,120 •Capacity in 2008 stood at 4120 MW compared  4,000 3,310 to original target of 5680 MW set in the Xth 5‐ 3,000 2,770 2,838 year plan ending in 2007 2,000 •Nuclear power accounts for a miniscule share  •Nuclear power accounts for a miniscule share 1,000 1 000 of total power generated with the bulk  0 accounted by coal and hydro projects 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Share of Total Capacity Regional Distribution of Nuclear Power Gas Diesel North 10% 0.8% 29% Coal 52 5% 52.5% 24 9% Hydro 24.9% West  West 45% 9% 27% 2.8% RES South Nuclear  NuclearRenewable Energy Sources (RES) includes Small Hydro Project, Biomass Gasifier, Biomass Power, Urban & Industrial Waste Power, and Wind Energy  NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 5
  • 6. In the long‐term, business potential of nuclear energy is large with estimates ranging from USD 80 bn to USD 200 bnShort‐term outlook Short – term target and revised estimates•As per the Xth 5‐year plan (ending 2007), the  MW Targeted (In Xth Plan) planned capacity in 2012 was projected to be  15,000 Actual Estimates (Current) Actual Estimates (Current) 12,015 9935 MW 11,475 9,935•However, as per the XIth 5‐year plan, capacity  10,000 6,880 7,180 7,400 addition has been revised to 3380 MW 7,500 5,000•Government is confident of meeting short•Government is confident of meeting short‐ 5,620 5 620 and long‐term targets with 1,500 MW  0 expected to be added by 2009 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Long‐term outlook Long – term target•Ambitious target of 63 GW by 2032 MW•This target translates to at least 40 new  80,000 reactors worth USD 80 bn alone 63,000 60,000•Additionally, there will be significant business  ddi i ll h ill b i ifi b i in consulting, engineering & construction, and  40,000 components supply  20,000 20,000 9,935•Estimates on business potential range from  0 USD 1.5 bn to USD 5 bn p.a. after a few years 2012 2020 2032 NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 6
  • 7. Barring nuclear power generation, the private sector can participate in a significant number of activities Uranium fuel  supply Manufacturing  components for  nuclear plants Manufacturing  reactors Engineering and  consultancy  services Technology for  power  Technology for  transmission power  distribution NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 7
  • 8. •Market Overview•Market Activity Market Activity•Issues & Challenges•Government Organizations•Government Organizations•Future Projects NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 8
  • 9. Domestic private players are capitalizing on the growth prospects through large investments and joint venturesRecent Deals (1/2)Company Partnerships and Investments • Stone & Webster JV: Entered into a joint venture with Stone & Webster to focus on nuclear Stone & Webster JV: Entered into a joint venture with Stone & Webster to focus on nuclear Rolta power engineering • Westinghouse: In Jan 2009, an agreement was signed with Westinghouse to build its AP1000  nuclear reactors.   This would enable L&T to utilize indigenous capabilities for the construction of nuclear power plants Larsen & Toubro  including  supply of reactor equipment and systems, valves, electrical & instrumentation products and (L&T)  fabrication of structural, piping and equipment modules for Westinghouse AP1000 plants • AECL: Another agreement was signed with Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd (AECL) to manufacture  ACR1000 reactors at their facility in Hazira, Gujarat y , j • Alstom JV: Formed a joint venture, in 2008, with Alstom primarily for manufacturing state‐of‐Bharat Forge Ltd  the‐art power plant equipment in India which is expected to extend to nuclear applications(BFL) • Areva JV: It signed an MOU with Areva to set up a manufacturing facility of heavy forges. The  plant is expected to be operational by 2012 l d b lb • Thorium Power MOU: It signed an MOU with Thorium Power Ltd towards providing advisory Punj Lloyd Group  services to players with regard to investment opportunities available in the market NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 9
  • 10. Government institutions have also entered into partnerships and are making large investments in the industry Recent Deals (2/2)Company Partnerships and Investments •K t Kazatomprom MOU: I J 2009 i d MOU ith K t MOU In Jan 2009, signed an MOU with Kazatomprom for supplying uranium to  f l i i t India and discussed the possibility of building Indian PHWR reactors in Kazakhstan • Areva MOU: Signed an MOU with Areva to set up two 1650 MWe EPR at Jaitapur, Maharashtra  coupled with an agreement of constant supply of nuclear fuel for these reactors. The deal is Nuclear Power  estimated to be worth USD 10.4 bnCorporation of India Corporation of IndiaLimited (NPCIL) • BHEL MOU: Signed an MOU with Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL) towards carrying out  engineering, procurement and construction activities for nuclear power plants • NTPC JV: It has entered a JV with NTPC towards creating a new company which will be  implementing an array of nuclear power projects. Investment of USD 3 bn is expected for  building nuclear power plants.  building nuclear power plantsBharat Heavy  • Heavy Engineering Corp JV: Entered into a joint venture with Heavy Engineering Corp for Electricals Ltd. making forgings for nuclear power plantsUranium Corporation  • Expansion: USD 72 mn has been invested towards new mines and processing plants in  p p p gpof India Limited  JharkhandDepartment of  • Tvel Fuel Contract: TVEL entered into a contract to provide fuel pellets for India’s nuclear power Atomic Energy  plants. The contract is valued at over USD 700 mn NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 10
  • 11. Planned investments by the domestic private players in a dynamically growing market Planned activity (1/2)Company Partnerships and Investments • Export To enter the international market of hea engineering components for n clear reactors Export: To enter the international market of heavy engineering components for nuclear reactors • NPCIL JV: It plans on investing USD 463 mn in a venture with NPCIL for domestic supply and export of nuclear Larsen & Toubro (L&T)  forgings • French Alliance: An industrial alliance with French firms is under consideration for manufacturing PWR  equipment in India Reliance Energy Ltd.  • NPCIL: It has approached NPCIL with a proposal to set up a 2000MW nuclear plant(REL) • GE JV: A joint venture with GE is also being consideredGVK Power &  • GE & Westinghouse: Planning to buy reactors and equipment from American companies namely General Infrastructure Electric Co and Westinghouse Electric Co in order to enter the Indian market gTata Power • Market entry: It is planning to enter the nuclear energy market with an initial investment of USD 3 bn Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam  • NPCIL JV: It plans on a JV with NPCIL for setting up atomic energy plant with capacity of 1500MWLtd.• Reliance Power Ltd;• GVK Power &  • These companies are in the process of finalizing agreements with overseas nuclear vendors including Areva, GE‐ Infrastructure Ltd;  Hitachi, Westinghouse and Atomstroyexport• GMR Energy Ltd  NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 11
  • 12. Planned investments by government institutions in a dynamically growing market Planned activity (2/2)Company Partnerships and InvestmentsNuclear Power  • Capacity generation: Plans on establishing an additional capacity of 16900MW at an investment of USD 23 bn p yg g p yCorporation of India  • Andhra Pradesh Generation Company JV: The proposed JV with Andhra Pradesh Generation Company towards Limited (NPCIL) executing two 1500 MW nuclear projectsNational Thermal Power  • BHEL & BFL JV: Plans to diversify into nuclear power for which it has formed JVs with BHEL and Bharat Forge Corporation (NTPC)  • NPCIL & BHEL JV: Also underway is a a joint venture with NPCIL and BHEL to sell 220 MWe PHWR units abroadBharat Electronic Ltd.  • Market entry: Plans on foraying into the instrumentation part of nuclear technology  • Expansion: Planning to tap indigenous uranium deposits from Kylleng‐Pyndeng‐Sohiong in Meghalaya which will Uranium Corporation of  allow them to extract 375000 tonnes of uranium deposits at an investment of USD 214 mnIndia Limited  • Expansion: Invest USD 393 mn in uranium mining and milling plants in Nalgonda  and Kadapa districts in Andra  Pradesh • Product Expansion: It plans to spend USD 7.5 bn in the next two years, building plants to supply components for  reactors of 1600 MWe • NPCIL JV: It is  also planning to enter into a joint venture with NPCIL towards supplying equipment, procurement  and construction of nuclear plants of 700 MWe, 1000 MWe and 1600 MWe and plan on seeking overseas Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. (BHEL)Ltd (BHEL) partners to provide technological support partners to provide technological support • Areva JV: It is planning to form a JV with Areva for manufacturing reactors • Sheffield Forgemasters International & Kobe Steel  JV: A joint venture with UK‐based Sheffield Forgemasters  International Ltd and Japans Kobe Steel is expected in order to supply nuclear forgings • Product Expansion: A green‐field manufacturing base in India for nuclear forgings is being considered NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 12
  • 13. •Market Overview•Market Activity Market Activity•Issues & Challenges•Government Organizations•Government Organizations•Future Projects NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 13
  • 14. Government monopoly on nuclear power generation and perceived high cost of energyMonopoly in power generation• According to the Atomic Energy Commission Act, the Nuclear Power Cooperation of India Ltd  (NPCIL)  is the only institution that can engage in nuclear power generation activity  Private sector  nuclear power  nuclear power• Current government policy dictates that all activities, from uranium and thorium mining to  generation yet  setting up nuclear plants and power generating  power can only be executed by a Government  not permitted company  • Private investments is not allowed in nuclear power generation, however, after the Indo‐US  deal the government is planning to consider private participation in the industry.    deal the government is planning to consider private participation in the industry  Various groups that have shown interest in the market are Videocon group, Jindal Power, Tata Power,  Reliance and GMRHigh production cost of nuclear power• Cost / kWh of generation is much higher as compared to conventional power generation• However, advocates of nuclear energy cite its environmental impact as a positive compared to  Perceived as  conventional energy sources such as coal and gas expensive cents/kWh Lower Estimate cents/kWh Upper Estimate pp source of energy 14.5 14 5 15 15 11.1 11.3 11.6 10 10 5.1 5.8 5.5 6.0 3.9 4.8 4.0 4.4 5 5 0 0 Gas Coal Wind Hydro  Biomass Nuclear Gas Coal Wind  Hydro  Biomass Nuclear NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 14
  • 15. Increased dependence on foreign uranium supplies and possible limitation in opportunity for domestic firmsShortage of domestic uranium supplies• India faces a shortage of domestic uranium resources for powering its nuclear infrastructure  Production levels of nuclear power plants have fallen from an average of 80% PLF (plant load factor‐average  Greater  capacity utilization) to 40‐50% PLF it tili ti ) t 40 50% PLF dependence on  dependence on  Five plants had been shutdown and the other plants were running at an average of less than 50% of their  foreign fuel  capacity supply  The loss of generation at nuclear power stations due to non availability of fuel has been 1825 MU in  comparison to 2007• However, this scenario is expected to change with access to fuel supplies post the NSG waiver  at the risk of increased dependence on overseas supply for its ambitious programmeRole of Indian companies in domestic nuclear market• Many large engineering and infrastructure companies are keen on entering the nuclear energy  market in various roles ranging from reactor manufacturing to power generation Limited • However, the majority of these companies have little or no experience in this domain possibly  opportunity for  causing them to enter into partnerships with foreign companies Indian firms• The partnership arrangement has its benefit since Indian firms have tremendous experience in  dealing with government agencies while the foreign companies bring in technical expertise• The opportunity for Indian companies, however, appears to be limited since their role will be  restricted to marketing or that of a local agent. NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 15
  • 16. •Market Overview•Market Activity Market Activity•Issues & Challenges•Government Organizations•Government Organizations•Future Projects NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 16
  • 17. The Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) is solely responsible for managing nuclear power in India Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Atomic Energy Regulatory  Board (AERB) d( ) Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) Nuclear Power  Nuclear Power Electronics  Electronics Uranium  Uranium Bhartiya Nabhikiya Heavy Water  Nuclear Fuel  Corporation of Corporation  Corporation Vidyut Nigam Ltd Board Complex India Ltd of India Ltd of India Executing  Production of heavy projects and  Supply of nuclear Installation of fast Mining and  water used as a operating nuclear Reactor control and  fuel bundles and  reactors processing moderator and  power plants for  implementation reactor core of nuclear fuel coolant in reactors,  electricity components operates 6 plants generation NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 17
  • 18. Nuclear Power Corporation of India LimitedOverview Financial Performance• Operating the atomic power stations  Profit  Currently operates 17 nuclear power plants with a  Total Income combined capacity of 4120MWe with 5 under construction  bi d i f 4120MW i h 5 d i Revenue INR mn Revenue INR mn Profit INR mn Profit INR mn adding 2660MWe 50,000 46,540 25,000 41,860 42,660• Emphasis on development of nuclear power  40,000 20,000 technology as an economical source of electrical  15,000 30,000 energy gy 10,000 20,000 5,000• Generated 90 bn units of electricity under the 10th  Five Year Plan exceeding the target by 10% 10,000 0 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08Future Outlook Capital Expenditure  Capital Expenditure Revenue distribution  Revenue distribution• Targeted capacity addition of 2660 MW by 2012 and  (2007‐08) (2007‐08) projected capacity of 22 GW by 2015 Ancillary schemes 9% Interest 11 Modifications in  6%• Construction of 8 units of 700 MW PHWRs and 10  operating stations Depreciation 17 units of 1000 MWe LWRs with option to import  100% Profit ancillary products Kundalam 1&2 62% Fuel charges 28• Developing indigenous capability by initiating  Heavy water manufacturing facilities in partnership with leading  charges 15 New projects Repair & maintenance industry partners has been initiated Kaiga 3&4 12% 1% 11 Other operating p g 6 RAPP 5&6 12% expenses 12 NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 18
  • 19. NPCIL: Nuclear reactors currently operated State Plant Unit Type Capacity (MWe) Date of Operation 1 BWR 160 28‐Oct‐69 2 BWR 160 28‐Oct‐69Maharashtra Tarapur Atomic Power Station (TAPS) p ( ) 3 PHWR 540 18‐Aug‐06 4 PHWR 540 12‐Sep‐05 1 PHWR 100 16‐Dec‐73 Rajasthan Atomic Power Station  Rajasthan Atomic Power Station 2 PHWR 200 01‐Apr‐81RajasthanR j h (RAPS) 3 PHWR 220 01‐Jun‐00 4 PHWR 220 23‐Dec‐00 1 PHWR 220 27‐Jan‐84Tamil Nadu Madras Atomic Power Station (MAPS) 2 PHWR 220 21‐Mar‐86 21 M 86 1 PHWR 220 16‐Nov‐00Karnataka Kaiga Generation Station 2 PHWR 220 16‐Mar‐00 3 PHWR 220 06‐May‐07 1 PHWR 220 01‐Jan‐91Uttar Pradesh Narora Atomic Power Station (NAPS) 2 PHWR 220 01‐Jul‐92 1 PHWR 220 06‐May‐93Gujarat Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) 2 PHWR 220 01‐Sep‐95 NOTE: BWR – Boiling Water Reactor, PHWR – Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 19
  • 20. Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam LimitedOverview Financial Performance• Incorporated on 22nd October 2003 as a Public  Total Funds Limited Company INR mn 9,781• Primary focus is to pursue construction,  10,000 10 000 commissioning, operation and maintenance of Fast  5,881 Breeder Reactors for generation of electricity  5,000 3,931 0 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 No profit or loss account as commercial activity has not begunFuture Outlook Fixed Assets (07 08) Fixed Assets (07‐08) Current Assets (07 08) Current Assets (07‐08) Computer  1%• Constructing a 500 MW Fast Breeder Reactor (FBR) at  1% Inventories Software, Vehicles 3% 2% Furniture &  Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu which use spent fuel of the  Land Fixtures PHWR of the NPCIL Plant &  38% Machinery• Investing INR 34.9 bn for developing the reactor• The reactor is expected to go on‐line by 2010 100% Cash & 91% Bank Balances Buildings 56% 8% Other NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 20
  • 21. Electronics Corporation of India LtdOverview Financial Performance• Set‐up in 1967 in order to develop professional grade  Profit electronics Total Income Revenue INR mn Revenue INR mn Profit INR mn Profit INR mn• Involved in the design development, manufacture  9,816 10,000 9,454 3,000 and marketing of three technology lines namely  computers, control systems and communications 6,850 2,000• Supplies control and instrumentation requirements  5,000 for various nuclear power program for various nuclear power program 1,000 1 000 0 0 2005‐06 2006‐2007 2007‐08Future Outlook Sources of Funds (07‐08) Expenditure (07‐08) R&D Unsecured 3%• After the Indo‐US nuclear deal the company expects  Loans 9% Selling Expenses 4% 7% new business leads  Secured Loans 15% Manufacturing, Admin & Other Expenses• It plans on focusing on quality management system 31% Employee Remuneration Capital 22% y• Other endeavors are to streamline systems and  & Benefits procedures for optimal effectiveness 100% Reserves & 54% Materials Consumed 55% Surplus NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 21
  • 22. Uranium Corporation of India LtdOverview Financial Performance• Incorporated on 4th Oct, 1967 Profit• Primary supplier of uranium to heavy water reactors Total Income Revenue INR mn Revenue INR mn Profit INR mn Profit INR mn• Currently operating 4,000 600  5 mines 2,815 2,978 3,043  2 processing plants 3,000 400  1 magnetite recovery plant 2,000 200 1,000 0 0 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08Future Outlook Sources Of Funds (07‐08) Income Distribution (07‐08) Repair &•Upcoming projects and expansion schemes are Reserve &  12% 8% Maintenance Surplus Deferred Tax  Bagjata underground mine 4% Liability 10% Stores & Spares 13%  Mohuldih underground mine Depreciation 15% Other Expenses  Tummalapalle uranium project Tummalapalle uranium project 100%  Lambapur – Peddagattu project Capital 84% 17% Power  KPM project in Meghalaya Payment to  37%  Gogi project in Karnataka Employees  R hil Rohil uranium deposit  i d it NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 22
  • 23. •Market Overview•Market Activity Market Activity•Issues & Challenges•Government Organizations•Government Organizations•Future Projects NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 23
  • 24. Nuclear reactors that are under construction State Reactor Project Control Type Capacity (MWe) Date of Operation Maharashtra Kudankulam 1 & 2 PWR 1000 Aug‐09 NPCIL  PWR 1000 May‐10 Rajasthan Rawatbhata 5 & 6 PHWR 220 Jul‐09 NPCIL  PHWR 220 Oct‐09 Karnataka Kaiga 4 g NPCIL  PHWR 220 Dec‐09 Tamil Nadu Kalpakkam  Bhavini  FBR 500 2011NOTE: BWR – Boiling Water Reactor, PHWR – Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor, FBR – Fast Breeder Reactor NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 24
  • 25. Nuclear reactors that have been planned or proposed Reactor State Type MWe net Project control Start OperationKakrapar 3 & 4 Gujarat PHWR 640 NPCIL 2012Rawatbhata 7 & 8 Rajasthan PHWR 640 NPCIL 2012Kudankulam 3 & 4 Tamil Nadu PWR ‐ VVER 1200 NPCIL ‐Jaitapur 1 & 2 Maharashtra PWR ‐ EPR 1600 NPCIL ‐Kaiga 5 & 6 Karnataka PWR 1000/1500 NPCIL ‐ ‐ ‐ PWR x 2 1000 NTPC 2014Jaitapur 3 & 4 Maharashtra PWR ‐ EPR 1600 NPCIL ‐ ‐ ‐ PHWR x 4 640 NPCIL ‐ ‐ ‐ FBR x 4 470 Bhavini 2020 ‐ ‐ AHWR 300 NPCIL 2020Kudankulam 5 & 6 Tamil Nadu PWR ‐ VVER 1200 NPCIL ‐Jaitapur 5 & 6 Maharashtra PWR ‐ EPR 1600 NPCIL ‐Pati Sonapur Orissa PWR 6000 MWe ‐ ‐ ‐Kumaharia Haryana PWR 2800 MWe ‐ ‐ ‐Saurashtra Gujarat PWR ‐ ‐ ‐Pulivendula Andhra Pradesh PWR 2000 NPCIL 51%, AP Genco 49%Kovvada Andhra Pradesh Andhra Pradesh PWR ‐ ‐ ‐Haripur West Bengal PWR ‐ ‐ ‐ NUCLEAR POWER – INDIA.PPT 25
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