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8th INPRO Dialogue Forum:

Toward Nuclear Energy System Sustainability: Economics, Resource Availability, and Institutional Arrangements

26-29 August 2014, IAEA, Vienna, Austria


The 8th INPRO Dialogue Forum brings together nuclear technology holders and nuclear technology users and other stakeholders from interested Member States to discuss the roles of economics, resource availability and institutional arrangement for the sustainable development of nuclear energy systems.

The 8th INPRO Dialogue Forum will:

  • Present revision and updates of the INPRO Manual volumes on Economics, Environmental Impact by Depletion of Resources, and Infrastructure;
  • Invite views from national experts, technology holders and international organizations on sustainability issues related to economics, resource availability and institutional arrangement as discussed in the INPRO methodology;
  • Confirm the validity of the INPRO assessment method for different types of nuclear energy systems in the area of Economics, Environmental Impact by Depletion of Resources, and/or Infrastructure;
  • Harmonize the INPRO methodology with other approaches by international experts and organizations

The meeting is an activity under the IAEA TC Project INT2017 "Capacity building in long-range strategic nuclear energy planning for global sustainability".


Workshop Documents


Programme

Chair: Zoran Drace

Session 1: Opening and Introduction
Session 2: Presentations on Economics
Session 3: Presentations on Resource Availability
Session 4: Presentations on Institutional Arrangements
Session 5: Breakout Sessions

Group 1: Economics

  • Overview
    Group 1 Leader
  • Economic Indicators Assessment of NPP Project in Indonesia
    S. Suparman, Indonesia
  • Sustainability of Nuclear Energy System in Romania, Taking into Account the Area of the Economics
    A. M. Dima, Romania
  • Belarusian NPP. Terms of Economic Efficiency and the INPRO Methodology
    B. Popov, Belarus
  • Review of INPRO Methodology Economics: User Requirement and Criterion from Power Market Perspective in Chile
    J. Reyes, Chile
  • Thailand Power Development Plan 2010-2030
    T. Wongla, Thailand
  • Proposal to Apply Economics INPRO Methodology – Economics, for the Case of Mexico
    F. P. Espel, Mexico
  • Algerian Energy Planning According to INPRO Methodology
    R. Benabih, Algeria
  • Egypt’s Second Research Reactor
    T. A. El Maaty, Egypt
  • Economics of Fuel Handling Scheme for Future FBRs
    S. Raghupathy, IGCAR, India
  • Comparison of Electricity Generation Cost of NPP with Alternates in Pakistan
    M. Saleemullah, Pakistan
  • Statement on Economics
    G. Ponomarenko, Russian Fed
  • Statement on Economics
    M. S. S. Chowdury, Bangladesh
  • Approaches to Assess Competitiveness of Small and Medium Sized Reactors (SMRs)
    A. Antony, BARC, India
  • Lead Fast Reactors Sustainability
    M. Ciotti, Italy & S. Valeca, Romania

Group 2: Resource Availability

  • Overview
    Group 2 Leader
  • Resource Availability for Nuclear Energy System of Ukraine
    L. Benkovskyi, Ukraine
  • Uranium Resource Availability Assessment for Niger’s Nuclear Energy System by INPRO Methodology
    T. D. Daouda, Niger
  • INPRO Environment Sustainability
    S. Furst, Slovenia
  • Sustainability of Nuclear Energy System in Romania – View on the Resources Availability Aspects Considering the INPRO Methodology Approach
    C. A. Margeanu, Romania
  • Uranium Exploration in Uganda
    T. Ocilaje, Uganda
  • Statement on Resource Availability
    A. A. A. Al-Shami, Yemen
  • Statement on Resource Availability
    R. Fuentes, Chile
  • Statement on Resource Availability
    H. Hui, China
  • Statement on Resource Availability
    N. Cheikh, Senegal

Group 3: Institutional Arrangements

  • Overview
    Group 3 Leader
  • Assessment in the Area of Infrastructure for A Newcomer Country for Sustainable NES using INPRO Methodology
    M. A. Hj Khalid, Malaysia
  • Assessment of Ukrainian Nuclear Energy System by INPRO Methodology (Infrastructure)
    K. Kochkin, Ukraine
  • Infrastructure Review
    T. Tumiran, Indonesia
  • Challenges in Maintaining Nuclear Capabilities in a Free Market Economy and Delayed Projects Environment
    A. Rizea, Romania
  • Infrastructure for Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs) in Israel
    I. Yaar, Israel
  • Infrastructure in Bangladesh
    M. M. Islam, Bangladesh
  • Overview of High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactors Technology and the Impact on Infrastructure Requirements
    F. Reitsma, NPTDS, IAEA
  • Infrastructure Issues in Small Modular Reactor Deployments
    M. H. Subki, NPTDS, IAEA
  • Human Resources for Supporting of National Nuclear Program
    P. P. Groudev, Bulgaria
  • Human Resource Development in a Nuclear Power Program for Newcomers
    L. Ong’onge, Kenya
  • Infrastructure Development of Moroccan NPP Project
    R. A. Sekkouri, Morocco
  • National Energy Plan of Georgia
    M. Arabidze, Georgia
  • Current status of Nuclear Program in Albania
    M. Kuneshka, Albania
  • Current Status of Nuclear Power Program in Cambodia
    S. Vandoeun, Cambodia
  • Infrastructure for Nuclear Development in Viet Nam
    N. V. Hung, Viet Nam
  • Implementation of the INPRO Economy Indicators to Assess Nuclear Competitiveness – Argentine Experience
    V. Cañadas, Argentina
  • An Overview of Nigeria’s Nuclear Energy Programme in the INPRO Methodology Area of Infrastructure
    F. Ibitoye, Nigeria
  • Infrastructure for the Nuclear Power Program in Ghana
    I. J. K. Aboh, Ghana
  • Statement on Institutional Arrangements
    A. K. A. Harazi, Yemen
  • Statement on Institutional Arrangements
    E. Wamala, Uganda
  • Statement on Institutional Arrangements
    E. G. Elhadi, Sudan
Session 6: Closing

Report on the Breakout Session Results

  • Group 1 Report: Economics
    Group 1 Leader
  • Group 2 Report: Resource Availability
    Group 2 Leader
  • Group 3 Report: Institutional Arrangements
    Group 3 Leader

Meeting Summary
Zoran Drace, Chairman

Closing Remarks
Alexander V. Bychkov, DDG-NE, IAEA

Dialogue Forum Director:
Andriy Korinny
INPRO Section, Division of Nuclear Power
Department of Nuclear Energy

IAEA Programme Management Officer:
Patricia Godoy-Kain
Department of Technical Cooperation

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