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Strategies for Rapid Scale up of Nuclear Capacity. U C Muktibodh Executive Director (Engg.) NPCIL. 5 th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New Delhi 06 Sept 2013. Inspiration for Growth. Electricity Demand Clean source of energy Sustainability Energy security. Present Status of Nuclear Power.

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Strategies for rapid scale up of nuclear capacity

Strategies for Rapid Scale up of Nuclear Capacity

U C Muktibodh

Executive Director (Engg.)

NPCIL

5th Nuclear Energy Conclave, New Delhi

06 Sept 2013


Inspiration for growth

Inspiration for Growth

  • Electricity Demand

  • Clean source of energy

  • Sustainability

  • Energy security


Strategies for rapid scale up of nuclear capacity

Present Status of Nuclear Power

CUMULATIVE CAPACITY(MW)

CAPACITY

(MW)

REACTOR TYPE AND CAPACITY

  • 20 reactors (18 PHWRs+2BWR) 4,780 4,780

    at 6 sites in operation at Tarapur,

    Rawatbhata, Kalpakkam,

    Narora, Kakrapar and Kaiga

  • 2 PWRs under advanced stage of completion 2,000 6,780

    at Kudankulam (2x1000 MW)

  • PFBR under construction at 500 7,280

    Kalpakkam (1 X 500 MW)

  • Projects construction Launched (XI Plan) 2,800

  • KAPP-3&4 (2x700 MW PHWR)

  • RAPS-7&8 (2x700 MW PHWR)

  • Total by 2017 10,080 MW


Strategies for rapid scale up of nuclear capacity

Nuclear Capacity – Under Construction & Planned in XII Plan

22,700 MW (Construction + Planned)

17,400 MW(Planned)

2000 MW

3300 MW

Under construction

  • Planned to be launched in XII Plan-

  • 2x1000 MW LWR, Kudankulam, TN

  • 2x1650 MW LWR , Jaitapur, Maharashtra

  • 2x1500 MW LWR: Kovvada, AP

  • 2x1100 MW LWR : Mithi Virdi,Gujarat

  • 2x700 MW PHWR : Gorakhpur,Haryana

  • 2x700 MW PHWR :Chutaka,M.P

  • 2x700 MW PHWR :Mahi-Banswara, Raj

  • 2x700 MW PHWR : Kaiga,Karnataka

  • 2X500 MW FBR: Kalpakkam, TN

  • 1X300 AHWR: Site being identified

Advanced Stage of completion

  • KAPP-3&4 :

  • ( 2x700 MW PHWR)

  • RAPP-7&8

  • (2x700 MW PHWR)

  • 500 MW PFBR

  • KK-1&2:

  • 2x1000 MW LWR

Units under construction will be completed in XII Plan .


Npps in operation under construction

NPPs in Operation & under Construction


Strategies for rapid scale up of nuclear capacity

NPPs under Planning

  • PHWR Site

  • LWR Site

  • FBR Site


Nuclear power programme

Nuclear Power Programme

  • Three stage nuclear power programme

  • PHWRs in the first stage


Pressurised heavy water reactors

Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors

  • Evolved through plant sizes of 220, 540 to the present 700 MWe

  • Matured indigenous technology with impeccable safety record

  • Standardised plant size of 700 MWe

  • Standard plant design

  • Exploring single or two standard seismic designs

  • Use of Integrated Engineering Environment tools for engineering

  • Project implementation through Mega ePC packages

  • Target construction period of 5 years


Strategies for rapid scale up of nuclear capacity

FOR2012-13 A.F = 90.43 %


Strategies for rapid scale up of nuclear capacity

Continuous Run (more than a year)

RAPS 5 - 400 days (continuing)


Light water reactors

Light Water Reactors

  • LWRs, as additionalities, being implemented through international collaboration.

  • Business model formulated for optimisation of cost and for meeting design & safety requirements.


Strategies

Strategies

  • Public outreach programs

  • CSR activities

  • Early Site selection and commencement of Pre-project activities

  • Design standardisation

  • Supply chain support

  • Project implementation


Support from industry

Support from Industry

  • Indian industry has developed capability to supply NPP equipment & components

  • The rapid expansion programme will require industry support for maintaining supply chain for high quality equipment, meeting project schedules.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • NPCIL is poised for the rapid expansion programme

  • Synergy between NPCIL and Indian industry is a key element to meet the programme

  • The programme can be realised in a national mission mode with the support of all stakeholders


Thank you

THANK YOU


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