* 搜尋
* 核能資訊中心
* 中心簡介
* 日本福島核災專區
* 相關資訊
國際核能現況 : Zaporozhe 3 enters next 10 years of operation
發表人 nicenter 於 2017/11/8 9:30:15 (49 人讀取)

Ukraine yesterday restarted unit 3 of its Zaporozhe nuclear power plant following a 264-day outage for modernisation work required to extend its operation by 10 years to 2027. Operator Energoatom received the licence to extend the operations of the unit from the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate last week.

Zaporozhe's six units (Image: Energoatom)

Zaporozhe is Europe's biggest nuclear power plant, comprising six units with a total combined capacity of 6,000 MWe. The units were commissioned in 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989 and 1995, respectively.

Energoatom said yesterday that five of Zaporozhe's six units are now operating since unit 1 is undergoing scheduled maintenance work. Work to upgrade unit 3 fully complies with International Atomic Energy Agency safety standards, Ukrainian nuclear regulation, and global experience of extending the operating period of nuclear facilities, the company added.

Alexander Ostapovets, general director of the Zaporozhe plant, noted in the company statement that three of the units were now operating under extended licences. Describing the plant as "pioneering" in prolonging the operation of a V-320 reactor, he added that the restart of unit 3 meant half of the plant's reactors were now in service beyond their original licence period.

"We have crossed the halfway point and are only going to increase the pace, using this accumulated experience, because the extension will safely produce several tens of billions of kilowatt-hours of electricity, thereby ensuring the energy stability of the country," he said.

Ukraine has 15 nuclear units in commercial operation at four sites - Khmelnitsky, Rovno, South Ukraine and Zaporozhe - which are all operated by state-owned Energoatom. The units comprise 13 VVER-1000s and two VVER-440s with a total capacity of 13,835 MWe.

Seven of these are operating beyond their original operating licence - Zaporozhe 1, 2 and 3; South Ukraine 1 and 2; and Rovno and 2.

Researched and written
by World Nuclear News


2018/3/23 14:20:49 - Drones to venture into Fukushima containment vessels
2018/3/23 14:19:53 - IEA sees record energy sector emissions in 2017
2018/3/23 14:11:02 - Pipe robot aids enrichment plant decommissioning
2018/3/21 14:51:19 - 今(20)日17時22分嘉義地區規模5.2有感地震,各核能電廠皆正常運作,原能會持續監控電廠運轉安全
2018/3/21 14:44:45 - 深澳計畫14日環評修正通過 台電:新機組排放接近燃氣標準 兼顧供電與環保
2018/3/21 14:41:51 - Chalk River laboratory request for proposals issued
2018/3/21 14:38:10 - Reactor vessel installation under way at Hongyanhe 5
2018/3/21 14:30:39 - Court rules against bid to halt Ohma construction
2018/3/16 14:35:17 - 龍門電廠燃料束預計最快6月起陸續運回美國原廠 拆解再利用
2018/3/16 14:33:58 - 深澳電廠更新計畫 台電:採最先進USC燃煤機組 取供電環保平衡
2018/3/16 14:31:01 - Amano commends Pakistan nuclear safety and security
2018/3/16 14:30:00 - Ohi 3 reaches critical milestone in restart
2018/3/16 14:26:19 - NRC issues confirmatory order for Entergy violations
2018/3/14 14:14:33 - 311七週年 台電:持續推動核電除役、核廢處理與能源轉型
2018/3/14 14:13:29 - Regulator approves Fessenheim 2 steam generator
2018/3/14 14:11:43 - Westinghouse ready to supply VVER-440 fuel
2018/3/14 14:10:00 - Russia brings Chinese funding into uranium mining
2018/3/9 14:16:39 - Russia discusses African nuclear power prospects
2018/3/9 14:10:45 - India plans tenfold uranium output growth
2018/3/9 14:09:42 - China to start building up to eight reactors in 2018


今天: 15
昨天: 61
本月: 2249
總計: 516766

30013 新竹市光復路二段101號 創新育成中心三樓309室 電話:(03)571-1808 傳真:(03)572-5461 Email: nicenter@nicenter.org.tw