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    • AMAC. Spanish nuclear network of local authorities Mariano Vila d’Abadal General Manager of AMAC Gniewino , November 2009 AMAC
    • Nuclear Facilities in Spain AMAC
    • Nuclear Facilities in Spain
      • 6 NNPP/8 Reactors
      • 6 reactors Westinghouse, 1 General Electric, 1 Siemens technology.
      • 8.000 Mw
      • 20% Spanish power production
      • 2.500 permanent jobs plus 2.500 temporary jobs.
      • Spanish nuclear industry... 30.000 permanent jobs
      AMAC
    • Nuclear territories : Background
      • - Early development of nuclear energy during dictatorship regime.
      • - 1979: first local democratic elections
          • First conflicts: Ascó: antinuclear campaign.
              • Trillo: Nuclear waste storage.
              • Vandellòs: emergency planning.
      • - 1988: creation of municipal association.
      AMAC
    • WHAT IS AMAC?
      • VOLUNTARY ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES REPRESENTED BY MAYORS.
      • 70 MUNICIPALITIES
      • 80.000 INHABITANTS
      • RURAL OR SEMI-RURAL AREAS
      AMAC
    • AMAC chart General Assembly (70 members) Board (21 members ) Safety Commission Economical development Commission International Relation Commission President (elected for one year) General Manager AMAC
    • Local areas vs. nuclear facilities
      • Previous reality
      • Necessity of cohabitation with the facility
      • Risk consciousness
      • To defend the existence of NPP in our territories
      • Future economic development
      AMAC
    • local governance vs. nuclear energy
      • Three basic pillars to earn people trust:
        • Safety: non - negotiable concept & guarantee of nuclear policies
        • Information / Participation. Necessary policy
        • Radioactive waste management
        • Economic development. Guarantee for the future
      AMAC
    • Application of Principles in nuclear governance
      • Safety issues
        • Inclusion of municipalities in the protocols of information on impacts
        • Permanent relation with the nuclear security council.
        • Independent experts support (university)
        • Implementation of the nuclear emergency plans
        • Promotion of epidemiologic studies
      AMAC
    • Application of Principles in nuclear governance
      • Emergency plans
        • Investment from the state in civil protection means
        • Training of local authorities and actors
        • Public information
        • Exercices
      AMAC
    • Application of Principles in nuclear governance: Information policies Information committees
      • FUNCTION:
      • - To know the incidences of the nuclear power plant (energy production, waste management, etc) and analyze the
      • OBLIGATIONS:
      • - Transmit the information to the media and the citizens in nuclear areas
      • - Take care of the requests of information from the citizens obtaining the necessary data from the operator and from the institutions responsible of the safety.
      • - Organize events for the consequence of its aims like meetings, conferences, seminaries , etc..
      AMAC
      • MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEES :
        • Ministry of energy
        • One representative of each of the municipalies which are in the influence area of each NPP
        • Nuclear Safety Council
        • Energy Management
        • Operator of the NPP
        • Regional administration
        • Provincial Delegation
        • Civil Protection General Direction
        • Economic Associations
        • Unions
        • Civil Associations
        • Environmental Associations
      Application of Principles in nuclear governance: Information policies AMAC
    • Application of Principles in nuclear governance: Economic development
      • COMPENSATIONS
      • - Government decision for waste storage
      • - Amount depends on High or low and medium activity of the wastes stored
      • - High level storage receive 2 M€/year for all municipalities included in one area of 10 KM from the reactor.
      • - Low and medium level receive 750.000€/year for all municipalities included in one area of 5 KM from the repository.
      • TAXES
          • Economic activity tax
            • Taxable income: Kw installed.
            • 750.000€/reactor of 1000 Mw
          • Real state tax.
            • Taxable income: value of the NPP
            • 4M€/reactor of 1000 Mw
      AMAC
      • LOCAL POLICIES:
        • Improvement of local infrastructures: Water, cleaning, streets, lighting, communication, industrial areas, etc. Basis for private outside investment attraction.
        • Promotion of tourism.
        • Support to private initiatives.
        • Training.
        • Social programs.
      Application of Principles in nuclear governance: Economic development AMAC
    • Application of Principles in nuclear governance
      • Nuclear waste management
        • Final repository for LMRW in El Cabril
        • Government decision to build a centralized storage for high level waste.
        • Amac support this decision
        • Mayors are involved in the process organising information meetings
        • Amac is leading the negotiations with the state to ensure an open process and voluntary candidates
      AMAC
    • Thank you for your attention www.amac.es AMAC