Global Nuclear Power Market, Forecast to 2030

Global Nuclear Power Market, Forecast to 2030

Capacity Additions in Developing Nations Hold the Key to Market Growth

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19-Nov-2018
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Global
Research Code: MD98-01-00-00-00
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Nuclear power will continue to play an important role in the energy mix, despite the rise of renewable energy. By 2030, it will continue to account for 7% of the global electricity generated, and in 15–20 countries, it will be a primary source of electricity. The fastest growth is expected in Asia, as nations there are expected to move towards nuclear power to diversify their power mix—away from coal and towards a more carbon-free form of power. The overall pace of growth will be relatively slow, mainly due to long construction times for nuclear reactors, along with increasing cost of new technologies leading to long delays in existing projects, demonstrated most obviously in the delays in Finland and France. Nuclear power is expected to increase from 387 GW in 2017 to 466 GW in 2030, with the most project additions concentrated in China. The country has 18 reactors under construction, followed by India and Russia with 7 reactors each. The Middle East is forecast to be a key region for the deployment of nuclear reactors with the UAE taking the lead, followed by Turkey, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. Overall installed capacity is expected to decline in Europe and North America, as high capital costs and growth in renewable energy (and gas in parts of North America) deter new investments. Competition among manufacturers is intense, as competition from Russian, Chinese, and South Korean manufacturers, who provide cheaper solutions, enables them to capture projects in the developing world ahead of Western participants.

Research Scope

The study covers the market trends between 2017 and 2030, with the base year being 2017. The geographic coverage is North America, Latin America, Europe, APAC, and the Middle East and Africa. The study assesses the latest technology trends and discusses the various price points and features of reactors, along with country profiles.


Key Issues Addressed

  • What is the state of the market and how strong the market will grow until 2030?
  • What are the key countries for nuclear power and how are they going to transform the nuclear power market?
  • What are the different technologies that are present in the market, and what are the new technologies that are expected?
  • Where are future investments going to be concentrated, and how much will be invested during the forecast period?
  • What is the nature of competition in this market? How is Russian influence expected to change the market?

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

CEO’s Perspective

Summary of Country Attractiveness

Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued)

Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued)

Summary of Country Attractiveness (continued)

Research Scope

Countries Profiled in this Study

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Nuclear Energy in Power Generation

Nuclear Energy in Power Generation (continued)

Nuclear Power Plants

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

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)

Investments by Region

Investment Forecast Trends

Installation and Decommission by Key Regions

Reactor Technology

Reactor Technology (continued)

Small Modular Reactors

Small Modular Reactors (continued)

Small Modular Reactors (continued)

Key Nuclear Power Market Participants

Competitive Landscape

Russian Influence

Country Profile—China

Country Profile—India

Country Profile—South Korea

Country Profile—Russia

Country Profile—UAE

Country Profile—Saudi Arabia

Country Profile—Pakistan

Country Profile—Bangladesh

Country Profile—Romania

Country Profile—Turkey

Country Profile—The UK

Country Profile—Belarus

Country Profile—Hungary

Country Profile—Slovakia

Country Profile—Vietnam

Country Profile—Poland

Country Profile—Sri Lanka

Country Profile—Egypt

Country Profile—Ukraine

Country Profile—Argentina

Country Profile—Indonesia

Country Profile—The US

Country Profile—France

Country Profile—Finland

Country Profile—Jordan

Country Profile—Japan

Country Profile—Germany

Growth Opportunity—Financial Support Business Models

Strategic Imperatives for Nuclear Power

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Nuclear power will continue to play an important role in the energy mix, despite the rise of renewable energy. By 2030, it will continue to account for 7% of the global electricity generated, and in 15–20 countries, it will be a primary source of electricity. The fastest growth is expected in Asia, as nations there are expected to move towards nuclear power to diversify their power mix—away from coal and towards a more carbon-free form of power. The overall pace of growth will be relatively slow, mainly due to long construction times for nuclear reactors, along with increasing cost of new technologies leading to long delays in existing projects, demonstrated most obviously in the delays in Finland and France. Nuclear power is expected to increase from 387 GW in 2017 to 466 GW in 2030, with the most project additions concentrated in China. The country has 18 reactors under construction, followed by India and Russia with 7 reactors each. The Middle East is forecast to be a key region for the deployment of nuclear reactors with the UAE taking the lead, followed by Turkey, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. Overall installed capacity is expected to decline in Europe and North America, as high capital costs and growth in renewable energy (and gas in parts of North America) deter new investments. Competition among manufacturers is intense, as competition from Russian, Chinese, and South Korean manufacturers, who provide cheaper solutions, enables them to capture projects in the developing world ahead of Western participants.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

The study covers the market trends between 2017 and 2030, with the base year being 2017. The geographic coverage is North America, Latin America, Europe, APAC, and the Middle East and Africa. The study assesses the latest technology trends and discusses the various price points and features of reactors, along with country profiles.

Key Issues Addressed

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Predecessor 9AAE-00-08-00-00
Author Manoj Shankar
Industries Energy
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