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1 Rosatom and Czech industry perspective cooperation Rusatom Overseas Executive Vice-President Leos Tomicek STATE ATOMIC ENERGY CORPORATION “ROSATOM” October 2013 ROSATOM

2 Rosatom Global Operations Europe Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Spain, GB, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovenia North America USA, Canada, Mexico Latin America Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil Latin America Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil CIS Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belorussia, Armenia CIS Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belorussia, Armenia Asia China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Mongolia Asia China, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Mongolia MENA Turkey, Libya, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Jordan MENA Turkey, Libya, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Jordan Australia 5 continents. More than 40 countries. 2 The content of this presentation is for discussion purposes only, shall not be considered as an offer and doesn’t lead to any obligations to Rosatom and its affiliated companies. Rosatom disclaims all responsibility for any and all mistakes, quality and completeness of the information. Leader in key segments Africa Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania Africa Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania in uranium enrichment in new NPPs construction in uranium reserves in the world installed nuclear capacity 17 % of the world nuclear fuel market $70 billion portfolio The world’s only company of the complete nuclear power cycle Referential Gen 3+ NPPs with active & passive safety systems Providing outstanding opportunities for the local industry ROSATOM

3 Rosatom NPP projects worldwide* 3 Under way Tendering/ negotiations 27 Potential China India Turkey Armenia Czech Republic Jordan Kazakhstan Ukraine Slovakia Hungary Finland Malaysia Brazil Bangladesh Vietnam Argentina Indonesia Belorussia 2 South Africa 8 Saudi Arabia 2 Rosatom NPP construction perspective backlog – about 80 units Rosatom NPP construction perspective backlog – about 80 units 2 Nigeria 4 United Kingdom *As of October 2013 Khmelnytsky NPP (Ukraine, 2) Ostrovets NPP (Belarus, 2) Akkuyu NPP (Turkey, 4) Metsamor NPP (Armenia, 1) Kudankulam NPP (India, 4) Tianwan NPP (China, 2) Ninh Thuan NPP (Vietnam, 2) Ruppur NPP (Bangladesh, 2) ROSATOM Baltic NPP (2) Beloyarsk NPP (1) Leningradskaya NPP (2) Novovoronejskaya NPP (2) Rostovskaya NPP (2) Russia 9

4 Civil construction & engineering Nuclear steam supply system (Russian suppliers) Turbine and generator equipment Valves, pumps and piping Electrical equipment Instrumentation and control equipment Other equipment Air cooling systems ~ 15% - Russian supply ~ 30-40% - local content ~ 45-50% - global sourcing Opportunities for Rosatom suppliers: Order volume for NPP construction global projects 4 Rosatom’s perspective purchases for NPPs construction – around 300 bln $ by 2030 ROSATOM

5 CountryPlans for new build Bulgaria 1 unit of Kozloduy NPP Czech Republic 2 units of Temelin NPP. Bid process is underway. France 1 unit of Penly NPP. Finland Bid/negotiation process for 2 new units is underway Hungary 2 units of Paks NPP. Tender TBA in Lithuania 1 unit of Visaginas NPP Poland 6GW. First tender to be announced Romania 2 units of Cernavoda NPP Slovakia 1 unit of Bohunice NPP Slovenia 1 unit Krsko NPP under consideration Sweden New units construction replacing the old ones United Kingdom GW Countries previously committed to nuclear new build remain optimistic on its development. More than 50 GW new NPPs envisaged by year Planning new build - Open tender/negotiations Russia Finland United Kingdom Lithuania Poland Germany Italy Switzerland Bulgaria Romania Czech R. Slovenia Slovakia Hungary Sweden France - Ban on new build Planned new build projects in Europe 3 ROSATOM

6 6 Current projects: Finland Sign the contract for supplying Hanhikivi 1 NPP by end Fennovoima was given Decision-in- Principle by Parliament Pyhäjoki site chosen February 2013 Fennovoima started mid-sized rector option assessment with ROSATOM as a potential supplier April 2013 Fennovoima and ROSATOM started direct negotiations July 2013 Fennovoima and ROSATOM signed Project Development Agreement aiming at NPP supply September 2013 Fennovoima proposes investment decision for ROSATOM NPP to its owners 2007 Finnish power company Fennovoima Oy founded In Finland 2 VVER-440 units have been used safely in Loviisa for decades. According to WANO it is one of the most reliable reactors in the world today Reactor proposed for Pyhäjoki is AES-2006: latest evolution in VVER reactors designs corresponds with IAEA and EUR requirements will be adapted to be in accordance with Finnish national safety standards Reactor proposed for Pyhäjoki is AES-2006: latest evolution in VVER reactors designs corresponds with IAEA and EUR requirements will be adapted to be in accordance with Finnish national safety standards Target ROSATOM

7 Current projects: United Kingdom The UK government has announced plans aiming at 16 GWe of new nuclear capacity online by 2030 Memorandum on Collaboration on co-operation in the sphere of nuclear energy Collaboration Agreement to explore opportunities for joint construction and operation of nuclear power plants based on VVER reactor technology in the UK. Rolls-Royce will undertake engineering and safety assessment work for ROSATOM ahead of potential licensing of VVER reactor technology in the UK Collaboration Agreement to explore opportunities for joint construction and operation of nuclear power plants based on VVER reactor technology in the UK. Fortum will support the work by bringing on board nuclear competence in various areas such as safety and waste management on commercial terms Target Complete Generic Design Assessment (GDA) for the latest VVER reactor design in the UK 7 ROSATOM

8 8  Propose capacity: MW  Proposed construction start date: 2021*  Proposed commissioning date: 2028*  Preliminary site seismicity: 0.34g Project peculiarities  The project implementation is supposed to be carried out by JESS (which is owned 51% by JAVYS and 49% by CEZ Bohunice (100% CEZ affiliated company))  Possibility of involvement of foreign investors in the project. Proposed NPP site: Bohunice NPP, Jaslovske Bohunice, Trnava District, Slovakia * In accordance with Feasibility study carried out by the Slovak side Poland Czech Republic Ukraine Romania Hungary Austria Slovakia Project parameters Project of extension of Bohunice NPP Main characteristics of the project In January 2013 Rosatom (represented by Rusatom Overseas), JAVYS, JESS, CEZ and CEZ Bohunice signed MoU on the cooperation on the project of extension of Bohunice NPP. Currently the Russian and the Slovak side are jointly investigating the possibility of Rosatom participation in the project as a potential partner. ROSATOM

9 9 Current projects: Czech Republic Project data:  Power units: 2 VVER х1200 MW (basis – AES-2006 Project)  General Designer: SPbAEP JSC  Contract type: ЕРС Project particularities:  International consortium with Skoda JS as a leader  Czech project with Russian design  More than 70% participation of Czech firms in the project  Well known technology for the Czech industry  Transfer of innovative technologies and know-how  SPV Nuclear Power Alliance (NPA) created Project data:  Power units: 2 VVER х1200 MW (basis – AES-2006 Project)  General Designer: SPbAEP JSC  Contract type: ЕРС Project particularities:  International consortium with Skoda JS as a leader  Czech project with Russian design  More than 70% participation of Czech firms in the project  Well known technology for the Czech industry  Transfer of innovative technologies and know-how  SPV Nuclear Power Alliance (NPA) created Pre-Bid Stage, Consultations 2009 Tender announcement Completion of Pre-Bid Discussion MIR.1200 Consortium submitted its offer to CEZ July 2012 CEZ announced preliminary assessment of bids March 2013 Tender results expected 2014 Win tender for Temelin 3,4 completion and implement profitable for Czech Republic project Target ROSATOM

10  In operation since 2000  Type of reactor: VVER (V320)  Installed capacity: 2 x 1000 MW Temelin NPP Czech – Russian cooperation in nuclear energy Joint projects Dukovany NPP Czech-Russian cooperation in nuclear fuel domain As a result of tender procedure TVEL Fuel Company has been chosen as a supplier of nuclear fuel for Czech NPPs No delivery failure in the supply of Russian fuel has ever been experienced Czech-Russian JV Alvel established with the focus on localization of fuel services for Czech NPPs, as well as promoting Russian high-tech goods to the European market Czech-Russian cooperation in nuclear fuel domain As a result of tender procedure TVEL Fuel Company has been chosen as a supplier of nuclear fuel for Czech NPPs No delivery failure in the supply of Russian fuel has ever been experienced Czech-Russian JV Alvel established with the focus on localization of fuel services for Czech NPPs, as well as promoting Russian high-tech goods to the European market  In operation since 1985  Type of reactor: VVER- 440 (V213)  Installed capacity: 4 x 440 MW Russia-design VVER plants in Czech Republic 10 ROSATOM

11 2008 – Czech – Russian cooperation in nuclear energy has lasted for 50 years Rosatom’s purchases of Czech equipment and services 112,6 million EUR More than 100 million EUR ….and many others Czech Suppliers of Rosatom: 10 Czech companies supplied equipment for Kudankulam NPP in amount of 44,2 million EUR 11 ROSATOM

12 Localization in Temelin NPP Completion Project 12 More than 250 Czech companies from all regions will participate in the Project ROSATOM

13 Temelin NPP: Social-economic impact 13 SOCIAL ECONOMIC EMPLOYMENT CAPABILITIES REVENUE PUBLIC INCOME DIRECT INDIRECT Increased employment during construction New jobs for NPP operation and service Increased employment for local sub- contactors and suppliers Employment for local businesses serving NPP’s employees Involvement of local engineers and researchers Development of high-tech production base Development of higher education in nuclear engineering Educational programs for workers Revenue earned by national suppliers and contractors Revenue earned by local and national sub-contractors Revenue earned by local businesses Taxes from local and foreign contractors and suppliers and from electricity sales Development of infrastructure Taxes from sub-contractors and local businesses Increase of investment attractiveness of the region GEOPOLITICAL EXPORT OF PRODUCTS, COMPETENCES, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE TO NPP PROJECTS WORLDWIDE, BECOMING NOT LOCAL, BUT GLOBAL SUPPLIER FOR EU REGION AND GLOBAL NUCLEAR INDUSRTY ROSATOM

14 Localization as a growth factor for the Czech industry and economy 14 ROSATOM MAIN CONDITION: Total level of localization 70% (Of total value of the project)

15 Potential Benefits of cooperation for Czech companies  Production expansion  Improvement of technological competences  Licenses for the production of equipment for Russian design NPPs  Involvement in Rosatom Supply Chain  Up to new jobs Opportunities  More than 80 VVER units – $300 bln up to 2030  Cooperation within innovation projects: SVBR-100 units – $300–600 bln up to 2040* 13 memorandums with Czech companies signed in 2012 MBIR research reactor (Dmitrovgrad, Ulianovsk region) Contract with EGP Invest for turbine island design signed in *estimated by IAEA ROSATOM

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