R E F E R E N C E D A T A S E R I E S No.

2

April 2006

Nuclear Power
Reactors
in the World

REFERENCE DATA SERIES No. 2

NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS
IN THE WORLD
April 2006 Edition

INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY
VIENNA, 2006

NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS IN THE WORLD
IAEA, VIENNA, 2006
IAEA-RDS-2/26
ISBN 92–0–106906–5
ISSN 1011–2642
Printed by the IAEA in Austria
May 2006

CONTENTS
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Definitions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Table 1. Nuclear power reactors in operation and
under construction, 31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . . . 8
Table 2. Reactor types and net electrical power,
reactors connected to the grid,
31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Table 3. Reactor types and net electrical power,
reactors under construction,
31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Table 4. Construction starts during 2005 . . . . . . . . . 13
Table 5. Connections to the grid during 2005 . . . . . 14
Table 6. Scheduled connections to the grid
during 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Table 7. Reactor years experience,
up to 31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Table 8. Reactor units and net electrical power,
1970 to 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Table 9. Scheduled construction starts
during 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Table 10. Reactors in operation,
31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Table 11. Reactors under construction,
31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Table 12. Reactors shut down, 31 Dec. 2005 . . . . . . . 46
Table 13. Annual construction starts and
connections to the grid, 1955 to 2005 . . . . . 53
Table 14. Average construction time span . . . . . . . . . . 54
Table 15. Cumulative performance factors by
reactor category up to 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Table 16. Average full outage statistics
during 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Table 17. Causes of full outages during 2004 . . . . . . . 58
Table 18. Causes of full outages, 1971 to 2004 . . . . . 60
Table 19. Countries – abbreviations
and summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Table 20. Reactor types – abbreviations
and summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Table 21. Operators – abbreviations
and summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Table 22. NSSS suppliers – abbreviations
and summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Figure 1. Nuclear reactors by type and
net electrical power (as of 31 Dec. 2005) . . . 76
Figure 2. Reactors under construction by type and
net electrical power (as of 31 Dec. 2005) . . . 77
Figure 3. Nuclear share of electricity generation
(as of 31 Dec. 2005) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Figure 4. Average construction time span
(as of 31 Dec. 2005) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Figure 5. Number of reactors in operation by age
(as of 31 Dec. 2005) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Figure 6. Annual construction starts and
connections to the grid (1955–2005) . . . . . . 81

INTRODUCTION
This is the twenty-sixth edition of Reference Data
Series No. 2, Nuclear Power Reactors in the World, which
is published once per year, to present the most recent
reactor data available to the Agency. It contains the following summarized information:
– General information as of the end of 2005 on power
reactors operating or under construction, and shut
down;
– Performance data on reactors operating in the
Agency’s Member States, as reported to the IAEA.
The Agency’s Power Reactor Information System
(PRIS) is a comprehensive data source on nuclear power
reactors in the World. It includes specification and performance history data of operating reactors as well as
reactors under construction or reactors being decommissioned. PRIS data are collected by the Agency through
the designated national correspondents of Member
States.
PRIS outputs are available in the annual publications
and on the PRIS web site
www.iaea.org/programmes/a2.
Detail outputs are accessible to registered users through
on-line applications. Enquiries should be addressed to:
Director
Division of Nuclear Power
International Atomic Energy Agency
Wagramer Strasse 5, P.O. Box 100
A-1400 Vienna, Austria

5

DEFINITIONS
Performance Factors

EAF (%) =

UCF (%) =

LF (%)

=

(REG – PEL – UEL – XEL)
REG
(REG – PEL – UEL)
REG
EG
REG

× 100

× 100

× 100

where

EAF
UCF
LF

is the energy availability factor, expressed in
per cent.
is the unit capability factor, expressed in per
cent.
is the load factor, expressed in per cent.

REG

reference energy generation: is the net electrical energy [MW·h], which would have been
supplied when a unit is continuously operated
at the reference unit power during the entire reference period.

PEL

planned energy loss: is the energy [MW·h] that
was not supplied during the period because of
planned shutdowns or load reductions due to
causes under plant management control.
Energy losses are considered planned if they
are scheduled at least four weeks in advance.

UEL

unplanned energy loss: the energy [MW·h] that
was not supplied during the period because of
unplanned shutdowns, outage extensions, or

6

load reductions due to causes under plant management control. Energy losses are considered
to be unplanned if they are not scheduled at
least four weeks in advance.
XEL

external energy loss: the energy [MW·h], that
was not supplied due to constraints reducing
plant availability and being beyond plant management control.

EG

the net electrical energy supplied during the reference period as measured at the unit outlet
terminals, i.e. after deducting the electrical
energy taken by unit auxiliaries and the losses
in transformers that are considered integral
parts of the unit.

Construction Start
Date when first major placing of concrete, usually for the
base mat of the reactor building, is done.
First Criticality
Date when the reactor is made critical for the first time.
Grid Connection
Date when the plant is first connected to the electrical grid
for the supply of power. After this date, the plant is considered to be in operation.
Commercial Operation
Date when the plant is handed over by the contractors to
the owner and declared officially to be in commercial
operation.
Shutdown
Date when the plant is officially declared to be shut down
by the owner and taken out of operation permanently.
Units and Energy Conversion
1 terawatt-hour [TW·h] = 106 megawatt-hours [MW·h].
For an average power plant,
1 TW·h = 0.39 megatonnes of coal equivalent (input)
= 0.23 megatonnes of oil equivalent (input).

7

8

TABLE 1. NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS IN OPERATION AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 31 DEC. 2005
Reactors in Operation
Country

No of
Units

Total
MW(e)

ARGNTINA
ARMENIA
BELGIUM
BRAZIL

2
1
7
2

935
376
5801
1901

BULGARIA
CANADA
CHINA
CZECH R.

4
18
9
6

2722
12599
6572
3368

FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
HUNGARY

4
59
17
4

INDIA
IRAN
JAPAN
KOREA RP
LITHNIA
MEXICO
NETHLNDS
PAKISTAN

1
2
1
2

1185
1310
449
425

Reactors under Construction
No of
Units

Total
MW(e)
1

Total Operating Experience
to 31 Dec. 2005
Years

Months

692

6.37
2.50
45.34
9.85

6.92
42.74
55.63
2.46

54
38
205
29

7
3
7
3

17.34
86.83
50.33
23.25

44.10
14.63
2.03
30.52

137
534
56
86

3
7
11
10

22.33
430.90
154.61
13.02

32.91
78.46
30.98
37.15

107
1464
683
82

4
2
5
2

2

1906

3

3000

2676
63363
20339
1755

1

1600

15

3040

56
20

47839
16810

8
1
1

3602
915
866

1

Nuclear Electricity
Supplied in 2005
% of
TW(e).h
Total

300

15.73

2.83

280.67
139.29

29.33
44.67

252
0
1231
259

0
0
8
8

10.30
10.80
3.77
2.41

69.59
5.01
3.91
2.80

39
27
61
39

6
11
0
10

TABLE 1. NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS IN OPERATION AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactors in Operation
Country

No of
Units

Total
MW(e)

Reactors under Construction
No of
Units

Total
MW(e)

ROMANIA
RUSSIA
S.AFRICA
SLOVAKIA

1
31
2
6

655
21743
1800
2442

1
4

SLOVENIA
SPAIN
SWEDEN
SWITZRLD

1
9
10
5

656
7588
8910
3220

UK
UKRAINE
USA

23
15
104

11852
13107
99210

2

Total

443

369552

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Note: The total includes the following data in Taiwan, China:
— 6 units, 4904 MW(e) in operation; 2 units, 2600 MW(e) under construction;
— 38.4 TW(e).h of nuclear electricity generation, representing 20.25% of the total electricity generated there;
— 146 years 1 month of total operating experience.
The total share is related only to the countries with NPPs in operation.

655
3775

Nuclear Electricity
Supplied in 2005
% of
TW(e).h
Total

Total Operating Experience
to 31 Dec. 2005
Years

Months

5.11
137.27
12.24
16.34

8.58
15.78
5.52
56.06

9
870
42
112

6
4
3
6

5.61
54.70
70.00
22.11

42.36
19.56
46.67
32.09

24
237
332
153

3
2
6
10

1900

75.17
83.29
780.47

19.86
48.48
19.33

1377
308
3079

8
6
8

21811

2626.35

19.28

12086

2

9

10

TABLE 2. REACTOR TYPES AND NET ELECTRICAL POWER, REACTORS CONNECTED TO THE GRID, 31 DEC. 2005
Country
ARGNTINA
ARMENIA
BELGIUM
BRAZIL
BULGARIA
CANADA
CHINA
CZECH R.

PWR
PWR-WWER
No. MW(e) No. MW(e)

7
2

5801
1901

7

5272

FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
HUNGARY

58
11

INDIA
JAPAN
KOREA RP
LITHNIA

23
16

MEXICO
NETHLNDS
PAKISTAN
ROMANIA

1
1

449
300

RUSSIA
S.AFRICA
SLOVAKIA

2

1800

1

376

4

2722

6

3368

2

976

63130
13968
4

BWR
No. MW(e)

2

1700

6

6371

2
28

300
23909

ABWR
No. MW(e)

GCR
No. MW(e)

No.

AGR
MW(e)

PHWR
No. MW(e)
2

935

18
2

12599
1300

LWGR
No. MW(e)

FBR
MW(e)

1

233

(*)1

246

1755

18425
14231

4

13

2740

4

2579

5259
1

2

(*) Long term shutdown (Monju).

No.

1310
1
1

15

10964

6

2442

1185

125
655
15

10219

1

560

Total
No. MW(e)
2
1
7
2

935
376
5801
1901

4
18
9
6

2722
12599
6572
3368

4
59
17
4

2676
63363
20339
1755

15
56
20
1

3040
47839
16810
1185

2
1
2
1

1310
449
425
655

31
2
6

21743
1800
2442

TABLE 2. REACTOR TYPES AND NET ELECTRICAL POWER, REACTORS CONNECTED TO THE GRID, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Country

PWR
PWR-WWER
No. MW(e) No. MW(e)

SLOVENIA
SPAIN
SWEDEN
SWITZRLD

1
7
3
3

656
6078
2692
1700

UK
UKRAINE
USA

1

1188

TOTAL

2
7
2
15

69

65984

214

205375

BWR
No. MW(e)

53

ABWR
No. MW(e)

GCR
No. MW(e)

No.

AGR
MW(e)

PHWR
No. MW(e)

LWGR
No. MW(e)

No.

FBR
MW(e)

1510
6218
1520
8

2284

14

8380

8

2284

14

8380

13107

35710

35

33226

90

79168

The totals include 6 units (4 BWR and 2 PWR), 4904 MW(e) in Taiwan, China.
During 2005, 4 reactors, 2752 MW(e) were newly connected to the grid.

4

5259

41

20933

16

11404

3

1039

Total
No. MW(e)
1
9
10
5

656
7588
8910
3220

23
15
104

11852
13107
99210

443

369552

11

12

TABLE 3. REACTOR TYPES AND NET ELECTRICAL POWER, REACTORS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 31 DEC. 2005
Country

PWR
PWR-WWER
No. MW(e) No. MW(e)

ARGNTINA
BULGARIA
CHINA
FINLAND

1
1

1000
1600

INDIA
IRAN
JAPAN
PAKISTAN

1
1

866
300

ROMANIA
RUSSIA
UKRAINE
TOTAL

4

3766

2
2

1906
2000

2
1

1834
915

3
2

2850
1900

12

11405

BWR
No. MW(e)

(*) The totals include 2 ABWR units, 2600 MW(e) in Taiwan, China.
During 2005, 3 reactors (2900 MW(e)) started construction.

ABWR
No. MW(e)

(*)2

2600

GCR
No. MW(e)

No.

AGR
MW(e)

PHWR
No. MW(e)
1

692

5

1298

1

655

7

2645

LWGR
No. MW(e)

No.

1

1

925

1

925

1

FBR
MW(e)

470

470

Total
No. MW(e)
1
2
3
1

692
1906
3000
1600

8
1
1
1

3602
915
866
300

1
4
2

655
3775
1900

27

21811

TABLE 4. CONSTRUCTION STARTS DURING 2005
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

DFEC

2005-12

2010-7

2010-8

2010-12

Fram ANP

2005-8

CNNC

2005-12

2011-2

2011-4

2011-7

Code

Name

CHINA

CN -12

LINGAO 3

PWR

1000

FINLAND

FI -5

OLKILUOTO-3

PWR

1600

PAKISTAN

PK -3

CHASNUPP 2

PWR

300

During 2005, 3 reactors (2900 MW(e)) started construction.

1087 LDNPC
TVO
325 PAEC

13

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TABLE 5. CONNECTIONS TO THE GRID DURING 2005
Reactor

Country
Code

Type

Name

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

INDIA

IN -24

TARAPUR-4

PHWR

490

JAPAN

JP -58
JP -59

HIGASHI DORI 1 (TOHOKU)
SHIKA-2

BWR
ABWR

1067
1304

KOREA RP

KR -20

ULCHIN-6

PWR

During 2005, 4 reactors (3821 MW(e)) were newly connected to the grid.

960

540 NPCIL

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

NPCIL

2000-3

2005-3

2005-6

2005-9

1100 TOHOKU
1358 HOKURIKU

TOSHIBA
HITACHI

2000-11
2001-8

2005-1
2005-5

2005-3
2005-7

2005-12
2006-3

1000 KHNP

DHICKOPC

2000-9

2004-12

2005-1

2005-6

TABLE 6. SCHEDULED CONNECTIONS TO THE GRID DURING 2006
Reactor

Country

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

WWER
WWER

1000
1000

ASEA
AEE&ZAES

1999-10
2000-10

2005-12

2006-4
2006-11


NPCIL

2000-5

2006-7

2006-9

2007-1

ASE

1975-5

2006-6

2006-10

2006-12

Type

Code

Name

CN -10
CN -11

TIANWAN 1
TIANWAN 2

INDIA

IN -23

TARAPUR-3

PHWR

490

IRAN

IR -1

BUSHEHR-1

WWER

915

CHINA

During 2006, 4 reactors (3405 MW(e)) are expected to achieve grid connection.

1060 JNPC
1060 JNPC
540 NPCIL
1000 AEOI

15

16

TABLE 7. REACTOR YEARS EXPERIENCE, UP TO 31 DEC. 2005
Reactors Connected
to the Grid
Experience
Capacity
Years
Months
MW(e) Net

Country
No
ARGNTINA
ARMENIA
BELGIUM
BRAZIL

2
1
7
2

935
376
5801
1901

54
26
180
29

7
0
10
3

BULGARIA
CANADA
CHINA
CZECH R.

4
18
9
6

2722
12599
6572
3368

81
393
56
86

4
9
11
10

FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
HUNGARY

4
59
17
4

2676
63363
20339
1755

107
1244
406
82

4
11
2
2

INDIA
ITALY
JAPAN
KAZAKHS.
KOREA RP
LITHNIA
MEXICO
NETHLNDS

15

3040

252

0

56

47839

1162

0

20
1
2
1

16810
1185
1310
449

259
18
27
32

8
5
11
6

Shut Down
Reactors
Capacity
MW(e) Net

No

Experience
Years
Months

1
1

376
11

12
24

3
9

2
7

816
3046

55
140

11
10

11
19

3951
5944

219
277

3
3

4
3
1

1423
320
52

81
69
25

0
8
10

1

1185

21

1

1

55

28

6

Total, Operating
and Shut Down
Experience
Capacity
MW(e) Net
Years
Months

No

Cumulative
Generation
TW(e).h Net
to end 2005

2
2
8
2

935
752
5835
1901

54
38
205
29

7
3
7
3

161
67
1012
93

6
25
9
6

3538
15645
6572
3368

137
534
56
86

3
7
11
10

313
1922
265
273

4
70
36
4

2676
67314
26283
1755

107
1464
683
82

4
2
5
2

496
7919
3575
262

15
4
59
1

3040
1423
48159
52

252
81
1231
25

0
0
8
10

20
2
2
2

16810
2370
1310
504

259
39
27
61

8
6
11
0

225
5798
1534
165
117
115

TABLE 7. REACTOR YEARS EXPERIENCE, UP TO 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactors Connected
to the Grid
Experience
Capacity
Years
Months
MW(e) Net

Country
No

Shut Down
Reactors
Capacity
MW(e) Net

No

Experience
Years
Months

PAKISTAN
ROMANIA
RUSSIA
S.AFRICA

2
1
31
2

425
655
21743
1800

39
9
737
42

10
6
2
3

SLOVAKIA
SLOVENIA
SPAIN
SWEDEN

6
1
9
10

2442
656
7588
8910

108
24
218
269

4
3
11
6

1

110

4

2

1
3

480
1210

18
63

3

SWITZRLD
UK
UKRAINE
USA

5
23
15
104

3220
11852
13107
99210

153
634
254
2721

10
0
10
9

22
4
22

2454
3500
8770

743
53
357

Total

443

369552

9862

10

109

34489

2330

5

786

133

Note: The total includes the following data in Taiwan, China:
— reactors connected to the grid: 6 units, 4904 MW(e), 146 years 1 month;
— cumulative generation of 774 TW(e).h.
SUMMARY, AS OF 31 DECEMBER 2005:
— Total world operating experience is 12193 years for operating and shutdown reactors;
— Total cumulative generation is 51470.0 TW(e).h, or 20073.3 Megatonnes of coal equivalent, or 11838.1 Megatonnes of oil equivalent.

Total, Operating
and Shut Down
Experience
Capacity
MW(e) Net
Years
Months

No

Cumulative
Generation
TW(e).h Net
to end 2005

2
1
36
2

425
655
22529
1800

39
9
870
42

10
6
4
3

19
45
2841
227

7
1
10
13

2552
656
8068
10120

112
24
237
332

6
3
2
6

288
105
1204
1539

8
8
11

5
45
19
126

3220
14306
16607
107980

153
1377
308
3079

10
8
6
8

626
1681
1543
16266

2

552

404064

12193

0

51470

2

17

18

TABLE 8. REACTOR UNITS AND NET ELECTRICAL POWER, 1970 TO 2006
Country
ARGNTINA
ARMENIA
BELGIUM
BRAZIL
BULGARIA
CANADA
CHINA
CZECH R.
FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
HUNGARY
INDIA
IRAN
ITALY
JAPAN
KAZAKHS.
KOREA RP
LITHNIA
MEXICO

1970
No.
MW(e)

1975
No.
MW(e)

Number of Units and Net Capacity (MW(e)) Connected to the Grid at 31st Dec. of Each Year
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)

2005
No.
MW(e)

(2006)
No.
MW(e)

1

335

1

11

4

1798

1
2
4

335
752
1798

2
2
8
1

935
752
5812
626

2
1
7
1

935
376
5801
626

2
1
7
1

935
376
5801
626

2
1
7
2

935
376
5801
1901

2
1
7
2

935
376
5801
1901

2
1
7
2

935
376
5801
1901

2

228

2
7

816
2538

3
10

1224
5326

4
16

1632
9569

5
20

2585
13405

1

412

4

1663

6
21
3
4

3538
14398
2176
1663

6
14
3
5

3538
9998
2176
2588

4
18
9
6

2722
12599
6572
3368

4
18
9
6

2722
12599
6572
3368

2914
4232

4
22
19

2676
14556
10487

4
43
24
2

2676
38173
18575
878

4
56
21
4

2676
55998
21976
1755

4
56
19
4

2676
58573
21319
1755

4
59
19
4

2676
63363
21319
1755

4
59
17
4

2676
63363
20339
1755

4
59
17
4

2676
63363
20339
1755

8
8

1696
992

10
12

2

300

3

390

4

577

6

934

7

1136

10

1742

14

2550

15

3040

16
1

3530
915

3
5

563
1272

3
13

563
6305

4
23

1423
14980

3
33

1273
23636

41

30897

51

39897

53

43495

56

47839

56

47839

1

52

1
1

52
556

1
5
1

52
3580
1185

1
9
2
1

52
7220
2370
655

1
11
2
2

52
9120
2370
1310

16
2
2

12990
2370
1310

20
1
2

16810
1185
1310

20
1
2

16810
1185
1310

TABLE 8. REACTOR UNITS AND NET ELECTRICAL POWER, 1970 TO 2006 — continued
Country
NETHLNDS
PAKISTAN
ROMANIA
RUSSIA

1970
No.
MW(e)

1975
No.
MW(e)

Number of Units and Net Capacity (MW(e)) Connected to the Grid at 31st Dec. of Each Year
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)
No.
MW(e)

1

55

2
1

504
125

2
1

504
125

2
1

504
125

2
1

504
125

2
1

504
125

5

786

14

4261

20

8557

28

15802

29

18898

30

1800
1632
656
6020

2
4
1
9

1800
1632
656
7588

2
4
1
9

2005
No.
MW(e)

(2006)
No.
MW(e)

19848

1
2
1
30

449
425
655
19848

1
2
1
31

449
425
655
21743

1
2
1
31

449
425
655
21743

1800
1632
656
7588

2
6
1
9

1800
2442
656
7588

2
6
1
9

1800
2442
656
7588

2
6
1
9

1800
2442
656
7588

1

142

3

1068

3

1068

2
4
1
8

SWEDEN
SWITZRLD
UK
UKRAINE

1
1
27

10
365
3524

5
3
30

3366
1085
4738

8
4
33
3

5901
2055
7134
2031

12
5
38
10

10110
3220
10572
8057

12
5
37
15

10110
3220
12404
12832

12
5
35
15

10110
3220
12968
12857

11
5
33
13

9510
3220
12498
11207

10
5
23
15

8910
3220
11852
13107

10
5
23
15

8910
3220
11852
13107

USA

17

6347

53

37660

68

52826

93

80231

111

102871

109

102297

104

99210

104

99210

104

99210

WORLD

82

16291

168

72860

244

136967

366

254333

420

327670

436

346836

441

356154

443

369552

445

370980

S.AFRICA
SLOVAKIA
SLOVENIA
SPAIN

1

110

2

816

Note: The world total includes the following data in Taiwan, China:
— 1990: 6 units, 4904 MW(e); 1995: 6 units, 4904 MW(e); 2000: 6 units, 4904 MW(e); 2005: 6 units, 4904 MW(e).
Estimates for 2006 based on current expected grid connection dates for reactors under construction as of 31 December 2005.

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TABLE 9. SCHEDULED CONSTRUCTION STARTS DURING 2006
Reactor

Country
KOREA RP

Code

Name

KR -21

SHIN-KORI-1

During 2006, 1 reactor (960 MW(e)) is expected to start construction.

Type
PWR

Capacity
Operator
MW(e)
Net
Gross
1000 KHNP

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

DHICKOPC

2006-8

2010-12

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

1974-6
1984-1

67.0
84.0

73.0
87.0

-

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

SIEMENS
AECL

1968-6
1974-4

1974-3
1983-4

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

ARGNTINA

AR -1
AR -2

ATUCHA-1
EMBALSE

PHWR
PHWR

ARMENIA

AM -19

ARMENIA-2

WWER

FAEA

1975-7

1980-1

1980-5

57.0

66.0

-

BELGIUM

BE -2
BE -4
BE -5
BE -7

DOEL-1
DOEL-2
DOEL-3
DOEL-4

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

392
433
1006
985

412
454
1056
1041

ELECTRAB
ELECTRAB
ELECTRAB
ELECTRAB

ACECOWEN
ACECOWEN
FRAMACEC
ACECOWEN

1969-7
1971-9
1975-1
1978-12

1974-8
1975-8
1982-6
1985-4

1975-2
1975-12
1982-10
1985-7

85.0
80.0
85.0
83.0

89.0
86.0
88.0
84.0

-

BE -3
BE -6
BE -8

TIHANGE-1
TIHANGE-2
TIHANGE-3

PWR
PWR
PWR

962
1008
1015

1009 ELECTRAB
1055 ELECTRAB
1065 ELECTRAB

ACLF
FRAMACEC
ACECOWEN

1970-6
1976-4
1978-11

1975-3
1982-10
1985-6

1975-10
1983-7
1985-9

82.0
87.0
87.0

88.0
88.0
89.0

-

BRAZIL

BR -1
BR -2

ANGRA-1
ANGRA-2

PWR
PWR

626
1275

657 ELETRONU
1350 ELETRONU

WH
KWU

1971-5
1976-1

1982-4
2000-7

1985-1
2001-2

40.0
72.0

59.0
82.0

-

BULGARIA

BG -3
BG -4
BG -5
BG -6

KOZLODUY-3
KOZLODUY-4
KOZLODUY-5
KOZLODUY-6

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

408
408
953
953

440
440
1000
1000

AEE
AEE
AEE
AEE

1973-10
1973-10
1980-7
1982-4

1980-12
1982-5
1987-11
1991-8

1981-1
1982-6
1988-12
1993-12

66.0
68.0
49.0
57.0

79.0
78.0
64.0
71.0

-

CANADA

CA -10
CA -11
CA -18

BRUCE-3
BRUCE-4
BRUCE-5

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

750
750
790

NEI.P
NEI.P
OH/AECL

1972-7
1972-9
1978-6

1977-12
1978-12
1984-12

1978-2
1979-1
1985-3

69.0
68.0
82.0

73.0
69.0
83.0

-

335
600
376

357 NASA
648 NASA
408 JSC

KOZNPP
KOZNPP
KOZNPP
KOZNPP

805 BRUCEPOW
805 BRUCEPOW
840 BRUCEPOW

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22

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
CANADA

CHINA

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

CA -19
CA -20
CA -21
CA -22

BRUCE-6
BRUCE-7
BRUCE-8
DARLINGTON-1

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

841
790
790
881

891
840
840
935

BRUCEPOW
BRUCEPOW
BRUCEPOW
OPG

OH/AECL
OH/AECL
OH/AECL
OH/AECL

1978-1
1979-5
1979-8
1982-4

1984-6
1986-2
1987-3
1990-12

1984-9
1986-4
1987-5
1992-11

79.0
82.0
79.0
82.0

80.0
84.0
81.0
83.0

-

CA -23
CA -24
CA -25
CA -12

DARLINGTON-2
DARLINGTON-3
DARLINGTON-4
GENTILLY-2

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

881
881
881
635

935
935
935
675

OPG
OPG
OPG
HQ

OH/AECL
OH/AECL
OH/AECL
BBC

1981-9
1984-9
1985-7
1974-4

1990-1
1992-12
1993-4
1982-12

1990-10
1993-2
1993-6
1983-10

73.0
84.0
84.0
78.0

74.0
85.0
84.0
83.0

-

CA -4
CA -7
CA -13
CA -14

PICKERING-1
PICKERING-4
PICKERING-5
PICKERING-6

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

515
515
516
516

542
542
540
540

OPG
OPG
OPG
OPG

OH/AECL
OH/AECL
OH/AECL
OH/AECL

1966-6
1968-5
1974-11
1975-10

1971-4
1973-5
1982-12
1983-11

1971-7
1973-6
1983-5
1984-2

61.0
66.0
72.0
76.0

67.0
67.0
73.0
76.0

-

CA -15
CA -16
CA -17

PICKERING-7
PICKERING-8
POINT LEPREAU

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

516
516
635

540 OPG
540 OPG
680 NBEPC

OH/AECL
OH/AECL
AECL

1976-3
1976-9
1975-5

1984-11
1986-1
1982-9

1985-1
1986-2
1983-2

79.0
76.0
82.0

80.0
76.0
83.0

-

CN -2
CN -3
CN -6
CN -7

GUANGDONG-1
GUANGDONG-2
LINGAO 1
LINGAO 2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

944
944
938
938

984
984
990
990

GNPJVC
GNPJVC
LANPC
LANPC

GEC
GEC
FRAM
FRAM

1987-8
1988-4
1997-5
1997-11

1993-8
1994-2
2002-2
2002-12

1994-2
1994-5
2002-5
2003-1

80.0
78.0
85.0
83.0

85.0
81.0
87.0
84.0

-

CN -1
CN -4

QINSHAN 1
QINSHAN 2-1

PWR
PWR

288
610

310 QNPC
650 NPQJVC

CNNC
CNNC

1985-3
1996-6

1991-12
2002-2

1994-4
2002-4

75.0
83.0

76.0
83.0

-

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

CHINA

CN -5
CN -8
CN -9

QINSHAN 2-2
QINSHAN 3-1
QINSHAN 3-2

PWR
PHWR
PHWR

610
650
650

650 NPQJVC
700 TQNPC
700 TQNPC

CNNC
AECL
AECL

1997-4
1998-6
1998-9

2004-3
2002-11
2003-6

2004-5
2002-12
2003-7

89.0
84.0
91.0

87.0
82.0
93.0

-

CZECH R.

CZ -4
CZ -5
CZ -8
CZ -9

DUKOVANY-1
DUKOVANY-2
DUKOVANY-3
DUKOVANY-4

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

412
412
427
412

440
440
456
440

CEZ
CEZ
CEZ
CEZ

SKODA
SKODA
SKODA
SKODA

1979-1
1979-1
1979-3
1979-3

1985-2
1986-1
1986-11
1987-6

1985-5
1986-3
1986-12
1987-7

83.0
83.0
83.0
84.0

82.0
83.0
83.0
83.0

-

CZ -23
CZ -24

TEMELIN-1
TEMELIN-2

WWER
WWER

925
780

975 CEZ
830 CEZ

SKODA
SKODA

1987-2
1987-2

2000-12
2002-12

2002-6
2003-4

67.0
70.0

66.0
70.0

DH
DH

FINLAND

FI -1
FI -2
FI -3
FI -4

LOVIISA-1
LOVIISA-2
OLKILUOTO-1
OLKILUOTO-2

WWER
WWER
BWR
BWR

488
488
840
860

510
510
870
890

FORTUMPH
FORTUMPH
TVO
TVO

AEE
AEE
ASEASTAL
ASEASTAL

1971-5
1972-8
1974-2
1975-8

1977-2
1980-11
1978-9
1980-2

1977-5
1981-1
1979-10
1982-7

85.0
88.0
91.0
93.0

86.0
89.0
92.0
94.0

-

FRANCE

FR -54
FR -55
FR -32
FR -33

BELLEVILLE-1
BELLEVILLE-2
BLAYAIS-1
BLAYAIS-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1310
1310
910
910

1363
1363
951
951

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1980-5
1980-8
1977-1
1977-1

1987-10
1988-7
1981-6
1982-7

1988-6
1989-1
1981-12
1983-2

69.0
70.0
70.0
75.0

77.0
78.0
78.0
82.0

-

FR -34
FR -35
FR -13
FR -14

BLAYAIS-3
BLAYAIS-4
BUGEY-2
BUGEY-3

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

910
910
910
910

951
951
945
945

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1978-4
1978-4
1972-11
1973-9

1983-8
1983-5
1978-5
1978-9

1983-11
1983-10
1979-3
1979-3

75.0
74.0
65.0
66.0

82.0
81.0
74.0
76.0

-

The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

23

24

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
FRANCE

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

FR -15
FR -16
FR -50
FR -53

BUGEY-4
BUGEY-5
CATTENOM-1
CATTENOM-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

880
880
1300
1300

917
917
1362
1362

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1974-6
1974-7
1979-10
1980-7

1979-3
1979-7
1986-11
1987-9

1979-7
1980-1
1987-4
1988-2

66.0
68.0
67.0
71.0

75.0
77.0
72.0
78.0

-

FR -60
FR -65
FR -40
FR -41

CATTENOM-3
CATTENOM-4
CHINON-B-1
CHINON-B-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1300
1300
905
905

1362
1362
954
954

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1982-6
1983-9
1977-3
1977-3

1990-7
1991-5
1982-11
1983-11

1991-2
1992-1
1984-2
1984-8

74.0
78.0
73.0
74.0

81.0
85.0
80.0
81.0

-

FR -56
FR -57
FR -62
FR -70

CHINON-B-3
CHINON-B-4
CHOOZ-B-1
CHOOZ-B-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

905
905
1500
1500

954
954
1560
1560

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1980-10
1981-2
1984-1
1985-12

1986-10
1987-11
1996-8
1997-4

1987-3
1988-4
2000-5
2000-9

72.0
74.0
77.0
78.0

80.0
81.0
83.0
85.0

-

FR -72
FR -73
FR -42
FR -43

CIVAUX-1
CIVAUX-2
CRUAS-1
CRUAS-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1495
1495
915
915

1561
1561
956
956

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1988-10
1991-4
1978-8
1978-11

1997-12
1999-12
1983-4
1984-9

2002-1
2002-4
1984-4
1985-4

80.0
76.0
71.0
73.0

82.0
81.0
82.0
81.0

-

FR -44
FR -45
FR -22
FR -29

CRUAS-3
CRUAS-4
DAMPIERRE-1
DAMPIERRE-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

915
915
890
890

956
956
937
937

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1979-4
1979-10
1975-2
1975-4

1984-5
1984-10
1980-3
1980-12

1984-9
1985-2
1980-9
1981-2

71.0
72.0
70.0
67.0

83.0
82.0
76.0
78.0

-

FR -30

DAMPIERRE-3

PWR

890

937 EDF

FRAM

1975-9

1981-1

1981-5

72.0

78.0

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
FRANCE

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

FR -31
FR -11
FR -12
FR -46

DAMPIERRE-4
FESSENHEIM-1
FESSENHEIM-2
FLAMANVILLE-1

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

890
880
880
1330

937
920
920
1382

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1975-12
1971-9
1972-2
1979-12

1981-8
1977-4
1977-10
1985-12

1981-11
1978-1
1978-4
1986-12

70.0
66.0
70.0
69.0

77.0
73.0
78.0
77.0

-

FR -47
FR -61
FR -68
FR -20

FLAMANVILLE-2
GOLFECH-1
GOLFECH-2
GRAVELINES-1

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1330
1310
1310
910

1382
1363
1363
951

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1980-5
1982-11
1984-10
1975-2

1986-7
1990-6
1993-6
1980-3

1987-3
1991-2
1994-3
1980-11

69.0
74.0
74.0
69.0

77.0
84.0
85.0
77.0

-

FR -21
FR -27
FR -28
FR -51

GRAVELINES-2
GRAVELINES-3
GRAVELINES-4
GRAVELINES-5

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

910
910
910
910

951
951
951
951

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1975-3
1975-12
1976-4
1979-10

1980-8
1980-12
1981-6
1984-8

1980-12
1981-6
1981-10
1985-1

72.0
73.0
73.0
74.0

81.0
81.0
79.0
82.0

-

FR -52
FR -58
FR -59
FR -36

GRAVELINES-6
NOGENT-1
NOGENT-2
PALUEL-1

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

910
1310
1310
1330

951
1363
1363
1382

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1979-10
1981-5
1982-1
1977-8

1985-8
1987-10
1988-12
1984-6

1985-10
1988-2
1989-5
1985-12

76.0
68.0
73.0
70.0

82.0
77.0
83.0
78.0

-

FR -37
FR -38
FR -39
FR -63

PALUEL-2
PALUEL-3
PALUEL-4
PENLY-1

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1330
1330
1330
1330

1382
1382
1382
1382

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1978-1
1979-2
1980-2
1982-9

1984-9
1985-9
1986-4
1990-5

1985-12
1986-2
1986-6
1990-12

67.0
68.0
70.0
74.0

75.0
75.0
77.0
82.0

-

FR -64

PENLY-2

PWR

1330

1382 EDF

FRAM

1984-8

1992-2

1992-11

75.0

83.0

-

25

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
FRANCE

GERMANY

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

CEA/EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

CNCLNEY
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1968-11
1979-1
1979-7
1976-5

1973-12
1985-8
1986-7
1981-1

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

FRAM
FRAM
FRAM
FRAM

1976-7
1974-11
1974-12
1975-4

1981-6
1980-5
1980-8
1981-2

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

1974-2
1986-5
1987-3
1983-8

44.0
66.0
64.0
71.0

62.0
77.0
76.0
76.0

-

1983-8
1980-12
1980-12
1981-5

69.0
71.0
71.0
75.0

77.0
79.0
79.0
81.0

-

Code

Name

FR -10
FR -48
FR -49
FR -17

PHENIX
ST. ALBAN-1
ST. ALBAN-2
ST. LAURENT-B-1

FBR
PWR
PWR
PWR

233
1335
1335
915

250
1381
1381
956

FR -23
FR -18
FR -19
FR -25

ST. LAURENT-B-2
TRICASTIN-1
TRICASTIN-2
TRICASTIN-3

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

915
915
915
915

956
955
955
955

FR -26

TRICASTIN-4

PWR

915

FRAM

1975-5

1981-6

1981-11

72.0

81.0

-

DE -12
DE -18
DE -32
DE -13

BIBLIS-A (KWB A)
BIBLIS-B (KWB B)
BROKDORF (KBR)
BRUNSBUETTEL (KKB)

PWR
PWR
PWR
BWR

1167
1240
1370
771

1225
1300
1440
806

RWE
RWE
EON
HEW

KWU
KWU
KWU
KWU

1970-1
1972-2
1976-1
1970-4

1974-8
1976-4
1986-10
1976-7

1975-2
1977-1
1986-12
1977-2

67.0
68.0
87.0
56.0

75.0
80.0
89.0
69.0

-

DE -33
DE -23
DE -27
DE -26

EMSLAND (KKE)
GRAFENRHEINFELD (KKG)
GROHNDE (KWG)
GUNDREMMINGEN-B (GUN-B)

PWR
PWR
PWR
BWR

1329
1275
1360
1284

1400
1345
1430
1344

RWE
EON
EON
RWE

SIEM,KWU
KWU
KWU
KWU

1982-8
1975-1
1976-6
1976-7

1988-4
1981-12
1984-9
1984-3

1988-6
1982-6
1985-2
1984-7

93.0
86.0
90.0
81.0

93.0
88.0
92.0
88.0

-

DE -28
DE -16
DE -31
DE -20

GUNDREMMINGEN-C (GUN-C)
ISAR-1 (KKI 1)
ISAR-2 (KKI 2)
KRUEMMEL (KKK)

BWR
BWR
PWR
BWR

1288
878
1400
1260

1344
912
1475
1316

EON
EON
EON
HEW

KWU
KWU
KWU
KWU

1976-7
1972-5
1982-9
1974-4

1984-11
1977-12
1988-1
1983-9

1985-1
1979-3
1988-4
1984-3

79.0
77.0
88.0
76.0

86.0
84.0
91.0
80.0

-

955 EDF

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

PWR
PWR
BWR
PWR

785
1305
890
1392

840
1395
926
1458

KWU
SIEM,KWU
KWU
KWU

1972-2
1982-11
1970-10
1977-7

1976-6
1989-1
1979-5
1984-12

1345

1410 EON

Type

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

1976-12
1989-4
1980-3
1985-4

80.0
92.0
76.0
88.0

87.0
93.0
81.0
90.0

-

Code

Name

GERMANY

DE -15
DE -44
DE -14
DE -24

NECKARWESTHEIM-1 (GKN 1)
NECKARWESTHEIM-2 (GKN 2)
PHILIPPSBURG-1 (KKP 1)
PHILIPPSBURG-2 (KKP 2)

DE -17

UNTERWESER (KKU)

PWR

KWU

1972-7

1978-9

1979-9

79.0

84.0

-

HUNGARY

HU -1
HU -2
HU -3
HU -4

PAKS-1
PAKS-2
PAKS-3
PAKS-4

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

437
441
433
444

467
468
460
471

PAKS RT.
PAKS RT.
PAKS RT.
PAKS RT.

AEE
AEE
AEE
AEE

1974-8
1974-8
1979-10
1979-10

1982-12
1984-9
1986-9
1987-8

1983-8
1984-11
1986-12
1987-11

86.0
80.0
86.0
89.0

85.0
79.0
86.0
87.0

DH
DH
DH

INDIA

IN -13
IN -14
IN -9
IN -10

KAIGA-1
KAIGA-2
KAKRAPAR-1
KAKRAPAR-2

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

202
202
202
202

220
220
220
220

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

1989-9
1989-12
1984-12
1985-4

2000-10
1999-12
1992-11
1995-3

2000-11
2000-3
1993-5
1995-9

79.0
78.0
69.0
81.0

88.0
86.0
76.0
87.0

-

IN -5
IN -6
IN -7
IN -8

MADRAS-1
MADRAS-2
NARORA-1
NARORA-2

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

155
202
202
202

170
220
220
220

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

1971-1
1972-10
1976-12
1977-11

1983-7
1985-9
1989-7
1992-1

1984-1
1986-3
1991-1
1992-7

48.0
53.0
60.0
68.0

56.0
61.0
68.0
74.0

-

IN -3
IN -4
IN -11
IN -12

RAJASTHAN-1
RAJASTHAN-2
RAJASTHAN-3
RAJASTHAN-4

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

90
187
202
202

100
200
220
220

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

AECL
AECL/DAE
NPCIL
NPCIL

1965-8
1968-4
1990-2
1990-10

1972-11
1980-11
2000-3
2000-11

1973-12
1981-4
2000-6
2000-12

21.0
52.0
76.0
79.0

29.0
59.0
86.0
90.0

PH
PH
-

EnBW
EnBW
EnBW
EnBW

The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

1969-10
1969-10
2005-9

54.0
54.0
(1)

76.0
74.0
(1)

-

1970-11
1973-12
1974-10
1978-2

1971-3
1974-7
1976-3
1978-10

52.0
59.0
63.0
71.0

55.0
60.0
64.0
71.0

-

1972-5
1973-10
1976-3
1979-5

1977-9
1979-5
1981-7
1983-6

1978-4
1979-10
1982-4
1984-2

71.0
69.0
75.0
72.0

72.0
70.0
76.0
73.0

-

TOSHIBA
HITACHI
MHI
MHI

1981-3
1981-5
1971-9
1977-2

1984-12
1986-12
1975-2
1980-6

1985-6
1987-8
1975-10
1981-3

65.0
73.0
72.0
81.0

66.0
74.0
72.0
81.0

-

MHI
MHI
TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA

1988-6
1992-7
1971-6
1974-6

1993-6
1996-11
1974-8
1978-5

1994-3
1997-7
1976-3
1978-11

85.0
87.0
54.0
68.0

84.0
86.0
55.0
68.0

DS
DS
-

TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA

1983-4
1989-10

1987-1
1993-1

1987-8
1993-9

77.0
80.0

78.0
80.0

-

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

160 NPCIL
160 NPCIL
540 NPCIL

GE
GE
NPCIL

1964-10
1964-10
2000-3

1969-4
1969-5
2005-6

439
760
760
760

460
784
784
784

TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO

GE/GETSC
GE/T
TOSHIBA
HITACHI

1967-7
1969-6
1970-12
1973-2

BWR
BWR
BWR
BWR

760
1067
1067
1067

784
1100
1100
1100

TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO

TOSHIBA
GE/T
TOSHIBA
HITACHI

FUKUSHIMA-DAINI-3
FUKUSHIMA-DAINI-4
GENKAI-1
GENKAI-2

BWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

1067
1067
529
529

1100
1100
559
559

TEPCO
TEPCO
KYUSHU
KYUSHU

JP -45
JP -46
JP -11
JP -24

GENKAI-3
GENKAI-4
HAMAOKA-1
HAMAOKA-2

PWR
PWR
BWR
BWR

1127
1127
515
806

1180
1180
540
840

KYUSHU
KYUSHU
CHUBU
CHUBU

JP -36
JP -49

HAMAOKA-3
HAMAOKA-4

BWR
BWR

1056
1092

1100 CHUBU
1137 CHUBU

Reactor

Country

Type

Code

Name

INDIA

IN -1
IN -2
IN -24

TARAPUR-1
TARAPUR-2
TARAPUR-4

BWR
BWR
PHWR

150
150
490

JAPAN

JP -5
JP -9
JP -10
JP -16

FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI-1
FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI-2
FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI-3
FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI-4

BWR
BWR
BWR
BWR

JP -17
JP -18
JP -25
JP -26

FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI-5
FUKUSHIMA-DAIICHI-6
FUKUSHIMA-DAINI-1
FUKUSHIMA-DAINI-2

JP -35
JP -38
JP -12
JP -27

(1) Performance factors calculated only for period of full commercial operation and only to 2004.
The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

NonElectrical
Apps

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
JAPAN

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

JP -60
JP -58
JP -23
JP -32

HAMAOKA-5
HIGASHI DORI 1 (TOHOKU)
IKATA-1
IKATA-2

ABWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

1325
1067
538
538

1380
1100
566
566

CHUBU
TOHOKU
SHIKOKU
SHIKOKU

TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA
MHI
MHI

2000-7
2000-11
1973-6
1978-2

2004-4
2005-3
1977-2
1981-8

2005-1
2005-12
1977-9
1982-3

(1)
(1)
77.0
82.0

(1)
(1)
77.0
82.0

DS
DS

JP -47
JP -33
JP -39
JP -52

IKATA-3
KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-1
KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-2
KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-3

PWR
BWR
BWR
BWR

846
1067
1067
1067

890
1100
1100
1100

SHIKOKU
TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO

MHI
TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA

1986-11
1980-6
1985-11
1989-3

1994-3
1985-2
1990-2
1992-12

1994-12
1985-9
1990-9
1993-8

87.0
74.0
74.0
73.0

85.0
75.0
75.0
74.0

DS
-

JP -53
JP -40
JP -55
JP -56

KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-4
KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-5
KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-6
KASHIWAZAKI KARIWA-7

BWR
BWR
ABWR
ABWR

1067
1067
1315
1315

1100
1100
1356
1356

TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO
TEPCO

HITACHI
HITACHI
TOSHIBA
HITACHI

1990-3
1985-6
1992-11
1993-7

1993-12
1989-9
1996-1
1996-12

1994-8
1990-4
1996-11
1997-7

76.0
78.0
84.0
80.0

77.0
79.0
84.0
80.0

-

JP -4
JP -6
JP -14
JP -31

MIHAMA-1
MIHAMA-2
MIHAMA-3
MONJU (*)

PWR
PWR
PWR
FBR

320
470
780
246

340
500
826
280

KEPCO
KEPCO
KEPCO
JAEA

WH
WH
MHI
T/H/F/M

1967-2
1968-5
1972-8
1986-5

1970-8
1972-4
1976-2
1995-8

1970-11
1972-7
1976-12

51.0
61.0
74.0
(2)

55.0
61.0
74.0
(2)

-

JP -15
JP -19
JP -50
JP -51

OHI-1
OHI-2
OHI-3
OHI-4

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1120
1120
1127
1127

1175
1175
1180
1180

KEPCO
KEPCO
KEPCO
KEPCO

WH
WH
MHI
MHI

1972-10
1972-12
1987-10
1988-6

1977-12
1978-10
1991-6
1992-6

1979-3
1979-12
1991-12
1993-2

65.0
72.0
84.0
85.0

64.0
72.0
84.0
84.0

DS
DS
-

JP -22

ONAGAWA-1

BWR

498

TOSHIBA

1980-7

1983-11

1984-6

75.0

75.0

-

524 TOHOKU

(*) Long term shutdown.
(1) Performance factors calculated only for period of full commercial operation and only to 2004.
(2) No operating experience data are available in IAEA PRIS for this reactor.
The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
JAPAN

KOREA RP

Type

Code

Name

JP -54
JP -57
JP -28
JP -37

ONAGAWA-2
ONAGAWA-3
SENDAI-1
SENDAI-2

BWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

JP -48
JP -59
JP -7
JP -41

SHIKA-1
SHIKA-2
SHIMANE-1
SHIMANE-2

BWR
ABWR
BWR
BWR

JP -8
JP -13
JP -29
JP -30

TAKAHAMA-1
TAKAHAMA-2
TAKAHAMA-3
TAKAHAMA-4

JP -21
JP -43
JP -44
JP -3

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

1995-7
2002-1
1984-7
1985-11

82.0
88.0
82.0
84.0

82.0
86.0
81.0
83.0

-

1993-1
2005-7
1973-12
1988-7

1993-7
2006-3
1974-3
1989-2

79.0
(1)
73.0
83.0

79.0
(1)
74.0
83.0

-

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

TOHOKU
TOHOKU
KYUSHU
KYUSHU

TOSHIBA
TOSHIBA
MHI
MHI

1991-4
1998-1
1979-12
1981-10

1994-12
2001-5
1983-9
1985-4

HOKURIKU
HOKURIKU
CHUGOKU
CHUGOKU

HITACHI
HITACHI
HITACHI
HITACHI

1989-7
2001-8
1970-7
1985-2

NonElectrical
Apps

796
796
846
846

825
825
890
890

505
1304
439
789

540
1358
460
820

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

780
780
830
830

826
826
870
870

KEPCO
KEPCO
KEPCO
KEPCO

WH/MHI
MHI
MHI
MHI

1970-4
1971-3
1980-12
1981-3

1974-3
1975-1
1984-5
1984-11

1974-11
1975-11
1985-1
1985-6

66.0
67.0
85.0
85.0

66.0
67.0
84.0
84.0

DS
DS

TOKAI-2
TOMARI-1
TOMARI-2
TSURUGA-1

BWR
PWR
PWR
BWR

1060
550
550
341

1100
579
579
357

JAPC
HEPCO
HEPCO
JAPC

GE
MHI
MHI
GE

1973-10
1985-7
1986-5
1966-11

1978-3
1988-12
1990-8
1969-11

1978-11
1989-6
1991-4
1970-3

73.0
85.0
84.0
66.0

73.0
84.0
83.0
71.0

-

JP -34

TSURUGA-2

PWR

1115

1160 JAPC

MHI

1982-11

1986-6

1987-2

82.0

83.0

-

KR -1
KR -2
KR -5
KR -6

KORI-1
KORI-2
KORI-3
KORI-4

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

556
605
895
895

WH
WH
WH
WH

1972-8
1977-12
1979-10
1980-4

1977-6
1983-4
1985-1
1985-11

1978-4
1983-7
1985-9
1986-4

74.0
86.0
87.0
89.0

78.0
85.0
84.0
86.0

-

587
650
950
950

KHNP
KHNP
KHNP
KHNP

(1) Performance factors calculated only for period of full commercial operation and only to 2004.
The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
KOREA RP

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

KR -9
KR -10
KR -13
KR -14

ULCHIN-1
ULCHIN-2
ULCHIN-3
ULCHIN-4

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

920
920
960
960

950
950
1000
1000

KHNP
KHNP
KHNP
KHNP

FRAM
FRAM
DHICKOPC
DHICKOPC

1983-1
1983-7
1993-7
1993-11

1988-4
1989-4
1998-1
1998-12

1988-9
1989-9
1998-8
1999-12

84.0
88.0
88.0
91.0

84.0
86.0
90.0
89.0

-

KR -19
KR -20
KR -3
KR -4

ULCHIN-5
ULCHIN-6
WOLSONG-1
WOLSONG-2

PWR
PWR
PHWR
PHWR

960
960
629
650

1000
1000
679
700

KHNP
KHNP
KHNP
KHNP

DHICKOPC
DHICKOPC
AECL
AECL/DHI

1999-10
2000-9
1977-10
1992-9

2003-12
2005-1
1982-12
1997-4

2004-7
2005-6
1983-4
1997-7

101.0
(1)
86.0
93.0

97.0
(1)
86.0
89.0

-

KR -15
KR -16
KR -7
KR -8

WOLSONG-3
WOLSONG-4
YONGGWANG-1
YONGGWANG-2

PHWR
PHWR
PWR
PWR

650
650
900
900

700
700
950
950

KHNP
KHNP
KHNP
KHNP

AECL/DHI
AECL/DHI
WH
WH

1994-3
1994-7
1981-6
1981-12

1998-3
1999-5
1986-3
1986-11

1998-7
1999-10
1986-8
1987-6

93.0
97.0
88.0
86.0

90.0
92.0
86.0
84.0

-

KR -11
KR -12
KR -17
KR -18

YONGGWANG-3
YONGGWANG-4
YONGGWANG-5
YONGGWANG-6

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

950
950
950
950

1000
1000
1000
1000

KHNP
KHNP
KHNP
KHNP

DHICKAEC
DHICKAEC
DHICKOPC
DHICKOPC

1989-12
1990-5
1997-6
1997-11

1994-10
1995-7
2001-12
2002-9

1995-3
1996-1
2002-5
2002-12

90.0
91.0
79.0
84.0

88.0
88.0
76.0
80.0

-

LITHNIA

LT -47

IGNALINA-2

LWGR

1185

1300 INPP

MAEP

1978-1

1987-8

1987-8

59.0

73.0

-

MEXICO

MX -1
MX -2

LAGUNA VERDE-1
LAGUNA VERDE-2

BWR
BWR

655
655

682 CFE
682 CFE

GE
GE

1976-10
1977-6

1989-4
1994-11

1990-7
1995-4

76.0
77.0

80.0
81.0

-

NETHLNDS

NL -2

BORSSELE

PWR

449

481 EPZ

KWU/STOR

1969-7

1973-7

1973-10

82.0

87.0

-

(1) Performance factors calculated only for period of full commercial operation and only to 2004.

31

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
PAKISTAN

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

Code

Name

PK -2
PK -1

CHASNUPP 1
KANUPP

PWR
PHWR

300
125

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

2000-9
1972-12

61.0
27.0

63.0
45.0

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

325 PAEC
137 PAEC

CNNC
CGE

1993-8
1966-8

2000-6
1971-10

706 SNN

NonElectrical
Apps
-

ROMANIA

RO -1

CERNAVODA-1

PHWR

655

AECL

1982-7

1996-7

1996-12

86.0

87.0

-

RUSSIA

RU -96
RU -97
RU -98
RU -99

BALAKOVO-1
BALAKOVO-2
BALAKOVO-3
BALAKOVO-4

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

950
950
950
950

1000
1000
1000
1000

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1980-12
1981-8
1982-11
1984-4

1985-12
1987-10
1988-12
1993-4

1986-5
1988-1
1989-4
1993-12

60.0
60.0
64.0
70.0

67.0
66.0
72.0
78.0

DH
DH
DH
DH

RU -21
RU -141
RU -142
RU -143

BELOYARSKY-3(BN-600)
BILIBINO-1
BILIBINO-2
BILIBINO-3

FBR
LWGR
LWGR
LWGR

560
11
11
11

600
12
12
12

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1969-1
1970-1
1970-1
1970-1

1980-4
1974-1
1974-12
1975-12

1981-11
1974-4
1975-2
1976-2

73.0
59.0
58.0
60.0

75.0
80.0
81.0
81.0

DH
DH
DH
DH

RU -144
RU -30
RU -31
RU -36

BILIBINO-4
KALININ-1
KALININ-2
KALININ-3

LWGR
WWER
WWER
WWER

11
950
950
950

12
1000
1000
1000

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1970-1
1977-2
1982-2
1985-10

1976-12
1984-5
1986-12
2004-12

1977-1
1985-6
1987-3
2005-11

59.0
71.0
71.0
(1)

78.0
71.0
73.0
(1)

DH
DH,PH
DH,PH

RU -12
RU -13
RU -32
RU -33

KOLA-1
KOLA-2
KOLA-3
KOLA-4

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

411
411
411
411

440
440
440
440

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1970-5
1973-1
1977-4
1976-8

1973-6
1974-12
1981-3
1984-10

1973-12
1975-2
1982-12
1984-12

65.0
65.0
72.0
71.0

75.0
75.0
82.0
81.0

DH,PH
DH,PH
DH,PH
DH,PH

RU -17

KURSK-1

LWGR

925

1000 REA

FAEA

1972-6

1976-12

1977-10

57.0

59.0

DH,PH

(1) Performance factors calculated only for period of full commercial operation and only to 2004.
The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

RU -22
RU -38
RU -39
RU -15

KURSK-2
KURSK-3
KURSK-4
LENINGRAD-1

LWGR
LWGR
LWGR
LWGR

925
925
925
925

1000
1000
1000
1000

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1973-1
1978-4
1981-5
1970-3

1979-1
1983-10
1985-12
1973-12

1979-8
1984-3
1986-2
1974-11

59.0
70.0
76.0
67.0

63.0
73.0
77.0
69.0

DH,PH
DH,PH
DH,PH
DH

RU -16
RU -34
RU -35
RU -9

LENINGRAD-2
LENINGRAD-3
LENINGRAD-4
NOVOVORONEZH-3

LWGR
LWGR
LWGR
WWER

925
925
925
385

1000
1000
1000
417

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1970-6
1973-12
1975-2
1967-7

1975-7
1979-12
1981-2
1971-12

1976-2
1980-6
1981-8
1972-6

70.0
68.0
71.0
71.0

71.0
70.0
73.0
72.0

DH
DH
DH
-

RU -11
RU -20
RU -23
RU -24

NOVOVORONEZH-4
NOVOVORONEZH-5
SMOLENSK-1
SMOLENSK-2

WWER
WWER
LWGR
LWGR

385
950
925
925

417
1000
1000
1000

REA
REA
REA
REA

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1967-7
1974-3
1975-10
1976-6

1972-12
1980-5
1982-12
1985-5

1973-3
1981-2
1983-9
1985-7

77.0
59.0
70.0
72.0

79.0
61.0
73.0
75.0

DH,PH
DH,PH
DH,PH
DH,PH

RU -67
RU -59

SMOLENSK-3
VOLGODONSK-1

LWGR
WWER

925
950

1000 REA
1000 REA

FAEA
FAEA

1984-5
1981-9

1990-1
2001-3

1990-10
2001-12

79.0
86.0

82.0
85.0

DH,PH

S.AFRICA

ZA -1
ZA -2

KOEBERG-1
KOEBERG-2

PWR
PWR

900
900

944 ESKOM
944 ESKOM

FRAM
AA

1976-7
1976-7

1984-4
1985-7

1984-7
1985-11

67.0
67.0

75.0
76.0

-

SLOVAKIA

SK -2
SK -3
SK -13
SK -14

BOHUNICE-1
BOHUNICE-2
BOHUNICE-3
BOHUNICE-4

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

408
408
408
408

440
440
440
440

EBO
EBO
EBO
EBO

AEE
AEE
SKODA
SKODA

1972-4
1972-4
1976-12
1976-12

1978-12
1980-3
1984-8
1985-8

1980-4
1981-1
1985-2
1985-12

71.0
74.0
75.0
77.0

76.0
76.0
80.0
82.0

DH
DH

SK -6

MOCHOVCE-1

WWER

405

440 EMO

SKODA

1983-10

1998-7

1998-10

77.0

82.0

-

RUSSIA

The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

SLOVAKIA

SK -7

MOCHOVCE-2

WWER

405

440 EMO

SKODA

1983-10

1999-12

2000-4

74.0

83.0

-

SLOVENIA

SI -1

KRSKO

PWR

656

707 NEK

WH

1975-3

1981-10

1983-1

80.0

83.0

-

SPAIN

ES -6
ES -7
ES -8
ES -9

ALMARAZ-1
ALMARAZ-2
ASCO-1
ASCO-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

944
956
996
992

977
980
1033
1027

CNAT
CNAT
ANAV
ANAV

WH
WH
WH
WH

1973-7
1973-7
1974-5
1975-3

1981-5
1983-10
1983-8
1985-10

1983-9
1984-7
1984-12
1986-3

84.0
87.0
83.0
86.0

85.0
87.0
85.0
88.0

-

ES -10
ES -1
ES -2
ES -11

COFRENTES
JOSE CABRERA-1(ZORITA)
SANTA MARIA DE GARONA
TRILLO-1

BWR
PWR
BWR
PWR

1064
142
446
1003

1092
150
466
1066

ID
UFG
NUCLENOR
CNAT

GE
WH
GE
KWU

1975-9
1964-6
1966-5
1979-8

1984-10
1968-7
1971-3
1988-5

1985-3
1969-8
1971-5
1988-8

86.0
68.0
75.0
82.0

87.0
75.0
78.0
87.0

-

SWEDEN

ES -16

VANDELLOS-2

PWR

1045

1087 ANAV

WH

1980-12

1987-12

1988-3

86.0

87.0

-

SE -9
SE -11
SE -14
SE -2

FORSMARK-1
FORSMARK-2
FORSMARK-3
OSKARSHAMN-1

BWR
BWR
BWR
BWR

1018
951
1190
467

1049
989
1232
487

FKA
FKA
FKA
OKG

ABBATOM
ABBATOM
ABBATOM
ASEASTAL

1973-6
1975-1
1979-1
1966-8

1980-6
1981-1
1985-3
1971-8

1980-12
1981-7
1985-8
1972-2

80.0
81.0
84.0
61.0

86.0
86.0
89.0
65.0

-

SE -3
SE -12
SE -4
SE -5

OSKARSHAMN-2
OSKARSHAMN-3
RINGHALS-1
RINGHALS-2

BWR
BWR
BWR
PWR

602
1160
830
867

627
1194
860
917

OKG
OKG
RAB
RAB

ABBATOM
ASEASTAL
ABBATOM
WH

1969-9
1980-5
1969-2
1970-10

1974-10
1985-3
1974-10
1974-8

1975-1
1985-8
1976-1
1975-5

75.0
83.0
66.0
65.0

79.0
87.0
72.0
73.0

-

SE -7

RINGHALS-3

PWR

917

WH

1972-9

1980-9

1981-9

71.0

79.0

-

960 RAB

The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

Code

Name

SWEDEN

SE -10

RINGHALS-4

PWR

908

SWITZRLD

CH -1
CH -3
CH -4
CH -5

BEZNAU-1
BEZNAU-2
GOESGEN
LEIBSTADT

PWR
PWR
PWR
BWR

365
365
970
1165

CH -2

MUEHLEBERG

BWR

GB -9A
GB -9B
GB -18A
GB -18B

DUNGENESS-A1
DUNGENESS-A2
DUNGENESS-B1
DUNGENESS-B2

GCR
GCR
AGR
AGR

GB -19A
GB -19B
GB -20A
GB -20B

HARTLEPOOL-A1
HARTLEPOOL-A2
HEYSHAM-A1
HEYSHAM-A2

GB -22A
GB -22B
GB -16A
GB -16B
GB -17A
GB -17B

UK

960 RAB

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

WH

1973-11

1982-6

1983-11

75.0

86.0

-

NOK
NOK
KKG
KKL

WH
WH
KWU
GETSCO

1965-9
1968-1
1973-12
1974-1

1969-7
1971-10
1979-2
1984-5

1969-9
1971-12
1979-11
1984-12

82.0
86.0
87.0
85.0

87.0
87.0
88.0
87.0

DH
DH
PH
-

355

372 BKW

GETSCO

1967-3

1971-7

1972-11

86.0

87.0

-

225
225
555
555

230
230
615
615

BNFL
BNFL
BE
BE

TNPG
TNPG
APC
APC

1960-7
1960-7
1965-10
1965-10

1965-9
1965-11
1985-12
1983-4

1965-10
1965-12
1989-4
1985-4

66.0
84.0
43.0
46.0

83.0
84.0
44.0
48.0

-

AGR
AGR
AGR
AGR

605
605
575
575

655
655
625
625

BE
BE
BE
BE

NPC
NPC
NPC
NPC

1968-10
1968-10
1970-12
1970-12

1983-8
1984-10
1983-7
1984-10

1989-4
1989-4
1989-4
1989-4

73.0
76.0
74.0
73.0

75.0
78.0
76.0
75.0

-

HEYSHAM-B1
HEYSHAM-B2
HINKLEY POINT-B1
HINKLEY POINT-B2

AGR
AGR
AGR
AGR

625
625
610
610

680
680
655
655

BE
BE
BE
BE

NPC
NPC
TNPG
TNPG

1980-8
1980-8
1967-9
1967-9

1988-7
1988-11
1976-10
1976-2

1989-4
1989-4
1978-10
1976-9

73.0
71.0
77.0
72.0

76.0
75.0
77.0
75.0

-

HUNTERSTON-B1
HUNTERSTON-B2

AGR
AGR

595
595

644 BE
644 BE

TNPG
TNPG

1967-11
1967-11

1976-2
1977-3

1976-2
1977-3

70.0
68.0

79.0
81.0

-

380
380
1020
1220

The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide:- DS deslination, DH district heating, PH process heat.

35

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
UK

UKRAINE

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

1967-12
1968-9
1966-3
1966-9

78.0
88.0
69.0
92.0

89.0
88.0
83.0
94.0

-

1995-9
1988-5
1989-2
1971-11

83.0
67.0
66.0
72.0

85.0
74.0
72.0
88.0

DH
DH
DH
DH

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

BNFL
BNFL
BNFL
BNFL

TNPG
TNPG
EE/B&W/T
EE/B&W/T

1962-5
1962-5
1961-4
1961-4

1967-11
1968-4
1966-1
1966-4

BE
BE
BE
BNFL

PPC
NNC
NNC
EE/B&W/T

1988-7
1980-8
1980-8
1963-9

1995-2
1988-5
1989-2
1971-1

540 BNFL

Code

Name

GB -11A
GB -11B
GB -10A
GB -10B

OLDBURY-A1
OLDBURY-A2
SIZEWELL-A1
SIZEWELL-A2

GCR
GCR
GCR
GCR

217
217
210
210

230
230
245
245

GB -24
GB -23A
GB -23B
GB -13A

SIZEWELL-B
TORNESS 1
TORNESS 2
WYLFA 1

PWR
AGR
AGR
GCR

1188
625
625
490

1250
682
682
540

NonElectrical
Apps

GB -13B

WYLFA 2

GCR

490

EE/B&W/T

1963-9

1971-7

1972-1

75.0

75.0

-

UA -40
UA -41
UA -27
UA -28

KHMELNITSKI-1
KHMELNITSKI-2
ROVNO-1
ROVNO-2

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

950
950
381
376

1000
1000
420
415

NNEGC
NNEGC
NNEGC
NNEGC

PAIP
PAIP
PAIP
PAIP

1981-11
1985-2
1973-8
1973-10

1987-12
2004-8
1980-12
1981-12

1988-8
2005-12
1981-9
1982-7

71.0
(1)
81.0
79.0

71.0
(1)
81.0
81.0

DH

UA -29
UA -69
UA -44
UA -45

ROVNO-3
ROVNO-4
SOUTH UKRAINE-1
SOUTH UKRAINE-2

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

950
950
950
950

1000
1000
1000
1000

NNEGC
NNEGC
NNEGC
NNEGC

PAIP
PAA
PAA
PAA

1980-2
1986-8
1977-3
1979-10

1986-12
2004-10
1982-12
1985-1

1987-5

1983-10
1985-4

69.0
(1)
66.0
60.0

73.0
(1)
65.0
61.0

DH
DH

UA -48
UA -54
UA -56
UA -78

SOUTH UKRAINE-3
ZAPOROZHE-1
ZAPOROZHE-2
ZAPOROZHE-3

WWER
WWER
WWER
WWER

950
950
950
950

1000
1000
1000
1000

NNEGC
NNEGC
NNEGC
NNEGC

PAA
PAIP
PAIP
PAIP

1985-2
1980-4
1981-1
1982-4

1989-9
1984-12
1985-7
1986-12

1989-12
1985-12
1986-2
1987-3

71.0
59.0
63.0
66.0

72.0
62.0
66.0
70.0

DH
DH
DH
DH

(1) Performance factors calculated only for period of full commercial operation and only to 2004.
The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

DH
DH
DH

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

1988-4
1989-10
1996-9

70.0
71.0
77.0

74.0
73.0
79.0

DH
DH
DH

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

1000 NNEGC
1000 NNEGC
1000 NNEGC

PAIP
PAIP
PAIP

1983-4
1985-11
1986-6

1987-12
1989-8
1995-10

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

UKRAINE

UA -79
UA -126
UA -127

ZAPOROZHE-4
ZAPOROZHE-5
ZAPOROZHE-6

WWER
WWER
WWER

USA

US -313
US -368
US -334
US -412

ARKANSAS ONE-1
ARKANSAS ONE-2
BEAVER VALLEY-1
BEAVER VALLEY-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

840
1000
821
831

903
1013
923
923

ENTERGY
ENTERGY
FENOC
FENOC

B&W
CE
WH
WH

1968-10
1971-7
1970-6
1974-5

1974-8
1978-12
1976-6
1987-8

1974-12
1980-3
1976-10
1987-11

72.0
82.0
66.0
80.0

77.0
81.0
70.0
85.0

-

US -456
US -457
US -259
US -260

BRAIDWOOD-1
BRAIDWOOD-2
BROWNS FERRY-1 (*)
BROWNS FERRY-2

PWR
PWR
BWR
BWR

1185
1177
1065
1118

1242
1210
1152
1152

EXELON
EXELON
TVA
TVA

WH
WH
GE
GE

1975-8
1975-8
1967-5
1967-5

1987-7
1988-5
1973-10
1974-8

1988-7
1988-10
1974-8
1975-3

83.0
86.0
18.0
59.0

85.0
89.0
19.0
62.0

-

US -296
US -325
US -324
US -454

BROWNS FERRY-3
BRUNSWICK-1
BRUNSWICK-2
BYRON-1

BWR
BWR
BWR
PWR

1114
872
811
1194

1190
895
895
1242

TVA
PROGRESS
PROGRESS
EXELON

GE
GE
GE
WH

1968-7
1969-9
1969-9
1975-4

1976-9
1976-12
1975-4
1985-3

1977-3
1977-3
1975-11
1985-9

48.0
68.0
66.0
81.0

50.0
72.0
70.0
86.0

-

US -455
US -483
US -317
US -318

BYRON-2
CALLAWAY-1
CALVERT CLIFFS-1
CALVERT CLIFFS-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1162
1137
845
858

1210
1236
918
911

EXELON
AMEREN
CONST
CONST

WH
WH
CE
CE

1975-4
1975-9
1968-6
1968-6

1987-2
1984-10
1975-1
1976-12

1987-8
1984-12
1975-5
1977-4

86.0
86.0
76.0
79.0

91.0
87.0
75.0
79.0

-

US -413
US -414

CATAWBA-1
CATAWBA-2

PWR
PWR

1129
1129

1205 DUKE
1205 DUKE

WH
WH

1974-5
1974-5

1985-1
1986-5

1985-6
1986-8

81.0
82.0

83.0
84.0

-

950
950
950

(*) Long term shutdown.
The column Non-Electrical Applications indicates the use of the facility to provide: DS desalination, DH district heating, PH process heating.

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
USA

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

US -461
US -397
US -445
US -446

CLINTON-1
COLUMBIA
COMANCHE PEAK-1
COMANCHE PEAK-2

BWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

1026
1108
1084
1124

1077
1200
1215
1215

EXELON
ENERGYNW
TXU
TXU

GE
GE
WH
WH

1975-10
1972-8
1974-10
1974-10

1987-4
1984-5
1990-4
1993-4

1987-11
1984-12
1990-8
1993-8

67.0
69.0
82.0
84.0

70.0
76.0
87.0
89.0

-

US -298
US -302
US -346
US -275

COOPER
CRYSTAL RIVER-3
DAVIS BESSE-1
DIABLO CANYON-1

BWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

757
838
873
1087

801
890
925
1136

NPPD
PROGRESS
FENOC
PGE

GE
B&W
B&W
WH

1968-6
1967-6
1970-9
1968-8

1974-5
1977-1
1977-8
1984-11

1974-7
1977-3
1978-7
1985-5

68.0
68.0
62.0
83.0

73.0
71.0
65.0
84.0

-

US -323
US -315
US -316
US -237

DIABLO CANYON-2
DONALD COOK-1
DONALD COOK-2
DRESDEN-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
BWR

1087
1016
1077
850

1164
1152
1133
912

PGE
IMPCO
IMPCO
EXELON

WH
WH
WH
GE

1970-12
1969-3
1969-3
1966-1

1985-10
1975-2
1978-3
1970-4

1986-3
1975-8
1978-7
1970-6

85.0
64.0
61.0
64.0

88.0
68.0
66.0
75.0

-

US -249
US -331
US -341
US -348

DRESDEN-3
DUANE ARNOLD-1
ENRICO FERMI-2
FARLEY-1

BWR
BWR
BWR
PWR

850
562
1111
833

912
597
1154
888

EXELON
NUCMAN
DETED
SOUTH

GE
GE
GE
WH

1966-10
1970-6
1969-5
1970-10

1971-7
1974-5
1986-9
1977-8

1971-11
1975-2
1988-1
1977-12

64.0
71.0
72.0
80.0

71.0
76.0
76.0
82.0

-

US -364
US -333
US -285
US -416

FARLEY-2
FITZPATRICK
FORT CALHOUN-1
GRAND GULF-1

PWR
BWR
PWR
BWR

842
825
476
1263

888
882
562
1373

SOUTH
ENTERGY
OPPD
ENTERGY

WH
GE
CE
GE

1970-10
1968-9
1968-6
1974-5

1981-5
1975-2
1973-8
1984-10

1981-7
1975-7
1974-6
1985-7

83.0
71.0
75.0
86.0

86.0
74.0
79.0
85.0

-

US -261

H.B. ROBINSON-2

PWR

710

WH

1967-4

1970-9

1971-3

74.0

77.0

-

769 PROGRESS

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
USA

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

US -321
US -366
US -354
US -247

HATCH-1
HATCH-2
HOPE CREEK-1
INDIAN POINT-2

BWR
BWR
BWR
PWR

856
883
1049
965

865
957
1170
1012

SOUTH
SOUTH
PSEG
ENTERGY

GE
GE
GE
WH

1968-9
1972-2
1976-3
1966-10

1974-11
1978-9
1986-8
1973-6

1975-12
1979-9
1986-12
1974-8

76.0
77.0
81.0
67.0

78.0
81.0
84.0
69.0

-

US -286
US -305
US -373
US -374

INDIAN POINT-3
KEWAUNEE
LASALLE-1
LASALLE-2

PWR
PWR
BWR
BWR

985
539
1146
1147

1012
581
1170
1170

ENTERGY
NUCMAN
EXELON
EXELON

WH
WH
GE
GE

1968-11
1968-8
1973-9
1973-10

1976-4
1974-4
1982-9
1984-4

1976-8
1974-6
1984-1
1984-10

61.0
81.0
69.0
69.0

65.0
82.0
72.0
70.0

-

US -352
US -353
US -369
US -370

LIMERICK-1
LIMERICK-2
MCGUIRE-1
MCGUIRE-2

BWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

1134
1134
1100
1100

1138
1138
1220
1220

EXELON
EXELON
DUKE
DUKE

GE
GE
WH
WH

1970-4
1970-4
1971-4
1971-4

1985-4
1989-9
1981-9
1983-5

1986-2
1990-1
1981-12
1984-3

84.0
90.0
74.0
81.0

88.0
92.0
79.0
83.0

-

US -336
US -423
US -263
US -220

MILLSTONE-2
MILLSTONE-3
MONTICELLO
NINE MILE POINT-1

PWR
PWR
BWR
BWR

866
1131
569
621

910
1253
600
642

DOMIN
DOMIN
NUCMAN
CONST

CE
WH
GE
GE

1969-11
1974-5
1967-6
1965-4

1975-11
1986-2
1971-3
1969-11

1975-12
1986-4
1971-6
1969-12

61.0
69.0
78.0
67.0

64.0
72.0
83.0
71.0

-

US -410
US -338
US -339
US -269

NINE MILE POINT-2
NORTH ANNA-1
NORTH ANNA-2
OCONEE-1

BWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1135
925
917
846

1259
980
980
887

CONST
DOMIN
DOMIN
DUKE

GE
WH
WH
B&W

1975-8
1971-2
1970-11
1967-11

1987-8
1978-4
1980-8
1973-5

1988-3
1978-6
1980-12
1973-7

78.0
77.0
81.0
75.0

80.0
80.0
84.0
79.0

-

US -270

OCONEE-2

PWR

846

B&W

1967-11

1973-12

1974-9

77.0

80.0

-

887 DUKE

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TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
USA

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

US -287
US -219
US -255
US -528

OCONEE-3
OYSTER CREEK
PALISADES
PALO VERDE-1

PWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

846
619
767
1243

893
641
912
1403

DUKE
EXELON
NUCMAN
ANPP

B&W
GE
CE
CE

1967-11
1964-1
1967-2
1976-5

1974-9
1969-9
1971-12
1985-6

1974-12
1969-12
1971-12
1986-1

76.0
68.0
63.0
75.0

78.0
73.0
67.0
77.0

-

US -529
US -530
US -277
US -278

PALO VERDE-2
PALO VERDE-3
PEACH BOTTOM-2
PEACH BOTTOM-3

PWR
PWR
BWR
BWR

1335
1247
1112
1112

1403
1403
1152
1152

ANPP
ANPP
EXELON
EXELON

CE
CE
GE
GE

1976-6
1976-6
1968-1
1968-1

1986-5
1987-11
1974-2
1974-9

1986-9
1988-1
1974-7
1974-12

78.0
82.0
68.0
69.0

79.0
83.0
71.0
71.0

-

US -440
US -293
US -266
US -301

PERRY-1
PILGRIM-1
POINT BEACH-1
POINT BEACH-2

BWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

1235
685
512
514

1253
691
524
524

FENOC
ENTERGY
NUCMAN
NUCMAN

GE
GE
WH
WH

1974-10
1968-8
1967-7
1968-7

1986-12
1972-7
1970-11
1972-8

1987-11
1972-12
1970-12
1972-10

76.0
63.0
77.0
81.0

78.0
67.0
82.0
83.0

-

US -282
US -306
US -254
US -265

PRAIRIE ISLAND-1
PRAIRIE ISLAND-2
QUAD CITIES-1
QUAD CITIES-2

PWR
PWR
BWR
BWR

522
522
864
864

593
544
912
912

NUCMAN
NUCMAN
EXELON
EXELON

WH
WH
GE
GE

1968-5
1969-5
1967-2
1967-2

1973-12
1974-12
1972-4
1972-5

1973-12
1974-12
1973-2
1973-3

85.0
87.0
69.0
68.0

85.0
87.0
75.0
74.0

-

US -244
US -458
US -272
US -311

R.E. GINNA
RIVER BEND-1
SALEM-1
SALEM-2

PWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

498
978
1111
1129

517
1036
1170
1170

CONST
ENTERGY
PSEG
PSEG

WH
GE
WH
WH

1966-4
1977-3
1968-1
1968-1

1969-12
1985-12
1976-12
1981-6

1970-7
1986-6
1977-6
1981-10

80.0
78.0
60.0
61.0

83.0
80.0
64.0
66.0

-

US -361

SAN ONOFRE-2

PWR

1070

1127 SCE

CE

1974-3

1982-9

1983-8

81.0

81.0

-

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
USA

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

NonElectrical
Apps

Code

Name

US -362
US -443
US -327
US -328

SAN ONOFRE-3
SEABROOK-1
SEQUOYAH-1
SEQUOYAH-2

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1080
1159
1150
1127

1127
1242
1221
1221

SCE
FPL
TVA
TVA

CE
WH
WH
WH

1974-3
1976-7
1970-5
1970-5

1983-9
1990-5
1980-7
1981-12

1984-4
1990-8
1981-7
1982-6

80.0
84.0
66.0
69.0

81.0
85.0
68.0
72.0

-

US -400
US -498
US -499
US -335

SHEARON HARRIS-1
SOUTH TEXAS-1
SOUTH TEXAS-2
ST. LUCIE-1

PWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

900
1280
1280
839

951
1354
1354
850

PROGRESS
STP
STP
FPL

WH
WH
WH
CE

1974-1
1975-9
1975-9
1970-7

1987-1
1988-3
1989-4
1976-5

1987-5
1988-8
1989-6
1976-12

85.0
76.0
77.0
80.0

87.0
78.0
79.0
81.0

-

US -389
US -280
US -281
US -387

ST. LUCIE-2
SURRY-1
SURRY-2
SUSQUEHANNA-1

PWR
PWR
PWR
BWR

839
810
815
1105

850
848
848
1298

FPL
DOMIN
DOMIN
PP&L

CE
WH
WH
GE

1976-6
1968-6
1968-6
1973-11

1983-6
1972-7
1973-3
1982-11

1983-8
1972-12
1973-5
1983-6

85.0
71.0
71.0
80.0

86.0
73.0
73.0
82.0

-

US -388
US -289
US -250
US -251

SUSQUEHANNA-2
THREE MILE ISLAND-1
TURKEY POINT-3
TURKEY POINT-4

BWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

1140
786
693
693

1298
837
760
760

PP&L
EXELON
FPL
FPL

GE
B&W
WH
WH

1973-11
1968-5
1967-4
1967-4

1984-7
1974-6
1972-11
1973-6

1985-2
1974-9
1972-12
1973-9

85.0
69.0
71.0
72.0

86.0
85.0
76.0
75.0

-

US -271
US -395
US -424
US -425

VERMONT YANKEE
VIRGIL C. SUMMER-1
VOGTLE-1
VOGTLE-2

BWR
PWR
PWR
PWR

506
966
1152
1149

563
1003
1160
1160

ENTERGY
SCEG
SOUTH
SOUTH

GE
WH
WH
WH

1967-12
1973-3
1976-8
1976-8

1972-9
1982-11
1987-3
1989-4

1972-11
1984-1
1987-6
1989-5

80.0
80.0
89.0
89.0

83.0
83.0
89.0
90.0

-

US -382

WATERFORD-3

PWR

1089

1200 ENTERGY

CE

1974-11

1985-3

1985-9

85.0

85.0

-

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42

TABLE 10. REACTORS IN OPERATION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
USA

Code

Name

US -390
US -482

WATTS BAR-1
WOLF CREEK

Type
PWR
PWR

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

1121
1165

WH
WH

1972-12
1977-1

1996-2
1985-6

1996-5
1985-9

1270 TVA
1236 WOLF

Status as of 31 December 2005, 443 reactors (369552 MW(e)) were connected to the grid, including 6 units (4904 MW(e)) in Taiwan, China:
CHIN SHAN-1, BWR, 604 MW(e);
CHIN SHAN-2, BWR, 604 MW(e);
KUOSHENG-1, BWR, 948 MW(e);
KUOSHENG-2, BWR, 948 MW(e);
MAANSHAN-1, PWR, 910 MW(e);
MAANSHAN-2, PWR, 910 MW(e).

LF %
to
2004

UCF %
to
2004

90.0
84.0

91.0
85.0

NonElectrical
Apps
-

44

TABLE 11. REACTORS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 31 DEC. 2005
Reactor

Country
Code

Name

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

ARGNTINA

AR -3

ATUCHA-2

PHWR

692

BULGARIA

BG -7
BG -8

BELENE-1
BELENE-2

WWER
WWER

953
953

745 NASA

CHINA

CN -12
CN -10
CN -11

LINGAO 3
TIANWAN 1
TIANWAN 2

PWR
WWER
WWER

1000
1000
1000

FINLAND

FI -5

OLKILUOTO-3

PWR

1600

INDIA

IN -15
IN -16
IN -25
IN -26

KAIGA-3
KAIGA-4
KUDANKULAM-1
KUDANKULAM-2

PHWR
PHWR
WWER
WWER

202
202
917
917

220
220
1000
1000

IN -29
IN -19
IN -20
IN -23

PFBR
RAJASTHAN-5
RAJASTHAN-6
TARAPUR-3

FBR
PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

470
202
202
490

500
220
220
540

IRAN

IR -1

BUSHEHR-1

WWER

915

JAPAN

JP -64

TOMARI-3

PWR

866

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

SIEMENS

1981-7

1000 KOZNPP
1000 KOZNPP

AEE
AEE

1987-1
1987-3




1087 LDNPC
1060 JNPC
1060 JNPC

DFEC
ASEA
AEE&ZAES

2005-12
1999-10
2000-10

2010-7
2005-12

2010-8

2010-12

TVO

Fram ANP

2005-8

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

NPCIL
NPCIL
MAEP
MAEP

2002-3
2002-5
2002-3
2002-7

2006-12
2007-6
2007-9
2008-9

2007-1
2007-7
2007-10
2008-10

2007-3
2007-9
2007-12
2008-12

BHAVINI
NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

NPCIL
NPCIL
NPCIL

2004-10
2002-9
2003-1
2000-5


2007-5
2007-11
2006-7


2007-6
2007-12
2006-9


2007-8
2008-2
2007-1

ASE

1975-5

2006-6

2006-10

2006-12

MHI

2004-11

2009-12

1000 AEOI
912 HEPCO

PAKISTAN

PK -3

CHASNUPP 2

PWR

300

325 PAEC

CNNC

2005-12

2011-2

2011-4

2011-7

ROMANIA

RO -2

CERNAVODA-2

PHWR

655

706 SNN

AECL

1983-7

2006-12

2007-2

2007-6

TABLE 11. REACTORS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
RUSSIA

UKRAINE

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

Code

Name

RU -114
RU -37
RU -120
RU -62

BALAKOVO-5
KALININ-4
KURSK-5
VOLGODONSK-2

WWER
WWER
LWGR
WWER

950
950
925
950

1000
1000
1000
1000

UA -51
UA -52

KHMELNITSKI-3
KHMELNITSKI-4

WWER
WWER

950
950

1000 NNEGC
1000 NNEGC

REA
REA
REA
REA

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

FAEA
FAEA

1987-4
1986-8
1985-12
1983-5




2010-12
2010-12
2010-12
2008-12




1986-3
1987-2


2015-1
2016-1


Status as of 31 December 2005, 27 reactors (21811 MW(e)) are under construction, including 2 units LUNG MEI 1 and LUNG MEI 2 (2600 MW(e)) in Taiwan, China.

45

46

TABLE 12. REACTORS SHUT DOWN, 31 DEC. 2005
Reactor

Country
Code

Type

Name

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

ARMENIA

AM -18

ARMENIA-1

WWER

BELGIUM

BE -1

BR-3

PWR

BULGARIA

BG -1
BG -2

KOZLODUY-1
KOZLODUY-2

WWER
WWER

408
408

CANADA (1)

CA -8
CA -9
CA -2
CA -3

BRUCE-1
BRUCE-2
DOUGLAS POINT
GENTILLY-1

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR
HWLWR

CA -1
CA -5
CA -6

NPD
PICKERING-2
PICKERING-3

FR -9
FR -2
FR -3
FR -4

FRANCE

376

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

Shut Down

FAEA

1973-1

1976-12

1976-12

1979-10

1989-2

WH

1957-11

1962-8

1962-10

1962-10

1987-6

440 KOZNPP
440 KOZNPP

AEE
AEE

1970-4
1970-4

1974-6
1975-8

1974-7
1975-8

1974-10
1975-11

2002-12
2002-12

769
769
206
250

825
825
218
266

OH/AECL
OH/AECL
AECL
AECL

1971-6
1970-12
1960-2
1966-9

1976-12
1976-7
1966-11
1970-11

1977-1
1976-9
1967-1
1971-4

1977-9
1977-9
1968-9
1972-5

1997-10
1995-10
1984-5
1977-6

PHWR
PHWR
PHWR

22
515
515

25 OH
542 OPG
542 OPG

CGE
OH/AECL
OH/AECL

1958-1
1966-9
1967-12

1962-4
1971-9
1972-4

1962-6
1971-10
1972-5

1962-10
1971-12
1972-6

1987-8
1997-12
1997-12

BUGEY-1
CHINON-A1
CHINON-A2
CHINON-A3

GCR
GCR
GCR
GCR

540
70
210
480

555
80
230
480

EDF
EDF
EDF
EDF

VARIOUS
LEVIVIER
LEVIVIER
GTM

1965-12
1957-2
1959-8
1961-3

1972-3
1962-9
1964-8
1966-3

1972-4
1963-6
1965-2
1966-8

1972-7
1964-2
1965-2
1966-8

1994-5
1973-4
1985-6
1990-6

FR -5
FR -6
FR -1B
FR -1

CHOOZ-A(ARDENNES)
EL-4 (MONTS D'ARREE)
G-2 (MARCOULE)
G-3 (MARCOULE)

PWR
HWGCR
GCR
GCR

310
70
38
38

320
75
43
43

SENA
EDF
COGEMA
COGEMA

A/F/W
GAAA
SACM
SACM

1962-1
1962-7
1955-3
1956-3

1966-10
1966-12
1958-7
1959-6

1967-4
1967-7
1959-4
1960-4

1967-4
1968-6
1959-4
1960-4

1991-10
1985-7
1980-2
1984-6

FR -7

ST. LAURENT-A1

GCR

480

500 EDF

VARIOUS

1963-10

1969-1

1969-3

1969-6

1990-4

11

408 JSC

NSSS
Supplier

12 CEN/SCK

BRUCEPOW
BRUCEPOW
OPG
HQ

(1) One reactor in Canada, PICKERING-1 was reconnected to the grid in 2003 and hence has been removed from this table.
In Canada, Bruce 1,2 and Pickering 2,3 might restart in the future.

TABLE 12. REACTORS SHUT DOWN, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

Shut Down

515
1200

VARIOUS
ASPALDO

1966-1
1976-12

1971-7
1985-9

1971-8
1986-1

1971-11

1992-5
1998-12

Code

Name

FRANCE

FR -8
FR -24

ST. LAURENT-A2
SUPER*-PHENIX

GCR
FBR

GERMANY

DE -4
DE -502
DE -503
DE -504

AVR JUELICH (AVR)
GREIFSWALD-1(KGR 1)
GREIFSWALD-2 (KGR 2)
GREIFSWALD-3 (KGR 3)

HTGR
WWER
WWER
WWER

13
408
408
408

15
440
440
440

AVR
EWN
EWN
EWN

BBK
AEE,KAB
AEE,KAB
AEE,KAB

1961-8
1970-3
1970-3
1972-4

1966-8
1973-12
1974-12
1977-10

1967-12
1973-12
1974-12
1977-10

1969-5
1974-7
1975-4
1978-5

1988-12
1990-2
1990-2
1990-2

DE -505
DE -506
DE -3
DE -7

GREIFSWALD-4 (KGR 4)
GREIFSWALD-5 (KGR 5)
GUNDREMMINGEN-A (KRB A)
HDR GROSSWELZHEIM

WWER
WWER
BWR
BWR

408
408
237
23

440
440
250
25

EWN
EWN
KGB
HDR

AEE,KAB
AEE,KAB
AEG,GE
AEG,KWU

1972-4
1976-12
1962-12
1965-1

1979-7
1989-3
1966-8
1969-10

1979-9
1989-4
1966-12
1969-10

1979-11
1989-11
1967-4
1970-8

1990-7
1989-11
1977-1
1971-4

DE -8
DE -6
DE -22
DE -2

KNK II
LINGEN (KWL)
MUELHEIM-KAERLICH (KMK)
MZFR

FBR
BWR
PWR
PHWR

17
250
1219
52

21
268
1302
57

KBG
KWL
RWE
KBG

IA
AEG
BBR
SIEMENS

1974-9
1964-10
1975-1
1961-12

1977-10
1968-1
1986-3
1965-9

1978-4
1968-7
1986-3
1966-3

1979-3
1968-10
1987-8
1966-12

1991-8
1979-1
1988-9
1984-5

DE -11
DE -5
DE -501
DE -10

NIEDERAICHBACH (KKN)
OBRIGHEIM (KWO)
RHEINSBERG (KKR)
STADE (KKS)

HWGCR
PWR
PWR
PWR

100
340
62
640

106
357
70
672

KKN
EnBW
EWN
EON

SIEM,KWU
SIEM,KWU
AEE,KAB
KWU

1966-6
1965-3
1960-1
1967-12

1972-12
1968-9
1966-3
1972-1

1973-1
1968-10
1966-5
1972-1

1973-1
1969-3
1966-10
1972-5

1974-7
2005-5
1990-6
2003-11

DE -19
DE -1
DE -9

THTR-300
VAK KAHL
WUERGASSEN (KWW)

HTGR
BWR
BWR

296
15
640

308 HKG
16 VAK
670 PE

HRB
GE,AEG
AEG,KWU

1971-5
1958-7
1968-1

1983-9
1960-11
1971-10

1985-11
1961-6
1971-12

1987-6
1962-2
1975-11

1988-4
1985-11
1994-8

IT -4

CAORSO

BWR

860

882 SOGIN

AMN/GETS

1970-1

1977-12

1978-5

1981-12

1990-7

ITALY

530 EDF
1242 NERSA

47

48

TABLE 12. REACTORS SHUT DOWN, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Type

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

Code

Name

ITALY

IT -3
IT -2
IT -1

ENRICO FERMI (TRINO)
GARIGLIANO
LATINA

PWR
BWR
GCR

260
150
153

JAPAN

JP -20
JP -1
JP -2

FUGEN ATR
JPDR
TOKAI-1

HWLWR
BWR
GCR

148
13
159

KAZAKHS.

KZ -10

BN-350

FBR

LITHNIA

LT -46

IGNALINA-1

LWGR

NETHLNDS

NL -1

DODEWAARD

BWR

RUSSIA

RU -1
RU -3
RU -6
RU -4

APS-1 OBNINSK
BELOYARSKY-1
BELOYARSKY-2
NOVOVORONEZH-1

LWGR
LWGR
LWGR
WWER

52
1185
55
5
102
146
197

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

Shut Down

270 SOGIN
160 SOGIN
160 SOGIN

WH
GE
TNPG

1961-7
1959-11
1958-11

1964-6
1963-6
1962-12

1964-10
1964-1
1963-5

1965-1
1964-6
1964-1

1990-7
1982-3
1987-12

165 JAEA
13 JAERI
166 JAPC

HITACHI
GE
GEC

1972-5
1960-12
1961-3

1978-3
1963-8
1965-5

1978-7
1963-10
1965-11

1979-3
1965-3
1966-7

2003-3
1976-3
1998-3

MPP

1964-10

1972-11

1973-7

1973-7

1999-4

MAEP

1977-5

1983-10

1983-12

1984-5

2004-12

STORK/H

1965-5

1968-6

1968-10

1969-1

1997-3

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1951-1
1958-6
1962-1
1957-7

1954-5
1963-9
1967-10
1963-12

1954-6
1964-4
1967-12
1964-9

1954-6
1964-4
1969-12
1964-12

2002-4
1983-1
1990-1
1988-2

90 KATEII
1300 INPP
58 GKN(NL)
6
108
160
210

REA
REA
REA
REA

RU -8

NOVOVORONEZH-2

WWER

336

365 REA

FAEA

1964-6

1969-12

1969-12

1970-4

1990-8

SLOVAKIA

SK -1

BOHUNICE A1

HWGCR

110

144 EBO

SKODA

1958-8

1972-10

1972-12

1972-12

1977-1

SPAIN

ES -3

VANDELLOS-1

GCR

480

500 HIFRENSA

CEA

1968-6

1972-2

1972-5

1972-8

1990-7

SWEDEN

SE -1
SE -6
SE -8

AGESTA
BARSEBACK-1
BARSEBACK-2

PHWR
BWR
BWR

10
600
600

12 VAB
615 BKAB
615 BKAB

ABBATOM
ASEASTAL
ABBATOM

1957-12
1971-2
1973-1

1963-7
1975-1
1977-2

1964-5
1975-5
1977-3

1964-5
1975-7
1977-7

1974-6
1999-11
2005-5

TABLE 12. REACTORS SHUT DOWN, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued

UK

UKRAINE

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

Shut Down

BNFL
BNFL
BNFL
BNFL

TNPG
TNPG
TNPG
TNPG

1957-1
1957-1
1957-1
1957-1

1961-8
1962-3
1961-8
1962-4

1962-6
1962-6
1962-7
1962-7

1962-6
1962-10
1962-7
1962-11

1989-3
1988-10
2002-3
2002-3

60
60
60
60

BNFL
BNFL
BNFL
BNFL

UKAEA
UKAEA
UKAEA
UKAEA

1953-8
1953-8
1955-8
1955-8

1956-5
1956-12
1958-3
1958-12

1956-8
1957-2
1958-3
1959-4

1956-10
1957-2
1958-5
1959-4

2003-3
2003-3
2003-3
2003-3

50
50
50
50

60
60
60
60

BNFL
BNFL
BNFL
BNFL

UKAEA
UKAEA
UKAEA
UKAEA

1955-10
1955-10
1955-10
1955-10

1958-11
1959-5
1959-8
1959-12

1959-2
1959-7
1959-11
1960-1

1959-3
1959-8
1959-12
1960-3

2004-6
2004-6
2004-6
2004-6

FBR
FBR
GCR
GCR

14
234
235
235

15
250
267
267

UKAEA
UKAEA
BNFL
BNFL

UKAEA
TNPG
EE/B&W/T
EE/B&W/T

1955-3
1966-1
1957-11
1957-11

1959-11
1974-3
1964-5
1964-10

1962-10
1975-1
1965-2
1965-3

1962-10
1976-7
1965-3
1965-5

1977-3
1994-3
2000-5
2000-5

HUNTERSTON-A1
HUNTERSTON-A2
TRAWSFYNYDD 1
TRAWSFYNYDD 2

GCR
GCR
GCR
GCR

150
150
195
195

173
173
235
235

BNFL
BNFL
BNFL
BNFL

GEC
GEC
APC
APC

1957-10
1957-10
1959-7
1959-7

1963-8
1964-3
1964-9
1964-12

1964-2
1964-6
1965-1
1965-2

1964-2
1964-7
1965-3
1965-3

1990-3
1989-12
1991-2
1991-2

GB -5
GB -12

WINDSCALE AGR
WINFRITH SGHWR

AGR
SGHWR

41 UKAEA
100 UKAEA

VARIOUS
ICL/FE

1958-11
1963-5

1962-8
1967-9

1963-2
1967-12

1963-3
1968-1

1981-4
1990-9

UA -25

CHERNOBYL-1

LWGR

800 MTE

FAEA

1970-3

1977-8

1977-9

1978-5

1996-11

Reactor

Country

Type

Code

Name

GB -3A
GB -3B
GB -4A
GB -4B

BERKELEY 1
BERKELEY 2
BRADWELL 1
BRADWELL 2

GCR
GCR
GCR
GCR

138
138
123
123

166
166
146
146

GB -1A
GB -1B
GB -1C
GB -1D

CALDER HALL 1
CALDER HALL 2
CALDER HALL 3
CALDER HALL 4

GCR
GCR
GCR
GCR

50
50
50
50

GB -2A
GB -2B
GB -2C
GB -2D

CHAPELCROSS 1
CHAPELCROSS 2
CHAPELCROSS 3
CHAPELCROSS 4

GCR
GCR
GCR
GCR

GB -14
GB -15
GB -7A
GB -7B

DOUNREAY DFR
DOUNREAY PFR
HINKLEY POINT-A1
HINKLEY POINT-A2

GB -6A
GB -6B
GB -8A
GB -8B

32
92
725

49

50

TABLE 12. REACTORS SHUT DOWN, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

Shut Down

FAEA
FAEA
FAEA

1973-2
1976-3
1979-4

1978-11
1981-6
1983-11

1978-12
1981-12
1983-12

1979-5
1982-6
1984-3

1991-10
2000-12
1986-4

CPC
DOE/PRWR
CVPA
EXELON

GE
GNEPRWRA
WH
GE

1960-5
1960-1
1960-1
1956-5

1962-9
1964-1
1963-3
1959-10

1962-12
1964-8
1963-12
1960-4

1963-3


1960-7

1997-8
1968-6
1967-1
1978-10

24
65
342
587

RCPA
DETED
PSCC
CYAPC

AC
UEC
GA
WH

1959-1
1956-8
1968-9
1964-5

1962-11
1963-8
1974-1
1967-7

1963-8
1966-8
1976-12
1967-8

1964-7

1979-7
1968-1

1968-2
1972-11
1989-8
1996-12

63
257
48
860

65
277
55
900

PGE
ENTERGY
DPC
MYAPC

GE
B&W
AC
CE

1960-11
1956-5
1963-3
1968-10

1963-2
1962-8
1967-7
1972-10

1963-4
1962-9
1968-4
1972-11

1963-8
1962-10
1969-11
1972-12

1976-7
1974-10
1987-4
1997-8

BWR
BWR
HTGR
PWR

641
59
40
873

684
63
42
917

DOMIN
NUCMAN
EXELON
SMUD

GE
AC
GA
B&W

1966-5
1959-1
1962-2
1969-4

1970-10
1964-1
1966-3
1974-9

1970-11
1966-7
1967-1
1974-10

1971-3

1967-6
1975-4

1998-7
1967-10
1974-11
1989-6

PWR
BWR
PWR
PWR

436
820
880
1095

456
849
959
1155

SCE
LILCO
GPU
PORTGE

WH
GE
B&W
WH

1964-5
1972-11
1969-11
1970-2

1967-6

1978-3
1975-12

1967-7

1978-4
1975-12

1968-1

1978-12
1976-5

1992-11
1989-5
1979-3
1992-11

Type

Code

Name

UKRAINE

UA -26
UA -42
UA -43

CHERNOBYL-2
CHERNOBYL-3
CHERNOBYL-4

LWGR
LWGR
LWGR

925
925
925

USA

US -155
US -4
US -144
US -10

BIG ROCK POINT
BONUS
CVTR
DRESDEN-1

BWR
BWR
PHWR
BWR

67
17
17
197

71
18
19
207

US -1
US -16
US -267
US -213

ELK RIVER
ENRICO FERMI-1
FORT ST. VRAIN
HADDAM NECK

BWR
FBR
HTGR
PWR

22
61
330
560

US -133
US -3
US -409
US -309

HUMBOLDT BAY
INDIAN POINT-1
LACROSSE
MAINE YANKEE

BWR
PWR
BWR
PWR

US -245
US -130
US -171
US -312

MILLSTONE-1
PATHFINDER
PEACH BOTTOM-1
RANCHO SECO-1

US -206
US -322
US -320
US -344

SAN ONOFRE-1
SHOREHAM
THREE MILE ISLAND-2
TROJAN

1000 MTE
1000 MTE
1000 MTE

TABLE 12. REACTORS SHUT DOWN, 31 DEC. 2005 — continued
Reactor

Country
USA

Code

Name

US -29
US -295
US -304

YANKEE NPS
ZION-1
ZION-2

Type
PWR
PWR
PWR

Status as of 31 December 2005, 110 reactors (35309 MW(e)) are permanently shut down.

Capacity
MW(e)
Operator
Net
Gross

NSSS
Supplier

Construction
Start

First
Criticality

Grid
Connection

Commercial
Operation

Shut Down

167
1040
1040

WH
WH
WH

1957-11
1968-12
1968-12

1960-8
1973-6
1973-12

1960-11
1973-6
1973-12

1961-7
1973-12
1974-9

1991-10
1998-1
1998-1

180 YAEC
1085 EXELON
1085 EXELON

51

TABLE 13. ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION STARTS AND
CONNECTIONS TO THE GRID, 1955 TO 2005
Year

Construction
Starts
Units
MW(e)

Connections
to the Grid
Units
MW(e)

Reactors
Iin Operation
Units
MW(e)

1955
1956
1957
1958

8
4
13
6

352
553
1747
434

1
1
1

50
50
50

1959
1960
1961
1962

6
9
7
7

831
895
1384
1237

5
4
1
9

238
452
15
893

1963
1964
1965
1966

5
9
9
15

1600
2695
3144
7312

7
8
8
8

370
1036
1679
1371

1967
1968
1969
1970

26
35
15
37

17186
25483
11621
26491

10
6
10
6

2090
1052
3583
3472

81

16290

1971
1972
1973
1974

15
27
26
28

10196
20722
20974
25318

16
16
20
26

7744
9026
12600
17420

96
111
130
152

24011
32972
45502
62523

1975
1976
1977
1978

33
32
17
13

31959
29887
14611
12192

15
19
18
20

10340
14402
13095
16228

167
184
198
217

72863
87189
99713
115784

1979
1980
1981
1982

25
20
15
14

22166
19283
14123
15738

8
21
23
19

6945
15489
20474
15733

223
243
265
283

121599
136978
157436
173026

1983
1984
1985
1986

9
7
13
7

7561
7098
11069
5442

23
33
33
26

18928
31774
31355
26389

305
335
365
390

191846
223253
254232
279681

1987
1988
1989
1990

8
5
6
4

7582
5881
4018
2421

22
14
12
10

22198
13893
10645
10487

408
417
423
419

301645
313675
322045
327555

1991
1992
1993
1994

2
3
4
2

2291
3092
3535
1300

4
6
9
5

3668
4809
9000
4191

417
420
429
431

329413
332176
341176
343973

1995
1996
1997
1998

1
5
3

610
4386
2096

5
6
3
4

3536
7033
3645
2975

435
439
435
434

346710
352468
352840
351712

1999
2000
2001
2002

4
6
1
5

4560
5332
1304
2440

4
6
3
6

2752
3106
2696
4866

436
439
442
444

353812
355548
358244
362233

2003
2004
2005

1
2
3

202
1336
2900

2
5
4

1610
4785
3821

440
440
443

362870
366270
369552

53

54

TABLE 14. AVERAGE CONSTRUCTION TIME SPAN

Country

1971
to
1975
No. Months

ARGNTINA
ARMENIA
BELGIUM
BRAZIL

1

70

3

56

BULGARIA
CANADA
CHINA
CZECH R.

2
5

59
58

FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
HUNGARY
INDIA
ITALY
JAPAN
KAZAKHS.
KOREA RP
LITHNIA
MEXICO

1976
to
1980
No. Months
2

3
6

69
56

1

88

8
1

46
106

1
4

Operating and Shut Down Reactors (Year of Grid Connection)/Average Construction Time
1981
1986
1991
1996
to
to
to
to
1985
1990
1995
2000
No. Months
No. Months
No. Months
No. Months
1

19

4
1

82
132

1
7

104
93

1
5

89
99

1

74

3

93

24
7
2

68
108
112

15
6
2

87
104
90

2001
to
2005
No. Months

2005
No.

Months

52

87
70

4
13
9

70
65
70

1
1
11

152
101
58

2

154

1

10

48

8

1

59

4

65

4
1
1

Note: Construction time is measured from the first pouring of concrete to the connection of the unit to the grid.

1
2
3

1

295

1

167

4

126

113
97
75

6
1

64
191

3

96

152

3

129

4

125

1

64

50

10

58

3

45

4

47

2

50

63
116
151

2

61

5

56

4

54

1

53

1

210

TABLE 14. AVERAGE CONSTRUCTION TIME SPAN — continued

Country

NETHLNDS
PAKISTAN
ROMANIA
RUSSIA
S.AFRICA
SLOVAKIA
SLOVENIA
SPAIN

1971
to
1975
No. Months
1
1

49
63

9

52

1976
to
1980
No. Months

Operating and Shut Down Reactors (Year of Grid Connection)/Average Construction Time
1981
1986
1991
1996
to
to
to
to
1985
1990
1995
2000
No. Months
No. Months
No. Months
No. Months
1
1

6

89

9

76

4

69

2
2
1
5

101
99
80
114

2

96

1

173

2

54

5
2
3

58
50
98

3
1
4
3

78
63
106
84

4
1
6
7

78
125
191
67

4
6

98
62

1
1

80
113

USA

39

67

18

96

25

129

21

155

1

TOTAL

93

64

86

77

131

95

84

101

29

Note: Construction time is measured from the first pouring of concrete to the connection of the unit to the grid.
The totals include the following data in Taiwan, China:
— 1976 to 1980: 2 units, 64 months;
— 1981 to 1985: 4 units, 72 months.

2005
No.

Months

4

54

83
169

109

1

SWEDEN
SWITZRLD
UK
UKRAINE

2

83

2001
to
2005
No. Months

2

187

223

1

279

91

23

121

2

233

2

227

20

98

55

56

TABLE 15. CUMULATIVE PERFORMANCE FACTORS BY REACTOR CATEGORY UP TO 2004
Reactor Category

Reactors in the World
Net
Capacity
MW(e)

Number
of
Units

Years of
Commercial
Experience

Reactors reporting to IAEA PRIS (see note)
Net
Cumulative
Cumulative
Capacity
Load
Availability
MW(e)
Factor %
Factor %

Number
of
Units

Years of
Commercial
Operation

PHWR 100-599 MWe

20

5804

367.5

20

5804

65.4

67.0

354.1

PHWR >= 600MWe

20

14639

294.7

20

14639

80.7

80.9

283.2

AGR

270.8

14

8380

272.9

14

8380

69.1

70.8

GCR 100-599 MWe

8

2284

294.5

8

2284

71.9

75.2

116.0

PWR 100-599 MWe

24

10937

687.1

24

10937

78.7

79.4

685.1

PWR >= 600 MWe

3703.4

192

195546

3719.7

192

195546

76.1

78.9

WWER 100-599 MWe

27

11199

583.9

27

11199

77.0

78.2

571.2

WWER >=600 MWe

23

21856

339.2

23

21856

65.4

66.9

339.2

BWR 100-599 MWe

14

5942

424.2

14

5942

69.9

71.8

423.2

BWR >= 600 MWe

78

76114

1743.4

78

76114

72.8

75.1

1702.1

FBR

2

793

53.1

2

793

64.3

66.5

39.1

LWGR<600 MWe

4

44

117.3

4

44

63.3

70.2

117.3

LWGR >= 600 MWe
TOTAL

12

11360

271.0

12

11360

68.0

68.6

271.0

438

364173

9168.5

438

364173

74.3

76.6

8875.7

Note: 2004 is the latest year for which operating experience data are currently available to the IAEA.
Reactors permanently shut down during or before 2004 are not considered.

TABLE 16. AVERAGE FULL OUTAGE STATISTICS DURING 2004
Full Outage Hours
per Operating
Experience Year

Number of Units

Reactor Type

Reporting Outage to IAEA PRIS

In the World

%
Planned
Outages

%
Unplanned
Outages

PHWR 100-599 MWe

20

19

2051

64.5

35.5

PHWR >= 600MWe

20

20

1100

66.5

33.5

AGR

14

11

2500

35.3

64.7

8

8

2146

77.1

22.9
21.3

GCR 100-599 MWe
PWR 100-599 MWe

24

23

1241

78.7

PWR >= 600 MWe

192

183

1165

73.8

26.2

27

27

1398

77.8

22.2

WWER 100-599 MWe
WWER >= 600 MWe

21

21

1629

86.1

13.9

BWR 100-599 MWe

14

13

2121

34.5

65.5

BWR >= 600 MWe

78

73

1719

65.4

34.6

FBR

2

1

1599

99.4

0.6

LWGR < 600 MWe

4

4

1838

96.2

3.8

LWGR >= 600 MWe

12

12

2536

98.5

1.5

436

415

ALL REACTORS

Note: 2004 is the latest year for which outage information is currently available to the IAEA.
Reactors shut down during 2004 are not considered.

57

58

TABLE 17. CAUSES OF FULL OUTAGES DURING 2004
Outage Cause

Planned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Unplanned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Plant equipment failure
Refuelling without a maintenance
Inspection, maintenance or repair combined with refuelling
Inspection, maintenance or repair without refuelling
Testing of plant systems or components
Major back-fitting, refurbishment or upgrading activities with refuelling
Nuclear regulatory requirements

3566

1.1

3861

265590

81.7

299950

77.7

29786

9.2

47392

12.3

84376

65.0

107695

67.1

420

0.3

533

0.3

1.0

3392

1.0

6773

1.8

13047

4.0

17343

4.5

9659

3.0

10708

2.8

686

0.5

2773

1.7

956

0.7

1536

1.0

Load-following (frequency control, reserve shutdown due to reduced energy demand)

2639

2.0

2941

1.8

Human factor related

4143

3.2

4689

2.9

Grid failure or grid unavailability

Governmental requirements or court decisions
Environmental conditions (flood, storm, lightning, lack of cooling water,cooling water temperature limits etc.)
Fire

6

0.0

4

0.0

1900

1.5

1929

1.2

102

0.1

144

0.1

TABLE 17. CAUSES OF FULL OUTAGES DURING 2004 — continued
Outage Cause

Planned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Unplanned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Fuel management limitation (including high flux tilt, stretch out or coast-down operation)

228

0.2

260

Fuel management limitation (including high flux tilt, stretch out or coast-down operation)

240

0.2

402

0.3

34015

26.0

3706

23.4

129711

100.0

160512

100.0

Other
TOTAL
Note: 2004 is the latest year for which outage information is currently available to the IAEA.
Only reactors which have achieved full commercial operation in or before 2004 are considered.

24
325064

20
100.0

386047

100.0

0.2

59

60

TABLE 18. CAUSES OF FULL OUTAGES, 1971 TO 2004
Outage Cause

Planned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Unplanned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Plant equipment failure

14703

0.1

21131

0.2

2981537

70.9

4022968

73.4

Refuelling without a maintenance

11306

0.1

15074

0.1

85088

2.0

114313

2.1

Inspection, maintenance or repair combined with refuelling

7946548

80.1

9844155

75.3

67308

1.6

83102

1.5

Inspection, maintenance or repair without refuelling

1579775

15.9

2666055

20.4

20133

0.5

22151

0.4

Testing of plant systems or components

74982

0.8

96252

0.7

28098

0.7

41538

0.8

Major back-fitting, refurbishment or upgrading activities with refuelling

40961

0.4

58124

0.4

396

0.0

567

0.0

Nuclear regulatory requirements

82080

0.8

169846

1.3

294406

7.0

348930

6.4

Grid failure or grid unavailability

26

0.0

41

0.0

39072

0.9

81255

1.5

171974

1.7

189695

1.5

601769

14.3

667207

12.2

181

0.0

176

0.0

16816

0.4

20575

0.4

214

0.0

279

0.0

Environmental conditions (flood, storm, lightning, lack of cooling water,cooling water temperature limits etc.)

6767

0.2

6711

0.1

Fire

1583

0.0

1846

0.0

Load-following (frequency control, reserve shutdown due to reduced energy demand)
Human factor related
Governmental requirements or court decisions

TABLE 18. CAUSES OF FULL OUTAGES, 1971 TO 2004 — continued
Outage Cause

Planned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Unplanned
Full Outages
Energy Loss
Time Loss
GW(e).h
%
Hours
%

Fuel management limitation (including high flux tilt, stretch out or coast-down operation)
Fuel management limitation (including high flux tilt, stretch out or coast-down operation)

545

0.0

598

0.0

703

0.0

991

0.0

376

0.0

509

0.0

Others

155

0.0

161

0.0

59844

1.4

68348

1.2

TOTAL

9923236

100.0

13061308

100.0

4204110

100.0

5481290

100.0

Note: 2004 is the latest year for which outage information is currently available to the IAEA.
Only reactors which have achieved full commercial operation in or before 2004 are considered.

61

62

TABLE 19. COUNTRIES - Abbreviations and Summary
Country
Code

Full Name

Operational

AM
AR
AT
BE

ARMENIA
ARGENTINA
AUSTRIA
BELGIUM

BG
BR
CA
CH

BULGARIA
BRAZIL
CANADA
SWITZERLAND

CN
CU
CZ
DE

CHINA
CUBA
CZECH REPUBLIC
GERMANY

6
17

ES
FI
FR
GB

SPAIN
FINLAND
FRANCE
UNITED KINGDOM

9
4
59
23

HU
IN
IR
IT

HUNGARY
INDIA
IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF
ITALY

4
15

JP
KP

JAPAN
DEM. P.R. KOREA

56

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

1
2

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

1
1
1

7

1

4
2
18
5

2

9

3

2
7

2
2
19

6

1

5

1
11
22
8
1
4
1

3

3
1

TABLE 19. COUNTRIES - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Country
Code

Full Name

KR
KZ
LT
MX

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
KAZAKHSTAN
LITHUANIA, REPUBLIC OF
MEXICO

NL
PH
PK
PL

NETHERLANDS
PHILIPPINES
PAKISTAN
POLAND

RO
RU
SE
SI

ROMANIA
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
SWEDEN
SLOVENIA

SK
UA
US
ZA

SLOVAK REPUBLIC
UKRAINE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
SOUTH AFRICA

TOTAL
Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.
Note: The total includes the following data in Taiwan, China:
— 6 units in operation; 2 units in operation.

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

20
1
1

1
2
1

1

1
1

2
1
31
10
1
6
15
104
2
443

1
1
4

5
3

1

1

3
5

8

2

1
4
23

2
1
4

3
37

27

110

25

62

63

64

TABLE 20. REACTOR TYPES - Abbreviations and Summary
Type
Code

Full Name

Operational

ABWR
AGR
BWR
FBR

Advanced Boiling Light-Water-Cooled and Moderated Reactor
Advanced Gas-Cooled, Graphite-Moderated Reactor
Boiling Light-Water-Cooled and Moderated Reactor
Fast Breeder Reactor

4
14
90
3

GCR
HTGR
HWGCR
HWLWR

Gas-Cooled, Graphite-Moderated Reactor
High-Temperature Gas-Cooled, Graphite-Moderated Reactor
Heavy-Water-Moderated, Gas-Cooled Reactor
Heavy-Water-Moderated, Boiling Light-Water-Cooled Reactor

8

LWGR
PHWR
PWR
PWR-WWER

Light-Water-Cooled, Graphite-Moderated Reactor
Pressurized Heavy-Water-Moderated and Cooled Reactor
Pressurized Light-Water-Moderated and Cooled Reactor
Water Cooled Water Moderated Power Reactor

SGHWR

Steam-Generating Heavy-Water Reactor

TOTAL

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

16
41
214
53

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

2
1

1
7
4
12

1
20
6

2
2

29
4
3
2

1

8
9
17
10

3
6
11

27
11

25

62

18
1

5

1
443

27

110

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary
Operator
Code

Full Name

Operational

AEOI
AMEREN
ANAV
ANPP

ATOMIC ENERGY ORGANIZATION OF IRAN
AMEREN
ASOCIACION NUCLEAR ASCO-VANDELLOS A.I.E. (ENDESA/ID)
ARIZONA NUCLEAR POWER PROJECT

AVR
BE
BHAVINI
BKAB

ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT VERSUCHSREAKTOR GMBH
BRITISH ENERGY
BHARATIYA NABHIKIYA VIDYUT NIGAM LIMITED
BARSEBECK KRAFT AB

BKW
BNFL
BRUCEPOW
CEA/EDF

BKW ENERGIE AG
BRITISH NUCLEAR FUELS PLC
BRUCE POWER
COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE / ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE

1
8
6
1

CEI
CEN/SCK
CEZ
CFE

CLEVELAND ELECTRIC ILLUMINATING CO.
CENTRE D'ETUDE DE L'ENERGIE NUCLEAIRE / STUDIECENTRUM VOOR KERNENERGIE
CZECH POWER COMPANY , CEZ A.S.
COMISION FEDERAL DE ELECTRICIDAD

6
2

CG&E
CHUBU
CHUGOKU
CNAT

CINCINNATI GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
CHUBU ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC.
CHUGOKU ELECTRIC POWER CO.
CENTRALES NUCLEARES ALMARAZ-TRILLO(ID/UFG/ENDESA/HC/NUCLENOR )

5
2
3

COGEMA
CONST

COMPAGNIE GENERALE DES MATIERES NUCLEAIRES
CONSTELLATION NUCLEAR GROUP

5

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

1
1
3
3
1
15
1
2
18
2
1
1
2
1

2

65

66

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Operator
Code

Full Name

CPC
CPL
CVPA
CYAPC

CONSUMERS POWER CO.
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO.
CAROLINAS-VIRGINIA NUCLEAR POWER ASSOC.
CONNECTICUT YANKEE ATOMIC POWER CO.

DETED
DOE/PRWR
DOMIN
DPC

DETROIT EDISON CO.
DOE & PUERTO RICO WATER RESOURCES
DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER
DAIRYLAND POWER COOPERATIVE

DPRK
DUKE
EBO
EDF

DPRK - TONGHAE NPP
DUKE POWER CO.
ELECTROSTATION BOHUNICE
ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE

EJZ
ELECTRAB
ELETRONU
EMO

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT ZARNOWIEC
ELECTRABEL M. V. NUCLEAIRE PRODUKTIE
ELETROBRAS TERMONUCLEAR SA - ELETRONUCLEAR
ELECTROSTATION MOCHOVCE

EnBW
ENEL
ENELENEA
ENERGYNW

ENBW KRAFTWERK AG
ENEL - SOCIETA PER AZIONI
ENEL SOCIETA PER AZIONI/ENTE PER LE NUOVE TECNOLOGIE, L'ENERGIA E L'AMBIENTE
ENERGY NORTWEST

ENTERGY
EON
EPZ

ENTERGY NUCLEAR
EON KERNKRAFT GES.M.B.H
N.V. ELEKTRICITEITS-PRODUKTIEMAATSCHAPPIJ ZUID-NEDERLAND

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended
1

Cancelled
2
3

1
1
1
6

1
1
1
1
1

7
4
58

3
1
7
1

7
2
2
4

2
1
2
1

1
10
7
1

1
1

1

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Operator
Code

Full Name

ESKOM
EWN
EXELON
FENOC

ESKOM
ENERGIEWERKE NORD GMBH
EXELON NUCLEAR CO.
FIRST ENERGY NUCLEAR OPERATING CO.

FKA
FORTUMPH
FPL
GKN(NL)

FORSMARK KRAFTGRUPP AB
FORTUM POWER AND HEAT OY (FORMER IVO)
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO.
GEMEENSCHAPPELIJKE KERNENERGIECENTRALE NEDERLAND (GKN)

GKT
GNPJVC
GPU
GSU

GEMEINSCHAFTSKERNKRAFTWERK TULLNERFELD
GUANDONG NUCLEAR POWER JOINT VENTURE COMPANY LIMITED(GNPJVC)
GENERAL PUBLIC UTILITIES
GULF STATES UTILITIES CO.

HDR
HEPCO
HEW
HIFRENSA

HEISSDAMPFREAKTOR-BETRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT MBH.
HOKKAIDO ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC.
HAMBURGISCHE ELEKTRIZITAETSWERKE
HISPANO-FRANCESA DE ENERGIA NUCLEAR, S.A.

HKG
HOKURIKU
HQ
ID

HOCHTEMPERATUR-KERNKRAFTWERK GMBH
HOKURIKU ELECTRIC POWER CO.
HYDRO QUEBEC
IBERDROLA, S.A.

ID/CSE
IMPCO
INPP

IBERDROLA, S.A./COMPANIA SEVILLANA DE ELECTRICIDAD, S.A.
INDIANA MICHIGAN POWER CO.
IGNALINA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

2
6
4

17
4
3
2
5

5

1
1
1

2
1
1
1
2
2

1
1
1

2
1
1

1
3
2

2
1

1

1

67

68

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Operator
Code

Full Name

IPC
JAEA
JAERI
JAPC

ILLINOIS POWER CO.
JAPAN ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY
JAPAN ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
JAPAN ATOMIC POWER CO.

JCPL
JNPC
JSC
KATEII

JERSEY CENTRAL POWER & LIGHT CO.
JIANGSU NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION
JOINT STOCK COMPANY ARMENIAN NPP
NATIONAL CORPORATION FOR ATOMIC ENERGY AND INDUSTRY

KBG
KEPCO
KGB
KHNP

KERNKRAFTWERK-BETRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
KANSAI ELECTRIC POWER CO.
KERNKRAFTWERKE GUNDREMMINGEN BETRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
KOREA HYDRO AND NUCLEAR POWER CO.

KKG
KKL
KKN
KOZNPP

KERNKRAFTWERK GOESGEN-DAENIKEN AG
KERNKRAFTWERK LEIBSTADT
KERNKRAFTWERK NIEDERAICHBACH GMBH
KOZLODUY NPP-PLC

KWL
KYUSHU
LANPC
LDNPC

KERNKRAFTWERK LINGEN GMBH
KYUSHU ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC.
LINGAO NUCLEAR POWER COMPANY LTD.
LINGDONG NUCLEAR POWER COMPANY LTD.

LILCO
MINBAS
MINENERG

LONG ISLAND LIGHTING CO.
MINISTERIO DE LA INDUSTRIA BASICA
MINENERGO SSSR - THE USSR MINISTRY OF POWER AND ELECTRIFICATION

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled
1

1

1
1
1

3

1
2
1

1
1
2

11
1
20
1
1
4

2

1
2
1

6
2
1
1
2
1

3

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Operator
Code

Full Name

MP&L
MTE
MYAPC
NASA

MISSISSIPPI POWER & LIGHT CO.
MINTOPENERGO OF UKRAINE - MINISTRY OF FUEL AND ENERGY OF UKRAINE
MAINE YANKEE ATOMIC POWER CO.
NUCLEOELECTRICA ARGENTINA S.A.

NBEPC
NEK
NERSA
NIPS

NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION
NUKLEARNA ELEKTRARNA KRSKO
CENTRALE NUCLEAIRE EUROPEENE A NEUTRONS RAPIDES S.A.
NORTH INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICES CO.

NNEGC
NOK
NPCIL
NPPD

NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY GENERATING COMPANY <ENERGOATOM>
NORDOSTSCHWEIZERISCHE KRAFTWERKE
NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT

NPQJVC
NUCLENOR
NUCMAN
OH

NUCLEAR POWER PLANT QINSHAN JOINT VENTURE COMPANY LTD.
NUCLENOR, S.A.
NUCLEAR MANAGEMENT CO.
ONTARIO HYDRO

OKG
OPG
OPPD
PAEC

OKG AKTIEBOLAG
ONTARIO POWER GENERATION
OMAHA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT
PAKISTAN ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION

PAKS RT.
PE
PGE

PAKS NUCLEAR POWER PLANT LTD
PREUSSENELEKTRA KERNKRAFT GMBH&CO KG
PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC CO.

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled
1

4
1
2

1

1
1
1
1
15
2
15
1

2
7

2
1
8
3
10
1
2

1
1
3
1

4
2

1
1

69

70

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Operator
Code

Full Name

PORTGE
PP&L
PROGRESS
PSCC

PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
PENNSYLVANIA POWER & LIGHT CO.
PROGRESS ENERGY CORPORATION
PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF COLORADO

PSCO
PSEG
PSI
QNPC

PUBLIC SERVICES CO. OF OKLAHOMA
PUBLIC SERVICE ELECTRIC & GAS CO.
PUBLIC SERVICE OF INDIANA
QINSHAN NUCLEAR POWER COMPANY

RAB
RCPA
REA
RPNPC

RINGHALS AB
RURAL COOPERATIVE POWER ASSOC.
ROSENERGOATOM, CONSORTIUM
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POWER CORPORATION

RWE
SBK
SCE
SCEG

RWE ENERGIE AG
SCHNELL-BRUETER-KERNKRAFTWERKSGESELLSCHAFT MBH
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON
SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC & GAS CO.

SENA
SHIKOKU
SMUD
SNN

SOCIETE D'ENERGIE NUCLEAIRE FRANCO-BELGE DES ARDENNES
SHIKOKU ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC
SACRAMENTO MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT
SOCIETATEA NATIONALA NUCLEARELECTRICA S.A.

SOGIN
SOUTH
STP

SOCIETA GESTIONE IMPANTI NUCLEARI
SOUTHERN NUCLEAR OPERATING CO.
STP NUCLEAR OPERATING CO.

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

1
2
5
1
2
1
2

3
1
4
31

4

1
5

4

1

2
1

1

5
1

8

1

1
3
1
1

1

3
4

6
2

TABLE 21. OPERATORS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
Operator
Code

Full Name

TEPCO
TOHOKU
TPC
TQNPC

TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC.
TOHOKU ELECTRIC POWER CO.,INC
TAI POWER CO.
THE THIRD QINSHAN JOINTED VENTURE COMPANY LTDA.

TVA
TVO
TXU
UFG

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY
TEOLLISUUDEN VOIMA OY
TXU ELECTRIC CO.
UNION FENOSA GENERATION S.A.

UKAEA
UNION
VAB
VAK

UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY
UNION ELECTRIC CO.
VATTENFALL AB (FORMER SSPB)
VERSUCHSATOMKRAFTWERK KAHL GMBH

VEPCO
WOLF
WPPSS
YAEC

VIRGINIA ELECTRIC POWER CO.
WOLF CREEK NUCLEAR OPERATION CORP.
WASHINGTON PUBLIC POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
YANKEE ATOMIC ELECTRIC CO.

TOTAL
Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational
17
4
6
2
6
2
2
1

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

2
3

8

1

4
1
1
1
4
1
1

3

25

62

1
443

27

110

71

72

TABLE 22. NSSS SUPPLIERS - Abbreviations and Summary
NSSS Supplier
Code

Full Name

Operational

A/F/W
AA
ABBATOM
AC

ASSOCIATION ACEC,FRAMATOME ET WESTINGHOUSE.
ALSTHOM ATLANTIQUE
ABBATOM (FORMERLY ASEA-ATOM)
ALLIS CHALMERS

1
5

ACECOWEN
ACLF
AECL
AECL/DAE

ACECOWEN ( ACEC-COCKERILL-WESTINGHOUSE )
(ACECOWEN - CREUSOT LOIRE - FRAMATOME)
ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LTD.
ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LTDA AND DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY(INDIA)

4
1
7
1

AECL/DHI
AEE
AEE&ZAES
AEE,KAB

ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LTD./DOOSAN HEAVY INDUSTRY & CONSTRUCTION
ATOMENERGOEXPORT
FOREIGN ECONOMIC PUBLIC LIMITED CO. ATOMENERGOEXPORT, RUSSIA&RUSSIA PRODUCTION
ASSOCIATION ZARUBEZHATOMENERGOSTROY
ATOMENERGOEXPORT, KRAFTWERKSANLAGENBAU AG

AEG
AEG,GE
AEG,KWU
AMN/GETS

ALLGEMEINE ELEKTRICITAETS-GESELLSCHAFT
ALLGEMEINE ELECTRICITAETS-GESELLSCHAFT, GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY (US)
ALLGEMEINE ELEKTRICITAETS GESELLSCHAFT, KRAFTWERK UNION AG
ANSALDO MECCANICO NUCLEARE SPA / GENERAL ELECTRIC TECHNICAL SERVICES CO

ANSALDO
APC
ASE
ASEA

ANSALDO SPA
ATOMIC POWER CONSTRUCTION LTD.
ATOMSTROYEXPORT

2

ASEASTAL

ASEA-ATOM / STAL-LAVAL

4

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

Cancelled

1

3
12

2
3

1

2

2
1

2

2

6
1
1
2
1

5

2
1

2
1
1
1

TABLE 22. NSSS SUPPLIERS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
NSSS Supplier
Code

Full Name

ASPALDO
B&W
BBC
BBK

ASPALDO
BABCOCK & WILCOX CO.
BROWN BOVERI ET CIE
BROWN BOVERI-KRUPP REAKTORBAU GMBH

BBR
CE
CEA
CGE

BROWN BOVERI REAKTOR GMBH
COMBUSTION ENGINEERING CO.
COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE
CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC

CNCLNEY

CNIM-CONSTRUCTIONS NAVALES ET INDUSTRIELLES DE MEDITERRANEE CL - CREUSOT LOIRE , NEY NEYRPIC
CHINA NATIONAL NUCLEAR CORPORATION
DONGFANG ELECTRIC CORPORATION
DOOSAN HEAVY INDUSTRIES & CONSTRUCTION CO.LTD./KOREA ATOMICENERGY RESEARCH
INSTITUTE/COMBUSTIONENGINEERING

CNNC
DFEC
DHICKAEC
DHICKOPC

DOOSAN HEAVY INDUSTRIES & CONSTRUCTION CO.LTD./KOREA POWER ENGINEERING
COMPANY/COMBUSTIONENGINEERING

DOOSAN
EE/B&W/T
FAEA

THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC CO. LTD / BABCOCK & WILCOX CO. / TAYLOR WOODROW CONSTRUCTION LTD.
FEDERAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY

FECNE
FRAM
Fram ANP
FRAMACEC

FABRICA ECHIPAMENTE CENTRALE NUCLEAROELECTRICE BUCURESTI
FRAMATOME
FRAMATOME ANP
FRAMACECO ( FRAMATOME-ACEC-COCKERILL )

Operational

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended
1
3

7
1

3

5

1
1
1
1
1

14
1

8

1
4

1
1

2
6
1

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Cancelled

4
32

2

2
9
3

63
1
2

73

74

TABLE 22. NSSS SUPPLIERS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
NSSS Supplier
Code

Full Name

GA
GAAA
GE
GE,AEG

GENERAL ATOMIC CORP.
GROUPEMENT ATOMIQUE ALSACIENNE ATLANTIQUE
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY (US), ALLGEMEINE ELEKTRICITAETS- GESELLSCHAFT

GE/GETSC
GE/T
GEC
GETSCO

GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. / GENERAL ELECTRIC TECHNICAL SERVICES CO.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. / TOSHIBA CORPORATION
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY (UK)
GENERAL ELECTRIC TECHNICAL SERVICES CO.

GNEPRWRA
GTM
HITACHI
HRB

GENERAL NUCLEAR ENGINEERING & PUERTO RICO WATER RESOURCES AUTHORITY (US)
GRANDS TRAVAUX DE MARSEILLE
HITACHI LTD.
HOCHTEMPERATUR-REAKTORBAU GMBH

IA
ICL/FE
INB
KWU

INTERATOM INTERNATIONALE ATOMREAKTORBAU GMBH
INTERNATIONAL COMBUSTION LTD. / FAIREY ENGINEERING LTD.
INTERNATIONALE NATRIUM-BRUTREAKTOR-BAU GMBH
SIEMENS KRAFTWERK UNION AG

KWU/STOR
LEVIVIER
MAEP
MEGADEX

KRAFTWERK UNION AG / STORK
LEVIVIER
MINATOMENERGOPROM, MINISTRY OF NUCLEAR POWER AND INDUSTRY
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING COMPANY FOR POWER GENERATION, DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSMISSION

MHI
MPP
NEI.P

MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.
MANGISHLAK POWER PLANT
NEI PARSONS

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Operational

47

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

2

1
2
2
2

2
1
7
1

Cancelled

17

3
1
1
1
1

10

1
1
18

1
1

1

1
1

2

2
1
1

18

1
1

2

1
1

TABLE 22. NSSS SUPPLIERS - Abbreviations and Summary — continued
NSSS Supplier
Code

Full Name

Operational

NNC
NPC
NPCIL
OH/AECL

NATIONAL NUCLEAR CORPORATION
NUCLEAR POWER CO. LTD.
NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION OF INDIA LTD.
ONTARIO HYDRO / ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LTD.

2
6
11
14

PAA
PAIP
PPC
SACM

PRODUCTION AMALGAMATION 'ATOMMASH', VOLGODONSK
PRODUCTION AMALGAMATION IZHORSKY PLANT ATOMMASH,VOLGODONSK,RUSSIA
PWR POWER PROJECTS
SOCIETE ALSACIENNE DE CONSTRUCTIONS MECANIQUES

4
11
1

SIEM,KWU
SIEMENS
SKODA
STORK/H

SIEMENS AG, KRAFTWERK UNION AG
SIEMENS AG
SKODA CONCERN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT WORKS
STORK - HOLEC

2
1
10

T/H/F/M
TNPG
TOSHIBA
UEC

TOSHIBA / HITACHI / FUJI ELECTRIC HOLDINGS / MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES
THE NUCLEAR POWER GROUP LTD.
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
UNITED ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS

1
8
17

UKAEA
VARIOUS
WH
WH/MHI

UNITED KINGDOM ATOMIC ENERGY AUTHORITY
VARIOUS
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION / MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.

Only reactors for which construction had commenced are counted for cancellations and suspensions.

Cancelled

5
4

2
1

2
1
1
1

4

6
1
9
4
9

73
1

OTHER
TOTAL

Number of Reactors, as of 31 Dec. 2005
Construction Shut Down
Suspended

443

5

1

8

23

27

110

25

62

75

76

Number of reactors / net electrical power GW(e)

14

AGR

8.38

90

53

8

LWGR

FBR

3

5.26

ABWR

4

Number of Reactors
Net Electrical Power (GW(e))

PHWR

1.04

Figure 1. Nuclear reactors by type and net electrical power
(as of 31 Dec. 2005)

Reactor Type

16

250

2.28

GCR

11.4

200

35.71

WWER

41

150

79.17

BWR

20.93

100

50

0

214

PWR

205.38

Number of reactors / net e lectrical power GW(e)

10.45

11

2.6

Number of Reactors

1

LWGR

0.93

1

FBR

0.47

Net Electrical Power (GW(e))

PHWR

7

Reactor Type

ABWR

2

77

Figure 2. Reactors under construction by type and net electrical
power (as of 31 Dec. 2005)

WWER

2.65

20

10

0

4

PWR

3.77

78

FRANCE

78.5%
69.6%

LITHNIA
56.1%

SLOVAKIA

55.6%

BELGIUM
UKRAINE

48.5%

SWEDEN

46.7%
44.7%

KOREA RP

44.1%

BULGARIA

42.7%

ARMENIA

42.4%

SLOVENIA
37.2%

HUNGARY
32.9%

FINLAND

32.1%

SWITZRLD

31.0%

GERMANY

30.5%

CZECH R.

29.7%

JAPAN
19.9%

UK

19.6%

SPAIN
USA

19.3%

RUSSIA

15.8%

CANADA

14.6%

ROMANIA

8.6%
6.9%

ARGNTINA

5.5%

S.AFRICA

5.0%

MEXICO

3.9%

NETHLNDS
INDIA

2.8%

PAKISTAN

2.8%

BRAZIL

2.5%

CHINA

2.0%

0%

20%

40%

60%

Nuclear Share (%)

Figure 3. Nuclear Share of Electricity Generation (as of 31 Dec. 2005)
Note: The nuclear share of electricity supplied in Taiwan, China was 20.3% of the total.

80%

100%

Number of Reactors / Construction Time (in months)
140

86
77

131

1981 — 1985

95

84

1986 — 1990

101

29

Construction Time

1991 — 1995

91

23

1996 — 2000

121

16

2001 — 2005

2005

120

100

80

60

40

20

0

64

1976 — 1980
Number of Reactors

Figure 4. Average Construction Time Span
(as of 31 Dec. 2005)

93

1971 — 1975

109

4
54

79

80

35

32

33

30

24

25

Number of Reactors

22

23
21

19

20

15

14

15

10

9

10

5

22

21

4

6

5

6
4

3

2

6
4

3

5

5

11

16

15

14
11

12
10
7

7

6

5

4

2

1

2

2

0

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Reactor Age (in years)

Figure 5. Number of Reactors in Operation By Age (as of 31 Dec. 2005)

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

1990

1989

1988

1987

1986

1985

1984

1983

1982

1981

1980

1979

1978

1977

1976

1975

1974

1973

1972

1

1971

2
2

1

1970

3

3

0

1969

3
3

1

1967

4

4
4

4

2

2

1968

5

5

5

3

1966

Construction Starts

6

6
6

6

5

5

4

4

4

1965

9

6

5

1964

10

6

1963

12

7

7

7

1961

13

9

1962

14

14

8

1960

19

15

13

1959

22

20

17

6

6

5

1

81
Figure 6. Annual Construction Starts and Connections to the Grid (1955–2005)
23

23

21

18

15

7

4

1

0

1958

25

20

19

16

8

8

8

7

5

1

1

1957

26

26

20

15

10

9

9

9

7

6

6

4

1956

32

28

26

20
33

33

33

27

16

15

10

10
9

8

1955

37

35

26

15

13

Number of Reactors
40

Grid Connections

30

0

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