More Countries to Pursue Nuclear Power Despite Fukushima Disaster

Date: February 29, 2012
Pages: 7
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More Countries to Pursue Nuclear Power Despite Fukushima Disaster
More Countries to Pursue Nuclear Power Despite Fukushima Disaster

Summary

Nuclear power is increasingly being accepted by many countries as an abundant and potential source of electricity in the future. Many countries which have remained non-nuclear until today have begun developing or are planning to develop nuclear power plants. Although the Fukushima disaster acted as a setback to the nuclear industry, the need to pursue nuclear energy for many countries remains inevitable. Increasing power demand, rising environmental concerns and depleting fossil fuel reserves are the main reasons behind the acceptance of nuclear power the world over.

Scope
  • The report focuses on emerging nuclear countries in Asia Pacific, Europe and Middle East & Africa
  • Key developments in nuclear power in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Estonia, Poland, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Algeria, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Ghana, Sudan, Morocco
  • Importance of nuclear energy with respect to greenhouse gas emissions, rising power demand and soaring fossil fuel prices.

Reasons to buy
  • Understand the key developments in emerging nuclear countries in Asia Pacific, Europe and Middle East & Africa
  • Gain insights on Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Estonia, Poland, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Algeria, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Ghana, Sudan, Morocco Nuclear power expansion
  • Facilitate decision-making based on upcoming government and market developments in nuclear power market in Asia Pacific, Europe and Middle East & Africa

Keywords

Nuclear Power, Emerging Nuclear Countries, Fukushima, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Estonia, Poland, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Algeria, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Ghana, Sudan, Morocco
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables

2 SUMMARY

3 MORE COUNTRIES TO PURSUE NUCLEAR POWER DESPITE SAFETY CONCERNS

3.1 Environmental Concerns to Drive Growth of Nuclear Power in More Countries
3.2 Nuclear Power to Ensure Energy Stability in More countries
3.3 Key Developments in Emerging Nuclear Countries
  3.3.1 More Countries in Asia Pacific to Seek Nuclear Power to Meet Rising Power Demand
  3.3.2 Need to Reduce Carbon Emissions to Foster Growth of Nuclear Power in More European Countries
  3.3.3 More Middle East and African Countries to Develop Nuclear Power to Reduce Dependence on Fossil Fuel

4 APPENDIX

4.1 Abbreviations
4.2 Methodology
  4.2.1 Coverage
  4.2.2 Secondary Research
  4.2.3 Primary Research
  4.2.4 Modeling and Forecasting
4.3 Contact Us
4.4 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Emerging Nuclear Countries as of February 2012
Table 2: Emerging Nuclear Countries in Asia Pacific, Power Generation (GWh), 2011, 2020
Table 3: Emerging Nuclear Countries in Europe, Power Generation (GWh), 2011, 2020
Table 4: Emerging Nuclear Countries in Middle East and Africa, Power Generation (GWh), 2011, 2020
Table 5: Abbreviations

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