表紙:先進型原子炉による原子力発電の再生の促進
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先進型原子炉による原子力発電の再生の促進

Advanced Nuclear Reactors Drive a Rebirth for Nuclear Power

出版日: | 発行: Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research) | ページ情報: 英文 13 Pages | 納期: 即納可能 即納可能とは

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先進型原子炉による原子力発電の再生の促進
出版日: 2021年08月05日
発行: Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research)
ページ情報: 英文 13 Pages
納期: 即納可能 即納可能とは
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概要

原子力エネルギーへの関心とイノベーションの再燃は、増大するエネルギー需要を満たすために低炭素の原子力発電を利用する新しいソリューションに対する官民の関心を高めています。支持的な政策と規制、革新的な技術、持続可能な資源、官民パートナーシップ(PPP)の存続・拡大などの要因がこれらのイノベーションの商業化と原子力発電の再拡大の道筋を示すと予測されています。

当レポートでは、先進型原子炉による原子力発電の再生の展望を調査し、原子力発電の背景、原子力技術の現状、技術開発の見通し、新しい成長機会、計画中および進行中の主要な取り組み、先進型原子炉の導入促進に必要な経済的考察と法規制的支援、各種提言などをまとめています。

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序文

背景

提言

  • 新たな機会創出のための歴史的障壁の克服
  • 原子力:発電の魅力的な選択肢
  • 先進型原子炉:従来の原子炉より容易な機械的操作性

経済性:技術の商業化において重要な役割を果たす

  • 資本コスト:原子炉LCOEに直接影響
  • 先進型原子炉:コスト削減の可能性
  • 台頭しつつある動向

前進の道程

  • 有利なライセンシングおよび認可政策のサポート
  • 技術および資金調達の課題への対応
  • 運用コストおよび経済性の理解
  • 環境廃棄物への取り組み
図表

LIST OF TABLES

  • Advanced Nuclear Reactor Technology Benefits
目次
Product Code: SI-ANR-21

The resurgence of interest in nuclear energy and innovations is driving public and private interest in new solutions to harness the power of low carbon nuclear power to meet growing energy demands. Four key market drivers are expected to help pave the way for these innovations to achieve commercialization and increased nuclear power generation: supportive policy and regulations, innovative technology, sustainable resources, and the persistence and growth of public-private partnerships (PPPs).

Historically, nuclear power has been cost-prohibitive and has not provided an economic proposition to match carbon-based energy sources (e.g., coal and natural gas). However, interest in greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets, energy security, and economic growth are resurging within government landscapes. The benefits of advanced nuclear technologies include increased operating temperatures leading to cogeneration, improved safety, the flexibility to react to changes in electricity demand, and smaller, more modular designs. Advanced nuclear reactors are mechanically and operationally simpler than conventional nuclear reactors. Operationally, they consist of more passive safety systems, involve more natural circulation, and include fewer components than existing nuclear technologies.

This Guidehouse Insights report provides an overview of the background of nuclear power, describes the current state of nuclear technologies, and offers a prelude of technology developments. If the industry collectively supports the continued and rapid advancement of nuclear technologies, it can lead to a breakthrough in the use of safer, more efficient nuclear technology in the future.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED:

  • What is next for nuclear reactors seeking to become safer and efficient?
  • How can data centers lower costs by shifting loads to locations with lower energy prices and greener energy?
  • What is the history of nuclear technology in its current state?
  • What are new opportunities for advanced nuclear reactors?
  • What are key advanced nuclear R&D efforts both planned and in progress?
  • What are the financial considerations needed to accelerate the implementation of advanced nuclear rea

WHO NEEDS THIS REPORT:

  • Nuclear asset vendors
  • Renewable energy solutions vendors
  • Energy providers
  • Utilities
  • Investor community

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Spark

Context

Recommendations

  • Overcoming Historical Barriers to Create New Opportunities
  • Nuclear Energy Represents an Attractive Option for Power Generation
  • Advanced Nuclear Reactors Are Mechanically and Operationally Simpler than Conventional Nuclear Reactors

Economics Are Expected to Play a Critical Role in Technology Commercialization

  • Capital Costs Directly Affect Nuclear Reactor LCOE
  • Advanced Reactors Have Cost-Reduction Potential
  • What Is on the Horizon?

Considering a Path Forward

  • Support Favorable Licensing and Permitting Policy
  • Meet Technical and Financing Challenges
  • Understand Costs and Economics of Operations
  • Tackle Environmental Waste