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  • - NERS 2016 -

    EDF Presentation

    Prague,

    November, 9th 2016

    Patrick ZAK EDF SA

    New Nuclear Projects and Engineering

    Pre development & Marketing Director

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    SUMMARY

    1.EPR Technology and Safety Principles

    2.Licensing

    3.Localization

    4.Financing

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    1. EPR TECHNOLOGY A PROVEN AND EVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY

     Evolutionary design based on the most advanced French and German technologies, N4 & Konvoi

     Large Power: 4,590 MWth, 1,650 MWe

     High efficiency: up to 37%

     Target Design Availability: 92% (EUR methodology)

     Lower operating costs: -20%

     Low fuel costs: -15% U consumption

     Design service life: 60 years

    A proven design, based on the most powerful

    reactors operating in Europe

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    The EPR reactor is designed to resist to exceptional events

    and prevent damage to the surroundings

    The Design of the Safety Systems is based on Redundancy, Diversity

    and Complementarity

    spray nozzles

    x x

    x

    x

    FL flow limiter

    CHRS

    water level in case of water injection into spreading compartment

    (2x)

    passive

    spreading compartment

    melt flooding via cooling device and lateral gap

    in-containment refueling water storage tank

    flooding device

    Complementarity (between active and

    passive systems)

    Diversity (against

    Common Cause

    Failures)

    Redundancy (against

    single failure)

    4 train systems in

    4 Safeguard Buildings

    1

    2 3 4

    Diversified Emergency

    Diesel Generators

    Core Catcher &

    Containment Spray

    1. EPR SAFETY PRINCIPLES Reactor safety approach

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    Diesel building door

     Double wall, up to 1.8m thick

     Large commercial airplane crash resistant:

    External reinforced concrete containment

    protecting critical buildings

     High earthquake resistance

     Doors able to withstand explosions

    and flooding

    Ability to withstand extreme external events

    Airplane Crash

    resistance shell

    Common raft for

    nuclear island

    1. EPR SAFETY PRINCIPLES Designed to meet the most demanding nuclear and industrial safety standards

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     Independent cooling trains

    + physical separation

     6 protected, redundant and

    diversified emergency

    diesel generators

     Large protected water reserves

    Robustness of cooling functions

    IRWST2 (1800 m3)

    EFWS1 tanks

    (4x400 m3)

    Fire fighting

    tank

    (2600 m3)

    1: EFWS Emergency Feed Water System

    2: IRWST In Containment Refueling Water Storage Tank

    1. EPR SAFETY PRINCIPLES Designed to meet the most demanding nuclear and industrial safety standards

     Core catcher to collect and cool the

    corium

     Passive hydrogen recombiners to

    avoid H2 detonation

    No impact on local populations in the event of

    serious accident

    Reactor pit

    IRWST

    Spreading area

    Sacrificial concrete

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    Construction license granted in 4 countries

    Design license well advanced in US

    In line with the safety objectives of the Western European Nuclear Regulators‘ Association (WENRA)

    2. LICENSING A design already assessed and licensed by various independent

    bodies and safety authorities, worldwide

    NNSA 国家核安全局

    A smoother licensing phase supported by experienced team

    involved in numerous licensing contexts

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    http://annual-report.asn.fr/index.html http://www.nrc.gov/index.html

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    3 LOCALIZATION Distinct areas and levels offering opportunities for a wide range of

    supply and jobs

    Within a wide range of opportunities in Engineering,

    Procurement, Construction, Operating & Maintenance

    Balance of Plant

    10%

    Conventional

    Island

    20%

    Nuclear Island

    40%

    Civil & marine

    works

    30%

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    1. Sourcing – Establish the master supplier list – Initiate first contact visits – Send Request For Interest (RFI)

    2. Pre-selection – Preselect suppliers according to RFI feedback analysis – Visit supplier for pre-assessment (quality management,

    design, manufacturing, etc.)

    3. Pre-Qualification – Define action plan and follow-up – Carry out product or process qualification tests as necessary – Send a blank RFQ for detailed technical assessment

    4. Qualification – Approve supplier once qualification is satisfactory before the

    contract is signed (Approved Vendor List)

    Steps

    1. Sourcing

    2. Pre-selection

    3. Pre-Qualification

    4. Qualification

    Approved Vendor List

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    NPCIL or French team

    NPCIL or French team

    French team support

    French team support

    Go

    3 LOCALIZATION A step by step and robust Suppliers Qualification Process

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    4. FINANCING Nuclear power plant project key bankability requirements

    KEY NON FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

    NUCLEAR SAFETY FIRST !

    KEY FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

    Strong support from the State

    to provide visibility on long-term political

    commitment at national and local levels

    Shareholders’ reputation

    and Financial strength Proven / Approved Technology

    Strong and stable legal and regulatory

    framework

    Nuclear project management & operational

    experience of the Owner/Operator

    Key stakeholders support

    including Unions and Public Acceptance

    solid integration of environmental and

    social impacts

    Long term visibility and certainty on

    revenues during operations

    Experienced main contractors with in-

    house design capabilities

    KEY BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS

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    4. FINANCING Sources and possible financing mix for the investment

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    Development

    Phase

    Construction

    Phase

    Decommissioning

    Phase

    Operation Phase

    FID First

    concrete

    pouring

    End of loan

    reimbursement

    Shareholders' Equity

    Commercial banks

    Multilateral banks, development banks

    Export Credit Agencies

    Pension /

    Infrastructure /

    Sovereign funds Refinancing options Owner-Operator

    State-linked financial institutions

    Purely financial investors

    Investment covers engineering and construction costs, owner’s costs, debt interests,

    long-term liabilities (decommissioning, waste and spent fuel management)

    Building of decommissioning funding through

    provisions

    Decommissioning

    funding drawdown

    Commercial

    Operation Date

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    Thank you for

    your attention