Taiwan and Germany have both decided to phase out nuclear power until 2025 and 2022 respectively. On behalf of Baden-Württemberg International the German Trade Office Taipei has organized a delegation trip of 6 companies and research organizations to come to Taiwan to share their experiences and solutions in the field of decommissioning. On September 18th, a forum on the topic “Dialogue with Taiwan on Nuclear Decommissioning in Baden-Württemberg, Germany – 35 Years of Experience and Competence” will be held at the Taiwan Power Company headquarter. During the forum, the German companies and research organizations will present their latest technologies and discuss with Taiwanese experts about possible cooperation opportunities.and research organizations
- Venue: Taiwan Power Company Headquarter Building
- Adress: No.242, Sec. 3, Roosevelt Rd., Zhongzheng District, Taipei City)
- Date: September 18, 2018 •
- Time: 9.30 - 17.00 (Registration from 9.00 - 9.30) •
- Language: English, Chinese (simultaneous interpreting provided)
- Participation is free of charge, lunch is included
Please note: Registration is required! Please register by clicking on the link at the end of this page.
|09:00 - 09:30||Registration|
|09:30 - 09:40||Opening Remarks introduction to Baden-Württemberg|
Ms. Beate Ando International Economic Cooperation and Location Marketing Regional Manager Japan, Korea, Taiwan Baden-Württemberg International
|09:40– 09:45||Opening Remarks |
Mr. Fuh-Feng Tsai, Vice President
Taiwan Power Company
|09:45 – 09:50||Opening Remarks |
Mr. Axel Limberg, Executive Director
German Trade Office Taipei
|09:50 – 10:10||Keynote Speech: Nuclear Decommission in Taiwan |
Mr. Chang-Lin Hsieh, Engineer, Department of Nuclear Backend Management
Taiwan Power Company
|10:10 - 10:40||Decommissioining in Baden-Württemberg: a short overview |
Dr. Oskar Grözinger, Former Head of the Nuclear Energy Supervision and Radiation Protection Department
Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector of the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg
|10:40 - 11:00||Coffee Break|
|11:00 - 11:30||EnBW Kernkraft GmbH |
Energiewende. Safe. Hands on. - or how to phase out from nuclear energy
Dr. Oliver Wilhelm, Senior Consultant, Decommissioning Services EnBW
|11:30 - 11:50||Wälischmiller Engineering GmbH |
Remote handling made in Baden-Württemberg: return on experience on decommissioning projects
Mr. Jean Michel Wagner, Assistant of the Managing Director
|11:50 - 12:20||Westinghouse Electric Germany GmbH |
Experience in Decommissioning and Dismantling at Westinghouse Electric Germany Dismantling with Case study: Disposal of the reactor pressure vessel internals nuclear power plant
Dr. Bernhard Wiechers, Director Decommissioning EMEA Central
|12:20 - 13:00||Panel Discussion and Q&A: Project Coordination and Operation |
Moderator: Mr. Chen-Tsung Fan, Chief, Safety Control Section, Department of Nuclear Backend Management, Taiwan Power Company
|13:00 - 14:00||Lunch Break|
|14:00 - 14:20||Keynote Speech: Radiation Transport Calculations and Applications in Nuclear Decommissioning |
Dr. Rong-Jiun Sheu, Professor and Director, Institute of Nuclear Engineering and System Science
National Tsing Hua University
|14:20 - 14:40||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) |
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - a center of decommissioning education and research
Dr.-Ing. Martin Brandauer, research associate
|14:40 - 15:10||Joint Research Centre of the European Commission |
Nuclear decommissioning and waste management at JRC: research and operational programs
Dr. Vincenzo V. Rondinella, Head of the Nuclear Decommissioning Department
|15:10 - 15:30||Keynote Speech: Regulations of Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning in Taiwan|
Mr. Keng-Yen Chiang, Associate Research Fellow, Department of Nuclear Regulation
Atomic Energy Council, Executive Yuan
|15:30 - 16:00||TÜV Süd AG |
Activities of TÜV SÜD during the decommissioning of nuclear facilities
Dr. Jianming Shang, Senior Vice President, Business Unit Nuclear Asia
|16:00 - 16:15||Coffee Break|
|16:15 - 17:00||Panel Discussion and Q&A: Nuclear Fuel Waste Safety Management and Assessment |
Moderator: Mr. Chien-Liang Shih, Deputy Director-General, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Atomic Energy Council, Executive Yuan
|17:00||Closing remarks Networking|
Baden-Württemberg International – Agency for International Economic and Scientific Cooperation
Baden-Württemberg International is the centre of competence for the internationalisation, marketing and development of industry, science and research of the State of Baden-Württemberg, the German Southwest. Our main objectives are:
- Strengthening contacts between foreign and local companies, universities and research institutions
- Supporting the endeavours of Baden-Württemberg companies, universities and research institutions to enter foreign markets
- Positioning Baden-Württemberg as an excellent location for business and science in order to encourage foreign capital investment, the settlement of new companies as well as the recruitment of specialist employees.
bw-i is your first point of contact if you are looking for an optimal site or investment object or if you would like to establish business relations with Baden-Württemberg, often referred to as Germany’s premier high-tech location.
For more information visit www.bw-i.de/en
The following German companies will be present at the forum:
EnBW – Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
EnBW is about to play a leading role in reshaping the energy system as one of the biggest utilities in Germany and Europe. With more than 21,000 employees we supply electricity, gas, water and energy-related products and services to 5.5 million customers. Power and residual operation as well as decommissioning and dismantling of our 5 NPP in Germany are executed by an EnBW subsidiary, the EnBW Kernkraft GmbH (EnKK). Two units (KKP 2 and GKN II) are still in operation until 2019 and 2022, respectively. But the license for D&D is already applied for. The remaining three units (KWO, KKP 1 and GKN I) are already licensed for D&D and the dismantling process has started in 2008 (KWO) and 2017 (KKP 1/GKN I), respectively. Safety in power and residual operation, decommissioning and dismantling has always highest priority for our NPP fleet. Our NPP fulfill the standards of German law and safety regulations. The safety level is comparable with the required standards of the IAEA for new plants.
Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission (EC)
As the science and knowledge service of the European Commission, the mission of JRC is to support EU policies with independent evidence throughout the whole policy cycle. In addition to nuclear safety and security, JRC scope of activities includes agriculture and food security, energy and transport, environment and climate change, economic and monetary union, health and consumer protection, information society, innovation and growth, safety and security and standards. The JRC Directorate G for Nuclear Safety and Security implements the JRC Euratom Research and Training Programme, generates independent technical and scientific evidence in the areas of nuclear safety, security and safeguards, and contributes to maintain competences and disseminate knowledge in the nuclear field in Europe to serve both ''nuclear'' and ''non-nuclear'' Member States.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
With more than 9,000 employees, 26,000 students and an annual budget of about EUR 785 million, KIT is one of the biggest research and education institutions worldwide and has the objective to make significant contributions to the global challenges in the fields of energy, mobility, and information. The over 150 institutes represent a broad range of disciplines in natural sciences, engineering sciences, economics, and the humanities and social sciences. As a Helmholtz center, KIT is the biggest partner in the program “Nuclear Waste Management, Safety and Radiation Research" (NUSAFE) covering safety aspects regarding the operation of nuclear power plants, the efficient decommissioning of nuclear facilities and the management and final disposal of nuclear waste, using advanced experimental and computational infrastructures.
TÜV SÜD Group, founded 1866, at present 1000 branches and offices worldwide, 2.43 billion euro turnover and 24200 staff in the world. The Business unit nuclear technology of TÜV SÜD has been instructed by the German regulation authorities in the licensing and supervision procedure for German nuclear facilities since the 1950s as a technical support organization. Participated in the licensing and supervision of nearly 70% of the nuclear facilities in Germany, including pressurized water reactors, boiling water reactors, heavy water reactors, fast neutron reactors, spent fuel treatment plants, etc. The services of Business Unit Nuclear Technology of TÜV SÜD covers the entire life cycle of nuclear facilities from site selection, design, equipment manufacturing, construction, commissioning, operation and decommissioning, in addition, probabilistic safety reviews for nuclear facilities, radiation protection and management and disposal of nuclear waste. The business unit technology of TÜV SÜD is currently involved in 19 different decommissioning, waste management and disposal projects in the world. TÜV SÜD has been accumulated a lot of experience and can provide all sectors of services for the nuclear regulatory authorities and NPP operators.
Wälischmiller Engineering is a German company which has been providing safe, smart and cost-effective remote handling solutions with the famed German quality and reliability for over 60 years worldwide. Wälischmiller Engineering specializes in manufacturing remote-handling systems, radiation protection equipment and robotics for hazardous environments for application in nuclear and chemical industries. Our work includes projects in the most difficult nuclear environments including, Sellafi eld, Rokkasho and Chernobyl.
Westinghouse Electric Germany GmbH
Westinghouse is a pioneer and world leader in nuclear technology. The company was founded in the United States by entrepreneur George Westinghouse, and is now a global company with more than 10,000 employees. The German Westinghouse subsidiary, Westinghouse Electric Germany GmbH, employs more than 300 personnel and has been successfully active in the areas of field services, plant engineering, waste management and nuclear automation for 45 years. The German location maintains headquarters in Mannheim to provide operational support for the nuclear markets in Germany, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. Additionally, with the availability of our global resources and products, employees from Germany also support projects worldwide. Westinghouse pursues a strategy of global use of resources and products with regional project responsibility. This enables the worldwide wealth of technology and experience in the company’s various product lines to be applied locally in a client-specific manner. As a partner to energy suppliers that wish to continue safely operating their existing plants, Westinghouse provides full-scope upgrade services through retrofitting and modernization of components and systems, replacement of safety and operations control systems, aging management and performing safety analyses and non-destructive testing, among other services, to facilitate extending safe and economic plant operating life. Westinghouse also provides a complete Decontamination & Decommissioning portfolio from a single source. This encompasses the full range of services including power plant decontamination, dismantling and waste treatment applications. With our experience and leading-edge technology, Westinghouse will continue to make an important contribution from its German location towards an environmentally friendly, safe and economic energy supply in Germany and worldwide.