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[en] Slovenske elektrarne, a subsidiary of the ENEL Group, finished Mochovce NPP Unit 2 general outage on 28 October by re-phasing the generators to the electric grid. This mid-term outage took a longer time than usual, and was the last outage of this year´s planned general outages of Slovak nuclear power plants. The mid-term outage was exceptional because of the external reactor pressure vessel inspection performed once every 8 years.
[en] The Suppliers’ Day has become an exceptional opportunity to take a look at the fruits of our work, as well as the issues we face, to look for solutions how to remedy them, and to explain all the changes affecting our business. It stands for a call to make cooperation better, in these words the director for procurement of Slovenske elektrarne, Giorgio Tatta, opened the event at ITC Mochovce, held on May 14. According to the CEO and the Chairman of the Board of Directors for SE, Nicola Cotugno, it represents an opportunity to talk so as to head towards a common target and clarify joint priorities. The company is still doing well, even though the market conditions are getting tougher. The market has indeed become a great challenge. We must keep getting better. This is not a crisis, but a new situation that we have to come to terms with.
[en] MO34 is a strategic project both for SE and Slovakia. It has significant direct, indirect and induced economic benefits, and is also the guarantee of Slovakia´s energy self-sufficiency, renewal of industrial infrastructure, carbon-free production, and scientific and research development. The share of individual countries in contracts is 54% from Slovakia, 21% from the Czech Republic and one tenth from Italy. Based on time schedule, the MO34 project is being implemented better than the other two projects in Europe.
[en] Jaroslav Holubec is the new Director for Generation at Slovenske elektrarne. What are your feelings upon leaving the position of Nuclear Power Plants Operations Director? Satisfied that the position will be taken over by someone who can do the job. The point of creating a unit for the operation of nuclear power plants back in 2010 was to implement changes in the running of a nuclear establishment, changes in processes, as well as changes in people’s minds. At present the architecture of the organizational structure is such that the power plant can receive effective support in terms of specific nuclear processes. It was even John Moares, the former chairman of the International Advisory Board of SE for nuclear safety, who said that many nuclear power companies would envy our corporate structure with a training unit and people working at the plants. He perceived the fact that SE enabled this as progress. So, now we have a well-functioning organization, and from July 1 I will hand over the running of the nuclear power plant operation to the current director of the Bohunice V2 nuclear power plant, Milan Molnar. His position will be filled by the manager for works, Martin Mraz.
[en] Miroslav Zilka, 25-years old nuclear physicist, became another locality inspector supervising operated units of Mochovce NPP. He comes from Levice, and graduated from local Secondary School of Andrej Vrabel. Then he decided to study nuclear physics in 2007 - 2012 at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Department of Nuclear Reactors. The locality inspector´s tasks include mainly the state supervision of the nuclear safety of Research and innovation will be two of the key elements of the proposed European Energy Union supporting technologies to drive European power transformation including renewable energy sources, intelligent nets, trapping and storage of hydrogen and nuclear, said Miguel Arias Canete, E U Commissioner for climate change and energy in Washington. The European Committee will present the details of the Power Union in late February. He said Europe will “double its effort” to diversify power supplies, resources, and routes in order to ensure secure energy. Nuc Net nuclear installations; it focuses on primary and secondary circuit systems and safety systems, including their sub-systems and I and C and power supply, independent performance of expert specialised works requiring the analysis of nuclear safety issues of the nuclear installations, and the review and assessment of documentation submitted to NRA SR.
[en] The first meeting of the analytical group of WANO Moscow centre was held in Moscow. The Slovak Republic was represented by two persons. Another 15 were from Russia, Ukraine, Finland, and Hungary. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Michail Čudakov, MC WANO director. Power plants with the lowest ranking will be subject to increased focus, and support will be offered for the implementation of corrective actions above the scope of standard support.
[en] The general assembly of SE, a company of the ENEL Group, held in Bratislava on May 25, approved the financial results for 2014 and elected new members of the board of directors and supervisory board. Our strong results confirm that the strategy for increasing efficiency across all the company’s activities has been correct, and that our trading in the market and management of the deployment of various types of power plants are successful, despite a further decline in electricity prices, said CEO and chairman of the board of directors for SE, Nicola Cotugno. He also added: In 2015 we will continue activities focused on attaining similarly favourable results and our investment strategy, where completion of the third and fourth units of Mochovce nuclear power plant is our strategic priority.
[en] Director of the Mochovce NPP MR. Jaroslav Holubec during September 22 - 27, 2005 participated in the peer review of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) on the Bilibin NPP (Russian Federation). As a 'Senior representative' he represented the Moscow Center of the WANO (MC WANO) with the aim to investigate of situation in the NPP. The peer review has confirmed the high quality of the Bilibin NPP. (author)
[en] Rephasing of T G 1 to the grid on 14 May finished the short (standard) unit 4 outage in EBO V-2, which took from 26 April. It was 0.4 day shorter than the planned 19 days. It was the second base repair of units in Slovak nuclear power plants this year, and the 29"t"h general overhaul of this specific unit with partial refuelling. (author)
[en] Nuclear Island, Civil and reconstruction works: Unit 3 and common systems. Installation of anchoring plates in selected rooms, installation of hermetic piping / cable penetrations, dismantling and refurbishment of HVAC hermetic penetrations, installation of pipelines and equipment (valves, electric and I and C system) in the steam generator box, in the RCP electric drives attendance room, in the emergency core cooling system rooms, HVAC installation in the reactor hall and ventilation stack, seismic reinforcement of systems Unit 4. Installation of postament stiffeners for concreting and installation of embedded components, HVAC installation in the reactor hall, installation of components for shaft No. 1, installation of lower biological shield, limiters and live steam and feedwater pipelines in the steam generator box, continuing activities in the bubble condenser room at all levels, installation of supports and cable trays in the switchboards room.