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Nuclear Power

In 2011, the year of the Fukushima disaster, the global nuclear energy industry shrank to a value of $153.5 billion. In five years’ time it is expected to reach a volume of 2,570.6 thousand gigawatts, an increase of 5.8%.

Enhance your knowledge of the market with the publications listed under Research and Markets’ Nuclear Power’s category. They cover every conceivable aspect of this industry: infrastructure and methodologies, technological developments, nuclear programs worldwide and government regulations, stress tests and safety assessments, vendors, and much more.

Leading players featured in our publications include Electricité de France (EDF), Enel, E.ON, The Kansai Electric Power Co, Korea Electric Power Corporation, The Tokyo Electric Power Company, RWE, Chubu Electric Power Company, Exelon Corporation, General Electric Company, NextEra Energy, The Southern Company, and more. Show Less
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Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in United Kingdom Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in United Kingdom - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in United Kingdom

Nuclear power does not make up a large percentage of the UK's electricity generation. It only accounts for just 18% of the electricity generated and of the 18 nuclear reactors the country has, all but...

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Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in the US Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in the US - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in the US

Nuclear power generates nearly 20 percent of the electricity in the United States. With the US being the biggest supplier of commercial nuclear power in the world, the demand for nuclear reactor coolant...

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Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Germany Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Germany - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Germany

Nuclear power used to account for nearly 23% of Germany's electricity consumption, before the country decided to permanently shut down eight nuclear plants in March 2011, following the Fukushima disaster...

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Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Russia Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Russia - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Russia

Russian has plans to expand the use of nuclear power in the coming years for electricity generation. The country plans to nearly double its nuclear power output by 2020. Along with plans to expand ...

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Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Canada Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Canada - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing the Market for Nuclear Reactor Coolant Pumps in Canada

Fifteen percent of Canada's electricity is derived from nuclear power. The country has 18 nuclear reactors spread across three provinces and has plans in place to expand its nuclear capacity in the...

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Nuclear Power in 2013: Another Year of Resurgence

Nuclear Power in 2013: Another Year of Resurgence Summary Rapid development in the field of nuclear energy is expected in 2013 as nations eagerly look towards building or restarting nuclear reactors....

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Saudi Arabia Eying Nuclear Power Despite Substantial Oil and Gas Reserves

Saudi Arabia Eying Nuclear Power Despite Substantial Oil and Gas Reserves Summary Saudi Arabia has formulated extensive plans to pursue the development of nuclear power, largely due to rising power...

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Fuel Assemblies for Nuclear Power: - Global Market Size, Average Pricing, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2020

Fuel Assemblies for Nuclear Power: - Global Market Size, Average Pricing, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2020 Summary Our latest report "Fuel Assemblies for Nuclear Power: - Global...

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Deaerators for Nuclear Power - Global Market Size, Major Players and Key Country Analysis to 2020

Deaerators for Nuclear Power - Global Market Size, Major Players and Key Country Analysis to 2020 Summary Our latest report "Deaerators for Nuclear Power - Global Market Size, Major Players and Key...

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Materials Ageing and Degradation in Light Water Reactors. Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy

Light water reactors (LWRs) are the predominant class of nuclear power reactors in operation today; however, ageing and degradation can influence both their performance and lifetime. Knowledge of these...

February 2013
Processing of Nuclear Fuel in China: ISIC 233 Processing of Nuclear Fuel in China: ISIC 233 - Product Thumbnail Image

Processing of Nuclear Fuel in China: ISIC 233

Euromonitor International's Industrial reports provide a 360 degree view of an industry. The Industrial market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Processing of Nuclear...

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Processing of Nuclear Fuel in Germany: ISIC 233

Euromonitor International's Industrial reports provide a 360 degree view of an industry. The Industrial market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the Processing of Nuclear...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in Armenia Analyzing Nuclear Power in Armenia - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing Nuclear Power in Armenia

Even though Armenia has only one operating nuclear reactor, this unit supplied 39.4% of the total electricity produced in 2008 – 2.27 billion kWh net. Of the 5.9 billion kWh gross generation in 2007,...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in China

Following the Fukushima accident in March 2011, the Chinese State Council, announced on March 16 that it would suspend approvals for new nuclear power stations and conduct comprehensive safety checks...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in Finland

Finland's nuclear power program has four nuclear reactors in two power plants. The first of these came into operation in 1977. In 2007 they provided 28.4% of Finland's electricity. They are among the...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in France

Nuclear power is the primary source of electricity in France. France is also the world's largest net exporter of electric power, exporting 18% of its total production (about 100 TWh) to Italy, the...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in the Czech Republic Analyzing Nuclear Power in the Czech Republic - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing Nuclear Power in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic currently operates two nuclear power stations: Temelín and Dukovany. As of 2010 there have been government and corporate moves to expand Czech nuclear generation capacity. Any expansion...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in South Korea Analyzing Nuclear Power in South Korea - Product Thumbnail Image

Analyzing Nuclear Power in South Korea

Total electrical generation capacity of the nuclear generators of South Korea is over 17.5 GWe. This is 28.5% of total South Korean generation capacity, but 45% of total electrical consumption. The...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in Japan

Since 1973, nuclear energy has been a national strategic priority in Japan, as the nation is heavily dependent on imported fuel, with fuel imports accounting for 61% of energy production. In 2008, after...

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Analyzing Nuclear Power in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian government has a history of favoring the usage of nuclear power for electricity. The 2 MWt IRT-2000 research reactor started up in 1961 and in 1966 an agreement was signed with the Soviet...

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