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  1. Can Nuclear Power Meet the Challenge U C Muktibodh Executive Director (Engg.) NPCIL 6thNuclear Energy Conclave, New Delhi 14 Oct. 2014

  2. Can Nuclear Power Meet the Challenge? YES

  3. NPCIL Plants Performance

  4. Present Status of Nuclear Power CUMULATIVE CAPACITY(MW) CAPACITY (MW) REACTOR TYPE AND CAPACITY • 20 reactors (18 PHWRs+2BWR) 4,780 4,780 • PHWR Projects under construction 4,200 8,980 • KAPP-3&4 (2x700 MW) • RAPP-7&8 (2x700 MW) • GHAVP-1&2 (2x700 MW) • PWR projects under advanced stage of 2,00010,980 completion : KK-1&2 (2x1000 MW) • PWR projects under Construction 2,000 12,980 KK-3&4 (2x1000 MW) • PFBR under construction at 500 13,480 Kalpakkam(1 X 500 MW)

  5. Nuclear Capacity - Planned • 2 x 700 MW PHWR : Chutka, MP • 2 x 700 MW PHWR : Kaiga, Karnataka • 4 x 700 MW PHWR : Mahi-Banswara, Rajasthan • 2 x 700 MW PHWR : Gorakhpur, Haryana (Additional Units) • 4 x 700 MW PHWR : Bhimpur, MP • 2 x 1000 MW LWR : Kudankulam, TN (Additional Units) • 6 x 1650 MW LWR : Jaitapur, Maharashtra • 6 x 1500 MW LWR : Kovvada, AP • 6 x 1100 MW LWR : MithiVirdi,Gujarat • 6 x 1000 MW LWR : Haripur, WB • 2 X 500 MW FBR : Kalpakkam, TN • 1 X 300 AHWR : Site being identified

  6. Implementation of this large capacity build-up requires equity support from the Government

  7. Implementation Aspects

  8. PHWR Programme • Standardised design of 700 MWe plant having enhanced safety features, including post-Fukushima upgrades • Seismic designs for rock sites and soil sites • Plant detailed engineering in digitised form

  9. Stages in Nuclear Power Project Implementation CRITICALITY Power Operation Engineering Pre-project Activities Financial Sanction In-principle approval Procurement Construction & Commissioning 4 to 6 Years 1 to 2 Years 6 To 7 Years 11 To 15 Years • Land Acquisition • MoEF Clearance • Geological & Seismo-tectonic studies • Siting Clearance • Site-specific seismic parameters • Supply of Major Equipment

  10. What needs to be done… • Reduce time for pre-project activities • Encourage and support the National Institutes to carry out geological & seismo-tectonic studies in a time bound manner • Expeditious land acquisition – Government support • Policy decision on advance procurement of long-delivery equipment for the projects approved in-principle • Financial support from Government The programme needs to be implemented in a National mission mode.

  11. Thank You