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New Build Nuclear Power Market

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Growing Demand for Power Enhances the Growth of the New Build Nuclear Power Market

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									New Build Nuclear Power Market - Opportunity Assessment, Technology Analysis and
Regional Breakdown

Growing Demand for Power Enhances the Growth of the New Build Nuclear Power
Market

The increase in demand for power globally is one of the chief contributing factors behind
the growing importance of the construction of new nuclear reactors. As per the Energy
Information Administration, the global electric consumption will increase from 19,045
billion kiloWatt hours (BkWh) in 2010 and will further reach 30,116 BkWh by 2030
growing at an Annual Average Growth Rate (AAGR) of 1.5% over the period. This will
encourage countries to construct new nuclear reactors in order to meet the growing
electricity consumption demand. More than 20 new nuclear power reactors are expected
to come online during the forecast period 2010-2030 in emerging nuclear power
economies such as Bangladesh, Turkey, the UAE (United Arab Emirates), Nigeria,
Vietnam and others. This will enhance the growth of the new build nuclear power market
in the next 20 years.

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The Asia-Pacific and Europe regions are expected to show the highest revenue generation
in the new build nuclear power market during the forecast period 2010-2030. During the
forecast period 2010-2030, the estimated cumulative revenue in the Asia-Pacific region is
expected to reach $156.7 billion, followed by Europe with $121.1 billion and the Middle
East and Africa region with $61.7 billion. Nuclear power expansion plans in these
regions will sustain the growth of the new build nuclear market.

The Middle East and Africa region has the highest number of countries that are currently
planning to develop nuclear power programs during the period 2010-2030 despite its vast
oil and gas reserves. The region has more than 10 countries that have definite plans and
timelines for nuclear power development compared to eight in the Asia-Pacific region
and five in the European region. Additionally, more than 12 countries in this region are
interested in making their mark on the list of emerging nuclear power countries during
the forecast period 2010-2030. This clearly indicates the huge investment potential for
various players in the new build nuclear industry in this region.

“New Build Nuclear Power Market - Opportunity Assessment, Technology Analysis and
Regional Breakdown” is the latest research from GlobalData. The report analyses the
cumulative revenues for the construction of new nuclear power generation facilities
across the globe. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the new build nuclear
market split by region for the under construction reactors in the existing nuclear power
countries. It also provides analysis on the planned construction of upcoming nuclear
reactors in the emerging nuclear power countries at regional and country level. The report
also provides an analysis of the key challenges and market entry barriers. The report
analyzes the key strategic consolidations and investment trends in the new build nuclear
industry. It also includes key player analysis and recent industry developments including
the key contracts awarded for the construction of new nuclear reactors globally.

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