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Electricity sources

Electricity sources

Structure of electricity sources in 2016 (preliminary data)



In 2016 HEP Group had at its disposal 15,1 TWh of electricity produced or purchased. HEP Opskrba sold 7,1 TWh of electricity in total.
 
 

Electricity sources
 
Electricity production and procurement GWh
Hydro power plants 6.130
Thermal power plants 3.424
Krško nuclear power plant 2.715
Purchase of electricity generated from RES 1.464
Import 1.468
TOTAL AVAILABLE 15.162
 


Overview of shares of indvidual electricity sources
 
  

CO2 emission

In 2016, HEP's thermal and cogeneration power plants released 2,739,453 t CO2  during the process of electricity generation.

CO2 emission intensity for electricity generated by HEP's thermal and cogeneration power plants in 2016 amounted to 447 g CO2/kWh.

CO2 emission intensity for electricity generated by a generation mix of HEP sources ( thermal, cogeneration, hydro and 50% nuclear) in 2016 amounted to 223 g CO2/kWh.

 
The volume of low and intermediate level radioactive waste per kWh for 2016

NE Krško d.o.o. (Krško nuclear power plant), co-owned by HEP d.d. and GEN Energija (50%:50%) operates in the Republic of Slovenia.
Hrvatska elektroprivreda is entitled to 50% of the net annual electricity production.

During 2016, Krško nuclear power plant produced the overall of:
  • Low and Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste (NSRAO) (volume): 4.27 * 10-9 m3/kWh(el) 
  • net Low and Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste (NSRAO) (mass): 2.914*10-6 kg/kWh(el)  or 2914 µg/kWh(el)
  • High-Level Radioactive Waste (VRAO) – spent fuel – replacement of 56 burning elements in 2016 = 48.7 t U *56/121 element in the core = 22 538.84 kg U
  • High-Level Radioactive Waste (VRAO): 4.15 * 10-6 kgU/kWh(el)
 
More information on environmental impact management is available in Sustainability Reports of HEP Group.


 

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