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Analyzing the economic aspects of small and medium capacity nuclear plant development in Russia

Ryzhikova T.N. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russian Federation ( tnr411@gmail.com )

Shchepetina T.D. National Research Center Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( tds_kiae@mail.ru )

Chumak D.Yu. OKB GIDROPRESS, Podolsk, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation ( dcu1@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #8, 2018

Importance The article considers the economic feasibility, opportunities and prospects for small and medium capacity nuclear plant development in various aspects of activity through the energy component.
Objectives The purpose of the study is to explore comparative system-based estimates of development prospects for small and medium-size nuclear power plants to unveil key advantages in relation to other energy sources on an interdisciplinary basis, to review the possibilities of attracting investment in projects for small and medium-sized nuclear power plant creation.
Methods The study rests on comparative and statistical analysis, methodology for public-private partnership management, stakeholders theory, and methodological principles of territorial and industry-specific large-scale systems.
Results We defined basic problems related to small nuclear power development, its role and place in the system of nuclear energy in the territorial power market, its significance in territorial development. The paper considers approaches to investment attraction to small and medium-sized nuclear power plant projects.
Conclusions Large-scale projects requiring over 20-year planning horizon should be implemented only under direct control of the State and methods of public-private partnership and territorial and industry-specific large-scale systems.


Evaluating the impact of structural components for small nuclear power plant project implementation

Ryzhikova T.N. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russian Federation ( tnr411@gmail.com )

Shchepetina T.D. National Research Center Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation ( tds_kiae@mail.ru )

Chumak D.Yu. OKB GIDROPRESS, Moscow, Russian Federation ( dcu1@mail.ru )

Journal: Economic Analysis: Theory and Practice, #3, 2019

Subject The article addresses economic viability, opportunities and prospects for small nuclear power plant (SNPP) development in various aspects of activity through the energy component for strengthening the management system in the Far North and remote areas and for improving the country's economic potential, countering the multiple and diverse threats, challenges and risks.
Objectives We aim to explore different assessments of SNPP development prospects throughout the life cycle of nuclear power plants to identify key factors that can affect the economic viability of SNPP construction.
Methods The study rests on the theory of management, marketing, business economics, and methodology for systems analysis. We also apply methods of analysis and synthesis, grouping and comparison, abstraction, generalization, analogy, comparative economic and investment analysis.
Results We analyzed cost components at different stages of life cycle, highlighted factors affecting the cost of generated electric power, considered managerial approaches to attracting investments for SNPP development projects. The paper describes how these factors affect the duration of life cycle stages and the final value of electricity.
Conclusions The cost of SNPP is affected by factors enabling to optimize costs. The findings may help increase the interest of private investors in SNPP construction.


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