FinNuclear Association15.10.2012
Background  New nuclear era;    – growing electricity demand   – need to reduce CO2 –emissions,   – Finland in the fronti...
Nuclear power facilities in Finland  Sweden                                        Nuclear units in operation: Loviisa 1&2...
2011: FinNuclear Association Adiabatix Oy               Kraftanlagen Arge OL3ALSTOM Finland Oy          Lamprotek Oy      ...
NETWORKING Networking events, exhibitions, conferences      – Supply Chain days with NPP vendors and main contractors    ...
INFORMATION SERVICES FinNuclear Newsletter                             monthly Global News Summary www.finnuclear.fi15....
TRAINING• FinNuclear Training Modules    –   Being a supplier in nuclear projects and facilities    –   Safety culture    ...
FinNuclear Calendar of Events 20121/2012      FinNuclear Training module 3 at TVO    9/2012    Consortia building kick‐off...
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS                          ‐ backgroundTarget for new nuclear builds in Finland: competitive capacity t...
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS            ‐ in practise• Studies on what kind of larger work packages realistically can  be supplied...
Summary of FinNuclear activities Focus is clearly in supporting business  Centralized functions are cost saving for comp...
THANK YOU                               Helsinki:                                        Leena JylhäContact details:      ...
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Anderson Matti, FinNuclear asociacijos pirmininko pavaduotojas (Suomija), „Pramonės pasirengimo skatinimas branduolinių projektų statybai“

  1. 1. FinNuclear Association15.10.2012
  2. 2. Background  New nuclear era;  – growing electricity demand – need to reduce CO2 –emissions, – Finland in the frontier Finland has sufficient experience and motivation: – on‐going project OL3, new units in sight (HA1, OL4) – neighboring countries with nuclear plans – recognized experience in safe and realiable use of the operating units – active participation on international research FinNuclear started in 2007 as a programme In 2010, Decisions in Principal for 2 new nuclear builds : the  use of domestic competencies shall be supported
  3. 3. Nuclear power facilities in Finland  Sweden Nuclear units in operation: Loviisa 1&2, Olkiluoto 1&2 Fennovoima Nuclear unit under construction: Olkiluoto 3 Pyhäjoki Final fuel disposal facility ONKALO Planned new units Research facilities (fission, fusion) Utilities need increasingly domestic competencies for the life‐cycle of NPPs Nuclear programmes around Baltic area: TVO Sweden, Lithuania, Poland, Russia Olkiluoto Domestic activity ‐ springboards for  Fortum export markets Loviisa Estonia
  4. 4. 2011: FinNuclear Association Adiabatix Oy Kraftanlagen Arge OL3ALSTOM Finland Oy Lamprotek Oy Competitive nuclearAndament Group Leinolat Group Oy industry clusterBureau Veritas Finland Leinovalu OyBusiness Oulu Miilukangas KyCITEC Oy Ab Outokumpu OyjCLS‐Engineering Oy Prizztech Oy DEKRA Industrial Oy Pöyry Finland OyDestia Oy Qualifinn Engineering Oy NETWORKINGEconia Business Services Quantum Services Int.E.Helaakoski Oy Rakennusteollisuus RT ryEmpower Group Oy Ramirent OyjEnergiateollisuus ry Rautaruukki Oyj INFORMATION SERVICESFennovoima Oy RTK‐Palvelu OyFinnmap Consulting Oy SRV Yhtiöt OyjHalton Marine Oy Technip Offshore Finland OyHavator Oy Teknologiateollisuus ry TRAININGHollming Oy Telatek OyHögfors Oy Telinekataja OyInspecta Oy Tieto OyjInsta Automation Oy VTT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTSKonecranes Finland Oy Wärtsilä Finland Oy
  5. 5. NETWORKING Networking events, exhibitions, conferences – Supply Chain days with NPP vendors and main contractors – International exhibition stands – Conference presentations Large Finnish suppliers´ database,  – FinNuclear Directory, directory.finnuclear.fi15.10.201 52
  6. 6. INFORMATION SERVICES FinNuclear Newsletter  monthly Global News Summary www.finnuclear.fi15.10.201 62
  7. 7. TRAINING• FinNuclear Training Modules – Being a supplier in nuclear projects and facilities – Safety culture – Quality requirements – Facility visits• Tailored trainings – NQA‐1 – Lead Auditor – Trainings in member companies – Nuclear legistlation• Pre‐auditing of suppliers – Suppliers´ self‐assesment tool15.10.2012 – FinNuclear auditing team will be established 7
  8. 8. FinNuclear Calendar of Events 20121/2012 FinNuclear Training module 3 at TVO 9/2012 Consortia building kick‐off workshop2/2012 Lithuanian delegation in Finland 9/2012 NQA‐1 and Lead Auditor training3/2012 Areva Suppliers´ day in Pori 9/2012 SAMK International week3/2012 FinNuclear delegation in France Toshiba‐Westinghouse Suppliers´ day 4/2012 NQA‐1 and Lead Auditor training 10/2012 in Oulu5/2012 Association Spring meeting 10/2012 KHNP Suppliers´ day5/2012 GE‐Hitachi Suppliers´ day 10/2012 Energia 12 ‐ exhibition stand5/2012 FinNuclear presentation in Poland FinNuclear in Visaginas workshop in  Nuclear Power Gen 2012 ‐ exhibition  10/2012 Lithuania6/2012 stand 11/2012 FinNuclear Autumn meeting ASME codes and standards  FinNuclear presentation at IAEA 6/2012 conference 11/2012 meeting6/2012 Toshiba‐Westinghouse Suppliers´ day 11/2012 FinNuclear Training module 28/2012 Areva Suppliers´ day in Oulu 11/2012 Consortia building topical workshops9/2012 MHI Suppliers´ day 11/2012 Areva B2B day9/2012 FinNuclear Training module 1 12/2012 FinNuclear Training module 3 9/2012 FinNuclear presentation at VTT event 12/2012 ENC2012 ‐exhibition stand15.10.201 82
  9. 9. DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS ‐ backgroundTarget for new nuclear builds in Finland: competitive capacity to supply large work packages (ref. TaV 13/2012 related  to DiP) Tier 1 Turbine Island Tier 2 System 1 System 2 System 3 Tier 3 Sub‐system 1a Sub‐system 1b Tier 4 Component 1b1 Component 1b2 Service 1b3 Sub‐service 1b32 Sub‐service Tier 5 Sub‐service 1b31 1b33Applicability in the NPPs´ long life‐cycles, export markets and otherfields of industry is necessary for companies commitment 15.10.201 9 2
  10. 10. DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS  ‐ in practise• Studies on what kind of larger work packages realistically can be supplied by existing Finnish competence level• Some results:• Next steps: – Business entities that can handle EPC –contracts are needed for  competitiveness related to large work packages – Systematical supplier qualification
  11. 11. Summary of FinNuclear activities Focus is clearly in supporting business  Centralized functions are cost saving for companies in a  demanding field of industry, f.ex  Networking opportunities ”at home”  Joint international marketing  Global information sourcing  Understanding the nuclear industry requirements + realism Model is applicable in creating other industrial clusters15.10.201 112
  12. 12. THANK YOU Helsinki: Leena JylhäContact details: Juha Miikkulainenwww.finnuclear.fifirstname.lastname@finnuclear.fiChairmen: Ami Rastas, Matti Andersson Pori: Megumi Asano‐Ulmonen Suvi Karirinne Jekaterina Saikkonen Katja Silvanto Oulu/Raahe: Jouni Kähkönen  Pekka Peltomäki

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