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세계의 원자력발전 시장 Nuclear Power
발행일 : 2019년 05월 페이지 정보 : 영문 451 Pages

세계의 원자력발전(Nuclear Power) 시장에 대해 조사 분석했으며, 지역별(미국, 캐나다, 일본, 유럽, 아시아태평양, 세계 기타 국가) 시장 분석, 향후 시장 예측, 과거 5년간 시장 분석, 주요 기업 개요 등의 정보를 정리했습니다.

제1장 서론, 조사 방법, 제품 정의

제2장 산업 개요

  • 원자력 : 탄소 배출이 최소화된 신뢰할 수 있고 지속 가능한 전력원
  • 세계 원자력 산업 개요
  • "플루토늄 경제" 비전 실현을 위한 석탄, 석유 및 가스에 비해 우수한 원자력의 이점
  • 세계 원자력 산업에서의 중국의 존재감 증대
  • 미국은 계속해서 세계 최대의 원자력 시장
  • 러시아 : 최첨단 고속 핵분열 반응기 기술의 글로벌 리더
  • 주요 시장의 원자력 현황
  • 아시아
  • 러시아/동유럽
  • 서유럽/중유럽
  • 중동 및 아프리카
  • 북미
  • 남미
  • 일본 후쿠시마 원전 사고 : 세계 원자력 산업 성장 억제요인
  • 원자력발전량 증가에도 불구하고 세계 에너지 믹스에서의 비율은 감소
  • 원자력발전에 대한 관심은 세계적으로 낮아지고 있다
  • 원자력의 혁신이 향후 지속가능한 에너지의 열쇠
  • 국제협력의 필요성 : 원자력 산업의 과제를 해결
  • 세계 시장 전망 : 단기적인 문제나 과제는 있지만 장기 전망은 낙관적
  • 경제 회복에 의한 가까운 미래의 성장 조짐

제3장 시장 동향, 성장 촉진요인

제4장 혁신과 발전

제5장 문제와 과제

제6장 규제 현황

제7장 기술 개요

제8장 경쟁 구도

제9장 세계 시장 개요

제10장 지역 시장 개요

  • 미국
  • 캐나다
  • 일본
  • 유럽
  • 아시아태평양
  • 세계 기타 국가

제11장 기업 개요(84개사)

LSH 18.12.10

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Nuclear Power in TeraWatt-hours (TWh). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2016 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 84 companies including many key and niche players such as -

Axpo Group
Bruce Power L.P.
BWX Technologies, Inc.
CEZ, a.s.
China General Nuclear Power Group
China National Nuclear Corporation

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

  • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
  • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
  • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
  • Product Definition and Scope of Study

2. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

  • Nuclear Power: Reliable and Sustainable Electricity Source with Minimal Carbon Emissions
  • Global Nuclear Power Industry: Fast Facts
  • Myriad Benefits of Nuclear Power over Coal, Oil, and Gas to Drive the Vision of the "Plutonium Economy"
    • Table 1: Largest Nuclear Power Plants Worldwide by Gross Capacity (MWs): 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 2: Largest Nuclear Power Plants Worldwide by Gross Electricity Generation (Billion Kilowatt Hours): 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 3: Operational and Under Construction Nuclear Power Reactors Worldwide by Country (2018)
    • Table 4: Global Nuclear Reactors under Construction by Country, Net Electrical Power, and Reactor Type (2018)
    • Table 5: Global Operational Nuclear Reactors by Type and Electrical Power (2018): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Reactors and Net Electrical Power (GW) for PWR, BWR, PHWR, LWGR, GCR, and FBR (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 6: Global Under-Construction Nuclear Reactors by Type and Electrical Power (2018): Percentage Breakdown of Number of Reactors and Net Electrical Power (GW) for PWR, BWR, PHWR, FBR, and HTGR (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • China's Growing Prominence in the Global Nuclear Power Industry
    • Table 7: Global Nuclear Power Plants under Construction by Country (2018E): Percentage Breakdown of Plant Capacity (GWe) for China, India, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UAE, USA, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 8: Global Planned Nuclear Power Capacity by Country (2018E): Percentage Breakdown of Planned Capacity (GWe) for China, India, Russia, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Ukraine, USA, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 9: Global Proposed Nuclear Power Capacity by Country (2018E): Percentage Breakdown of Proposed Capacity (GWe) for China, India, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 10: Global Nuclear Power Capacity Additions through 2035: Percentage Breakdown by Geographic Region/Country for Canada, China, Eastern Europe, France, India, Japan, Latin America, Middle East & Africa, Russia, South Korea, The United States, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • US Continues to Remain the Single Largest Nuclear Power Market in the World
    • Table 11: Global Nuclear Power Current Capacity by Country (2018E): Percentage Breakdown of Plant Capacity (GWe) for Canada, China, France, Japan, Russia, South Korea, USA, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Russia: Global Leader for Cutting-Edge Fast-Fission Reactor Technology
  • State of Nuclear Power in Major Markets Summarized
  • Asia
  • Russia and East Europe
  • Western and Central Europe
  • Middle East and Africa
  • North America
  • South America
  • Japan's Fukushima Disaster: Major Growth Impeding Factor for the Global Nuclear Power Industry
  • Despite Growth in Nuclear Power Generation, Contribution to the Global Energy Mix Declines
    • Table 12: Global Energy Mix (2017 & 2040): Percentage Breakdown of Cumulative Installed Capacity for Coal, Gas, Hydro, Nuclear, Oil, Onshore Wind, Small-Scale PV, Utility-Scale PV, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Interest in Nuclear Power Generation Continues to Wane Globally
  • Innovation in Nuclear Power is the Key for Future of Sustainable Energy
  • Need for International Cooperation: The Solution to Nuclear Power Industry Woes
  • Global Market Outlook: Optimistic Long Term Outlook amidst Short Term Issues and Challenges
  • Improving Economy Signals Market Growth Opportunities in the Near Term
    • Table 13: World Real GDP Growth Rates (%) by Country/Region for the Years 2014 to 2019 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 14: World Real GDP Compounded Average Annual Growth Rates (%) for 2000-2016 and 2016-2025 by Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS

  • The Urgent Need to De-carbonize Energy Production for Mitigating Climate Change Sustains Market Growth for Nuclear Power
    • Table 15: World Energy Production by Energy Source (2017 & 2020): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation (Billion Kilowatt Hours) for Petroleum, Nuclear, Natural Gas, Coal, and Renewables (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 16: Global Increase in Surface Temperatures (in Centigrade): 1952, 1981, 1998 and 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 17: Global Energy Investments by Category: Percentage Breakdown of New Power Generating Capacity Investments over the Period 2017-2040 for Fossil Fuels and Zero-Carbon Fuels (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 18: Global Energy Investments by Technology: Breakdown of New Power Generating Capacity Investments (US$ Billion) over the Period 2017-2040 for Wind, Solar, Nuclear, Hydro, Gas, and Coal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Despite Numerous Issues and Challenges, Nuclear Energy Offers Clean Electricity and Energy Independence
    • Table 19: Nuclear Energy Share in Total Electricity Production of Major Countries: 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Low-carbon Nuclear Electricity Critical for Realizing the 2°C Scenario
    • Table 20: Lifecycle GHG Emissions (in Grams) CO2 Equivalent/kWh for Various Energy Sources (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 21: Lifecycle Emissions (in Milligram per Kilowatt-hour) of Air Pollutants for Various Power Generation Fuels
    • Table 22: Global Emissions Reduction in Power Generation Sector under 2DS through 2050 by Segment (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 23: Global Investment Required for Realizing 2DS by Geographic Region (2010-2050): Breakdown of Cumulative Investment ($ Billion) for China, European Union, India, Middle East & Africa, Russia & CIS, the United States, Rest of World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Will Nuclear Power Generation Result in Long-Term Ecological Impact: The Debate Continues
  • Growing Number of New Plant Constructions Offset Reactor Retirements and Benefit Nuclear Capacity Expansion
  • Construction and Upgrading of Nuclear Plants
  • Capacity Gains through Uprating
  • Plant Retirements and Lifetime Extensions
    • Table 24: Nuclear Reactors Planned for Construction Worldwide by Country (2018): Reactor Name, Capacity, Operator, and Expected Construction Start
    • Table 25: Nuclear Reactors under Construction Worldwide by Country (2018): Reactor Name, Capacity, Construction Start, and Commercial Operation
  • Accounting for Two-Thirds of Under-Construction Reactors Globally, Asia-Pacific Remains at the Forefront of Nuclear Power Generation
    • Table 26: Number of Nuclear Reactors in Operation by Region (2017): Breakdown of Operable Reactors for Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe & Russia, South America, North America, and West & Central Europe (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 27: Number of Nuclear Reactors under Construction by Region (2017): Breakdown of Reactors under Construction for Asia, Eastern Europe & Russia, South America, North America, and West & Central Europe (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Uprating and Life-Extension of Existing Nuclear Reactors Lend Traction to Market Growth
  • Need to Complement Fossil Fuel Power with Sustainable Nuclear Power for Meeting Surging Electricity Demand: An Important Growth Driver
    • Table 28: Global Energy Consumption (Billion Toe): Growth Trajectory for the Period 1995-2035 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 29: Global Delivered Energy Consumption (Billion Toe) by End-use Sector (2005, 2015, 2025, and 2035) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Ballooning Global Population and Exponential Increase in Urbanization Propel Electricity Demand
    • Table 30: World Population (Millions) and Urbanization Rate (%) by Region/Country: 2016 & 2040 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Developing Countries to Drive Electricity Consumption and Production
    • Table 31: Global Electricity Demand by Region/Country (2017-2040): Breakdown of Demand (Thousand TWh) for Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, India, Japan, Middle East & North Africa, South East Asia, USA, and Rest of World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Tougher Safety Norms: A Boon for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Monitoring
    • Table 32: Global Nuclear Safety & Radiation Monitoring Systems Market by Geographic Region (2018E): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Asia, Europe, North America, and Rest of World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Uranium Prices to Power Higher in Sync with Growing Global Nuclear Power Capacity
    • Table 33: Leading Uranium Fuel Producing Countries Worldwide (2018E): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Output for Australia, Canada, China, Kazakhstan, Namibia, Niger, Russia, the United States, Uzbekistan, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Number of Existing and Potential Applications Drive Lithium Demand in the Nuclear Power Industry
  • Lithium: The Only Stable Element for Producing Net Energy through Nuclear Fission
  • Thorium: Minimizing Fuel Wastage and Mitigating Concerns Associated with Uranium-Based Nuclear Power
  • Significance of Thorium as Nuclear Fuel
  • Types of Reactors Suitable for Thorium
  • Projects Using Thorium Fuel to Generate Electricity
  • R&D Efforts Involving Key Reactor Types
  • Other Notable Research Efforts
  • Key Challenges Associated with Thorium Fuel Cycles
    • India`s Plans for Thorium Cycle

4. INNOVATIONS & ADVANCEMENTS

  • Radical Innovations Poised to Curtail the Waning Interest in Nuclear Power
  • Wider Deployment of the Tested 20-Century Technology
  • Inventing Something Much Superior
  • More Focus on Fusion
    • Nuclear Fusion Reactors: The Next Frontier for Nuclear Power Technology
  • Innovative Nuclear Energy Efforts by the NICE Initiative and MIT's CANES
  • Small Modular Reactors: A Potentially Revolutionary Nuclear Technology
  • Advantages of SMRs
  • SMR: The Apt Solution for Resolving Size Issues of Large Scale Nuclear Plants?
  • Offshore Reactors: Flexible, Cheaper and Safer Nuclear Power Generation Option
  • Nuclear Power-Reactors Experience Continued Improvements in Technology and Design
  • Heavy Water Reactors: Moderated and Cooled by Heavy Water
  • Enhanced CANDU-6 (EC6)
  • Advanced Fuel CANDU Reactor (AFCR)
  • Advanced Heavy Water Reactor (AHWR)
  • Graphite-Moderated High-Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactors
  • HTR-PM, HTR-PM 600
  • Global Initiatives for Creating Standards for Future Nuclear Reactors
  • European-Pressurized-Water Reactor (EPR)
  • Westinghouse AP1000
  • Advanced-Boiling-Water-Reactor (ABWR)
  • Economic-Simplified-BWR (ESBWR)
  • Advance PWR (APWR)
  • APR1000, APR+, EU-APR and APR1400
  • Atmea1
  • Kerena
  • V-392 and AES-92
  • MIR-1200 and AES-2006
  • VVER-TOI
  • VVER-600
  • HPR1000 and Hualong One
  • VBER-300
  • Fast Neutron Reactors (FNRs): Cooled by Liquid Metal and Not Moderated
  • BN-600
  • BN-800
  • BN-1200
  • BREST
  • PRISM
  • Westinghouse LFR
  • Japan Standard Fast Reactor (JSFR)
  • Accelerator-Driven Systems (ADS)
  • Compact Nuclear Reactor to Revolutionize Space Exploration

5. ISSUES & CHALLENGES

  • Unprecedented Rise of Renewable Energy Set to Dent Market Prospects for Nuclear Power
  • Wind and Solar Expansion Lead to Renewable Power Revolution
    • Table 34: Nuclear and Renewable Energy Investments by Region/Country (2005, 2010, 2015, and 2017: Breakdown of Investments ($ Billion) for Asia (ex. China and India), India, China, MEA, Europe, Americas (ex. US and Brazil), Brazil, and USA (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 35: Global Investments in Renewable Energy by Sector (2017): Breakdown of New Investments (US$ Billion) for Biofuels, Biomass & Waste-to-Energy, Geothermal, Marine, Small Hydro, Solar, and Wind (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 36: Global Energy Investments by Technology: Breakdown of New Power Generating Capacity Investments (US$ Billion) over the Period 2017-2040 for Wind, Solar, Nuclear, Hydro, Gas, and Coal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • High Capital Intensiveness of Nuclear Power Plants
  • Despite Ongoing Evolution in Nuclear Reactor Technologies, Nuclear Construction Hits Numerous Roadblocks
  • Construction Status of Major Generation III+ Nuclear Power Plants Worldwide
  • Factors Responsible for Construction Delays and Ongoing Efforts for Extending Operational Lifetime of NPPs
  • Standardization, Continuity and Strict Centralization Key to Reducing Nuclear Energy Costs
    • Reasons for Increase in Cost and Construction Time
    • Experience and Standardization Critical for Managing Costs and Minimizing Construction Time
    • The South Korean Model Reduces Cost and Accelerates Construction
    • Centralization, Standardization and Continuity Critical
  • Prohibitive Cost, Environmental Issues Associated with Nuclear Fuel Disposal
  • Growing Concerns about Economic Viability of Nuclear Plants
  • Dearth of Skilled Manpower

6. REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

  • Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP)
  • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty

7. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

  • Nuclear Power: A Prelude
  • Historical Perspective
  • Evolution
  • Cost of Nuclear Power
  • Nuclear Power Generation: A Technical Overview
  • Importance of Fission Reaction
  • Nuclear Power Reactors
  • General View of Different Nuclear Reactor Types
  • Generation I&II Reactors
  • Generation III
  • Generation IV Reactor Concepts
  • Fast Reactor Designs
  • Thermal Reactor Designs
  • Components of Nuclear Reactors
  • Pressure Vessel or Pressure Tubes
  • Fuel Assemblies
  • Moderator
  • Containment
  • Control Rods
  • Coolant
  • Steam Turbines
  • Design Principles
  • Design Classification
  • Operating Principles
  • Steam Generator
  • Power Generation Procedure in Nuclear Power Stations
  • Control - Criticality, Sub criticality, Criticality and Super criticality

8. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

  • 8.1 Focus on Select Global Players
  • Axpo Group (Switzerland)
  • Bruce Power L.P. (Canada)
  • BWX Technologies, Inc. (USA)
  • CEZ, a.s. (Czech Republic)
  • China General Nuclear Power Group (China)
  • China National Nuclear Corporation (China)
  • Dongfang Electric Corporation Limited (China)
  • Doosan Babcock Limited (UK)
  • E.ON SE (Germany)
  • EDF (Electricite de France) SA (France)
  • EDF Energy Plc (UK)
  • EletrobrasTermonuclear S.A. (Brazil)
  • ENGIE Electrabel (Belgium)
  • Exelon Corporation (USA)
  • GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (USA)
  • Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (South Korea)
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. (Japan)
  • Mitsubishi Nuclear Fuel Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • NNEGC Energoatom (Ukraine)
  • Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (India)
  • Ontario Power Generation (Canada)
  • Orano (France)
  • ROSATOM (Russia)
  • Atomstroyexport (Russia)
  • Shanghai Electric Group Company Limited (China)
  • Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings (Japan)
  • Toshiba Corporation (Japan)
  • Vattenfall AB (Sweden)
  • 8.2 Recent Industry Activity
  • Rosatom to Construct a Nuclear Power Plant Project in China
  • Rosatom Opens New Floating Nuclear Power Plant
  • Exelon Generation Acquires the Everett LNG Facility
  • Bruce Power Receives Power Reactor Operating License Renewal
  • IAEA Enters into an Agreement with NEI
  • EDF and VEOLIA Enter into Partnership Agreement
  • EDF Signs a Strategic Cooperation Agreement with GE
  • EON and RWE Enter into Merger
  • CNCC Enters into Merger with China Nuclear
  • CNNC Signs a MoU with New AREVA
  • NPCIL Announces an Agreement to Set Up Six Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Rosatom to Start Construction of the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant in Turkey
  • EDF Acquires Majority Stake in Areva NP
  • TerraPower Signs an Agreement with CNNC
  • Kansai Electric to Shut Down Two Nuclear Reactors
  • Horizon Nuclear Power Partners with Tecnatom
  • AREVA Nuclear Materials Signs a Contract with NorthStar
  • IAEA Enters into an Agreement with Rosatom

9. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

    • Table 37: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 38: World Historic Review for Nuclear Power by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 39: World 14-Year Perspective for Nuclear Power by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Annual Power Generation for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

10. REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

  • 10.1 THE UNITED STATES
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Potential of Nuclear Power as Future Electricity Supply Source Appears Bleak in the Single Largest Market in the World
    • Table 40: Operational/Closure Details of Nuclear Power Plants in the US: 2017-18
    • Factors Impacting Nuclear Power Generation in the US
      • Cost Challenges
      • Economic Issues
      • Abundance of Natural Gas and Decline of Coal
      • Moderate Electricity Demand
      • Surging Operating Costs
      • Rise of Renewables
      • Stringent Regulatory Requirements
    • Factors Supporting Revival of the Nuclear Power Sector
      • Federal Backing
      • Environment Policy Rollbacks
      • Small Modular Reactors (SMRs)
    • US Nuclear Power Lags in New Capacity Additions
    • Major Developments Reflecting the Current State of Nuclear Power in the US
      • Size of Nuclear Plants
      • Shutdowns, Reversals, and Combined Licenses Characterize Recent Developments
    • Bailout Packages as Lifeline for Nuclear Power Plants
      • Subsidy Programs Face Stiff Resistance
    • Despite Several Hurdles, Nuclear Energy Continues to Remain a Viable Option for Combating Climate Change in the Near Term
    • Table 41: Electricity Generation in the US by Fuel Type (1977, 1987, 2007 & 2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generated for Coal, Petroleum, Natural Gas, Other Gases, Nuclear, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 42: Year-wise Emissions Avoided by the US Nuclear Industry in terms of Sulfur Dioxide, Nitrogen Oxides, and Carbon Dioxide: 2000-2016 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 43: State-wise Emissions Avoided by the Nuclear Industry in terms of Sulfur Dioxide, Nitrogen Oxides, and Carbon Dioxide (2017)
      • Significance of Nuclear Power in Energy Markets
    • Table 44: US Nuclear Generation Capacity Factors (%): 1977, 1987, 1997, 2007, and 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 45: Capacity Factors by Fuel Type in the US (2017): Ratio of Actual Electricity Generated Versus Maximum Possible (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
      • Need for Safer, Meltdown-Proof Nuclear Power Plants
      • Nuclear and Renewable Energies Need to Co-exist
      • Nuclear Power Plants Generate Double the Carbon-Free Power than Renewables
    • Table 46: Emissions-Free Energy Sources in the US by Type (2017): Percentage Breakdown for Geothermal, Hydro, Nuclear, Solar, and Wind (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Innovative Technologies to Foster Growth for the Sluggish Nuclear Energy Market
      • Nuclear Industry Witness Continuous Advancements in Nuclear Reactors
      • Nuclear Industry: The Three Revolutionary Innovations
      • State-of the Art Nuclear Reactors
      • Advanced Manufacturing
      • Advanced Fuels
    • NASA to Send Compact Nuclear Reactors to Moon and Mars
    • Power Uprates: An Apt Economic Solution for Enhancing Power Output of Power Utilities
    • Table 47: Cumulative Nuclear Power Uprates (MWe) in the US: 1977-2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 48: Annual Power Uprates (MWe) in the US: 1977, 1987, 1997, 2007, 2015, 2016, and 2017 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 49: Age-wise Distribution of US Nuclear Reactors (2018) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Permanent Shutdown and Decommissioning
    • Nuclear Energy Research and Development
      • Nuclear Power Loan Guarantees
      • Production Tax Credits
    • Regulatory Environment
      • National Regulations and Laws Related to Nuclear Power
      • Advanced Nuclear Technologies' Development
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 50: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 51: US Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.2 CANADA
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Canada Pursue Nuclear Power as Part of Clean Energy and Low Carbon Future Initiative
    • Table 52: Electricity Generation in Canada by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Biomass, Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Regulatory Structure
      • Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd (AECL) Spearheads Nuclear Power R&D in Canada
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 53: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 54: Canadian Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.3 JAPAN
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Japan's Nuclear Power Sector Witness Strong Recovery from Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
    • Table 55: Electricity Generation in Japan by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Geothermal, Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Current Status of Nuclear Power Plants in Japan
    • Table 56: Operational/Closure Details of Nuclear Power Plants in Japan: 2017-18
    • Atomic Energy Basic Law and Nuclear Power Utilization
    • Nuclear Power Sector Related Developments
    • Nuclear Power Research and Development
      • Advanced Nuclear Energy Technologies and Development
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 57: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 58: Japanese Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4 EUROPE
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Renewable Options Continue to Gain over Nuclear Power in Europe, Curtails Market Growth
    • Table 59: Electricity Production in Europe by Energy Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown for Bioenergy and Waste; Coal, Lignite and Peat; Hydro; Natural Gas; Nuclear; Oil; Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • European Council to Incentivize EU ETS Investment into Nuclear Power Signals Optimism
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 60: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power by Region/Country - France, Germany, UK, Spain, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 61: European Historic Review for Nuclear Power by Region/Country - France, Germany, UK, Spain, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, and Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 62: European 14-Year Perspective for Nuclear Power by Region/Country - Percentage Breakdown of Annual Power Generation for France, Germany, UK, Spain, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine, and Rest of Europe Markets for Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.1 FRANCE
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Largest Nuclear Power Market in Europe Continue to Post Positive Growth
    • Table 63: Electricity Generation in France by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Current Nuclear Power Status in the Country
    • Table 64: Operational/Closure Details of Nuclear Power Plants in France: 2017-18
    • Safety Measures for Nuclear Power Plants
      • Commissariat ? l'energie atomique
    • France: Founding Member of Generation IV International Forum (GIF)
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 65: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 66: French Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes correspondingGraph/Chart)
  • 10.4.2 GERMANY
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Focus on Promoting Eco-friendly, Affordable and Reliable Energy Supply Lead to Steady Phase-out of Nuclear Energy
      • German Nuclear Reactors Shutdown Timeline: 2011-2022
    • One of World's Largest Energy Consumer Heavily Relies on Renewable Energy Sources
    • Table 67: Electricity Generation in Germany by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Current Nuclear Power & Nuclear Reactors Status
    • Decommissioning and Permanent Shutdown Processes
    • Nuclear Power Research & Development
    • Regulatory Environment
      • Major National Laws and Regulations on Nuclear Power
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 68: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 69: German Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.3 THE UNITED KINGDOM
  • A. Market Analysis
    • UK's Established and Strong Domestic Civil Nuclear Safety System to Continue despite Brexit
    • Table 70: Electricity Generation in the UK by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
      • Brexit and Exit from Euratom
      • Performance of Nuclear Power Plants
    • Nuclear Power Development and Management of Plant Life
    • Nuclear Power Research and Development
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 71: The UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 72: The UK Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.4 SPAIN
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Despite Plant Closures, Nuclear Energy Continues to Remain an Important Source in Spanish Electricity Mix
    • Table 73: Electricity Generation in Spain by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • The Spanish Nuclear Power Industry: An Overview
    • Shutting Down and Decommissioning of NPPs
    • Nuclear Power Research & Development
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 74: Spanish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 75: Spanish Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.5 RUSSIA
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Russia to Emerge as the Dominating Force in Design, Development and Export of Nuclear Power Plants
    • Nuclear Power: Key to Economic Prosperity in Russia
    • Table 76: Electricity Generation in Russia by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, and Thermal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Nuclear Power Plants Management and License-Renewals
    • Russian-State-Concern-for-Generation-of-Electric- and-Thermal-Power-at-NPPs (Rosenergoatom)
      • Rosatom's Atomenergoprom Enterprise: The Dominant Force in the Domestic Nuclear Power Market
    • Nuclear Power Research & Development in Russia
      • Advanced Nuclear Power Technologies Development in Russia
    • Russia Launch the World's First Floating Nuclear Power Plant, Akademik Lomonosov
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 77: Russian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 78: Russian Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.6 SWEDEN
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Heavy Subsidies for Wind and Biomass and Phase out of Nuclear Subsidies Hamper Market Prospects
      • Nuclear Power Reactors in Sweden (2018): Operational and Planned Decommissioning
      • Decommissioned Nuclear Reactors in Sweden: 2018
    • Evolution of Sweden's Nuclear Industry
    • Nuclear Fuel Cycle
    • Nuclear Research and Development
    • Regulatory and Safety Landscape
      • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 79: Swedish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 80: Swedish Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.7 UKRAINE
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Dominance of Nuclear Power in the Electricity Mix Drives Faster Growth in the Country
    • Proposed Investments in Nuclear Capacity Bodes Well for the Market
    • Ukraine-EU Energy Bridge Project
    • Development of Ukrainian Nuclear Industry
      • Upgrade/Extension of Nuclear Plants
    • Nuclear Capacity Expansions
    • Nuclear Power Market Participants
    • Nuclear Research and Development
    • Ukraine Enjoy Strong Ties with Russia for Nuclear Power
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 81: Ukrainian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 82: Ukrainian Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.4.8 REST OF EUROPE
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Select Regional Markets
      • Belgium: Plans to Phase-Out Nuclear Power by 2025
      • Finland: Nuclear Power to Essay Greater Role in Meeting Growing Energy Needs
      • Switzerland: Licenses Stand Suspended for New Nuclear Power Plants, while Existing Plants to be Gradually Phased Out
      • The Country's Electricity Market
    • Table 83: Electricity Generation in Switzerland by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
      • Evolution and Current Status of Nuclear Power in Switzerland
      • Swiss Nuclear Power Sector's Future
      • Paul-Scherrer-Institute's (PSI) NES (Nuclear-Energy-and-Safety) Division
      • Advanced Technologies Development at the PSI
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 84: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 85: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.5 ASIA-PACIFIC
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Spearheaded by China, Asian Nuclear Power Markets Offer Significant Growth Opportunities
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 86: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power by Country - China, India, Pakistan, South Korea, and Taiwan Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 87: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Nuclear Power by Country - China, India, Pakistan, South Korea, and Taiwan Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 88: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Nuclear Power by Country - Percentage Breakdown of Annual Power Generation for China, India, Pakistan, South Korea, and Taiwan Markets for Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.5.1 CHINA
  • A. Market Analysis
    • China: The World's Largest Platform for Nuclear Technology with More than Half of Global Nuclear Investments
    • Table 89: Operational/Closure Details of Nuclear Power Plants in China: 2017-18
    • China to Enhance Share of Nuclear Power in Overall Electric Power Generation
    • Table 90: Electricity Generation in China by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Future Nuclear Power Development
      • Advanced Nuclear Energy Technologies Development
    • Rising Competition in Domestic Market Affects New Nuclear Construction
      • Chinese Nuclear Power Market Dominated by Three Companies
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 91: Chinese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 92: Chinese Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.5.2 INDIA
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Focus on Increasing Nuclear Power Generation Capacity Drives Strong Market Growth
    • Bright Future for Nuclear Power in India
      • Generation IV Reactors
      • Generation V+ Reactors
      • Fusion Reactors
    • Rapidly Growing Renewables: A Major Growth Dampener
    • Competitive Landscape
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 93: Indian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 94: Indian Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.5.3 PAKISTAN
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Table 95: Pakistan Electricity Production by Energy Source (2017): Breakdown of Electricity Production in TWh for Gas, Hydroelectric, Nuclear, Oil, Wind, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 96: Pakistan Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 97: Pakistan Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.5.4 SOUTH KOREA
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Strong Government Support Sustains Market Growth
    • Table 98: Electricity Generation in South Korea by Source (2017): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Generation Capacity (GWe) and Electricity Production (TWh) for Hydro, Nuclear, Thermal, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • South Korea's Nuclear Development Strategy
      • Research & Development
      • Newer Technologies Development
    • Regulatory Environment
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 99: South Korean Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 100: South Korean Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.5.5 TAIWAN
  • A. Market Analysis
    • Taiwan: A Niche Regional Market
  • B. Market Analytics
    • Table 101: Taiwanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 102: Taiwanese Historic Review for Nuclear Power Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • 10.6 REST OF WORLD
  • Market Analysis
    • Table 103: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power by Country - Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 104: Rest of World Historic Review for Nuclear Power by Country - Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation Figures in TeraWatt-hours (TWh) for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 105: Rest of World 14-Year Perspective for Nuclear Power by Country - Percentage Breakdown of Annual Power Generation for Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and South Africa Markets for Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

11. COMPANY PROFILES

  • Total Companies Profiled: 84 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 94) The United States (24) Canada (3) Japan (12) Europe (36) - France (2) - Germany (7) - The United Kingdom (4) - Spain (2) - Rest of Europe (21) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (16) Latin America (2) Africa (1)
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