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  1. The Status and Prospects of the Korean Nuclear Industry October 16, 2006Joong-Jae LeePresident & CEOKOREA HYDRO & NUCLEAR POWER CO., LTD

  2. Nuclear Power Generation by Nations Number of Reactors: 443 16% Share of total electricity generation in the world

  3. IAEA’s Latest Low and High Projection 600 500 400 GW(e) 300 200 100 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 History Low Projection High Projection

  4. Status of NPPs Under Construction & Planning Source: JAIF at Dec. 31 2005 Finland Russia China France Bulgaria Rumania Kazakhstan Korea Japan Iran Pakistan Taiwan India Indonesia Brazil Argentina South Africa PWR BWR PHWR LWGR FR Planed

  5. ConstructionResumption of Nuclear Plants in U.S.

  6. Construction EPR in Finland and France Portrait of the Flamanville 3 Plant Construction Site of Olkiluoto Unit 3

  7. Nuclear Power Sites in Korea

  8. 1.6 billion people have no access to electricity

  9. Seoul • Ulchin (#1,2,3,4,5,6) • Wolsong (#1,2,3,4) Shin-Wolsong(#1,2) • Kori (#1,2,3,4) Shin-Kori (#1,2) Yonggwang (#1,2,3,4,5,6) Status of Nuclear Power Plants (Unit: MW) Site In Operation Under Const. Total Kori 4 (3,137) 2 (2,000) 6 (5,137) Wolsong 4 (2,779) 2 (2,000) 6 (4,779) Yonggwang 6 (5,900) - 6 (5,900) Ulchin 6 (5,900) - 6 (5,900) Total 20 (17,716) 4 (4,000) 24 (21,716) (As of the end of 2005)

  10. Nuclear Coal Gas Oil Hydro Status of Electric Power Installed Capacity Electricity Generation 5,153 3,885 17,883 146,779GWh 17,716 MW 1.4% 4,605 6.2% 4.8% 58,250 28.5% 7.4% 40.3% 16.0% 26.6% 36.6% 28.9% 133,657 16,552 17,965 *The others : 1,537 MW(2.5%) *The others : 3,349 GWh(0.9%) Total : 364,571 GWh Total : 62,260 MW (As of the end of 2005)

  11. Reactor types in Korea PWR PHWR 4Units : Units : 16Units

  12. Capacity Factor and Unplanned S/D rate Capacity Factor (Korea, unit: %) Capacity Factor (World, unit : %) Unplanned S/D Rate

  13. Enhancing the Equipment Reliability through Refurbishment of Kori #1 Replacement of Steam Generator Replacement of Generator

  14. NPPs under Construction/Planning

  15. Site View of Shin Kori NPPs #1,2 TGB EDG AB CPB RCB unit 2 FHB unit 1

  16. Site View of Shin Wolsong NPPs #1, 2

  17. SigningCeremony for Shinkori #3,4 Nuclear Power Plant Contracts

  18. Bird’s-eye View of Radwaste Disposal Facility Wolsong NPP Entrance

  19. Rock Cavern Type Radwaste Disposal Facility

  20. APR1400 (1,400 MWe / 4,000MWth) • Plant Design Life: 60 years • Enhanced Safety and Economics • Optimized System and Layout • Advanced human factors engineering • Passive Design Features

  21. Achieved Significant Success in Technical Field

  22. SMART & GEN 4 Project System-integrated Modular Advanced ReacTor Very Hot Temperature Reactor

  23. James Lovelock : Nuclear Power is the only green Solution - We have no time to experiment with visionary energy sources ; Civilization is in imminent danger

  24. Korea will share its Experience and Technology

  25. For Sustainable Development of Nuclear Industry Transparent Operation Support & Trust of People Safety Conversation

  26. Energy Policy is to be discussed among Diverse interest parties

  27. Nuclear Energy contributes to advancement of mankind

  28. Thank you very much!