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SynopsisJapan July 18, 2011 India
The NSG waiver in 2008 ended India's nuclear apartheid. The scope for fuel mining, technology transfers and foreign investments increased considerably. This also has opened up the private investment market. Today, 45 member countries of the NSG are competing with each other to get a chunk of the lucrative Indian nuclear energy market. The subsequent Indo-US nuclear deal is expected to result in an increase in secondary support services such as transportation and nuclear fuel storage.
With the prospect of conventional energy sources diminishing drastically in the next two decades, nuclear energy is gaining more ground as a viable energy source. India is the Sixth largest producer of nuclear energy in the world with installed capacity of 4,780 MW of electric power. With six new nuclear reactors to come up in next five years, the total capacity will increase to 9,580 MW.
At present, India obtains 2.6 percent of its total energy requirements from nuclear energy. The government is planning to increase this share to 10 percent by 2020 and 25 percent by 2050. This translates into a substantial rise in installed nuclear power generation capacity from the current level to 20,000 MW by 2020. To meet these targets, the government has announced investments of USD 77 billion in new nuclear power plants between 2010 and 2020.
Our report outlines the global and Indian perspectives of nuclear energy and its future growth potential, along with the impact of the 2008 Indo-US nuclear deal. We examine both India's indigenous nuclear power program and its advancement in research and development. We also profile the currently operational and planned nuclear power plants. Furthermore, the role of Indian government in atomic energy, its organizational structure and regulatory aspects have also been discussed. The report also highlights the non-power applications of nuclear energy in the fields of nuclear medicine, diagnostics and food &agriculture, among others.
This report will facilitate the decision making capability of industry researchers, analysts, financial institutions offering credit services to the sector, banks, suppliers of equipment & technologies and service providers for business development. It will also provide support to foreign companies that are considering entering into joint ventures with Indian companies to develop this sector.
SCOPE OF THE REPORTIndia
• Current Status of Nuclear Power Plants and Proposed Projects
• Outlook of the Industry
KEY FEATURES DISCUSSED
• Non-Power Application of Nuclear Energy in Diverse Sectors
• Energy Market Analysis and Forecast
• Key Investments in the Nuclear Energy Sector
• Future Investment needs around the World in next 4 decades
• Status of Operational and Under Construction Nuclear Reactors
• Uranium Mines and Supplies in India
• Proposed Nuclear Energy Parks in India
• Issues and Challenges and Regulatory Framework
• Profiles of Key Players
WHY ONE SHOULD BUY
• Research and Development Initiatives in the Industry
• Opportunities in Various Segment of the Industry
BENEFICIARIES OF THE REPORT
• Educational Institutes and Nuclear Research Centers
• Healthcare Service Providers
• Business Research, KPO & Consulting companies
• Nuclear Equipment Manufacturers/Suppliers
• Government and Policy Makers
• Commercial and Investment Banks
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary 2. Overview: Nuclear Market 2.1 Global2.2 Indian 2.2.1 Nuclear Energy Parks 2.2.2 Uranium Resources in India 2.2.3 India's Uranium Mines and Mills - Existing and Announced 2.2.4 Uranium Mines in India 3. Nuclear Science Application Overview 3.1 Power 3.2 Healthcare i. Nuclear Medicine ii. Radioimmunoassay (RIA) iii. Diagnostics iv. Oncology v. Cardiology vi. Neurology vii. Organ Functioning viii. Bone Scanning ix. Therapeutic Uses 3.3 Agriculture 4. Industry Structure4.1 Value Chain of Nuclear Energy4.2 Organizational Structure 5. Market Segmentation 6. R&D and Availability of Technology 7. Policy Framework and Regulations 7.1 The Atomic Energy Act, 1962 7.2 The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) 7.3 International Co-operation 7.4 Investment Thresholds 8. SWOT Analysis 9. Opportunities 10. Issues & Challenges 11. Key Players 12. Outlook
List of Charts
Chart 1: Historical Global Energy DemandChart 2: Forecast of Global Energy Demand (2011-2015)Chart 3: Historical Global Nuclear Energy DemandChart 4: Forecast of Global Nuclear Energy Demand (2011-2015)Chart 5: Worldwide Nuclear Reactors in Operation -2010Chart 6: Worldwide Reactors under Construction - 2010 Chart 7: Top Five Countries with Major Share of Nuclear Energy in Power Generation - 2010Chart 8: Energy Market Segment in India-2010Chart 9: Energy Generation in India - 2010Chart 10: Financials of NPCIL (FY2008-FY2011)
List of Figures
Figure 1: Proposed Nuclear Energy Parks in IndiaFigure 2: Existing Uranium Mines in IndiaFigure 3: Value Chain of Nuclear EnergyFigure 4: Industry Structure of Nuclear Energy in IndiaFigure 5: SWOT Analysis of Nuclear Energy Industry in India
List of Tables
Table 1: Country-Wise Investment Needs to Build Nuclear Power Plants from 2010 to 2050Table 2: Nuclear Plants under Operation in India - 2010Table 3: Nuclear Plants under Construction in IndiaTable 4: Proposed Nuclear Power Plant Projects at New SitesTable 5: India's Existing and Announced Uranium Mines and Mills
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