Environment Articles - India's strength and investments in Nuclear Energy Markets

by SUNIL NAIR - Date: 2010-08-16 - Word Count: 492 Share This!

Indian Nuclear Energy Markets

Indian Nuclear Energy Market: An investment opportunity of US$55 billion by 2020, growing at an average annual growth of about 9%.

The Indo-US Nuclear Deal will promote economic growth by opening new trade and investment in civilian nuclear industry. It will increase the participation of foreign countries in the nuclear program of India. Increased usage of thorium with the help of robust technology will undoubtedly boost nuclear power growth in India. Nuclear energy market in India is pegged at US$24 billion in 2010 and it has grown at a CAGR of about 6% in last 3 years. As on 28th Feb. 2010, the India's installed capacity of nuclear power was 4,340 MW and investments in Indian Nuclear Energy market is poised for US$55 billion by 2020 (compared to US$24 billion in 2010), growing at an average annual growth of about 9%. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=146078&rt=Indian-Nuclear-Energy-Markets.html )

The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) envisions a total installed capacity of 20GW nuclear power by the year 2020 and 63GW by 2030. The US Nuclear deal in 2008 ended India's nuclear isolation of more than three decades. The firms in the US, Russia, France, Canada and the UK are eyeing for a respectable share in the Indian nuclear energy market, which aims to double the share of nuclear power on its grid to more than 8 % over two decades.

The report also profiles the nuclear power plants - currently operational and new plants planned- covering areas like technology deployed and involvement of foreign companies. The economics of nuclear power generation in comparison to thermal power is also discussed briefly. Besides, role of Indian government in atomic energy, its organization structure and regulatory aspects are also covered in the report. The report also highlights the importance of FBRs and thorium-based research, which is on the main agenda for the third phase of India's nuclear power programme.

THIS REPORT - Analyses the share of Nuclear Energy in electricity generation - Discusses current Nuclear Energy Scenario & Future Potential - Analyses the Impact of Indo-US Nuclear deal - Reviews India's Strength in Nuclear Power - Profiles Nuclear Power Plants - operational and under plan - Reviews economics of nuclear power generation vis-à-vis thermal power - Discusses the role of Indian Govt. in atomic Energy - Regulatory Aspects - Explains Importance of First Breeder Reactor and thorium-based research - Impact of NSG waiver and business opportunities for Pvt Companies - Presents Future Outlook - the investments and future plant locations

REASONS TO BUY - Impact Analysis of Indo- US deal on economic growth - To understand the new trade and investment in civilian nuclear industry - To understand the participation of foreign countries in Indian Nuclear program - To understand the major issues and challenges

For more information kindly visit : http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=146078&rt=Indian-Nuclear-Energy-Markets.html

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