Preparation for operation

Key challenges

Insufficient organizational readiness to operate and maintain the plant

For a newcomer country or for a new design such as SMRs, achieving readiness to operate and maintain the plant needs long-term commitment and support from stakeholders. Failure to build up this capability has, in some cases, led to unnecessary delays in the commissioning of new units. It may also lead to a prolonged dependency on the plant vendor and external service providers, limiting the Owner-Operator’s latitude, and have an impact on the safety, security, or performance of the plant.

Fortum´s Value Proposition

Fortum's systematic efforts to develop and improve our operation and maintenance capabilities have resulted in top-notch efficiency and best-in-class performance.

We can help the Customer and other stakeholders e.g. in

  • Developing maintenance strategy and programs
  • Fuel procurement
  • Safeguards
  • Outage optimization
  • Developing and implementing operating procedures
  • Supplier, spare part and storage management
  • Training
  • Commissioning planning
  • Decommissioning planning.

We are able to provide complete engineering and training simulators for all types NPPs using our APROS dynamic simulation tools.

Nuclear power

Support for Nuclear Newbuild projects