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世界の原子力発電市場(2020年まで):技術革新・新たな安全基準・アジア太平洋地域の拡大

Nuclear Energy Market to 2020 - Technological Innovations, New Safety Measures and Uptake in Asia Pacific to Shape Future Development

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世界の原子力発電市場(2020年まで):技術革新・新たな安全基準・アジア太平洋地域の拡大 Nuclear Energy Market to 2020 - Technological Innovations, New Safety Measures and Uptake in Asia Pacific to Shape Future Development
出版日: 2011年09月30日 ページ情報: 英文 168 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界各国における原子力発電市場について分析し、世界全体の設備容量・発電量の実績値と予測値(2005-2020年)をはじめ、全体的な産業構造(市場の機会と課題、資本取引動向など)、主要17カ国の市場動向(設備容量・発電量の予測、規制政策、主要企業・発電所のプロファイル、事業実現性など)、現在と今後の技術動向、新興国市場における原子力発電市場の展望などについて調査・考察して、その結果を概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 目次

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 世界の電力市場(2020年まで)

  • 概要
  • 設備容量と発電量(2005-2020年)
  • 技術別動向

第4章 世界の原子力発電市場(2020年まで)

  • 概況
  • 設備容量と発電量(2005-2020年)

第5章 電力産業における原子力の役割

  • 市場の動向(2005-2020年)

第5章 世界の原子力発電市場:取引・課題・機会・コスト分析

  • 組織・規制・政策
  • 企業買収・合併・その他の資本取引
    • 2011年の資本取引
    • 2010年の資本取引
  • 直面している課題
    • 核廃棄物の処分
    • 安全上の懸念
    • 建造費用の高さ
    • 技術的要素
  • 主な機会
    • 環境規制
    • 操業・維持費用の低さ
    • 核燃料の入手可能性
  • コスト促進要因
    • 資本費用
    • 操業費用
    • 核廃棄物処分費用
    • 廃炉費用
    • 保険費用
  • 原子力発電の費用の内訳

第7章 アジア太平洋地域の原子力発電市場(2020年まで)

  • 市場概況
  • 中国の原子力発電市場
  • インドの原子力発電市場
  • 日本の原子力発電市場
  • 韓国の原子力発電市場
  • 台湾の原子力発電市場

第8章 欧州の原子力発電市場(2020年まで)

  • 市場概況
  • フランスの原子力発電市場
  • ドイツの原子力発電市場
  • ロシアの原子力発電市場
  • ウクライナの原子力発電市場
  • 英国の原子力発電市場

第9章 中東・アフリカの原子力発電市場(2020年まで)

  • 市場概況
  • イランの原子力発電市場
  • 南アフリカの原子力発電市場

第10章 中南米の原子力発電市場(2020年まで)

  • 市場概況
  • アルゼンチンの原子力発電市場
  • ブラジルの原子力発電市場
  • メキシコの原子力発電市場

第11章 北米の原子力発電市場(2020年まで)

  • 市場概況
  • カナダの原子力発電市場
  • 米国の原子力発電市場

第12章 原子力発電技術

  • 既存の技術
    • 第1世代
    • 第2世代
    • 第3世代
  • 将来の技術
    • 第4世代
    • 第5世代

第13章 新たな原子力発電市場

  • 新たな発電市場における機会
  • 新興国の原子力発電市場における主な発展
    • アジア太平洋地域
  • 欧州
  • 中東・アフリカ
  • 中南米
  • 新規市場における取引・契約情報

第14章 付録

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目次

Summary

GBI Research's nuclear research, “Nuclear Energy Market to 2020 - Technological Innovations, New Safety Measures and Uptake in Asia Pacific to Shape Future Development” sheds light on the state of nuclear power in the world. The report offers information and in depth analysis on Nuclear power and the countries harnessing nuclear power. The report covers the top nuclear power countries from the following regions: North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa and South and Central America. The nations studied are China, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, The UK, Iran, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Canada and The US. The report emphasizes on the most crucial aspects of Nuclear energy, which include Capacity & Generation, Regulatory Policies and Framework, Major players and competitive scenario, Business viability, Upcoming reactors, Mergers, Deals and Acquisitions, Technology and Emerging Nuclear power countries. Nuclear power is considered to be a ray of hope in the global scenario of ever increasing power demand. Nuclear power produces no carbon emissions; it is cost effective and sustainable on a long term basis. Nuclear power has won the approval of numerous nations. The catastrophe in Japan brought some changes in the Global Nuclear power industry. All the nations have ordered comprehensive review and strengthening of their nuclear power infrastructure. The research captures all the noteworthy developments on a global scale post Fukushima crisis in Japan. The report is built using the data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Scope

  • Overview of the global nuclear power industry.
  • The Nuclear power markets studied: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, The UK, Iran, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Canada and the US.
  • Data types included are installed capacity, installed generation, power generation by source, nuclear facilities and regions, upcoming reactors.
  • Data provided from 2005 to 2010, with forecasts from 2011 to 2020.
  • Deals, mergers & acquisitions for the years 2010 & 2011.
  • Nuclear power cost analysis: cost breakdown and cost comparison of power generation technologies.
  • Opportunities & Challenges of Nuclear Power.
  • Nuclear power technologies from Generation I to Generation V.
  • Information on emerging nuclear power markets - Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kazakhastan, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Belarus, Estonia, Poland, Turkey, Egypt, Ghana, Israel, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Tunisia, UAE, Chile & Venezuela.

Reasons to buy

  • Identify key markets and investment opportunities in the Nuclear Power sector across the Globe.
  • Facilitate decision making based on historical and forecast data.
  • Comprehend the competitive landscape and identify the major players.
  • Position yourself to take the maximum advantage of the growth potential of 17 nuclear powered nations and the 23 emerging nuclear power nations.
  • Understand and respond to the regulatory structure.
  • Identify the risks associated with the market and transform them into opportunities.

Executive Summary

GBI Research, the leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, “Nuclear Energy Market to 2020 - Technological Innovations, New Safety Measures and Uptake in Asia Pacific to Shape Future Development”, which sheds light on the state of Nuclear power in the world. The report offers information and in depth analysis on Nuclear power and the countries harnessing Nuclear power. The report covers the top nuclear power countries from the following regions: North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa and South and Central America. The nations studied are China, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, the UK, Iran, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Canada and The US. The report emphasizes on the most crucial aspects of Nuclear energy, which include Capacity & Generation, Regulatory Policies and Framework, Major players and competitive scenario, Business viability, Upcoming reactors, Mergers, Deals and Acquisitions, Technology and Emerging Nuclear power countries. Nuclear power is considered to be a ray of hope in the global scenario of ever increasing power demand. Nuclear power produces no carbon emissions; it is cost effective and sustainable on a long term basis. However, recent nuclear disaster in Japan has prompted to revisit plans of nuclear power development in many countries.

The catastrophe in Japan brought some changes in the Global Nuclear power industry. All the nations have ordered comprehensive review and strengthening of their nuclear power infrastructure. The research captures all the noteworthy developments on a global scale post Fukushima crisis in Japan.

The report is built using the data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Stringent Emission Regulations and Increasing Power Demand Will Help the Nuclear Power Market to Grow

Rise in economic growth across the world has stimulated electrification and global power demand. The dominant source of power is thermal generation, which contributes 66% of total generation in the global power market. However, thermal power generation has negative environmental impacts due to the emission of greenhouse gases (GHG). Environmental pollution and destruction is increasing day by day. To combat this unwanted destruction of the environment and yet produce power, the world is looking to more environmentally friendly ways of power generation. Power generation using nuclear methods produces no carbon emissions. Nuclear power's driving forces are minimal emissions, low cost of operating and the long life of nuclear plants. Nuclear power has won approval for its environmentally friendly nature. 23 countries are considered to be emerging nuclear power countries, as they have embraced nuclear power and are ready with plans to build nuclear power infrastructure. However, most of the countries are revisiting their plans of nuclear power development as in aftermath of Fukushima disaster. The growth of nuclear power industry is expected to be impacted by the changing Government policies with the rise in global safety concerns.

Concerns over Post effect of Nuclear Disasters Prompt Few European Countries to Phase out Nuclear Power

European countries were among the first to use nuclear power. Almost all of the major countries in Europe had started to use nuclear power for electricity generation by 1980. After the Chernobyl disaster, the situation changed and many people protested the use of nuclear power. Countries were forced to withhold their nuclear programs and some were even forced to phase out their nuclear plants entirely. Fukushima nuclear disaster and the post effect in Japan had a direct impact on most nuclear power countries. In the wake of the disaster, many countries ordered a review and strengthening of the safety of their nuclear power facilities. Germany is aiming to eliminate nuclear power from its power mix entirely by 2020. Italy has backed off on its plans to reintroduce nuclear power after an overwhelming rejection in a referendum.

Technological Innovations and Safety Measures Will Help More Countries Opt for Nuclear Power

The use of nuclear power peaked in the 1970s before two major accidents at nuclear plants then limited the growth. Many countries withdrew their nuclear programs and some started to phase out nuclear energy. At the time, the benefits of nuclear power were overshadowed by the risks associated with it.

However, technological innovations in recent years and increased safety measures have led the nuclear power market to regrow. Improved generator technology has made nuclear reactors more efficient and safety measures have also been strengthened by the new technology.

Several nuclear research and development programs are being conducted by regulatory bodies as well as the key players of the nuclear power market to enhance nuclear reactor technology.

Leading energy players such as Areva, Siemens and EdF (Electricite de France), with their expertise in the global nuclear power industry, have implemented important modifications and upgraded the Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) design. The new PWR, with increased safety design incorporations, is the European Pressurized Reactor (EPR) technology. The EPR design mainly focuses on European power market requirements. The same design, when updated to serve the US power market requirements, is called the US Evolutionary Pressurized Reactor (US EPR). Currently, there are four EPR reactors under construction in the world. EPR promises to decrease the chances of nuclear mishap occurrence. The delay in commercial operations of EPR projects, public and environmental activists' protests against EPR's deployment, the utility companies' obligations to meet the necessary safety and regulatory requirements of each specific country, and obtaining approval are some of the key challenges faced by the EPR reactor design. In the next few decades, EPR technology with its necessary updates and safe-operational history will prove to be a potential technology for the global nuclear power industry, ensuring nuclear safety.

The EPR is designed to safeguard itself against aircraft crashes and natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. The outer shell protects the EPR nuclear power reactor from airplane crashes. The reactor island is installed on a six meter thick concrete basemat and the height of the setup is lowered, to prevent any damage to the reactor by earthquakes and floods.

Similarly, the Generation mPower's small modular reactor (SMR) technology designed by Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) is being looked upon as a potential game changer in the nuclear power sector. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has recently planned for the first commercial deployment of Generation mPower's (GmP) small modular reactor (SMR) technology at Clinch River Breeder Reactor site in Tennessee, US. The project includes the deployment of six scalable, modular nuclear power reactors with 125 MW output each. The mPower reactor technology was the result of a formal alliance between Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) and Betchel agreeing to design, license and deploy B&W's mPower reactor design. B&W claims the mPower reactor design to be a passively safe Advanced Light Water Reactor (ALWR) with a below ground containment structure which is air-cooled. The mPower reactor offers distinct advantages of lower cost while providing the advantages of low carbon emissions associated with a nuclear power plant. The reactor has the added benefits of multiple applications, reliability, cost effectiveness, proliferation resistance, simplified maintenance and operations. Such new technologies are expected to offer potential for the resurgence of nuclear power - a sector that is presently grappling with increased public discontent due to safety concerns.

The new safety measures and technological innovations will ensure that more and more countries opt for nuclear power in the future.

Asia-Pacific to Lead the Growth of Nuclear Power

The nuclear power market in Asia-Pacific is expected to be the next global nuclear powerhouse. The Asia-Pacific nuclear power market is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.9% over the period 2011-2020. China will be the fastest growing market in Asia-Pacific. The total number of reactors in Asia-Pacific is expected to increase by 116% by 2020. At present, there are seven countries in the nuclear market in Asia-Pacific. This is expected to increase to 21 by 2020.

Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents

  • 1.1 List of Tables
  • 1.2 List of Figures

2. Introduction

  • 2.1 Methodology Adopted for Selection of Countries
  • 2.2 Country Level Parameters
  • 2.3 Business Viability
  • 2.4 Report Guidance

3. The Global Power Market to 2020

  • 3.1 The Global Power Market, Overview
  • 3.2 The Global Power Market, Installed Capacity and Generation 2005-2020
  • 3.3 The Global Power Market, By Technology

4. The Global Nuclear Power Market to 2020

  • 4.1 The Global Nuclear Power Market, Overview
  • 4.2 Global Nuclear Power Market, Installed Capacity and Generation 2005-2020

5. The Role of Nuclear in the Power Industry

  • 5.1 The Global Nuclear Power Market, Trend 2005-2020

6. The Global Nuclear Power Market, Deals, Challenges, Opportunties and Cost Analysis

  • 6.1 The Global Nuclear Power Market, Organizations, Regulations and Policies
  • 6.2 The Global Nuclear Power Market, Mergers, Acquisitions and Deals
    • 6.2.1 Deals, 2011
    • 6.2.2 Deals, 2010
  • 6.3 Challenges Faced by the Global Nuclear Power Market
    • 6.3.1 Disposal of Waste
    • 6.3.2 Safety Concerns
    • 6.3.3 High Installation Cost
    • 6.3.4 Technological Factor
  • 6.4 Key Opportunities in the Global Nuclear Power Market
    • 6.4.1 Environmental Regulations
    • 6.4.2 Low Operating and Maintenance Cost
    • 6.4.3 Availability of Nuclear Fuel
  • 6.5 The Global Nuclear Power Market, Cost Drivers
    • 6.5.1 Capital Cost
    • 6.5.2 Operating Cost
    • 6.5.3 Waste Disposal Cost
    • 6.5.4 Decommissioning Cost
    • 6.5.5 Insurance Cost
  • 6.6 Breakdown of Nuclear Electricity Generation Cost

7. Asia-Pacific Nuclear Power Market to 2020

  • 7.1 Asia-Pacific Nuclear Power Market, Overview
  • 7.2 The China Nuclear Power Market
    • 7.2.1 China, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 7.2.2 China, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 7.2.3 China, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 7.2.4 China, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 7.2.5 China, Business Viability
  • 7.3 India, Nuclear Power Market
    • 7.3.1 India, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 7.3.2 India, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 7.3.3 India, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 7.3.4 India, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 7.3.5 India, Business Viability
  • 7.4 Japan, Nuclear Power Market
    • 7.4.1 Japan, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 7.4.2 Japan, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 7.4.3 Japan, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 7.4.4 Japan, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 7.4.5 Japan, Business Viability
  • 7.5 South Korea, Nuclear Power Market
    • 7.5.1 South Korea, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 7.5.2 South Korea, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 7.5.3 South Korea, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 7.5.4 South Korea, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 7.5.5 South Korea, Business Viability
  • 7.6 Taiwan, Nuclear Power Market
    • 7.6.1 Taiwan, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 7.6.2 Taiwan, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 7.6.3 Taiwan, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 7.6.4 Taiwan, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 7.6.5 Taiwan, Business Viability

8. Europe Nuclear Power Market to 2020

  • 8.1 Europe Nuclear Power Market, Overview
  • 8.2 France, Nuclear Power Market
    • 8.2.1 France, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 8.2.2 France, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 8.2.3 France, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 8.2.4 France, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 8.2.5 France, Business Viability
  • 8.3 Germany, Nuclear Power Market
    • 8.3.1 Germany, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 8.3.2 Germany, Planned Shutdowns
    • 8.3.3 Germany, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 8.3.4 Germany, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 8.3.5 Germany, Business Viability
  • 8.4 Russia, Nuclear Power Market
    • 8.4.1 Russia, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 8.4.2 Russia, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 8.4.3 Russia, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 8.4.4 Russia, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 8.4.5 Russia, Business Viability
  • 8.5 Ukraine, Nuclear Power Market
    • 8.5.1 Ukraine, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 8.5.2 Ukraine, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 8.5.3 Ukraine, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 8.5.4 Ukraine, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 8.5.5 Ukraine, Business Viability
  • 8.6 The UK, Nuclear Power Market
    • 8.6.1 The UK, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 8.6.2 The UK, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 8.6.3 The UK, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 8.6.4 The UK, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 8.6.5 The UK, Business Viability

9. The Middle East and Africa Nuclear Power Market to 2020

  • 9.1 The Middle East and Africa, Nuclear Power Market, Overview
  • 9.2 Iran, Nuclear Power Market
    • 9.2.1 Iran, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 9.2.2 Iran, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 9.2.3 Iran, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 9.2.4 Iran, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 9.2.5 Iran, Business Viability
  • 9.3 South Africa, Nuclear Power Market
    • 9.3.1 South Africa, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 9.3.2 South Africa, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 9.3.3 South Africa, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 9.3.4 South Africa, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 9.3.5 South Africa, Business Viability

10. South and Central America Nuclear Power Market to 2020

  • 10.1 South and Central America, Nuclear Power Market, Overview
  • 10.2 Argentina, Nuclear Power Market
    • 10.2.1 Argentina, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 10.2.2 Argentina, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 10.2.3 Argentina, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 10.2.4 Argentina, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 10.2.5 Argentina, Business Viability
  • 10.3 Brazil, Nuclear Power Market
    • 10.3.1 Brazil, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 10.3.2 Brazil, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 10.3.3 Brazil, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 10.3.4 Brazil, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 10.3.5 Brazil, Business Viability
  • 10.4 Mexico, Nuclear Power Market
    • 10.4.1 Mexico, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 10.4.2 Mexico, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 10.4.3 Mexico, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 10.4.4 Mexico, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 10.4.5 Mexico, Business Viability

11. The North America Nuclear Power Market to 2020

  • 11.1 North America, Nuclear Power Market, Overview
  • 11.2 Canada, Nuclear Power Market
    • 11.2.1 Canada, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 11.2.2 Canada, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 11.2.3 Canada, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 11.2.4 Canada, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 11.2.5 Canada, Business Viability
  • 11.3 The US, Nuclear Power Market
    • 11.3.1 The US, Installed Capacity and Generation, 2005-2020
    • 11.3.2 The US, Nuclear Facilities and Regions
    • 11.3.3 The US, Regulatory Policies and Framework
    • 11.3.4 The US, Major Players and Competitive Scenario
    • 11.3.5 The US, Business Viability

12. Nuclear Power Generation Technology

  • 12.1 Existing Technology
    • 12.1.1 Generation I
    • 12.1.2 Generation II
    • 12.1.3 Generation III
  • 12.2 Future Technology
    • 12.2.1 Generation IV
    • 12.2.2 Generation V

13. Emerging Nuclear Power Markets

  • 13.1 Emerging Power Market, Opportunities
  • 13.2 Key Developments of Emerging Nuclear Power Market:
    • 13.2.1 Asia-Pacific
  • 13.3 Europe
  • 13.4 Middle East & Africa:
  • 13.5 South and Central America
  • 13.6 Emerging Nuclear Power Market, Deals and Agreements

14. Appendix

  • 14.1 Methodology
    • 14.1.1 Coverage
    • 14.1.2 Secondary Research
    • 14.1.3 Primary Research
    • 14.1.4 Forecasts
    • 14.1.5 Expert Panel Validation
  • 14.2 Units of Measurement
    • 14.2.1 Units of Measurement
  • 14.3 Abbreviations
  • 14.4 Contact Us
  • 14.5 Disclaimer

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Global Installed Capacity and Generation, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 2: Global Power Market , Power Generation by Technology, (%), 2010
  • Table 3: Global Power Generation Capacity by Technology, MW, 2010-2020
  • Table 4: Installed Nuclear Power Capacity & Generation, Global, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 5: Global, Number of Upcoming Reactors (Planned/Under Construction), 2011-2020
  • Table 6: Nuclear Power Deals, 2011
  • Table 7: Nuclear Power Deals, 2010
  • Table 8: Cost Breakdown of Power Generation in Major Technology, 2011
  • Table 9: Cost Comparison of Electricity Generation Techniques, 2011
  • Table 10: Breakdown of Nuclear Energy Generation Cost, 2011
  • Table 11: Levelized Costs of Electricity (LCOE) Nuclear from Nuclear Power, $/MWh, 2010
  • Table 12: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in Asia-Pacific, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 13: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, China, (%), 2010
  • Table 14: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in China, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 15: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in China, 2011
  • Table 16: Upcoming Nuclear Reactors in China, 2011-2020
  • Table 17: Dominant Players in Chinese Nuclear Power , 2011
  • Table 18: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, India, (%), 2010
  • Table 19: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in India, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 20: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in India, 2011
  • Table 21: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors in India, 2011-2020
  • Table 22: Dominant Players of Indian Nuclear Power Industry, 2011
  • Table 23: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Japan, (%), 2010
  • Table 24: Nuclear Power Capacity & Generation in Japan, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 25: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, Japan, 2011
  • Table 26: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Japan, 2011-2020
  • Table 27: Dominant Players Nuclear Power, Japan, 2011
  • Table 28: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, South Korea, (%), 2010
  • Table 29: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation in South Korea, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 30: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in South Korea, 2011
  • Table 31: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, South Korea, 2011-2020
  • Table 32: Dominant Player of Nuclear Power, South Korea, 2011
  • Table 33: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Taiwan, (%), 2010
  • Table 34: Nuclear Power Capacity & Generation in Taiwan, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 35: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, Taiwan, 2011
  • Table 36: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Taiwan, 2011-2020
  • Table 37: Dominant Player Nuclear Power, Taiwan, 2011
  • Table 38: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in Europe, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 39: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, France, (%), 2010
  • Table 40: Nuclear Power Capacity & Generation in France, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 41: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in France, 2011
  • Table 42: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, France, 2011-2020
  • Table 43: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, France, 2011
  • Table 44: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Germany, (%), 2010
  • Table 45: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation in Germany, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 46: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in Germany, 2011
  • Table 47: Shutdown Schedule of German Nuclear Power Plants, 2011-2022
  • Table 48: Dominant Players Nuclear Power, Germany, 2011
  • Table 49: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Russia, (%), 2010
  • Table 50: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Russia, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 51: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in Russia, 2011
  • Table 52: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Russia, 2011-2020
  • Table 53: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, Russia, 2011
  • Table 54: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Ukraine, (%), 2010
  • Table 55: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Ukraine, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 56: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, Ukraine, 2011
  • Table 57: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Ukraine, 2011-2020
  • Table 58: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, Ukraine, 2011
  • Table 59: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, UK, (%), 2010
  • Table 60: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, UK, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 61: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in the UK, 2011
  • Table 62: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, UK, 2011-2020
  • Table 63: Dominant Players in Nuclear Power, UK, 2011
  • Table 64: Installed Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Middle East and Africa, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 65: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Iran, (%), 2010
  • Table 66: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Iran, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 67: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Iran, 2011-2020
  • Table 68: Leading Player in Nuclear Power, Iran, 2011
  • Table 69: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, South Africa, (%), 2010
  • Table 70: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, South Africa, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 71: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in South Africa, 2011
  • Table 72: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, South Africa, 2011
  • Table 73: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, South and Central America, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 74: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Argentina, (%), 2010
  • Table 75: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Argentina, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 76: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors in Argentina, 2011
  • Table 77: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Argentina, 2011-2020
  • Table 78: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, Argentina, 2011
  • Table 79: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Brazil, (%), 2010
  • Table 80: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Brazil, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 81: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, Brazil, 2011
  • Table 82: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, Brazil, 2011-2020
  • Table 83: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, Brazil, 2011
  • Table 84: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Mexico, (%), 2010
  • Table 85: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Mexico, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 86: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, Mexico, 2011
  • Table 87: Dominant Player in Nuclear Power, Mexico, 2011
  • Table 88: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, North America, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 89: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Canada, (%), 2010
  • Table 90: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Canada, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 91: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, Canada, 2011
  • Table 92: Dominant Players in Nuclear Power, Canada, 2011
  • Table 93: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, The US, (%), 2010
  • Table 94: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, The US, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Table 95: Operable Nuclear Power Reactors, The US, 2011
  • Table 96: Upcoming Nuclear Power Reactors, The US, 2011-2020
  • Table 97: Dominant Players in US Nuclear Power, 2011
  • Table 98: Emerging Nuclear Power Countries, By Region, 2010
  • Table 99: Upcoming Reactors in Emerging Markets, 2010
  • Table 100: Major Deals and Agreements, Emerging Markets, October 2010 - June 2011

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity and Generation, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 2: Global Power Market , Power Generation by Technology, (%), 2010
  • Figure 3: Global Power Generation Capacity by Technology, MW, 2010-2020
  • Figure 4: Global Nuclear Installed Capacity and Generation, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 5: Impact of Power Generating Technology on Environment, 2011
  • Figure 6: Number of Operable Reactors, Global, By Type, 2010
  • Figure 7: Number of Operable Reactors, Global, By Region, 2010
  • Figure 8: Cost Breakdown of Power Generation in Major Technology, 2011
  • Figure 9: Impact of Resource Price Doubling, 2010
  • Figure 10: Break Down of Nuclear Energy Generation Cost, 2011
  • Figure 11: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in Asia-Pacific, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 12: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, China, (%), 2010
  • Figure 13: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in China, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 14: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, India, (%), 2010
  • Figure 15: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in India, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 16: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Japan, (%), 2010
  • Figure 17: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in Japan, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 18: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, South Korea, (%), 2010
  • Figure 19: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in South Korea, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 20: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Taiwan, (%), 2010
  • Figure 21: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Taiwan, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 22: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in Europe, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 23: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, France, (%), 2010
  • Figure 24: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in France, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 25: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Germany, (%), 2010
  • Figure 26: Nuclear Capacity and Generation in Germany, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 27: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Russia, (%), 2010
  • Figure 28: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Russia, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 29: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Ukraine, (%), 2010
  • Figure 30: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Ukraine, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 31: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, UK, (%), 2010
  • Figure 32: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, UK, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 33: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Middle East and Africa, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 34: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Iran, (%), 2010
  • Figure 35: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Iran, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 36: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, South Africa, (%), 2010
  • Figure 37: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, South Africa, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 38: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, South and Central America, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 39: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Argentina, (%), 2010
  • Figure 40: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Argentina, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 41: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Brazil, (%), 2010
  • Figure 42: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Brazil, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 43: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Mexico, (%), 2010
  • Figure 44: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Mexico, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 45: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, North America, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 46: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, Canada, (%), 2010
  • Figure 47: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, Canada, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
  • Figure 48: Breakdown of Power Generation by Technology, The US, (%), 2010
  • Figure 49: Nuclear Capacity and Generation, The US, MW and GWh, 2005-2020
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