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Nuclear Power in Sweden – Prospects for the Future. Forum for the Future of Nuclear Energy Strassbourg, January 19, 2006 VATTENFALL Group Generation Nordic, Business Development Martin Luthander. Outline. Vattenfall Group Energy background, the nuclear programme and politics

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nuclear power in sweden prospects for the future

Nuclear Power in Sweden – Prospects for the Future

Forum for the Future of Nuclear Energy

Strassbourg, January 19, 2006

VATTENFALL Group

Generation Nordic, Business Development

Martin Luthander

outline

Outline

Vattenfall Group

Energy background, the nuclear programme and politics

NordPool – the electricity market

Efforts on increasing knowledge

where we op erate
Where we operate

Main markets:

Finland

Germany

Poland

Sweden

Hydro power

Nuclear power

Thermal power/other

Thermal power/lignite

Network operations

Transmission operations

Partly-owned networks

our core values

Effectiveness

Accountability

Openness

Our core values
our vision
Our vision

Being a leading company means that Vattenfall must be number one for the customer, the environment and the economy.

- A leading European energy company

our mission
Our mission

Vattenfall´s mission is to enhance itscustomers´ competitiveness and quality of life through efficient energy solutions and world-class service

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Outline

Vattenfall Group

Energy background, the nuclear programme and politics

NordPool – the electricity market

Efforts on increasing knowledge

commercial nuclear power

Agreement 1991

Agreement 1997

Chernobyl

Referendum

Three Mile Island

Commercial nuclear power

MW

12000

10000

8000

6000

4000

2000

X

0

2040

2044

1972

1976

1980

1984

1988

1992

1996

2000

2004

2008

2012

2016

2020

2024

2028

2032

2036

commercial nuclear power13

Agreement 1991

Agreement 1997

Chernobyl

Referendum

Three Mile Island

Commercial nuclear power

MW

12000

10000

1997 agreement on energy policy

Barsebäck 1 to be shut down in July 1998 - unconditionally

Barsebäck 2 to be shut down in July 2001 given that the production (4TWh) is replaced by:

Renewables or decreased demand

The year 2010 for final phase out (25 years of operation) is taken away.

8000

6000

4000

2000

X

0

2040

2044

1972

1976

1980

1984

1988

1992

1996

2000

2004

2008

2012

2016

2020

2024

2028

2032

2036

commercial nuclear power14

Agreement 1991

Agreement 1997

Chernobyl

Referendum

Three Mile Island

Commercial nuclear power

MW

Decision October 4 2004

12000

10000

8000

6000

4000

2000

X

0

Strengthened regulations makes extended lifetime possible

2040

2044

1972

1976

1980

1984

1988

1992

1996

2000

2004

2008

2012

2016

2020

2024

2028

2032

2036

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Outline

Vattenfall Group

Energy background, the nuclear programme and politics

NordPool – the electricity market

Efforts on increasing knowledge

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Electricity consumption

Sweden 146 TWh 45.2 TWh

Finland87 TWh 6.2 TWh

Denmark 35 TWh 1.1 TWh

Norway 120 TWh 1.4 TWh

Consumption

Vattenfall

388 TWh

(2004´)

327 aktörer

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Gas Turbines

Oil

Coal

Condensers

20 €/ton

10 €/ton

Back Pressure

5 €/ton

Nuclear Power

Hydropower

Demand

Capacity and demand in the Nordic region

€/MWh

40

20

TWh/year

Capacity

0

200

300

0

1

00

400

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Outline

Vattenfall Group

Energy background, the nuclear programme and politics

NordPool – the electricity market

Efforts on increasing knowledge

efforts to ensure a common base for dialogue
Efforts to ensure a common base for dialogue
  • Long term domestic
          • A network of about 300 young politicians, academic professionals and representatives from the basic and power industry
  • Exchange within the nuclear industry
    • Long term
          • Young Generation
          • ENS YGN
    • Short term
          • IYNC, International Youth Nuclear Congress
          • WNU, World Nuclear University
thank you for your attention
Thank you for your attention

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