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  • 2012 China nuclear power generation industry

    China nuclear power generation industry, 2012 is valuable for anyone who wants to invest in the nuclear power generation industry, to get Chinese investments; to import into China or export from China, to build factories and take advantage of lower costs in China, to partner with one of the key Chinese corporations, to get market shares as China is boosting its domestic needs; to forecast the ...


  • Critical Issues in the Nuclear Power Industry to be Discussed at NUCLEAR POWER International 2011

     Now in its fifth year and co-located with POWER-GEN International, the world's largest power generation event, NUCLEAR POWER International 2011 heads to Las Vegas, Nev., December 13-15 to provide the industry with up-to-date ...


    By PennWell Corporation

  • Generation IV Reactors to Assert Re-emergence of Nuclear Power Industry

    Generation IV Reactors to Assert Re-emergence of Nuclear Power Industry Summary  Generation IV nuclear technologies, a set of new reactor designs, are currently being researched and developed by the thirteen members of the Generation IV International Forum (GIF). The goals laid down by the GIF aim at making nuclear energy as the most viable solution for ...


  • Scientists turn nuclear waste into diamonds for power generation

    Researchers in the U.K. say they have found a way to turn radioactive waste into miniature diamond batteries to produce small electric currents that can last thousands of years. A team of physicists and chemists from the University of Bristol unveiled the technology at a lecture in Europe late last month.  The technique involves scraping away carbon-14, a radioactive isotope of carbon, from ...

  • The revival of nuclear power

    The British Parliament is expected to pass an Energy Bill next week that will give the green-light to several new nuclear power plants, adding Britain to a long list of nations that includes U.S. and Canada looking to nuclear power not only to meet soaring energy requirements, but also as a way to reduce GHG emissions. Despite the environmental concerns involved, the international revival of ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Nuclear Power’s Uncertain Future

    Global nuclear generation capacity increased by 4.2 gigawatts (GW), or 1.1 percent, to 373.1 GW and the number of operational reactors also increased by two units to a total of 437 nuclear reactors worldwide last year, according to the new Vital Signs Online trend released by the Worldwatch Institute (www.worldwatch.org). The increases are net figures, taking into account ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Russia Nuclear Power Industry 2025 Forecasts

    ReportsnReports.com offers "Nuclear Power in Russia, Market Outlook to 2025, 2013 Update - Capacity, Generation, Deployment Trends, Investments, Power Plants, Regulations, and Company Profiles" new market research report to its store. "Nuclear Power in Russia, Market Outlook to 2025, 2013 Update - Capacity, Generation, Deployment Trends, Investments, Power Plants, Regulations, and ...

  • Nuclear power after Fukushima

    The future of nuclear power was bleak even before the Fukushima disaster, said energy expert Mycle Schneider Wednesday at a press conference in Berlin, where he previewed an upcoming Worldwatch Institute report on the outlook of nuclear power. “The industry was arguably on life support before Fukushima. When the history of this industry is written, Fukushima is likely to introduce its ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Global Nuclear Power Industry and Demand for Deaerators

    GlobalData’s latest report "Deaerators for Nuclear Power - Global Market Size, Major Players and Key Country Analysis to 2020" provides insight on the development of the global nuclear power industry and market analysis for deaerators used in nuclear power market. The deaerators market analysis include nuclear capacity additions, key drivers and restraints, and market size in terms of ...


  • Global nuclear generation capacity falls

    Due to increasing costs of production, a slowed demand for electricity, and fresh memories of disaster in Japan, production of nuclear power fell in 2011, according to the latest Vital Signs Online (VSO) report from the Worldwatch Institute. Despite reaching record levels the previous year, global installed nuclear capacity—the potential power generation from all existing ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Ukraine Nuclear Power Industry to 2025 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, Companies

    GlobalData’s ‘Nuclear Power in Ukraine, Market Outlook to 2025, 2012 Update – Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Power Plants, Companies’ report deals with the nuclear power market analysis including energy mix, nuclear capacity and generation forecast, drivers, restraints key players, regulations, trends and developments in nuclear power industry. The report discusses in ...

  • Solar power is cheaper than nuclear

    The Holy Grail of the solar industry - reaching grid parity - may no longer be a distant dream. Solar may have already reached that point, at least when compared to nuclear power, according to a new study by two researchers at Duke University. It's no secret that the cost of producing photovoltaic ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Nuclear Power Crane-Weihua Cranes

         April 16 10 am, Weihua Cranes design and ...

  • Nuclear power divides climate policy

    As expected, the future climate and energy policies of the EU dominated the summit in Brussels. The biggest conflict between the member countries concerned the role of nuclear power in European climate cooperation. The chairman of the EU Commission, José ...


  • Wind, Solar Generation Capacity Catching Up with Nuclear Power

    Advocates of nuclear energy have long been predicting its renaissance, yet this mode of producing electricity has been stalled for years. Renewable energy, by contrast, continues to expand rapidly, even if it still has a long way to go to catch up with fossil fuel power plants, writes Worldwatch Institute Senior Researcher ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Preview: Nuclear Power After Fukushima

    The future of nuclear power even before the Fukushima disaster was bleak, said energy expert Mycle Schneider Wednesday at a press conference in Berlin, where he previewed an upcoming Worldwatch report on the outlook of nuclear power. “The industry was arguably on life support before Fukushima. When the history of this industry is written, Fukushima is likely to introduce its final ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Research and Markets: Nuclear Power Market in Belgium - Nuclear Energy Accounts for 54% of the Country`s Domestically-Generated Electricity

    Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6l35lg/nuclear_power_mark) has announced the addition of the "Nuclear Power Market in Belgium" report to their offering. Belgium ...


    By Research and Markets

  • 2025 Forecasts: New-build Reactors in Nuclear Power Deployment Industry

    Order “Global Nuclear Power Deployment – New-build Market, Policy Analysis, International Cooperation, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2025″ report by calling ReportsnReports.com at +1 888 391 5441 OR send an email on sales@reportsandreports.com with Global Nuclear Power Deployment – New-build Market, Policy Analysis, International Cooperation, ...

  • Research and Markets: Power Uprates - Boosting the Nuclear Industry - 2012 Report

    Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vvq868/power_uprates_bo) has announced the addition of GlobalData's new report "Power Uprates - Boosting the Nuclear Industry" to their offering. Power Uprates - Boosting the Nuclear Industry: ...


    By Research and Markets

  • Power in Canada: the next generation

    According to the report, Power in Canada: The Next Generation, released by Canaccord Adams, the Canadian power industry requires an unprecedented 40,000 MW of new generation capacity that could cost up to $150 billion by 2015 to meet new demand and retire old plants. The build will be complicated by changing emission standards, new technologies and, possibly most important, NIMBY issues. We are ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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