World Nuclear PLEX Market Future Discussed in New GlobalData Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
29 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The rising global demand for power and high costs associated with new build nuclear are some of the main contributing factors for the increasing importance of plant life extension (PLEX). During 2012 to 2020, electricity consumption is expected to grow at 4% CAGR, increasing from 20.1m GWh to 27.5m GWh.
To date, North America is the largest market for PLEX, valued at USD 42.7 billion, compared to European nuclear heavyweight France’s market valued at USD 10bn. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in the US has approved license renewals for nearly 71 reactors, with 15 currently under review and a further 17 more license applications expected up until 2020.
New market research report “Plant Life Extension (PLEX) and Plant Life Management (PLIM) for Nuclear Reactors - Global Landscape Analysis to 2020” developed by GlobalData provides comprehensive data, information and analysis on the global plant life extension of commercial nuclear power generation facilities. Its scope comprises:
- analysis of the PLEX market in the key regions – Europe, the Asia-Pacific, North America and Central and South America;
- PLEX market sizes from 2012 to 2020;
- granular analysis of reactor age by type, region and net capacity;
- qualitative information on market drivers, restraints on the PLEX market and the PLEX process;
- overview of PLIM and its approaches;
- key updates on plant life extension developments in all regions;
- key updates on top players – GE Hitachi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Hitachi, Ltd, Alstom SA, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.
Plant Life Extension (PLEX) and Plant Life Management (PLIM) for Nuclear Reactors - Global Landscape Analysis to 2020
Published: April, 2012
Price: US$ 5.000,00
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at GlobalData page.