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Slide1

UKRAINE – EU ENERGY BRIDGE

,

DESIGN

AND CONSTRUCTION OF POWER UNITS

#

3 AND #4 OF KHMELNYTSKYI NPP

October

2017

Kyiv

Slide2

2

MAIN PROJECT IMPLEMENATION STAGES

PILOT PROJECT “UKRAINE – EU ENERGY BRIDGE”

COMPLETION OF KHNPP UNITS 3 AND 4

Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is expected to pass the Law of Ukraine “On siting, designing, and construction of KhNPP UNIts 3 and 4”

Designing

,

apporval of the design

Fabrication

of equipment for KhNPP Units 3 and 4

Civil works, delivery and installation of equipment

Initiation of the pilot project

Ukraine- EU Energy Bridge

(

CMU’s Resolution No671-r of 15.06.2015

Public-Private Partnership for the Energy Bridge Project

Effectiveness analysis

;

Resolution on arrangement of a competition to select a private partner

Execution of a contract between MECU

(

as state/public partner)

and a private partner

Execution of a

long-term contract between Energoatom and private partner for electricity export from KhNPP Unit 2

Legal and regulatory framework

:

Concluding a long-term contract for electricity export

;

Providing the right of access to inter-state electric power grids to allow for electricity export from KhNPP Unit 2

Creation of a pledge instrument

(

in the form of a long-term contract

),

which will

secure

the obligations on completion of KhNPP UnIts 3 and 4

Until today

2017

2018

2019-2020

2021

2026

COMMISSIONING

FS for

onstruction

of

KhNPP Units 3 and 4

:

Approved through CMU’s resolution of

04.07.2012

498-

r

;

FS was updated, a positive expert report was obtained (dated

29.05.2017 №

00-2193-16\ПБ

“Concept engineering solution on “Construction of KhNPP Units 3 and 4”

№КР.46.001-14

INVESTMENTS INTO THE PROJECTS

START OF ELECTRICITY EXPORT FROM KHNPP UNIT 2

2022 -

2025

CMU adopted the Resolution “On approval of the feasibility study for construction of KhNPP Units 3 and 4”

Collaboration with the BARCLAYS bank to provide crediting for the purpose of completion of KhNPP Units 3 and 4

Investments from a private partner into the Energy Bridge Project implementation

Slide3

implementation stages of “

ukraine

eu

: ENERGY bridge” project in conjunction with construction of

units

3 and 4 of

khmelnytskyi

npp

Energy Bridge project implementation stages

Implementation stages of

KhNPP

units

3 and 4 construction project

Arrangement for electricity export from

Khmelnytskyi

NPP

:

Revitalization of the three existing 750 kV OTLs

:

Khmelnitska

(Ukraine) –

Rzeszów

(Poland) - unutilized for over 20 years while having a potential transmission capacity of 2000 MW

Khmelnytskyi

NPP (Ukraine) – SS

Zakhidnoukrainska

(Ukraine) – in operating condition

,

SS

Zakhidnoukrainska

(Ukraine) – SS

Albertirsa

(Hungary) - in operating condition

Preliminary

cost estimate

EUR

8

mln

.

Disconnection of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP unit 2 from the Ukrainian grid and its connection to the “

Burshtyn

Energy Island”

Preliminary cost estimate

EUR

1

6

mln

.

Disconnection of part of

Zakhidnoukrainska

Substation from the Ukrainian grid and its connection to the „

Burshtyn

Energy Island”

Ensuring backup in-house needs of KhNPP-2 for unit operation within the ENTSO-E through advance installation of an all-unit transformer for

KhNPP unit 3

Preliminary cost estimate – EUR 31 mln.

Pre-design activities

:

“Concept technical solution

for “Construction of Khmelnytskyi NPP units 3 and 4” №КР.46.001-14

Adjustment of the Feasibility Study for construction of units 3 and 4 of Khmelnytskyi NPP.

C

ompleted, comprehensive state expert review completedCMU Resolution “On approval of the Feasibility Study for construction of units 3 and 4 of

Khmelnytskyi nucler power plant

” Expected approval

– 2017 Approval of the law of Verkhovna

Rada

“On Siting, designing and construction of power units 3 and 4 of Khmelnytskyi nuclear power plant

” Expected approval

– 2018

Design activities and construction:

Designing, approval of the design Designing completion – 2020 Fabrication of equipment for units 3 and 4of Khmelnytskyi NPP

Expected completion term - 2022 Construction

works, equipment delivery and installation. Construction period – 2021 – 2025

Commissioning

. Expected term – 2026

Investments from the

“Energy Bridge” project

3

Slide4

“UKRAINE – EU ENERGY BRIDGE”

PILOT PROJECT

The

“Ukraine – European Union Energy Bridge”

pilot project was initiated by CMU Resolution

671-р

of 1

5.06.2015

The Project is

the pilot project and will emerge as the initial

step towards

the full strategic

synchronization

of

the Unified Power System of Ukraine with the

EU power system

.

This is a significant step of Ukraine towards the integration of its power system with the European power grid

<meta>

Development

of infrastructure of cross-border electric grids and increase of their transmission capacity

Integration

of the Unified Power System of Ukraine into the European power system ENTSO-E

Arrangement

for

KhNPP

unit 2

capacity

output

permitting electricity supply to EU countries through disconnection of the power unit from the Unified Power System of Ukraine for the purposes of the long-term export

Mobilization

of the funds raised through electricity export from unit 2 to European Union countries

to fund construction of units 3 and 4 of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP

The Project subject matter

:

4

Slide5

“UKRAINE – EU

ENERGY

BRIDGE”

PILOT

PROJECT (continued)

The project is fully

investment-driven:

it doesn’t produce any additional load on the budget of

Ukraine

The return on investments

will be provided

through

electricity sales

in the European market

The project should be

reviewed

in

the context of plans

for

completion of units 3 and 4 of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP and development of

transboundary

power grids’ infrastructure

(

through revitalization of 750 kV OTL

KhNPP

-Rzeszow)

The planned electricity export from

Khmelnytskyi

unit 2 will start in 3 years, becoming

a source for raising funds to complete

Khmelnytskyi

NPP units 3 and 4

through a long-term power purchase

agreement.

The Government of Ukraine shall secure the agreement for

its

entire validity

period

.

5

Slide6

HISTORIC BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT

Ukraine and Poland possess

a shared strategic power potential

that could be utilized

for the development of Ukraine’s and Poland’s power sector

,

mutual integration and cooperation among the European countries. The mentioned potential is represented by the

450-km long

750

kV Overhead Transmission Line to the total capacity of up to

2000

MW

that connects

Khmelnytskyi

NPP

(

Ukraine

)

and the

750/400

kV

Substation

Widełka

(

close to

Rzeszów

,

Poland

)

In

1979

five countries of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance

(USSR, Poland, Czechoslovakia, GDR and Hungary

)

signed an agreement on construction of a new transmission line

to ensure electricity export from the USSR to Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary (

GDR was connected to the grid for the purposes of stabilization with no specific electricity

supplies)

.

The line was

commissioned in 1985

connecting

the Ukrainian SSR and Poland

.

Under current circumstances, construction of a similar line “from scratch” may cost up to

EUR 0

,5

bln

.

Actual electricity export to Poland survived

until

1991

, although the planned scope of supply of 6000

GW*h /year was completed only in 1988. In 1992

the electricity supplies were cut off, instantly becoming technically unfeasible since Poland along with Czechoslovakia and Hungary disconnected from their eastern neighbor to synchronize their power systems with the European power system.

From that moment on, despite evident economic benefits for Poland and Ukraine, the line has remained disconnected and out of operation.

6

Slide7

24

Prompt completion of the project “Ukraine – European

Union Energy

Bridge” is the only chance for Ukraine to unlock and utilize its energy potential

7

NON-UTILIZED POTENTIAL OF THE REGION

New Belarus NPP, total installed capacity of 2400

MW (

commissioning in 2018 -2020)

Utilizing Poland’s export electrical connection financed from the EU funds and the hybrid electrical system of Lithuania,

Russia stands a good chance to step up as the main player in the region starting 2018, eradicating Ukraine’s power potential from the EU energy

market

Rivne

NPP :150 km to the Ukrainian-Polish border, 4 power units, total installed capacity of 2835 MW

Khmelnytskyi

NPP: 2 units in

operation (

total

installed capacity of 2000

MW

);

2 units under

construction (

total

installed capacity of 2000

MW

)

Lithuanian-Polish electrical connection

Baltic integration and synchronization funded by the European energy community

Existing electrical connection Ukraine-Poland

and Ukraine- Hungary

Ukraine’s export potential to

EU countries

750 kV OTL “

Khmelnitskyi

NPP – Rzeszów”: built in 1985, not utilized since 1993. Transmission capacity – 2000 MW

Potentially feasible electrical connection Belarus-Poland

Slide8

Revitalization of the existing 750 kV OTL

Khmelnytskyi

NPP -

Rzeszów

Radial connection of the two existing 750 kV OTLs of

Ukraine’s

power system

1)

Khmelnytskyi

NPP -

Rzeszów

and

2)

Khmelnytskyi

NPP - SS

Zakhidnoukrainska

– SS

Albertirsa

to the

Burshtyn

Island”,

will allow for

the increase of the system’s transmission capacity

Synchronous connection of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP unit 2

(

1000

MW

)

to the expanded

Burshtyn

Island”

will allow for the system’s increased generating capacity

Power plants within the expanded power system:

unit

2 of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP (1000 MW),

Burshtyn

TPP,

Kalush

TPP

The export potential of “

Burshtyn

Island”

will be increased

up to

1550 MW

Electricity export under the project can be effected starting 2021

Revitalization of the 750 kV overhead transmission line “KhNPP -

Rzeszów” builds a “Power Ring” “Rzeszów - KNPP –

Albertirsa” which permits wheeling of 1300 MW of electric capacity between different regions of Europe (from Germany, Poland via Ukraine to Hungary, Romania and the Balkans)

It is specifically due to such disconnection of KhNPP unit 2 and its operation within the ENTSO-E system that the project “Ukraine – European Union:

Energy Bridge” ensures a back-up power supply source immediately at the site of Khmelnytskyi NPP, capacity and capabilities of such source being unprecedented and represented by the independent ENTSO-E system. Availability of such independent power supply source sensibly increases safety of both KhNPP - for cases of loss of internal power, and Ukrainian energy system or the European system in general - for cases of “special” accidents in the power system

“Ukraine – european union: ENERGY bridge”

pilot project – Implementation Scheme

8

Slide9

9

NNEGC “ENERGOATOM” area of responsibility

:

Modernization of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP unit 2 and its reconnection to “

Burshtyn

Energy Island”

Preliminary cost estimate

EUR 1

6

mln

.

Ensuring backup in-house needs of KhNPP-2 for unit operation within the ENTSO-E through advance installation of an all-unit transformer for Unit 3

KhNPP

Preliminary cost estimate

-

EUR 31

mln

.

Given the legislative coverage and technical availability, the electricity export from

KhNPP

unit 2 to the EU can be effected starting

2020

Arrangement for electricity export

from

khmelnytskyi

npp

NEC “UKRENERGO” area of responsibility

:

Revitalization of the 750 kV overhead

t

ransmission

l

ine (OTL)

:

Inspection and

refurbishment

of the OTL “

Khmelnytskyi

NPP (Ukraine)

-

Substation

Widełka

(

Rzeszów

, Poland

);

Inspection and refurbishment of line feeders on 750kV outdoor switchgear of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP

and

Widełka

substation

(Poland) (approximately 4 years)

Clearing

the sanitary zone located directly below the

line

(

overgrown with young trees

(especially in the territory of Ukraine

))

Improvement of operational efficiency of the existing 750 kV overhead transmission line (OTL):

Khmelnytskyi NPP (Ukraine) – SS Zakhidnoukrainska (Ukraine) – in operating condition;

SS

Zakhidnoukrainska (Ukraine) – SS Albertirsa (Hungary) - in operating condition

(utilized by 10%)Disconnection of

part of Zakhidnoukrainska Substation from the Ukrainian grid and adding it to the „Burshtyn

Energy Island” Preliminary cost estimate

EUR 8 mln.

Slide10

Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine

№671-р

of

15.06.2015

On

initiation of the

pilot

project “Ukraine – European Union:

Energy Bridge”

;

Order of

the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine

of

July 31,

2015 “On approval of

the Implementation Plan of the Pilot Project “Ukraine – European

Union Energy

Bridge

;

Initiation of the negotiation process between the project parties and

ENTSO-E

,

and corresponding ENTSO-E operators

Concept of

KhNPP

unit 2 connection to “

Burshtyn

Energy Island” for the purposes of electricity export to the European Union (technical analysis performed by SE “NNEGC “

Energoatom

” and Kyiv Polytechnic Institute) approved by the MECI Science and Technology Council

;

Preliminary

functional static and dynamic stability analysis

for the “

Burshtyn

Energy Island” after connection of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP unit 2

(

the analysis was provided by Krakow

D

esign

I

nstitute (

P

oland)

;

Development of draft memoranda of understanding between SE “NEC “

Ukrenergo

” and

PSE

S.A.,

SE “NEC “

Ukrenergo

” and

MAVIR

ZRt

(

neither has been signed yet

);

Establishment of a Consortium comprising

Polenergia

International

S.àr.l

.

,

EDF Trading Limited

and Westinghouse Electric Sweden AB

and submittal of a proposal of a public-private partnership for the Project implementation;

Analysis of effectiveness of the public-private partnership established under “Ukraine – European Union Energy Bridge” project to be completed by the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine

TASKS ALREADY ACCOMPLISHED UNDER

UKRAINE

EUROPEAN UNION

ENERGY BRIDGE” PILOT PROJECT

THE RESULTS OBTAINED CONFIRM FEASIBILITY OF THE PROJECT “UKRAINE – EUROPEAN UNION ENERGY BRIDGE”

10

Slide11

To ensure participation in all procedures and activities inherent in such partnership a

Consortium

was built comprising the following companies

:

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

UNDER THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

It was suggested

by the Consortium that

an

additional investment component

should be introduced into

the SE NNEGC “

Energoatom

” infrastructure

to

compensate for the power unit to be disconnected from the unified power system of Ukraine, specifically, in the areas as

follows

:

a.

Efficiency improvement of the existing infrastructure

b.

Improvement of Ukraine’s e

nergy

security

The

range of technologies, investment goals and the scope will be defined based on the needs preconditioned by the reinforcement of energy security functions, as implied by disconnection of

1000 MW

from the UPS of Ukraine and their connection to the European energy

market

11

Slide12

Completion of

the effectiveness

a

nalysis

of

the public-private partnership

under

the “Ukraine – European Union Energy Bridge” project

A decision on the conduct of a

competition

to identify a private partner who has experience in implementation of energy infrastructure projects in the European Union

Creating preconditions

for project implementation through completion by NEC “

Ukrenergo

” of researches identified in the Project Implementation Plan

The need for legal and regulatory framework covering the following aspects:

Signing of a long-term bilateral contract for

electricity

export between

SE NNEGC “

Energoatom

and

a private partner

identified based on a competitive tender, outside an electronic auction

;

Ensuring the right of access to cross-border electric power grids at minimum price throughout the

whole term of the bilateral contract for electricity export from

KhNPP

unit 2 to EU countries

Ensuring fulfilment of the terms of cooperation with transmission system operators of the

neighbouring

EU states and with ENTSO-E pursuant to the EU legislation to permit expansion of the “

Burshtyn

Energy

I

sland”

Signing an agreement between the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine

(public partner)

and a private partner within the public-private partnership

Further steps

12

Slide13

Signing of a long-term contract between SE NNEGC “Energoatom

” and a private partner on electricity sales to ensure export of electricity produced by KhNPP Unit 2 to EU countries

Electricity export from

Khmelnytskyi Unit 2 to the European Union

Establishment of a long-term financial asset

(implementing tool) in the form of a long-term contract for electricity export to EU that will secure obligations under the project on completion of Khmelnytskyi NPP unit 3 and 4 Cooperation with BARCLAYS bank on securing a loan for completion of Khmelnytskyi NPP Units 3 and 4 13

Preconditions for investments in design and

construction of

khmelnytskyi

npp

units 3 and 4

Slide14

<meta>

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF POWER UNITS #3 AND #4 OF KHMELNYTSKYI NPP

Total cost of construction (based on 2016’s prices)

:

UAH

72

.

4

bln

Supplementary electricity generation that will contribute to ensuring energy independence of Ukraine, implementation of plans of its social and economic development and strengthening of its role at the international electricity market

Feasibility study for construction of KhNPP-3 & 4 was

updated

Positive expert report was issued (ref.#

00-2193-16/

ПБ

dd. May 29, 2017)

Draft resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine “On Approval of the Feasibility Study for Construction of Units #3 and #4 of Khmelnytskyi NPP” was submitted for review and endorsement of the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine

Once in operation, KhNPP Unit #

3

and Unit #

4

will ensure additional annual supply of

5

.4

bln.kWh

(e)

to the energy system of Ukraine

Note

:

Construction of KhNPP Unit#3 and Unit#4 according to initial design (each reactor’s capacity is

1000 

MW, having reactor installation

VVER

-1000/

V

-320)

started in

1986

, but it was suspended in

1990

by the moratorium for NPP construction

.

Today, the construction availability of the power units is assessed at the level:

75%

for Unit#3

( 85 items of equipment were installed, including tanks, heat exchangers, filters, etc.)

28%

for Unit #4

Project completion date

:

KhNPP 3 –

2024

KhNPP 4 –

2026

14

Slide15

SUMMARY OF TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC

CHARACTERISTICS OF UNITS #3 AND #4 OF KHMELNYTSKYI NPP

Parameter

Measurement Unit

Parameter Value

Total

Stage

I

Stage

II

Duration of Operation

Years

50

50

Main process equipment

:

reactor installation

capacity

,

MW

(

t

)

6264

3 132

3132

turbine installation

,

turbine generator

capacity,

MW(e)

2178

1089

1089

Annual electricity production

Mio KWh

16 226,100

8 113,05

8 113,05

Annual electricity output

Mio KWh

15 419,662

7 709,831

7 709,831

Annual electricity sales revenue, net of VAT

(

estimated tariff : UAH

0

.

6

4 per kW

)

MiAH

9 868,58

4 934,29

4 934, 29

ROI

Years

12

Total estimated cost

MUAH

/

MEUR

72 437,483 /

2 564

36 760,844 /

1 301,188

35 676,639 /

1 262,812

Construction period

Months

84

60

60

Prescriptive time of putting in operation

year

2024

2026

15

Slide16

Safety indicators meeting national and international requirements

Use of advanced engineering solutions for safety improvement

Vast involvement of Ukrainian equipment manufacturers and service providers

Use of existing civil works structures and equipment

Design

development

of power

units by

Ukrainian design organizations

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

OF UNIT#3 AND UNIT#4

OF

KHMELNITSKY NPP

Ministry of energy and coal industry

,

State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine and Ministry for Regional Development and Construction

approved

the Concept Decision

on “Construction of power units 3 and 4 of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP”

КР.46.001-14,

which considers the necessary safety level, economic benefits and significant local (Ukrainian) content in equipment fabrication

Technical specifications

for a VVER-1000 reactor installation for power units 3 and 4 of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP” have been approved in the full scope by

UJV

Rez

,

Skoda

JS

and

“KIEP” PJSC

Reactor technology and equipment supply can be ensured through cooperation with Czech companies

Based on experience of construction and operation of

Temelin

NPP (Czech Republic)

,

the expectations from completion of

Khmelnitskyi

NPP power units in cooperation with Czech companies are as follows:

On

23.10.2014

a

Memorandum on cooperation

was signed between SE NNEGC “

Energoatom

” and

Skoda

JS

a.s

.,

specifically, to cover areas related to the construction of new nuclear power units

16

Slide17

FINANCIAL STRUCTURE OF COMPLETION OF UNIT# 3 AND UNIT#4 OF KHMELNYTSKYI NPP

The project is entirely investment-driven and

does not imply

any additional

load on the budget of Ukraine

The construction cost is

EUR 2

564

mln

.

,

including the initial fuel loading of

~

EUR

154

mln

.

(

as per FS

for

KhNPP

units 3 and 4 construction at

2016

values

)

17

Slide18

Use of civil structures, buildings and structures on the sites of Units #3 and #4 of Khmelnytskyi NPP

Project engineering solutions and planned equipment allow enhancing

the level of use of Ukraine’s local capabilities in construction project up to 60 per cent

PECULIARITIES UNDERLYING THE REDUCTION IN ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST

As compared to a “greenfield” construction project, peculiarities of construction of Units #3 and #4 are stipulated by the following

:

Use of the site existing infrastructure and of equipment in store of Khmelnytskyi NPP

:

General plant industrial systems

Roads and railway

Construction base

Warehouse facility (containing about

20

000

components of equipment for KhNPP -3&4)

18

Slide19

LOCAL MANUFACTURING OF EQUIPMENT FOR KHMELNYTSKYI NPP UNITS #3, #4

Equipment can be manufactured by Ukraine’s leading companies as follows:

19

Slide20

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON CONSTRUCTION

OF UNITS #3, #4

South Korea

On August

31

,

2016

SE NNEGC Energoatom and

KHNP

signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the field of nuclear power and a Non-Disclosure Agreement

Coordinating Committee

on cooperation between SE NNEGC Energoatom and KHNPP and

working groups

were established under the Memorandum of Understanding

:

Working group on completion of KhNPP Units #3, #4

;

Working group on implementation of

Ukraine-EU:Power

Bridge project

Cooperation in the framework of working groups is aimed at resolution of the following tasks:

Study potential involvement of the Korean side in implementation of the project on completion of power Unit #3 of Khmelnytskyi NPP by means of equipment supply according to the previously sent specifications

;

Study potential implementation of and financial support to

APR1400

project on the site of Unit #4

Khmelnytskyi NPP

Ukrainian side passed KHNP a list of the equipment that may be supplied by foreign suppliers under lending programs

20

Slide21

21

EU-APR 1400

(

SOUTH KOREA

)

The design accounts

for European

regulators’ requirements, as well as EUR and WENRA requirements

,

post-Fukushima measures and

п

stress-test results

T

he

1400

Mwe

Advanced

Power

Reactor

(APR

1400

)

was developed by South-Korean experts

in the period

1992

-

2002

based on the existing experience on design and construction of NPPs, which allowed for improved safety and economics as compared to the previous reactor designs

(

System

80+, OPR-1000)

through introduction of advanced design solutions

After

2009

the design was adjusted to fit the European market

(EU-APR

1400)

Slide22

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN CONSTRUCTION OF

KHMELNYTSKYI UNITS

3

AND

№4

CHINA

In October 2016, during the visit of

China

National

Nuclear

Corporation

(CNNC

)

delegation to Ukraine, the parties resumed their cooperation under the

M

emorandum of Understanding

in the sphere of nuclear power industry, and

identified

their priority areas of cooperation.

To support detailed discussions of the areas of cooperation, the parties decided to establish a

Steering Committee

and

2

Working Groups

(

WG

):

Working Group on completion/construction of

KhNPP

units 3 and 4

;

Working Group on personnel training

Cooperation through such Working Groups is designed to resolve the following tasks:

E

xplore the potential for involvement of the Chinese party in the project on completion of power unit 3 of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP by means of equipment supplies as per specifications provided

;

E

xplore the potential for deployment of

Hualong

design at the site of

Khmelnytskyi

unit 4, and financial support of such deployment

The

China

National

Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) delegation is expected to visit Ukraine end of September

2017 SE NNEGC “Energoatom

” has submitted to the CNNC the list of equipment required to complete KhNPP unit 3, which can be supplied through the involvement of the Chinese party

22

Slide23

23

HPR

-1000

(

CHINA

)

Hualong

One

or

HPR-1000

is an evolutionary design of a light-water three-loop generation

III +

reactor that was a culmination of

CNNC

’s

and

CGN

’s efforts to combine

АСР1000

and

ACPR1000 +

designs correspondingly, which are based on the French

М-310

design

concept

As of today, the integration of these designs has not been completed yet

,

which is the reason why the

Hualong

One

reactor exists in the two modifications offered by

CNNC

and by

CGN

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EUROPEAN AND ASIAN DESIGN POWER UNITS:

TECHNICAL

AND ECONOMIC CRITERIA

COMPARISON TABLE

PARAMETER

KhNPP

-3

EU-APR

1400

HUALONG ONE

(

CNNC

modification)

Construction cost

,

bln

.

EUR

1,3

6,3

3,2

Unit cost,

k EUR/kW

1,24

4,5

2,8

Electric

capacity, MW

1 047

1 400 - 1 520

1 150

Localization level for Ukraine

,

%

60

-

70

20

20

Fuel

ТВС-WR*

PLUS 7

ТВС CF3

Meeting safety criteria

CDF

,

reactors per year ≤ 1

Е-5

1,89E-6

1,34Е–6

1Е–6

LERF

,

reactors per year ≤ 1

Е-6

1,21E-7

6,29Е–8

1Е–7

*

There is a scheme in place to ensure fresh fuel supply

.

The CSFSF provides solution for spent nuclear fuel storage

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PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF KHMELNYTSKYI NPP UNITS

3

AND

4

: BENEFITS AND RISKS

BENEFITS

OF INVOLVEMENT OF

EUROPEAN

COMPANIES

RISKS

IN INVOLVEMENT OF

ASIAN

COMPANIES

A potential to

use civil structures and buildings already existing at the site

When

built to Asian designs, NPP power units will need to be built "from scratch”

Use

of main and ancillary reference equipment.

Available transportation scheme

to support equipment and components deliveries from European countries to the site of

Khmelnytskyi

NPP

Risks residing in the transportation from Asia

of power units’ major equipment (nuclear island),

which is a large-size and heavy equipment

High local (

Ukrainian) content in equipment fabrication

(

approximately

70%

)

The local (Ukrainian) content in equipment fabrication will not go above

20%

Technical

solutions inherent in the design meet existing nuclear and radiation safety rules and standards

Lengthy licensing process required for new designs and equipment

of such designs

A potential to develop all design solutions

(

including those related to safety and required calculations

and substantiations

)

through domestic efforts and in cooperation with

European partners

,

including further support

to operations and design service life extension (long-term operation)

Design solutions will be developed

by the Asian party resulting in a complete dependence – at all life stages – for engineering, spare parts and fuel cycle

Available fresh nuclear fuel supply scheme

.

Available

Central Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility provides a solution for spent fuel storage

A new scheme needs to be developed for the supply of a new type of nuclear fuel and for spent fuel management