Global Nuclear Power Industry Has Great Prospects, Says Aruvian’s R’search in New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
29 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Over the recent years, the world’s nuclear power industry has witnessed deterioration given the recent spate of nuclear accidents. But nevertheless, the global nuclear power industry is anticipated to expand at a strong growth rate up till 2022.
Despite the safety concerns, there is no doubt that nuclear power has great prospects. Whilst numerous countries have put in motion plans aimed to phase out nuclear power, there are many countries, where the nuclear power industry growth is actively boosted.
Nowadays, there are more than 400 civil nuclear power reactors in operation across the globe. The US holds the lion’s share (around one third) of the global nuclear electricity.
New research study “Global Nuclear Power Industry 2016” by Aruvian’s R’search delves deep into the current landscape in the world’s nuclear power market, examines the major growth limiters and drivers, points out major market growth challenges and opportunities, discusses the hottest industry issues and important industry aspects. It contains data on competitive pressures and top market players, discloses reliable updated statistics, offers historical insights as well as outlines future growth prospects. The research study includes a Porter’s Five Forces analysis, uncovers important estimates (like capacity, operation and capital costs, system and internal costs, etc.), touches upon investment incentives for nuclear power, reviews the main regulative initiatives as well as presents a detailed future outlook for the nuclear power industry through 2020.
The report contains in-depth overviews of the following country-wide markets: Italy, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, China, Romania, France, India, Germany, Iran, Japan, Taiwan, Lithuania, Mexico, North Korea, Mexico, Pakistan, Russia, South Korea, Ukraine, the UK and the US.
A full list of research reports worked out by the publisher is provided in the Aruvian’s R’search catalogue.