На Хмельницькій АЕС розпочала роботу місія технічної підтримки Всесвітньої асоціації операторів атомних електростанцій

2017-05-22

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22 травня поточного року на Хмельницькій АЕС розпочала роботу місія технічної підтримки Всесвітньої асоціації операторів атомних електростанцій. З 22 по 26 травня  експерти із Великобританії, США, Словаччини, Болгарії, Вірменії та України знайомитимуться із діяльністю енергетичного підприємства та презентуватимуть свої кращі напрацювання.

Система мотивації персоналу з виявлення малозначимих подій; виконання процедур з моніторингу і оцінки ефективності програми корегувальних заходів; система контролю якості і результатів обходів обладнання; критерії та методи оцінки, кращі світові практики з використання  внутрішнього досвіду експлуатації і управління малозначущими подіями – основні напрямки роботи місії.

Вітаючи міжнародних експертів, генеральний директор ВП ХАЕС Микола Панащенко наголосив на важливості впровадження кращого досвіду експлуатації і управління малозначущими подіями для персоналу підприємства.

За словами керівника програми Андрія Підопригори, тематика місії, що пов’язана з досвідом експлуатації, актуальна для атомних станцій всього світу. Експерти місії технічної підтримки, до складу якої увійшли представники трьох регіональних центрів ВАО АЕС, зібрали кращий загальносвітовий досвід, яким ділитимуться протягом тижня із  персоналом  Хмельницької АЕС.
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На Хмельницькій АЕС відбудеться громадське обговорення

2017-05-22

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ANNOUNCEMENT: On May 25, an information briefing for mass media will be held at Khmelnytsky NPP within public discussions of the project "Report on Environmental Assessment of Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Programme for NPP Units of Ukraine in 2012-2016".

As per Energy Strategy of Ukraine untill 2030 approved by the Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine # 1071-r on July 24, 2013, State Enterprise NNEGC "Energoatom" implements Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Programme for NPP Units of Ukraine (CCSUP) which is aimed at sustainable improvement of nuclear safety, efficient and reliable work of power industry, safety upgrading of Ukrainian NPPs to the level that meets internationally recognized requirements to nuclear safety and environmental protection.

Main objectives of the Programme are:
•    to improve safety and reliability of NPP operation;
•    to reduce risks of NPP accidents during a natural disaster or other emergencies;
•    to improve management of design bases accidents and beyond the design bases accidents at nuclear power plants as well as minimization of their consequences.

CCSUP is approved by the resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine № 1270 on December 07, 2011. In 2015, by amendments to the resolution the deadline was set to complete the Programme by the end of 2020 (Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine №1270, September 30, 2015).

Approximate funding of the Programme amounts to 20,101 bln hryvnias (including VAT).

CCSUP is funded at the expense of NNEGC Energoatom's funds as well as loanable funds provided by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom).

Between 2012 and 2014, NNEGC Energoatom carried out activity to attract assistance from international credit institutions to fund the CCSUP measures. As a result, it was decided to cooperate with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) for crediting.
The Law of Ukraine # 1267-VII, February 15, 2014, ratified the "Guarantee Agreement between Ukraine and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development" (Ukraine: Complex (Consolidated) Safety Upgrade Programme for NPP Units of Ukraine) which provides credit in the amount of three hundred million euros.

These international treaties provide for implementation of "Environmental and Social Activity Plan". One of the environmental measures is to conduct every 5 years an environmental assessment of CCSUP implementation.
The environmental assessment is aimed at examining impacts on the environment which are resulting from implementation of CCSUP measures. The assessment does not include assessment of impact from construction of new nuclear facilities, increasing capacities of existing nuclear facilities, and lifetime extension of power units of existing NPPs.

The first CCSUP Environmental Assessment was performed in 2011 by an independent international team of experts from «Poyry» Company (Finland, France, Switzerland, Germany), Ukrainian Centre for Environmental and Water Projects, AESKAR Company (Ukraine). CCSUP Environmental Assessment was performed in line with EBRD Environmental and Social Policy, EU environmental legislation, e.g. European Directive 2001/42/ЕС, and with due consideration of the best international experience. Stakeholder Involvement Plan, Scope Identification Report,   CCSUP Environmental Assessment Report and related Statement on environmental consequences of CCSUP implementation were published and are available at official web-site of NNEGC Energoatom: http://www.energoatom.kiev.ua/ua/actvts/integrated_security_program/

This Report contains results of Environmental Impact Re-Assessment due to CCSUP implementation (with consideration of CCSUP updates in 2012-2016, its measures implemented within this period, and actual changes in operational conditions of operating NPPs, environmental conditions, and environmental monitoring procedures, which were made after completion of the previous CCSUP Environmental Assessment).

On May 25, 2017 at 11 a.m. KhNPP Information Centre will conduct an info briefing for mass media at the following address: 6 Lisova Str., Netishyn. The briefing will be held within the framework of public discussion of Draft Report on Environmental Assessment of the Complex Consolidated Safety Upgrade Program for Ukrainian NPPs for the Period of 2012-2016.

Contact phones of KhNPP Information Centre: (03842) 40546, 63713
e-mail: pr@khnpp.atom.gov.ua

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Results of Emission Monitoring

2017-05-22

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Emission from 15.05.2017 to 22.05.2017

Emission MPE, %
long-lived nuclides 0.0029
Inert gases 0.0728
Iodine 0.0007

Ionizing radiation background on the industrial site and adjacent area has not changed. Its level corresponds to normal operation of the units and does not exceed natural background values
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44.04 mln. kWh was generated on the previous day

2017-05-22

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On May 22, 2017, the 1st unit's power is 1002 MW. Daily generation of electricity is 24.1 million kWh and 446.75 since the beginning of month.
The 2nd unit's power is 972 MW. Daily generation of electricity is 19.94 million kWh and 504.89 since the beginning of month.
Ionizing radiation background on the industrial site and adjacent area has not changed. Its level corresponds to normal operation of the units and does not exceed natural background values.

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