UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Making It Happen
 

Market Briefing
UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Market Briefing – Central Europe
 
Emerging Europe
 
Civil Nuclear Opportunities

Jonathan Allen
27 January 2014, London
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What is Emerging Europe?
•

Nine countries - stretching from Slovenia to Romania, 
from Poland to Croatia

•

All EU regul...
Sustainable Medium-term Growth...
...on a par with other emerging economies
Average Annual GDP Growth Forecast (%)
2010-20...
Main Challenges
• Outdated perceptions of the region 
among UK businesses
• Bureaucracy
• Transparency
• Strong and increa...
Civil nuclear opportunities across “Emerging Europe”
Country

New Build

Life Extension

Decommission

Waste disposal

Bul...
New Build –7 countries, over £66 bn
• Poland: 2 x new 3GW (each) power plants in 2024 & 
2030 (£1 bn AUKV)
• Bulgaria: New...
Life Extension in 4 countries, over £2.1 bn
• Bulgaria: 20 year life extension, 2 VVER units, from 2014, £40m AUKV
• Roman...
Decommissioning & Waste Management
£3.5 bn across 5 markets
 

•Bulgaria: On-going decommissioning (4 units) and waste pro...
UK Nuclear supply chain….

It’s not just about world-class Civil Engineering....
12 
13 
Our not-so-secret weapon!

14 
Czech Republic: Bretislav Nitka
• New Build (£17 bn  AUKV)
• 2 companies (Westinghouse AP1000 and Rosatom VVER) 
under eva...
Romania: Daniella Lulache
• Building of 2 CANDU 6 reactors at Cernavoda
• Legal and consulting services - construction of ...
Poland: Marzena Piszczek
• 2 x new 3 GW nuclear power plants in 2024 and 2030  (cca. 
£12 bln total cost) 
• Owner’s Engin...
Slovakia: Peter Liska
• New NPP - Jaslovské Bohunice
• Decommissioning the two units of V1 - Jaslovské Bohunice 
NPP
• V1’...
Bulgaria: Sashka Evtimova
• 20 year life extension - Kozloduy Unit 5 & 6
• New Build - AP1000 reactor at Kozloduy
• Decomm...
Hungary: Csilla Toth
• 2 new VVER nuclear power plants (Paks NNP)
• Ongoing project for 20 year life extension of 4 existi...
Slovenia: Ales Bursic
• Considering building 2nd nuclear reactor at Krško (~1.2 GW)
• Extension of operating life of Krško...
Croatia: Zeljko Tomsic
• Hrvatska Elektroprivreda - co-owner of 696 MWe NPP Krško 
in Slovenia
• Croatia has not yet reach...
Follow up:
 
Bartosz.Kozinski@fco.gov.uk

27 January 2014, London
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UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Making It Happen
 

Market Briefing
UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Making It Happen
 

Market Briefing
UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Market Briefing
 

China - CGN
Development and
Achievement of CGN
China General Nuclear Power Corporation
(CGN)
January 27, 2014
1   About CGN 
A Clean Energy Supplier 
& Service Provider
1.1 Business Overview
 A large clean energy corporation
 Established in September 1994, originally named China Guangdong...
1.2 History
 GNPS
 Construction with loans, repayment by 
electricity sales, operation through joint venture

 LNPS Pha...
1.3 Organization

 CGN has 34 main subsidiaries and affiliates

China General Nuclear Power
Group

China General Nuclear ...
1.4 Strategies
Strategic position

Corporate mission

World’s leading clean 
energy supplier and 
service provider

Develo...
1.5 Nuclear Power Plants Details
NPP

Reactor Type

Units

Capacity

Total Capacity (MWe)

(MWe)
LNPS Phase I

M310

2 x 9...
2   Nuclear Power 
     Business 
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 More than 5,000 experienced engineers, with activities covering siting, 
feasibility s...
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Business Distribution in China
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Business Distribution in the World

With representative offices set up in a number of ...
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Engineering & Design
 Has formed a complete and effective nuclear power design and re...
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Equipment Procurement & Supply

 Capable of procurement for several
domestic and fore...
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Construction Management
 strong ability in construction organization and resources co...
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Startup & Commissioning
 A professional team suitable for
“multi-project and multitec...
2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities
 Project Management
 Established a complete and internationally-consistent project man...
2.2 NPP Construction Achievements
 Units in operation
GNPS

LNPS Phase I

LNPS Phase II

2 Units(M310)

2 Units(M310)

2 ...
2.2 NPP Construction Achievements
 Units under construction
Hongyanhe 3 Units
(CPR1000/CPR1000+)

Fangchenggang
2 Units
(...
.

2.2 NPP Construction Achievements
 Achievement of Ling’Ao Phase II
 Unit 1 and Unit 2 were put into commercial
operat...
2.2 NPP Construction Achievements
 Achievement of Hongyanhe NPP Phase I unit 1
 Unit 1 was put into commercial operation...
2.2 NPP Construction Achievements
 Achievement of Ningde NPP Phase I unit 1
 Unit 1 was put into commercial operation on...
2.3 Taishan NPP (based on EPR technology)
Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture, which is jointly owned by CGNPC, YUDEAN
and...
2.3 Taishan NPP (overall progress)
 Engineering and Procurement
 The overall and the primary design are finished. The de...
2.4 Operation Capabilities
Experience
sharing among
international
peers

Safe reactor
technology

Effective
emergency
resp...
2.4 Operation Capabilities
 Unified management principles, standards, requirements and methods
 An integrated operation ...
2.4 Operation Capabilities
 Operational Performance-Capacity Factor
100

GNPS

LNPS I

95.61

LNPS II

95

93.02

91.26
8...
2.4 Operation Capabilities
 Operational Performance-Rad-waste Control
 Since its operations, the gaseous and liquid rad-...
3 China Nuclear
Power
Equipment
Manufacturing
Industry
3.1 Overview
 Starting from full dependence on technology introduction, to self-reliance on
technology and manufacturing,...
3.1 Overview

Three Manufacturing
Bases
• Dongfang Electric
Corporation Limited;
• Shanghai Electric Group
Co.,Ltd.
• Harb...
3.2 NI/CI Equipment Technology & Supply
 Dongfang Electric Corporation Limited
 Keeping a leading position in
nuclear po...
3.2 NI/CI Equipment Technology & Supply
 Shanghai Electric Group Co., Ltd.
 Has the strongest domestic nuclear power equ...
3.2 NI/CI Equipment Technology&Supply
 Harbin Power Plant Equipment Corporation.

 The only domestic manufacturer supply...
3.3 R&D and Manufacturing of Large Forged Pieces
 China First Heavy Industries
The first enterprise to develop and produc...
3.3 R&D and Manufacturing of Large Forged Pieces
 China National Erzhong Group
The first enterprise to research and devel...
Thank You!
UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014

Market Briefing
China - CNNC
CNNC: The Main Force of Nuclear Power
Development in China
Jan. 27th , 2014
Civil Nuclear Power Showcase, London

China Na...
CNNC Profile
Nuclear Power
Nuclear Fuel Cycle
R&D Facilities
Education and Training
Suggested Cooperation Area
CNNC Profile
A State-owned Large Entity for Nuclear Industry

Founded in 1955

100,000 employees

110 subsidiaries
(R &D i...
CNNC Profile
A Complete Nuclear Industry System
CNNC Profile
A Complete Nuclear Power
Industrial Chain
Site Selection
and Evaluation

Decommissioning

Engineering
and Des...
CNNC Profile
A Whole Nuclear Fuel Cycle
CNNC Profile
CNNC 30 years experience in nuclear power
1980s

1990s

Self-reliance design of
the first NPP(300MWe)

Self-r...
CNNC Profile
In Operation: 9 units, 6496MWe

Qinshan Phase I

Qinshan Phase II

1x320 MWe PWR

4x650 MWe PWR
CNNC Profile

Qinshan Phase III

TianWan

2x728MWe HWR

2x1060MWe PWR
Nuclear Power
Under Construction: 5 projects with 12units
Fuqing 4x1080MWe PWR
Sanmen 2x1250MWe PWR
Fangjiashan 2x1080MWe ...
Nuclear Power

R&D, Engineering Design, Construction, Operation and
Management of Nuclear Power Plants of 100MWe,
300MWe, ...
Nuclear Power
Main Index
No.

Item

Unit
CP300

CP600

CP1000

1

Nominal Electric Power

MWe

325

650

1100

2

Design L...
Nuclear Power
No.

Item

Unit

1

Nominal Electric
Power

2

Main Index
ACP100

ACP600

ACP1000

MWe

120

650

1200

Desi...
Nuclear Power
CP300: Qinshan-I ; Chashma Units1,2Pakistan

CP600: Qinshan-II Units1,2,3,4; Changjiang Units1,2
ACP1000: Fu...
ACP1000
Single-unit Layout of ACP1000

Meet the requirements of Generation-III Nuclear
Power Plant Design
Adopt Active & P...
ACP1000

ACP1000 Advantages
SAFETY:

Active & Passive Safety Designs
Integrated Severe Accident Prevention & Mitigation ...
ACP1000

ACP1000 Advantages
ECONOMY:

Extended Refueling Cycle
Extended Design Lifetime
High Availability
Reduced Cons...
Nuclear Power Supply Chain
Manufacture of Nuclear Power Equipment

Reactor Press.
Turbine
Vessel(RPV)
Capability of supply...
Nuclear Power Supply Chain

Steam Generator
( SG )

Generator Rotor

Core Neutron Flux
Measurement Device
Nuclear Power Supply Chain
Civil Work

NI Basement Concrete
Pouring

Reactor Dome Placement
Nuclear Power Supply Chain
Installation

Main Coolant Piping
Welding

Installation of Reactor
Internals
Nuclear Power Supply Chain
Start-up and Commissioning

Main Control Room NPP
Nuclear Fuel Cycle
A Complete Nuclear Fuel Industry

Uranium resources:
exploration
mining
milling
purification
conversion...
Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Fuel Fabrication

Fuel Assembly
PHWR Fuel Rods

Fuel Elements
R&D Facilities
Strong R&D Capabilities
25 Research Institutes:
China Institute of Atomic Energy
(CIAE)
Nuclear Power Insti...
R&D Facilities

Leading of technology:
18 Academicians
29 senior advisors for central
government
110 Ph. D supervisors
33,...
R&D Facilities
A Platform with Advanced Scientific Research Capabilities

Miniature Neutron Source Reactor
(27~30KW, 1x101...
R&D Facilities

China Experimental Fast Reactor
(65MWth, 20MWe)

China Advanced Research Reactor

(60MWth)
R&D Facilities

Nuclear Fusion Research Facility
of the Chinese HL-2A Project
中国环流器二号 A 核聚变研究装置
R&D Facilities

Comprehensive Experimental
Facility for Nuclear Power Equipment

Medium and Large-scale
thermo-hydraulic t...
Education and Training
Strong Education and Training Capabilities
Graduate School
Graduate Education: 150 Teachers (134
Pr...
Education and Training
Education
CNNC Graduate School
Education and Training
Training

Simulator training
Suggested Cooperation Area
Nuclear Power
Investment
R&D, Engineering Design
GDA, SLC process
Supply chain, Construction, C...
Thank you!
UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014

Making It Happen
Market Briefing
UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014

Market Briefing
Vietnam
UNCLASSIFIED

VIETNAMESE NUCLEAR
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
ENG. PHAN MINH TUAN
DEPUTY DIRECTOR
NINH THUAN NUCLEAR POWER PROJEC...
I
Development policy

UNCLASSIFIED
POWER DEVELOPMENT PLAN
109

National Power Development Plan for the period 2011 – 2020, with vision to
2030 (PDP7)

Growth...
TENTATIVE PLANNING SITES FOR
CONSTRUCTION OF NPPS
110

The tentative planning sites for construction
of nuclear power plan...
DEVELOPMENT POLICY



Investment policy
•
•



First four units of Ninh Thuan are assigned to Electricity of Vietnam as ...
II
Nuclear Infrastructure

UNCLASSIFIED
KEY ISSUES


Regulatory and legislative framework



Human resources development



Nuclear safety and safeguard



Ra...
INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
STATUS

UNCLASSIFIED
LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY
FRAMEWORK (1)
115

Atomic Energy
Atomic Energy
Regulation & Guidance on implementing some Artic...
LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY
FRAMEWORK (2)







International legal instruments governing nuclear activities in
force....
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT







Personnel for R&D, safety and security in atomic energy field.
Personnel working in...
STAFFING SCHEDULE FOR NPP PROJECT
118

NPB
Pre-Operation under NPB
Operator Organization under EVN

1200
1000

Milestone 3...
STAFFING SCHEDULE FOR NPP PROJECT
119

COD
-5

COD
-3
(EPC)

COD
-2
Participate in the installation

and commissioning act...
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY
120

Long-term education and training:
• Local education & training (assigned universi...
IIi

NPP project implementing procedure

UNCLASSIFIED
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF KEY STAKEHOLDERS
122

UNCLASSIFIED
FS APPROVAL PROCEDURE
123

Draft
FS
Verify

Comments

Comments

UNCLASSIFIED
STATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (1)
124

National Appraisal Committee:

Verify of FS and report the verification result to the P....
STATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (1)
125

National Atomic Energy Council :
To be an adviser to the Prime Minister on orientation, ...
STATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (2)
126

Verify
SAR

Verify
EIA
report

Authorities in charge of verifying SAR (Vietnam Agency for...
TWO FIRST NPP PLANT PROJECTS (1)

EVN is assigned to be the owner of the six component projects under
the Ninh Thuan nucle...
TWO FIRST NPP PLANT PROJECTS (2)
128

Ninh Thuan 1:

- FS & SAD development consultant: consortium E4 Group, JSC KIEP and ...
TENTATIVE UPCOMING STEPS
129

UNCLASSIFIED
SUMMARY
130

As a new emerging country in nuclear field, Vietnam has faced many difficulties and challenges
with regard to...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
ATTENTION!

UNCLASSIFIED
UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Making It Happen
 

Market Briefing
UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014

Market Briefing
 

GE Hitachi
GE Hitachi and
Advanced Nuclear
Reactor Design
David Powell

Vice President Europe region
Nuclear Power Plant Sales

UKTI ...
Who we are…
The GE Hitachi Nuclear Alliance has been
bringing innovation to the market for 50 years

Wilmington, NC
USA

Tokyo, Japan
...
Two strong global parent companies
GE in Europe
• Operating here for over 100 years
• 90,000+ employees
• Annual revenues ...
A 50+ year history of success

Dodewaard - Netherlands
Dresden 1 – USA

KRB - Germany

Santa María de Garoña - Spain

Tsur...
GE Hitachi
Technology
GE Hitachi’s new reactor portfolio
ABWR

ESBWR

Operational Gen III

Evolutionary Gen III+

Revolutionary technology

tech...
The future of our industry
Safety

Innovation

Predictability
Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserv...
PRA of Core Damage Frequency

Simplicity leading to Safety
PWR
tion
omplica
C

BWR Simp
lification

U.S. PWRs
2 E-5 (avg.)...
Predictability
1st Kind-of-a
Generation III plant
built in less than 40
months construction
schedule:

Efficient, repeatab...
Efficient, repeatable execution model

Copyright 2012 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved

144
ABWR modularization – proven project execution
Roof Truss Steels

Upper Drywell Module

MSIV/CV

RWCU Reheat Exchanger

Co...
RCCV Upper Drywell Module (Mar. 2009)
2006/11
Construction
Start
▽

2007/09 2008/02
First
Mat
Concrete Completion
▽
▽

200...
Prospects for new
nuclear build
Global new build moving forward
Lithuania
Finland
United Sweden
Kingdom
USA

Turkey
Russia

China
Japan
Taiwan

Poland

Me...
Recent experience and project status
Kashiwazaki-Kariwa 6/7
ABWR

In Operation
Under Construction

4 Units
4 Units

Ohma A...
Lungmen ABWR construction update
Overview

TPC Project Timeline
Total Project progress
Construction by TPC

93.7%
97.2%

U...
Horizon ABWRs in UK moving forward
Horizon Nuclear Power, Ltd.
100% owned by Hitachi, Ltd. (Nov. 2012)
• New Wylfa site

−...
New build in the U.S.
“Betting on just one fuel to power our
energy isn’t smart”

– Nick Akins, President, American Electr...
North Anna 3 GE Hitachi ESBWR
• Dominion selected ESBWR for North Anna 3
 Technology attributes … SBO coping
 Design Cer...
Disposition of the UK’s Pu requires
innovation
• UK has 112 tons of plutonium (and growing)
… result of used nuclear fuel ...
PRISM declared “credible re-use
option”
• On 20th January 2014, the Nuclear
Decommissioning Authority announced
that PRISM...
Closing the fuel cycle – PRISM
• Sustainable new build requires solving the
used fuel dilemma
− PRISM enables used fuel re...
Opportunities for new build supply

Nuclear
•Reactor

Pressure Vessel
•Reactor
Internals

Mechanical

•Steam Turbine
•Cond...
Conclusions
Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC
Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC
Al...
Leading nuclear innovation for

60 years and beyond …
Vallecitos - 1957

Dresden-1
BWR/1

Oyster
Creek BWR/2

Humboldt Bay...
…. And Opportunities World wide
• Three generations of GE Hitachi advanced technology
currently being implemented globally...
Thank you
Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC
Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC
All ...
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  1. 1. UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014 Making It Happen   Market Briefing
  2. 2. UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014 Market Briefing – Central Europe  
  3. 3. Emerging Europe   Civil Nuclear Opportunities Jonathan Allen 27 January 2014, London 3  Presentation title - edit in the Master slide
  4. 4. What is Emerging Europe? • Nine countries - stretching from Slovenia to Romania,  from Poland to Croatia • All EU regulated, part of the EU’s Single Market • 110 million consumers • A combined GDP of over £ 1 trillion • Potential to double exports by 2020 • Lower risk profile than other distant emerging markets • Easy and low cost access – just 2-3 hours from the UK • Proven market for UK businesses 5 
  5. 5. Sustainable Medium-term Growth... ...on a par with other emerging economies Average Annual GDP Growth Forecast (%) 2010-20 2030-40 CEE Average 4.7 4.2 3.8 Dev. World 1.8 1.8 1.9 Asia 5.8 5.1 4.7 Latin America 6  2020-30 4.9 4.5 4.1 Source: HSBC The World in 2050 
  6. 6. Main Challenges • Outdated perceptions of the region  among UK businesses • Bureaucracy • Transparency • Strong and increasing global  competition across the region 7 
  7. 7. Civil nuclear opportunities across “Emerging Europe” Country New Build Life Extension Decommission Waste disposal Bulgaria Kozloduy Unit 7 & Belene (x2)? Kozloduy (5 & 6) Kozloduy (1-4) Radiana / NDF Temelin (x2) Dukovany - - Paks (x 2) Paks 1 - LILW Repository Poland New NNB (x2) - - - Romania Chernovoda (Units 3 & 4) Chernovoda (1 & 2) - Chernovoda WDF Slovakia Mochovce (3 & 4) & Bohunice? Bohunice V1 Jaslovské Bohunice - Slovenia Krsko (Unit 2) Krsko NNP - LILW Czech Rep. Hungary 8  UNCLASSIFIED
  8. 8. New Build –7 countries, over £66 bn • Poland: 2 x new 3GW (each) power plants in 2024 &  2030 (£1 bn AUKV) • Bulgaria: New Westinghouse AP1000 reactor at  Kozloduy NPP – early 2020s (£800m) • Czech Republic: New reactor at Temelin NPP in  2024 (£500m) • Romania: 2 x CANDU 6 reactors at Cernavodă in  2022  (£400m) 9 9 
  9. 9. Life Extension in 4 countries, over £2.1 bn • Bulgaria: 20 year life extension, 2 VVER units, from 2014, £40m AUKV • Romania: Replacing fuel channels in CANDU reactors, Cernavoda,£120m  AUKV from 2018 • Slovenia: Life extension of Westinghouse PWR operating life in Krško,  £15m AUKV 10 10 
  10. 10. Decommissioning & Waste Management £3.5 bn across 5 markets   •Bulgaria: On-going decommissioning (4 units) and waste programme with  UK firm (Nuvia Ltd) co-managing, £40m AUKV •Romania: New waste repository project, starting 2015, £40m AUKV •Slovakia: Ongoing tendering for decommissioning 2 units, £100m AUKV 11 11 
  11. 11. UK Nuclear supply chain…. It’s not just about world-class Civil Engineering.... 12 
  12. 12. 13 
  13. 13. Our not-so-secret weapon! 14 
  14. 14. Czech Republic: Bretislav Nitka • New Build (£17 bn  AUKV) • 2 companies (Westinghouse AP1000 and Rosatom VVER)  under evaluation • The winner should be announced in Q1 2015 15 
  15. 15. Romania: Daniella Lulache • Building of 2 CANDU 6 reactors at Cernavoda • Legal and consulting services - construction of 3 rd & 4th  reactors, Cernavoda • LIL waste repository       16 
  16. 16. Poland: Marzena Piszczek • 2 x new 3 GW nuclear power plants in 2024 and 2030  (cca.  £12 bln total cost)  • Owner’s Engineer tender (3 UK companies involved) – winner  to be announced in Q1 2014 • Integrated Reactor tender to be issued in Q4 2014   17 
  17. 17. Slovakia: Peter Liska • New NPP - Jaslovské Bohunice • Decommissioning the two units of V1 - Jaslovské Bohunice  NPP • V1’s two reactors to be decommissioned in 2025 18 
  18. 18. Bulgaria: Sashka Evtimova • 20 year life extension - Kozloduy Unit 5 & 6 • New Build - AP1000 reactor at Kozloduy • Decommissioning - VVER reactors at Kozloduy site 19 
  19. 19. Hungary: Csilla Toth • 2 new VVER nuclear power plants (Paks NNP) • Ongoing project for 20 year life extension of 4 existing  blocks (VVER-440) • Final disposal facility for low- and intermediate-level wastes         20 
  20. 20. Slovenia: Ales Bursic • Considering building 2nd nuclear reactor at Krško (~1.2 GW) • Extension of operating life of Krško • Decommissioning & Waste Management opportunities . 21 
  21. 21. Croatia: Zeljko Tomsic • Hrvatska Elektroprivreda - co-owner of 696 MWe NPP Krško  in Slovenia • Croatia has not yet reached the decision on the construction  of NNB • Preliminary activities – not carried out yet 22 
  22. 22. Follow up:   Bartosz.Kozinski@fco.gov.uk 27 January 2014, London 23  Presentation title - edit in the Master slide
  23. 23. UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014 Making It Happen   Market Briefing
  24. 24. UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014 Making It Happen   Market Briefing
  25. 25. UKTI Nuclear Conference  27th - 29th January 2014 Market Briefing   China - CGN
  26. 26. Development and Achievement of CGN China General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN) January 27, 2014
  27. 27. 1   About CGN  A Clean Energy Supplier  & Service Provider
  28. 28. 1.1 Business Overview  A large clean energy corporation  Established in September 1994, originally named China Guangdong Nuclear  Power Holding Corporation and in April 2013 renamed China General Nuclear  Power Corporation   CGN is currently the world’s largest developer and constructor of NPPs:  CGN is operating 56% of China’s nuclear operating capacity totaling  8.33GW  CGN is building 16 reactors, totaling 18.8GW and a share of 55% of  China’s Nuclear Program  CGN’s renewable power capacity to date:  Wind:  4.7GW  Hydro: 4.0GW  Solar: 600MW
  29. 29. 1.2 History  GNPS  Construction with loans, repayment by  electricity sales, operation through joint venture  LNPS Phase II, Hongyanhe NPP Phase I, Ningde NPP Phase I,  Yangjiang NPP, Fangchenggang NPP Phase I, CPR1000  Taishan NPP Phase I (with EPR)  Fangchenggang NPP Phase II  Developing renewable energies First large  commercial nuclear  power station in  mainland China Initial period 1979-1994 Development period 1995-2004  LNPS Phase I  Self-reliant development  Realizing “self-reliance”  capabilities Fast growing period 2005-2011 Post-Fukushima period 2012 —  Developing proprietary G3  technology — HL1000-1
  30. 30. 1.3 Organization  CGN has 34 main subsidiaries and affiliates China General Nuclear Power Group China General Nuclear Power  Corporation Nuclear Power Nuclear  Fuel Non-nuclear  Clean Energy Financial  &Comprehensive  Services 2 business  units 5 branch  companies 7 business  dept. 10 functional  dept. Guangdong Nuclear Power Investment Co., Ltd. Guangdong Nuclear Power Joint Venture Co., Ltd. Ling’ao Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.   Lingdong Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. Yangjiang Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. Liaoning Hongyanhe Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.   Fujian Ningde Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.   Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture Co., Ltd. Guangxi Fangchenggang Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.  Xianning Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.   Lufeng Nuclear Power Co., Ltd Hubei Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. Anhui Wuhu Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. Lingwan Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. Shaoguan Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. Xishui Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. China General Nuclear Power Operations Co., Ltd. Daya Bay Nuclear Power Operations and Management  Co., Ltd.    China Nuclear Power Engineering Co., Ltd.   China Nuclear Power Design Co., Ltd. (Shenzhen) China Nuclear Power Technology Research Institute Co.,  Ltd. China Techenergy Co., Ltd. Suzhou Nuclear Power Research Institute Co., Ltd. Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Environmental Protection  Co., Ltd. CGN Nuclear Fuel Co., Ltd. CGN Energy Service Co., Ltd. Meiya Power Co., Ltd. CGN Solar Energy Development Co., Ltd. CGN Wind Energy Limited CGN Energy Development Co., Ltd. CGN (Beijing) Application Technology Co.,  Ltd. Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Service  (Group) Co., Ltd. CGN Industrial Investment Fund Management  Co., Ltd. CGN Finance Co., Ltd.
  31. 31. 1.4 Strategies Strategic position Corporate mission World’s leading clean  energy supplier and  service provider Develop clean energy  to benefit the society A B CGN Corporate vision world’s first-class  clean energy group C D Next development Better performance in nuclear power  industry More efforts in renewable energies Domestic development + overseas  expansion Self-reliant growth + cooperation By 2020, CGN’s total installed capacity will be over 90GW, with annual on-grid  electricity up to 420 billion kWh.
  32. 32. 1.5 Nuclear Power Plants Details NPP Reactor Type Units Capacity Total Capacity (MWe) (MWe) LNPS Phase I M310 2 x 990 LNPS Phase II CPR1000 Hongyanhe NPP Phase I CPR1000/CPR1000+ 1 x 1119 CPR1000/CPR1000+ 1 x 1089 CPR1000/CPR1000+ 3 x 1119 Ningde NPP Phase I CPR1000/CPR1000+ 3 x 1089 Yangjiang NPP CPR1000/CPR1000+ Taishan NPP Phase I EPR 2 x 1750 Fangchenggang NPP Phase I Under Construction 2 x 984 Hongyanhe NPP Phase I Development M310 Ningde NPP Phase I In service GNPS CPR1000/CPR1000+ 2 x 1080 Lufeng NPP Phase I AP1000 2 x 1250 Fangchenggang NPP Phase II ACC1000 ACPR1000 8 16 4 2 x 1087 4 x 1086 2 x 1086 2 x 1150 8330 18800 4800 By 2015, CGN will have 22 operating nuclear reactors with installed capacity of 25 GW
  33. 33. 2   Nuclear Power       Business 
  34. 34. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  More than 5,000 experienced engineers, with activities covering siting,  feasibility studies, consultation, design, engineering, procurement, construction,  startup & commissioning and etc. Project management Engineering Customized services as a project general contractor Equipment  procurement  staff in each field Construction  management Note : E (engineering)     P (equipment procurement)     C (construction)      S (startup & commissioning) Startup
  35. 35. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Business Distribution in China
  36. 36. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Business Distribution in the World With representative offices set up in a number of countries, a preliminary internal organization and operation mode for international projects have come into being; with assessment made on target market, regional organizations for market exploration have taken shape. With the French subsidiary company as a platform, CGN is building a large platform to expand its business in Europe in the fields of nuclear power, wind power and solar energy etc. With WECAN as a media, a preliminary platform has been formed for cooperation with overseas peers in international businesses.
  37. 37. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Engineering & Design  Has formed a complete and effective nuclear power design and research system;  The ability for self-design and in-service modification of CPR1000 unit;  Independently developed generation III technology ACPR1000;  Working on ACPR1000+ and ACC1000 technology.
  38. 38. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Equipment Procurement & Supply  Capable of procurement for several domestic and foreign NPP at the same time;  Has formed an appropriate supply system;  A team of professionals experienced in engineering practice;  An equipment supervision organization system has taken shape;
  39. 39. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Construction Management  strong ability in construction organization and resources control  A standardized project implementation system and a resources guarantee system;  Mastered key NPP construction technologies for EM2 installation, automatic welding of main pipelines, DCS installation, half-speed turbine generator installation, self-compacting concrete, etc.
  40. 40. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Startup & Commissioning  A professional team suitable for “multi-project and multitechnology” commissioning activities;  Capability for independently contracting commissioning;  A sound management system and technical system;
  41. 41. 2.1 NPP Construction Capabilities  Project Management  Established a complete and internationally-consistent project management system;  A specialized team with rich experiences in engineering management;  Formed mature “Matrix-style & Project-style” management & operation system.
  42. 42. 2.2 NPP Construction Achievements  Units in operation GNPS LNPS Phase I LNPS Phase II 2 Units(M310) 2 Units(M310) 2 Units(CPR1000) Hongyanhe NPP Phase I Unit 1 (CPR1000+) Ningde NPP Phase I Unit 1 (CPR1000+)
  43. 43. 2.2 NPP Construction Achievements  Units under construction Hongyanhe 3 Units (CPR1000/CPR1000+) Fangchenggang 2 Units (CPR1000/CPR 1000+) Ningde 3 Units (CPR1000/CPR1000+) Taishan NPP 2 units (EPR) Yangjiang 6 units (CPR1000/CPR1000+/ ACPR1000)
  44. 44. . 2.2 NPP Construction Achievements  Achievement of Ling’Ao Phase II  Unit 1 and Unit 2 were put into commercial operation in September 2010 and August 2011 respectively.  As China’s supporting project for self-reliance, LNPS II applies CPR1000 technology with independent brand, whose site selection, design, procurement, construction, equipment installation, commissioning and as-built handover were all undertaken by CNPEC.  Several major technical improvements were adopted, such as digital I&C technology, advanced core fuel management, half-speed turbine generator, passive hydrogen recombiner, etc.  Its comprehensive technical, safety and economic indicator have reached advanced level among the same type of NPPs internationally.
  45. 45. 2.2 NPP Construction Achievements  Achievement of Hongyanhe NPP Phase I unit 1  Unit 1 was put into commercial operation on June 6,2013, adopting CPR1000 technology;  CGN contracted the whole project and took charge of the project’s construction, design, equipment procurement etc.  96 improved technologies were applied, including 18-month refueling interval.
  46. 46. 2.2 NPP Construction Achievements  Achievement of Ningde NPP Phase I unit 1  Unit 1 was put into commercial operation on April 15, 2013, as the first unit of CGN to come into operation outside Guangdong province.  Created many firsts in China, such as first 18-month refueling, first localized full-scope simulator and first automatic welding of main pipe, etc;  Providing precious experiences for the subsequent unit construction.
  47. 47. 2.3 Taishan NPP (based on EPR technology) Taishan Nuclear Power Joint Venture, which is jointly owned by CGNPC, YUDEAN and EDF, is mainly in charge of the financing, construction, operation and management of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant Phase I and is liable for the final nuclear safety of the project. YUDEAN CGNPC TNPJVC EDF
  48. 48. 2.3 Taishan NPP (overall progress)  Engineering and Procurement  The overall and the primary design are finished. The detailed design and commissioning documentation are underway  Main equipment manufacturing is to be finished  Auxiliary equipment and bulk material supply are at their peak  Construction and installation  Most of Unit 1 Civil Work is finished  Main equipment installation finished  Unit 2 Civil Work is at its peak with part of installation started Commissioning and Hand-over  Nuclear circuit clearing under way for unit 1  Target: Initial fuel loading: End of 2014
  49. 49. 2.4 Operation Capabilities Experience sharing among international peers Safe reactor technology Effective emergency response Reliable equipments CGN staff Nuclear safety culture Safety supervision Highly-qualified staffs Safety management Nuclear safety is of prime importance to CGN
  50. 50. 2.4 Operation Capabilities  Unified management principles, standards, requirements and methods  An integrated operation platform for regional operation, outage contracting, spare parts supply, technical support etc.  Shortest outage duration: 18.38 days for yearly refueling outage, and 56 days for 10 yearly outage  Capacity factor: average capacity factor of the six units at GNPS, LNPS Phase I and Phase II was 89.64% in 2012  Unit 1 of GNPS continues safe operation days (without reactor scram) exceeded 4040 days
  51. 51. 2.4 Operation Capabilities  Operational Performance-Capacity Factor 100 GNPS LNPS I 95.61 LNPS II 95 93.02 91.26 89.46 90 86.84 86.3587.04 85 89.86 90.1 87.46 85.88 85.56 82.62 84.49 87.16 90 88.68 93.27 92.42 92.42 92.72 91.96 90.74 90.94 85.45 84.53 80.84 80 76.53 75 72.57 70 65.23 65 60 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  52. 52. 2.4 Operation Capabilities  Operational Performance-Rad-waste Control  Since its operations, the gaseous and liquid rad-waste of GNPS and LNPS Phase I has been far below national limits and the generation of solid rad-waste below design criteria.  In 2012, the average unit gaseous and liquid rad-wastes of GNPS and LNPS Phase I,II took up only 0.074% and 0.023% of the annual national limits respectively, and the solid rad-wastes took up 9.85% of the design value. G aseous Sol i d Li qui d 500.00 750.00 600.00 300.00 450.00 200.00 300.00 100.00 150.00 0.00 year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 0.00 Sol i d(m ) ³ 400.00 1994 G aseous(TBq)、Li qui d(G Bq) 900.00
  53. 53. 3 China Nuclear Power Equipment Manufacturing Industry
  54. 54. 3.1 Overview  Starting from full dependence on technology introduction, to self-reliance on technology and manufacturing, China nuclear power equipment manufacturing went through a hard but effective innovative path. Daya Bay NPP: Equipment localization rate was only 1% Initial stage( 1980s) •Joint R&D; •Cultivating capabilities; •Preliminarily capable for manufacturing a full set of NI main equipment. Development Stage •Promote selfreliance of nuclear power equipment; •Close cooperation among government, users, manufacturers, and research institutions Post-Fukushima stage
  55. 55. 3.1 Overview Three Manufacturing Bases • Dongfang Electric Corporation Limited; • Shanghai Electric Group Co.,Ltd. • Harbin Power Plant Equipment Corporation Large Forged Pieces and RPV Manufacturing Groups • China First Heavy Industries; • China National Erzhong Group; • Shanghai Heavy Machinery Co.,Ltd Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing Factories • Nuclear level pumps/valves/cable; • Reactor Internals; • Control rod driving mechanism; • Main pipelines, • Polar crane. China Nuclear Power Equipment Industry
  56. 56. 3.2 NI/CI Equipment Technology & Supply  Dongfang Electric Corporation Limited  Keeping a leading position in nuclear power equipment manufacturing field;  The only manufacturer for both NI main equipment and CI turbine generators covering AP1000, EPR and advanced generation II technology.
  57. 57. 3.2 NI/CI Equipment Technology & Supply  Shanghai Electric Group Co., Ltd.  Has the strongest domestic nuclear power equipment manufacturing and supply capability;  Supplying NI main equipment for all China nuclear power projects under construction;  Production capacity: 4-6 ones (sets) per year for NI main equipment ; and 8-10 ones (sets) per for reactor internals and CRDM.  Owning the largest and the most complete NI main equipment manufacturing base with the most concentrated business.
  58. 58. 3.2 NI/CI Equipment Technology&Supply  Harbin Power Plant Equipment Corporation.  The only domestic manufacturer supplying 4 CI and main pump motors for AP1000 projects, Zhejiang Sanmen and Shangdong Haiyang NPP;  Starts early in generation III technology with an obvious advantage;  Production capacity: 2 sets NI main equipment and 4 CI equipment per year;
  59. 59. 3.3 R&D and Manufacturing of Large Forged Pieces  China First Heavy Industries The first enterprise to develop and produce nuclear power equipment in China. Item RPV forged piece (full set) Applied NPP Hongyanhe NPP unit 1 SG Tubesheet and forged piece (full set) Hongyan NPP unit 2 Yangjiang NPP unit 2 Pressurizer --- Main pipelines -- Production Capability Be capable of supplying equipment for System80+, PWR, high temperature gas cooled reactor, generation IV fast reactor, etc.
  60. 60. 3.3 R&D and Manufacturing of Large Forged Pieces  China National Erzhong Group The first enterprise to research and develop AP1000 main pipelines forged pieces successfully in the world Item SG tubesheet SG forged piece ( full set medium High and ) voltage cylinder forged piece Turbine Rotator Forged piece RPV forged piece Main pump casing Main pipelines forged piece Pressurizer forged piece Applied NPP Hongyanhe NPP unit 2 Yangjiang NPP unit 2 Ling’Ao Phase II unit 1 Ningde NPP unit 3 -----
  61. 61. Thank You!
  62. 62. UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014 Market Briefing China - CNNC
  63. 63. CNNC: The Main Force of Nuclear Power Development in China Jan. 27th , 2014 Civil Nuclear Power Showcase, London China National Nuclear Corporation
  64. 64. CNNC Profile Nuclear Power Nuclear Fuel Cycle R&D Facilities Education and Training Suggested Cooperation Area
  65. 65. CNNC Profile A State-owned Large Entity for Nuclear Industry Founded in 1955 100,000 employees 110 subsidiaries (R &D institutes, plants…) Headquarters office building
  66. 66. CNNC Profile A Complete Nuclear Industry System
  67. 67. CNNC Profile A Complete Nuclear Power Industrial Chain Site Selection and Evaluation Decommissioning Engineering and Design Operation and Maintenance Nuclear Fuel Supply Equipment Manufacture Construct ion Start-up and Commissioning
  68. 68. CNNC Profile A Whole Nuclear Fuel Cycle
  69. 69. CNNC Profile CNNC 30 years experience in nuclear power 1980s 1990s Self-reliance design of the first NPP(300MWe) Self-reliance design of CP600(650MWe) Introduction NPP from France (900MWe) Construction of NPP (1000MWe) 2000s Self-reliance design of CP1000(1200MWe) ACP1000 Self-reliance Program Supporting Project
  70. 70. CNNC Profile In Operation: 9 units, 6496MWe Qinshan Phase I Qinshan Phase II 1x320 MWe PWR 4x650 MWe PWR
  71. 71. CNNC Profile Qinshan Phase III TianWan 2x728MWe HWR 2x1060MWe PWR
  72. 72. Nuclear Power Under Construction: 5 projects with 12units Fuqing 4x1080MWe PWR Sanmen 2x1250MWe PWR Fangjiashan 2x1080MWe PWR Changjiang 2x650MWe PWR Tianwan 2x1126MWe PWR
  73. 73. Nuclear Power R&D, Engineering Design, Construction, Operation and Management of Nuclear Power Plants of 100MWe, 300MWe, 600MWe and 1000MWe. CP300 CP600 CP1000 ACP100 ACP600 Indigenous PWR NPP Series ACP1000
  74. 74. Nuclear Power Main Index No. Item Unit CP300 CP600 CP1000 1 Nominal Electric Power MWe 325 650 1100 2 Design Life Year 40 40 60 3 Refueling Cycle Month 12 12 18 4 Plant Availability % ≥ 82 ≥ 82 ≥90 5 Core Damage Frequency 1/reactor·year ≤10-5 ≤10-5 ≤10-5 6 Large Release Frequency 1/reactor·year ≤10-6 ≤10-6 ≤10-6
  75. 75. Nuclear Power No. Item Unit 1 Nominal Electric Power 2 Main Index ACP100 ACP600 ACP1000 MWe 120 650 1200 Design Life Year 60 60 60 3 Refueling Cycle Month 18 18 18 4 Plant Availability % ≥95 ≥ 90 ≥ 90 5 Core Damage Frequency 1/reactor·year ≤10-6 ≤10-6 ≤10-6 6 Large Release Frequency 1/reactor·year ≤10-7 ≤10-7 ≤10-7
  76. 76. Nuclear Power CP300: Qinshan-I ; Chashma Units1,2Pakistan CP600: Qinshan-II Units1,2,3,4; Changjiang Units1,2 ACP1000: Fuqing Units 5,6, to be constructed at the end of 2014 (Most likely ACC1000, a further development of ACP1000) CP300 CP600 ACP1000
  77. 77. ACP1000 Single-unit Layout of ACP1000 Meet the requirements of Generation-III Nuclear Power Plant Design Adopt Active & Passive Design Feedback of Fukushima Nuclear AccidentEnhancement in Design of ACP1000
  78. 78. ACP1000 ACP1000 Advantages SAFETY: Active & Passive Safety Designs Integrated Severe Accident Prevention & Mitigation Measures Enhanced Protection against External Hazards Improved Emergency Response Measures Proven Design and Equipment Technology RELIABILITY : Based on Mature Technology and 30 years of Engineering Experience NSSS Proved by Long-term Operation Proven Manufacture and Construction Technology
  79. 79. ACP1000 ACP1000 Advantages ECONOMY: Extended Refueling Cycle Extended Design Lifetime High Availability Reduced Construction ACP1000 ACP1000 ACPR1000+ ACPR1000+ ACC1000
  80. 80. Nuclear Power Supply Chain Manufacture of Nuclear Power Equipment Reactor Press. Turbine Vessel(RPV) Capability of supplying of full scope of nuclear power equipment
  81. 81. Nuclear Power Supply Chain Steam Generator ( SG ) Generator Rotor Core Neutron Flux Measurement Device
  82. 82. Nuclear Power Supply Chain Civil Work NI Basement Concrete Pouring Reactor Dome Placement
  83. 83. Nuclear Power Supply Chain Installation Main Coolant Piping Welding Installation of Reactor Internals
  84. 84. Nuclear Power Supply Chain Start-up and Commissioning Main Control Room NPP
  85. 85. Nuclear Fuel Cycle A Complete Nuclear Fuel Industry Uranium resources: exploration mining milling purification conversion enrichment Uranium supply meet the demands of NPPs development.
  86. 86. Nuclear Fuel Cycle Fuel Fabrication Fuel Assembly PHWR Fuel Rods Fuel Elements
  87. 87. R&D Facilities Strong R&D Capabilities 25 Research Institutes: China Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE) Nuclear Power Institute of China (NPIC) China Institute for Radiation Protection (CIRP) Research Institute of Nuclear Power Operation (RINPO) China Nuclear Power Engineering Co. (CNPE) Beijing Research Institute of Uranium Geology (BRIUG) ……
  88. 88. R&D Facilities Leading of technology: 18 Academicians 29 senior advisors for central government 110 Ph. D supervisors 33,000 scientific & technical professionals Academicians from CNNC
  89. 89. R&D Facilities A Platform with Advanced Scientific Research Capabilities Miniature Neutron Source Reactor (27~30KW, 1x1012 n/cm2·sec) High Flux Engineering Test Reactor (125MW, 6.2×1014n/cm2·sec )
  90. 90. R&D Facilities China Experimental Fast Reactor (65MWth, 20MWe) China Advanced Research Reactor (60MWth)
  91. 91. R&D Facilities Nuclear Fusion Research Facility of the Chinese HL-2A Project 中国环流器二号 A 核聚变研究装置
  92. 92. R&D Facilities Comprehensive Experimental Facility for Nuclear Power Equipment Medium and Large-scale thermo-hydraulic test facility
  93. 93. Education and Training Strong Education and Training Capabilities Graduate School Graduate Education: 150 Teachers (134 Professors , 9 Associate Professors, 7 Lecturers ) Nuclear Training: 99 Teachers (59 Professors, 16 Associate Professors , 24 Lecturers) Cooperation with universities: Tsinghua University, Xi’an Jiaotong University, etc.
  94. 94. Education and Training Education CNNC Graduate School
  95. 95. Education and Training Training Simulator training
  96. 96. Suggested Cooperation Area Nuclear Power Investment R&D, Engineering Design GDA, SLC process Supply chain, Construction, Commissioning, Operating support Life extension, Decommissioning Rad-waste Treatment HLW disposal Nuclear Fuel Cycle Conversion, Enrichment Fuel fabrication and supply Reprocessing technology and practice. Local Community Development
  97. 97. Thank you!
  98. 98. UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014 Making It Happen Market Briefing
  99. 99. UKTI Nuclear Conference 27th - 29th January 2014 Market Briefing Vietnam
  100. 100. UNCLASSIFIED VIETNAMESE NUCLEAR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ENG. PHAN MINH TUAN DEPUTY DIRECTOR NINH THUAN NUCLEAR POWER PROJECT MANAGEMENT BOARD VIETNAM ELECTRICITY London, January 2014
  101. 101. I Development policy UNCLASSIFIED
  102. 102. POWER DEVELOPMENT PLAN 109 National Power Development Plan for the period 2011 – 2020, with vision to 2030 (PDP7) Growth of power demand: 12 ÷ 15%/ year UNCLASSIFIED
  103. 103. TENTATIVE PLANNING SITES FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NPPS 110 The tentative planning sites for construction of nuclear power plants was approved by the Prime Minister, including 07 candidate sites, each site is potential to construct from 4-6 units. The tentative capacity for each plant: Plant Capacity (MW) Ninh Thuan 1 phase 1, unit 1+2 1000 × 2 Ninh Thuan 2 phase 1, unit 1+2 1000 × 2 Ninh Thuan 1 phase 2, unit 3+4 1000 × 2 Ninh Thuan 2 phase 2, unit 3+4 1000 × 2 5 tentative sites (4 ÷ 6 units for each) 1000 or 1300 ÷ 1500 (after 2025) UNCLASSIFIED
  104. 104. DEVELOPMENT POLICY  Investment policy • •  First four units of Ninh Thuan are assigned to Electricity of Vietnam as Project Owner. The next units will be considered to assign to other State Owned Corporations or Joint Ventures. Technology policy • Selection of modern, safety and proven technology as well as possibility of technology transfer  Localization policy  Fuel policy: up to 2030, the fuel is imported  Radioactive waste management: • Low radioactive waste and spent fuel are storage at NPP, Conducting sitting for long-term low and medium radioactive waste disposal.  Intensive international cooperation in investment and technology transfer. UNCLASSIFIED
  105. 105. II Nuclear Infrastructure UNCLASSIFIED
  106. 106. KEY ISSUES  Regulatory and legislative framework  Human resources development  Nuclear safety and safeguard  Radiation protection and physical protection.  Emergency planning  Nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management UNCLASSIFIED
  107. 107. INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT STATUS UNCLASSIFIED
  108. 108. LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK (1) 115 Atomic Energy Atomic Energy Regulation & Guidance on implementing some Articles of Regulation & Guidance on implementing some Articles of the Law; the Law; Detailed Regulation & Guidance on Implementing Some Detailed Regulation & Guidance on Implementing Some Articles of the Law relating to NPP Articles of the Law relating to NPP Developing Orientation; Regulation on nuclear control; Training & Developing Orientation; Regulation on nuclear control; Training & Development of HR; Environmental Monitoring & Radioactive Development of HR; Environmental Monitoring & Radioactive Warning; Storage, Disposal Sites of Radioactive Waste; Warning; Storage, Disposal Sites of Radioactive Waste; Measures to Guaranty Safety & Security; Capability Building for Measures to Guaranty Safety & Security; Capability Building for R&D & Technical support; etc. R&D & Technical support; etc. Radiation activities, Regulation on Radiation safety, Inspection, Radiation activities, Regulation on Radiation safety, Inspection, Control of Nuclear Materials, Nuclear safety for Sites of NPP, Control of Nuclear Materials, Nuclear safety for Sites of NPP, Forms of Investment monitoring & Evaluation Reports, etc. Forms of Investment monitoring & Evaluation Reports, etc. Thousands of codes & standards equivalent to IEC, ISO, Thousands of codes & standards equivalent to IEC, ISO, CODEX, etc. CODEX, etc. UNCLASSIFIED
  109. 109. LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK (2)     International legal instruments governing nuclear activities in force. Need to enact a comprehensive nuclear law. Need to develop and promulgate other legislation affected by nuclear power programme Adaptation of the vendors’ regulatory system is required great time and effort UNCLASSIFIED
  110. 110. HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT     Personnel for R&D, safety and security in atomic energy field. Personnel working in regulatory bodies to implement regulations, codes and standards for plant licensing, site approval, operator licensing, radiation protection, safeguards, waste management, decommissioning, etc. Expertise working in educational institutions. Personnel for nuclear power plant management of construction phase and operation phase.  Business and technical expertise for procurement and management  Expertise to conduct training programs for O&M UNCLASSIFIED
  111. 111. STAFFING SCHEDULE FOR NPP PROJECT 118 NPB Pre-Operation under NPB Operator Organization under EVN 1200 1000 Milestone 3 Milestone 2 Milestone 1 800 <---Phase 1--> 600 <------------- Phase 2------------> Bid Preparations 400 n s p f o r e b m u N 200 <------------- Phase 3 ------------> Design, Construct, Comm'n 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Year UNCLASSIFIED 11 12 13 14 15 16
  112. 112. STAFFING SCHEDULE FOR NPP PROJECT 119 COD -5 COD -3 (EPC) COD -2 Participate in the installation and commissioning activities COD Establishment of the operational takeover procedure OJT Establishment of training center Operator training O&M staff training Radiation staff training Others UNCLASSIFIED COD + 2 Takeover of the operation
  113. 113. HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY 120 Long-term education and training: • Local education & training (assigned universities & training centers, training programs of MoET and MoIT ); • Dispatching personnel abroad for Ph.D, Master/Engineer (Russia, Japan, Sweden, Czech Republic, France, Korea, etc.) Short-term training: • Dispatching personnel abroad for short training courses. • Workshops, conferences and training courses with the assistance of IAEA Vietnam needs a strong support from nuclear developed countries in developing human resources related to project management, nuclear safety and security, waste management, fuel management, etc. via workshops, conferences and long-term training programs to meet the human resource demand timely. UNCLASSIFIED
  114. 114. IIi NPP project implementing procedure UNCLASSIFIED
  115. 115. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES OF KEY STAKEHOLDERS 122 UNCLASSIFIED
  116. 116. FS APPROVAL PROCEDURE 123 Draft FS Verify Comments Comments UNCLASSIFIED
  117. 117. STATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (1) 124 National Appraisal Committee: Verify of FS and report the verification result to the P.M The Committee could employ local or foreign consultants to assist the Committee in verifying or reviewing the FS report. UNCLASSIFIED
  118. 118. STATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (1) 125 National Atomic Energy Council : To be an adviser to the Prime Minister on orientation, strategy and application of atomic energy development. Co-ordinate the operation of Ministries, ministerial organizations, etc. Cooperation with international organizations, experienced countries in nuclear field National Nuclear Safety Council: To be an adviser to the Prime Minister on the policy and nuclear safety measures in using atomic energy, in the operation of NPP and emergency response. Review the reports on the verification results of trial operation and SAR of NPP, etc. Taking investigation, discussion and holding the consultation with Vietnamese and foreign experts and specialists in issues related to nuclear field. UNCLASSIFIED
  119. 119. STATE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (2) 126 Verify SAR Verify EIA report Authorities in charge of verifying SAR (Vietnam Agency for Radiation and Nuclear Safety VARANS) and EIA (Agency for Environmental Impact Assessment and Appraisal – EIA) could employ or invite Vietnamese or foreign organizations which have the capability for verifying the reports partly or wholly. UNCLASSIFIED
  120. 120. TWO FIRST NPP PLANT PROJECTS (1) EVN is assigned to be the owner of the six component projects under the Ninh Thuan nuclear power project: 1. Ninh Thuan 11 nuclear power plant project (2000MW) 1. Ninh Thuan nuclear power plant project (2000MW) 2. Ninh Thuan 22 nuclear power plant project (2000MW) 2. Ninh Thuan nuclear power plant project (2000MW) 3. Project on infrastructure for construction of nuclear power plants in Ninh 3. Project on infrastructure for construction of nuclear power plants in Ninh Thuan province (infrastructure project) Thuan province (infrastructure project) 4. Project on operation management zone, expert zone, headquarters of Ninh 4. Project on operation management zone, expert zone, headquarters of Ninh Thuan nuclear power project management board (EVNNPB) Thuan nuclear power project management board (EVNNPB) 5. Project on Public Relation Center for nuclear power 5. Project on Public Relation Center for nuclear power 6. Project on human resource training for nuclear power plants in Ninh Thuan 6. Project on human resource training for nuclear power plants in Ninh Thuan province province UNCLASSIFIED
  121. 121. TWO FIRST NPP PLANT PROJECTS (2) 128 Ninh Thuan 1: - FS & SAD development consultant: consortium E4 Group, JSC KIEP and LLC EPT, Russia. - Owner’s Consultant: being selected. - The consultant on developing technical design: Russian Consultants. The final report of FS and SAD have been submitted. Ninh Thuan 2: - FS & SAD development consultant: JAPC, Japan. - Owner’s Consultant: has been selected. -The consultant on developing technical design: not yet selected. The final report of FS and SAD have been submitted. Other component projects : local consultants UNCLASSIFIED
  122. 122. TENTATIVE UPCOMING STEPS 129 UNCLASSIFIED
  123. 123. SUMMARY 130 As a new emerging country in nuclear field, Vietnam has faced many difficulties and challenges with regard to the nuclear infrastructure For the up-coming steps of the construction of the two first NPPs, Vietnam calls upon the support from rich experienced countries and organizations in nuclear field to: Develop regulatory and legislative documents.  Verify the reports on Safety Assessment and Environmental Impact Assessment. Develop Human resources UNCLASSIFIED
  124. 124. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! UNCLASSIFIED
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  127. 127. GE Hitachi and Advanced Nuclear Reactor Design David Powell Vice President Europe region Nuclear Power Plant Sales UKTI Conference London 27-29th January 2014 Copyright 2010 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved 134
  128. 128. Who we are…
  129. 129. The GE Hitachi Nuclear Alliance has been bringing innovation to the market for 50 years Wilmington, NC USA Tokyo, Japan • Nuclear Power Plants, ABWR, ESBWR, and PRISM • Nuclear Services • Advanced Programs … Recycling, Isotopes Wilmington, NC USA • Uranium Enrichment … Third Generation Technology Wilmington, NC Peterborough, ON Canada Yokosuka, Japan • Nuclear Fuel Fabrication ….BWR and CANDU • CANDU Services • Fuel Engineering and Support Services Copyright 2010 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy International - All rights reserved
  130. 130. Two strong global parent companies GE in Europe • Operating here for over 100 years • 90,000+ employees • Annual revenues of €22.5B in 2011 (~20% of GE’s global revenue) Gene ral Ele c tric • Operating in >100 countries • 125+ year legacy • >300,000 employees worldwide • 2011 global revenue €110B Hitac hi • 100+ year history • >360,000 employees worldwide • 2011 global revenue ~ €94 B Hitac hi in Europe • Operating here since 1982 • ~10,000 consolidated employees • Annual revenues of ~€7.4B (~8% of Hitachi’s global revenue) C ombine d •ove r 225 c ompany ye ars of his tory •More than 660,000 e mploye e s globally and 100,000 in Europe •Ove r €200B in re ve nue globally and ~ €30B in Europe Copyright 2012 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved 137
  131. 131. A 50+ year history of success Dodewaard - Netherlands Dresden 1 – USA KRB - Germany Santa María de Garoña - Spain Tsuruga 1 - Japan Chinshan 1&2- Taiwan KKM - Switzerland Vallecitos – USA Cofrentes - Spain Garigliano - Italy Laguna Verde - Mexico Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy International reserved reserved Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights - All rights Tarapur 1&2 – India 138
  132. 132. GE Hitachi Technology
  133. 133. GE Hitachi’s new reactor portfolio ABWR ESBWR Operational Gen III Evolutionary Gen III+ Revolutionary technology technology technology with a rich, 40-year heritage •Lowest core damage frequency of any Gen III reactor •Extensive operational experience •Licensed in multiple countries PRISM •Lowest core damage frequency of any Gen III or III+ reactor •Passive cooling for >7 days •Passive air-cooling with no operator or mechanical actions needed •The answer to the used fuel dilemma can reduce nuclear waste to ~300-year without AC power or operator radiotoxicity while providing new action electricity generation Lowest projected operations, •Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC All rights reserved
  134. 134. The future of our industry Safety Innovation Predictability Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved Simplicity 141
  135. 135. PRA of Core Damage Frequency Simplicity leading to Safety PWR tion omplica C BWR Simp lification U.S. PWRs 2 E-5 (avg.) U.S. BWRs 8 E-6 (avg.) Generation II APR1400 2 E-6 APWR 1.2 E-6 EPR 2.8 E-7 AP1000 2.4 E-7 ABWR 1.6 E-7 III+ Generation III ESBWR 1.7 E-8 III+ References: Plant licensing DCDs and publically available information Note: PRA of CDF is represented in at-power internal events (per year) Note: NSSS diagrams are for visualization purposes only Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy International, LLC - All rights reserved
  136. 136. Predictability 1st Kind-of-a Generation III plant built in less than 40 months construction schedule: Efficient, repeatable model: 38M 39.5M 43.5M 44.5M 41M Kashiwazaki-Kariwa 6/7 ABWRs Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved
  137. 137. Efficient, repeatable execution model Copyright 2012 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved 144
  138. 138. ABWR modularization – proven project execution Roof Truss Steels Upper Drywell Module MSIV/CV RWCU Reheat Exchanger Condensate Demineralizer RCCV Top Slab Condensate Demin. Piping RCCV liner T-G Pedestal Piping Unit Upper Condenser Central Mat Base Mat HCU Room RPV Pedestal Offgas Equipment Copyright 2012 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved Lower Condenser Block 145
  139. 139. RCCV Upper Drywell Module (Mar. 2009) 2006/11 Construction Start ▽ 2007/09 2008/02 First Mat Concrete Completion ▽ ▽ 2009/07 RPV On ▽ Fuel Loading ▽ △RCCV Upper Drywell Module Installation Shimane-3 Construction Heaviest module in Reactor Building Weight: 610 MT: Size:L 87 ft (26m)X W 77 ft (23m) X H 30 ft (9 m) Copyright 2011 Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved
  140. 140. Prospects for new nuclear build
  141. 141. Global new build moving forward Lithuania Finland United Sweden Kingdom USA Turkey Russia China Japan Taiwan Poland Mexico Chile Argentina Vietnam Romania India Brazil South Africa UAE Banglades h Saudi Arabia Thailand Malaysia Substantial global interest in new build Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved 148
  142. 142. Recent experience and project status Kashiwazaki-Kariwa 6/7 ABWR In Operation Under Construction 4 Units 4 Units Ohma ABWR Under Construction COD 1996/1997 Shika-2 ABWR   Shimane-3 ABWR Japan COD 2006 Hamaoka-5 ABWR Kaminoseki-1 Under Construction Lungmen-1/2 ABWR COD 2005 Continuously building for 58 years Under Construction Pre-op testing Copyright 2012 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy - All rights reserved 149
  143. 143. Lungmen ABWR construction update Overview TPC Project Timeline Total Project progress Construction by TPC 93.7% 97.2% Unit 1 Pre-Op Test Program Complete Safety Tests Fuel Load Unit 1 Commercial Operation 83% Jun ‘14 Oct ‘14 Oct ‘15 Unit 2 Fuel Load Unit 2 Commercial Operation Dec ‘16 Dec ‘17 Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved 150
  144. 144. Horizon ABWRs in UK moving forward Horizon Nuclear Power, Ltd. 100% owned by Hitachi, Ltd. (Nov. 2012) • New Wylfa site − Location: Anglesey, Wales − Adjacent to site w/2 Magnox reactors − Two to three planned units • Oldbury site − Location: South Gloucestershine − Adjacent to site w/2 Magnox reactors − Two to three planned units • Generic Design Assessment process started in April 2013 – moved to Step 2 in January 2014. • GE Hitachi supporting Hitachi GE’s Front-End Engineering and Design. • ABWR Justification submitted to DECC. Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved 151
  145. 145. New build in the U.S. “Betting on just one fuel to power our energy isn’t smart” – Nick Akins, President, American Electric Power “… going all in on gas defies everything we know and preach about diversification and prudent risk management.” – Tom Farrell, CEO Dominion • New build − Vogtle & V.C. Summer − North Anna − Fermi • Expansion slowed due to economic conditions, gas prices Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved 152
  146. 146. North Anna 3 GE Hitachi ESBWR • Dominion selected ESBWR for North Anna 3  Technology attributes … SBO coping  Design Certification status  Competitive offering • Project Development Agreement  Site-specific ESBWR design & COLA licensing support  Cost & schedule control incentives  Financial risk allocation process  Negotiated EPC contract (unsigned) • Fault-based, joint & several consortium  GEH – consortium leader … NI design & equipment  Fluor – site leader … TI/BOP design & all construction • Leveraging ABWR experience … GEH Lungmen & HGNE Japan Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC All rights reserved North Anna 3* indicative timeline •4/2013 – PDA signed •12/2013 - Dominion to amend COLA •12/2015 - COL expected & EPC signed •2017 – Full Notice to Proceed, subject to receipt of all necessary regulatory approvals •2019 – First concrete •2024 – COD * Dominion has not yet committed to building NA3, but expects to make a decision once the COL is received.
  147. 147. Disposition of the UK’s Pu requires innovation • UK has 112 tons of plutonium (and growing) … result of used nuclear fuel reprocessing. • UK Government prefers to re-use plutonium and is evaluating options. • PRISM provides an economic and flexible solution … meets security, non-proliferation requirements at a lower cost. Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved 154
  148. 148. PRISM declared “credible re-use option” • On 20th January 2014, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority announced that PRISM is a “credible option” for managing the UK’s plutonium stockpile following 2 year review process. • Number of benefits of PRISM noted including “simplified fuel manufacturing process and reactor construction, and the ability to utilise the full inventory of plutonium which should consequently reduce the overall costs”. • Further work to be undertaken on technical and commercial aspects. www.gehitachiprism.com Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved 155
  149. 149. Closing the fuel cycle – PRISM • Sustainable new build requires solving the used fuel dilemma − PRISM enables used fuel recycling • Advanced Recycling combines two facilities in one integrated solution - PRISM with nuclear fuel recycling centre. • Designed to reduce used nuclear fuel to ~300year radiotoxicity1 while generating electricity. • Lower CDF than any reactor on the market. • Environmentally responsible To reach the same radiotoxicity as natural uranium 1 Advanced Recycling Center designed to reduce nuclear waste radiotoxicity from 300,000 years to 300 years1 Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, LLC - All Rights Reserved
  150. 150. Opportunities for new build supply Nuclear •Reactor Pressure Vessel •Reactor Internals Mechanical •Steam Turbine •Condenser •Heat Exchangers •Pumps •Valves Electrical •Generator •Transformers •Switchgear •Cabinets Equip. Modules •Nuclear nuclear & non- Construction •Concrete •Rebar •Buildings •Doors & Windows •Piping •Fencing •Sand & Gravel Chemical •Radiactive Waste •Nitrogen & CO2 Storage Misc. •Fire Protection Systems •HVAC Systems •Cranes & Hoists •Elevators •Inspection Svcs Everything from pressure vessels to concrete Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy International, LLC - All rights reserved
  151. 151. Conclusions Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC All rights reserved All rights reserved 158
  152. 152. Leading nuclear innovation for 60 years and beyond … Vallecitos - 1957 Dresden-1 BWR/1 Oyster Creek BWR/2 Humboldt Bay natural circulation Cofrentes BWR/6 KK6/KK7 ABWR Copyright 2013 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy- all rights reserved North Anna3 ESBWR PRISM 159
  153. 153. …. And Opportunities World wide • Three generations of GE Hitachi advanced technology currently being implemented globally. • Proven advanced technology based on safety, simplicity and predictability. • Opportunities for supply chain partners. ABWR ESBWR PRISM Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC All rights reserved
  154. 154. Thank you Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC Copyright 2011 GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Americas LLC All rights reserved All rights reserved 161
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