Global Nuclear Energy Outlook

China is the Key Driver of the Nuclear Market; However, South Asia and the Middle East Hold Significant Potential


The nuclear industry has weathered the fallout of the Fukushima accident, with Japan expected to re-start reactors in 2015. Other countries will continue to pursue their investment plans. High capital costs, lingering safety concerns, and the trend toward de-centralized energy have limited nuclear power's potential in Europe and North America. China, South Korea, South Asia, and the Middle East hold vast potential for project activity. This study provides forecasts in terms of regional nuclear investment trends, including an in-depth profile of 20 countries. Major drivers and restraints and technology and fuel trends that can have a long-term impact on the market are also discussed.
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Table of Contents

Global Nuclear Energy OutlookExecutive Summary Key Findings Key Findings (continued)CEO’s Perspective Summary of Country AttractivenessSummary of Country Attractiveness (continued) Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued) Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued)Market OverviewScope and Coverage Nuclear Energy in Power Generation Nuclear Energy in Power Generation (continued)Nuclear Energy in Power Generation (continued)Nuclear Power PlantsDrivers and RestraintsMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Nuclear Investment Trends Nuclear Generation Capacity Forecasts Capacity under Construction Regional Investment Trends Regional Investment Trends (continued) Regional Investment Trends (continued) Regional Investment Trends (continued) Regional Investment Trends (continued)The Geopolitics of Nuclear Energy Geopolitics of Nuclear Energy Geopolitics of Nuclear Energy (continued)Geopolitics of Nuclear Energy (continued)Fuel Consumption and Price Trends Uranium Production versus Demand Uranium Price ForecastsFuture Technology and Fuels Future Technology and Fuels Molten Salt ReactorsThorium – The Fuel of the Future? Thorium versus UraniumNuclear Fusion Small Nuclear ReactorsCompetitive Landscape Competitive Landscape Criticality of Equipment and Key Participants New Market EntrantsNuclear Country Profiles Summary of Country AttractivenessSummary of Country Attractiveness (continued) Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued) Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued) Country Profile: BrazilCountry Profile: CanadaCountry Profile: China Country Profile: Finland Country Profile: France Country Profile: GermanyCountry Profile: India Country Profile: Italy Country Profile: Japan Country Profile: Pakistan Country Profile: PolandCountry Profile: Romania Country Profile: Russia Country Profile: Saudi Arabia Country Profile: South Korea Country Profile: Turkey Country Profile: UAE Country Profile: The United KingdomCountry Profile: The United StatesCountry Profile: VietnamThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendix: Global Power Investment Trends Historical Power Sector Investment Future Power Sector Investment Future Power Sector Investment (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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