Analyzing Nuclear Power in Armenia

Date: November 1, 2015
Pages: 200
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Publisher: Aruvian's R'search
Report type: Strategic Report
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Analyzing Nuclear Power in Armenia
Even though Armenia has only one operating nuclear reactor, this unit supplied nearly 30% of the total electricity produced in recent years. Electricity consumption per capita in Armenia is about 2400 kWh/yr. Natural gas, which is imported from Russia, is the country’s main source of primary energy.

In 2003, Armenia turned over financial control of Metsamor to Russia's state-owned power monopoly, Unified Energy Systems, in accordance with a swap agreement that settled the plant's $40 million debt to Russian nuclear fuel suppliers.

The report - Analyzing Nuclear Power in Armenia - by Aruvian Research, explores the importance of nuclear power in today’s world, with Section One being dedicated to Understanding the Basics of Nuclear Power as well as an analysis of the global nuclear power industry.

The report looks at the basics of the nuclear industry that is, how a plant works, analyzing and understanding the fuel cycle, the various components which are involved in the working of a nuclear power plant, and much more. Economics, issues and barriers, and other such factors are also explored in-depth in this report. Market statistics of the global nuclear power industry is also included ranging from the year 2010 to 2019 (forecast).

This offering includes a complete analysis of the Armenian Nuclear Power Industry, including an industry profile, industry developments, Uranium fuel cycle developments, along with other relevant industry information. This research offering is a comprehensive A to Z guide on the Armenian nuclear power industry.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SECTION 1: UNDERSTANDING NUCLEAR POWER

B. BASICS OF THE NUCLEAR INDUSTRY

B.1 History of Nuclear Power
B.2 Types of Nuclear Reactors
  B.2.1 Fission Reactor
  B.2.2 Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator
B.3 New & Upcoming Nuclear Technologies
B.4 Components & Parts of a Nuclear Power Plant
B.5 Analyzing the Fuel Cycle
B.6 Managing the Radioactive Waste

C. PROFILING THE GLOBAL NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY

C.1 Industry Overview
C.2 Uranium Market
C.3 Market Features
C.4 Price Trends
C.5 Managing the Risk in Nuclear Power
C.6 Industry Trends
C.7 Economic Trends
C.8 Nuclear Hedging
C.9 Future Outlook

D. GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE & NUCLEAR POWER

E. CHALLENGES & BARRIERS TO NUCLEAR POWER

E.1 Air Pollution
E.2 Financial Challenges
E.3 Nuclear Safety
E.4 Nuclear Proliferation
E.5 Leadership Challenges
E.6 Regulatory Barriers
E.7 Water Pollution
E.8 Other Challenges

SECTION 2: NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY IN ARMENIA

A. ENERGY LANDSCAPE OF ARMENIA

B. ENERGY POLICY OF ARMENIA

C. NUCLEAR POWER IN ARMENIA

C.1 Overview
C.2 Industry Synopsis
C.3 New Energy Strategy Focusing on Nuclear Power
C.4 Looking at the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
C.5 Organization of the Sector
C.6 Regulatory Framework
C.7 Nuclear Non-Proliferation
C.8 International Co-operative Projects and Initiatives

D. RUSSIA-ARMENIA NUCLEAR COOPERATION

E. LOOKING AT THE METSAMOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

F. FUTURE PERSPECTIVE FOR ARMENIA’S NUCLEAR POWER INDUSTRY

SECTION 3: CONCLUSION

A. APPENDIX

A.1 Case Studies of Nuclear Accidents
  A.1.1 The Chernobyl Accident
  A.1.2 Three Mile Island
  A.1.3 Tokaimura Accident
A.2 Nuclear Trade & Industry Organizations
A.3 Regulation & Regulators for the Nuclear Industry
A.4 Worldwide Nuclear Research Centers
A.5 Major Nuclear Power Plants around the World
A.6 Non Proliferation & Safeguards Organizations
A.7 Figures & Tables

B. GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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