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September 8, 2009

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Nuclear Power

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Nuclear Power in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2006 through 2015. A six-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets. The report profiles 101 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as China National Nuclear Corp., Dominion Resources, Inc., E.ON AG, EDF Group, EDF Energy Plc., British Energy, ENBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg AG, ENDESA SA, Energoatom, Entergy Corporation, Eskom Holdings Limited, Exelon Generation, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd., Nordostschweizerische Kraftwerke AG, Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, Ontario Power Generation, RWE Power AG, Southern Company, Tennessee Valley Authority, The Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc., The Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc., and Vattenfall Europe AG, Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Nuclear Power Industry: A Rudimentary Overview II-1

Table 1: World Energy Mix (2008): Percentage Break-Up of Energy Produced by Source (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-1

Will Nuclear Power Expand Its Footprint in the Energy Industry? II-2

“Reality at Close Quarters” II-2

Unraveling the Nuclear Illusion II-2

Nuclear Power Still Uneconomical II-2

Table 2: Cost of Energy Generated in the US (2008): Breakdown of Fixed, and Variable Cost by Energy Source – Coal, Natural Gas, Nuclear, and Wind (In Cents/kWh) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-3

Fears Over the Economic Viability of New Nuclear Plants Rises II-3

Cost of Uranium & Nuclear Waste Disposal II-4

Price of Uranium On the Rise II-4

Nuclear Fuel Disposal: A Prohibitively Costly Affair II-5

Is Nuclear Power An Effective Antidote to Global Warming? II-5

Long-Term Benefits Contended II-5

Rationale Underlying the Present Emphasis on Nuclear Power II-6

Conclusions II-6

Economic & Political Feasibility of Phasing Out Nuclear

Power: A Straight Talk II-7

Impact of the Recession on the Nuclear Power Industry II-7

Current Scenario: A Review II-8

Amidst Controversies Nuclear Power Makes a Comeback to the Fore II-8

Nuclear Energy: A Growing Need for Both Developed and Emerging Economies II-8

Global Nuclear Power Generation Dips In 2007 II-9

Global Nuclear Power Generation to Cross 3750 billion kWh by 2030 II-9

US Remains a Major Contributor in the Industry II-9

Despite Growth in Generation, Nuclear Power Share in Global Electricity Declines II-10

Growth Drivers in a CapsuleII-10

Rapid Growth in Electricity Demand II-10

High Crude Oil Prices Stimulates Growth of Nuclear Power II-11

Government Support Encourages Adoption of Nuclear Power II-11

Experience Gain and Rise in Average Load Factor of Nuclear Reactors II-11

Plant Life Extensions Breathe Life into the Industry II-11

Expansion in Asia and Issues Over Energy Supply Security Drive Nuclear Power II-12

Financial Incentives Motivate Nations to Increase Nuclear Power Production II-12

Challenges in Store: A Quick Recapitulation II-12

High Safety Risk Associated with Nuclear Power II-12

Mishaps Remain Cause of Concern For Nuclear Power Industry II-13

High Investment II-13

Economic Risks of Nuclear Power II-13

Environmental Issues with Storage and Management of Spent Fuel II-13

Non-Proliferation Issues II-14

Supply of Technical Man-Power II-14

Present Nuclear Power Capacity & Proposed Additions II-14

World Nuclear Power Capacity – 2008 II-14

Table 3: World Nuclear Power Capacity (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors by Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-15

Operating Nuclear Power Reactors – By Type II-16

Table 4: World Nuclear Power Capacity (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors by Reactor Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-16

Nuclear Power Reactors Under Construction – 2008 II-16

Table 5: World Nuclear Power Capacity (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Under Construction Nuclear Power Reactors by Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-17

Table 6: World Nuclear Power Capacity (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Under Construction Nuclear Power Reactors by Reactor Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-18

Planned Nuclear Power Reactors II-19

Table 7: World Nuclear Power Capacity (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Planned Nuclear Power Reactors by Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-19

Proposed Nuclear Power Reactors II-20

Table 8: World Nuclear Power Capacity (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Proposed Nuclear Power Reactors by Region/Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-20

Outlook II-21

Regulations: An Overview II-21

Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP) II-21

Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty II-22

2. NUCLEAR POWER: TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW II-24

Definition II-24

History/Background II-24

Evolution II-25

Cost of Nuclear Power II-25

Applications & Benefits of Nuclear Power II-26

Major Benefits II-26

Reliability II-26

Eliminates Dependence on Changing Weather Conditions II-26

Long Term Cost Benefits II-26

Environmentally Clean II-27

Control of Greenhouse Gas by Nuclear Energy II-27

Suitable for Enormous Energy Requirements of Developed Nations II-27

Low Waste Production II-27

Sophisticated Operations II-27

Nuclear Power Generation: A Technical Overview II-27

Importance of Fission Reaction II-28

Nuclear Power Reactors II-28

Types of Nuclear Power Reactors II-29

Primitive Reactors II-29

Evolution of Advanced Reactors II-29

Table 9: General View of Different Nuclear Reactor Types II-29

Generation I&II Reactors II-30

Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) II-30

Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) II-30

Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR or CANDU) II-31

Advanced Gas-cooled Reactor (AGR) II-31

Light Water Graphite-Moderated Reactor (RBMK) II-31

Fast Neutron Reactors II-32

Graphite Moderated Boiling Water Reactors II-32

Generation III II-32

Pebble Bed Modular Reactors (PBMR) II-32

European Pressurized Water Reactor (EPR) II-33

Preface of Generation IV Reactor Concepts II-33

Fast Reactor Designs II-33

Thermal Reactor Designs II-33

Components of Nuclear Reactors II-34

Pressure Vessel or Pressure Tubes II-34

Fuel Assemblies II-34

Moderator II-34

Containment II-34

Control Rods II-35

Coolant II-35

Steam Turbines II-35

Design Principles II-35

Design Classification II-36

Operating Principles II-36

Steam Generator II-37

Power Generation Procedure in Nuclear Power Stations II-37

Control – Criticality, Sub criticality, Criticality and

Super criticality II-38

Nuclear Fusion Reactors: The Next Frontier of Nuclear Power Technology II-38

Current Status II-39

Process II-39

Advantages and Challenges II-39

3. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-40

TEPCO Receives Approval to Restart Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Plant

Unit 7 II-40

Bruce Power Buys Energy Alberta II-40

French EDF Announces British Energy Takeover II-40

Vattenfall and EBRD Buy Stake in ENEA, Energy Company in Poland II-40

EdF Increases Stake in Constellation Energy II-41

Electricite de France Forms Joint Venture with China Guangdong II-41

Entergy Partners with Taiwan Power for Long-Term Nuclear

Operations II-41

E.ON, Siemens, and Areva to Jointly Establish a New Plant II-42

Lithuanian Partnership for Nuclear Plant II-42

CNNC Inks Supply Contract with Dongfang ElectricII-42

CEZ Bags Tender in Romania II-43

RWE to be a Strategic Investor for Bulgarian Nuclear Power

Project II-43

EDF Inks Agreement with CGNPC for Joint Venture II-43

E.ON Enters into an Agreement with AREVA for Global Cooperation II-44

AREVA Inks Deal with Kansai for Supply of MOX Fuel II-44

Russian Firms Gain Access to the US Market with Landmark Agreement II-44

South Korean and Turkish Firms in Nuclear Power Agreement II-45

Gazprom and Rosatom Plan Expansion of Nuclear Power Plant in Kola II-45

Russia to Construct Baltic Nuclear Power Plant II-45

Progress Energy Florida Applies for Two New Nuclear Plants in Florida II-46

Eskom to Build More Nuclear Power Plants II-46

Eskom to Complete Initial Bids Evaluation for a New Nuclear Plant II-46

Brazil to Construct Third Nuclear Power Plant II-47

AP Genco to Establish Nuclear Power Plant II-47

BHEL to Start Nuclear Plants in Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh II-47

GMR to Set Up Nuclear Power Plant in India II-48

Swiss Announces Construction of a New Nuclear Power Station II-48

Eskom Shuts Down Unit at Koeberg Nuclear Facility II-48

Bruce Shuts Down Unit 3 Reactor at Bruce-A Station for Repair II-48

Dominion Resources Closes Millstone Power Unit 2 in Connecticut II-48

Taiwan Power to Replace Old Nuclear Power Units II-49

Electrabel to Divest Nuclear Power Capacity to SPE II-49

Entergy and Consumers Energy Completes Acquisition of Nuclear Plant II-49

AECL Inks MOU for Co-operation on CANDU Nuclear Power Plants II-50

Exelon Announces Supply Agreement with GEH II-50

Dominion Signs Agreement with GE Energy for Nuclear Equipment II-51

Exelon Nuclear Opts for In-House Security over Contract Security II-51

Rosatom and Enel Collaborate for Development of Nuclear Energy II-51

British Energy Inks an Agreement to Market NDA Power Stations’ Output II-51

NPCIL Inaugurates Two Units of Tarapur Nuclear Power Project II-52

NTPC Plans to Establish 6,000 MW Nuclear Power Generation Capacity II-52

DAE Plans to Build PHWRs to Accelerate Nuclear Power Output II-52

FPL, Ameren and Entergy to Build Nuclear Power Stations II-53

EdF Gets Approval from French Government to Build EPR Nuclear Plant II-53

Entergy Gains Permit for Possible New Plant in Mississippi II-53

Exelon Announces Site Selection for New Nuclear Facility II-54

NTPC to Generate 2000 MW of Nuclear Power By 2017 II-54

Dominion to Enhance Nuclear Plant Capacity II-54

Tata Power Company to Venture into Nuclear Power Sector II-55

Russia Establishes Nuclear Holding Company AEP II-55

British Energy Shuts Down B-7 Nuclear Reactor II-55

TEPCO’s Nuclear Power Reactors Shut Down in Kashiwazaki Kariwa II-55

Consumers Energy Sells Palisades Nuclear Plant to Entergy II-56

SC to Sell Stake in Proposed Nuclear Plant to Duke Energy II-56

Tennessee Valley Authority Restarts Browns Ferry-1 Reactor II-56

4. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-57

China National Nuclear Corp. (China) II-57

Dominion Resources, Inc (US) II-57

E.ON AG (Germany) II-57

EDF Group (France) II-58

EDF Energy Plc (UK) II-58

British Energy (UK) II-58

ENBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg AG (Germany) II-58

ENDESA SA (Spain) II-59

Energoatom (Russia) II-59

Entergy Corporation (US) II-59

Eskom Holdings Limited (South Africa) II-60

Exelon Generation (US) II-60

Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (Korea) II-60

Nordostschweizerische Kraftwerke AG (Switzerland) II-60

Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (INDIA) II-61

Ontario Power Generation (Canada) II-61

RWE Power AG (Germany) II-61

Southern Company (US) II-61

Tennessee Valley Authority (US) II-62

The Kansai Electric Power Company, Inc (Japan) II-62

The Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc. (Japan) II-62

Vattenfall Europe AG (Germany)II-62

5. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-63

Table 10: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Nuclear Power Generation by Geographic Region – the US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation in Billion

Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-63

Table 11: World 10-Year Perspective for Nuclear Power

Generation by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of

Annual Power Generation for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets for Years 2006, 2009 &

2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-64

Table 12: World Historic Review for Nuclear Power Generation

by Geographic Region – the US, Canada Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed

with Annual Power Generation in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh)

for Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart)II-65

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Outlook III-1

Market Overview III-1

Table 13: US Energy Mix (2007 & 2008): Percentage Breakup

of Energy Generated by Source – Coal, Nuclear, Gas, Hydro

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-1

Capacity Overview III-2

Table 14: Nuclear Power Capacity in the US (2008): Break-Up

of Units and Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors

by Reactor Type – PWR and BWR III-2

Table 15: Nuclear Power Capacity in the US (2008): Break-Up

of Capacity of Top 10 Operating Nuclear Power Reactors

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-2

Table 16: Nuclear Power Capacity in the US (2008): Break-Up

of Units and Capacity of Operating Reactors in Top 10

Nuclear-Powered States (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-3

Regulation & License RenewalIII-3

Decommissioning Nuclear Power Reactors III-4

Key Trends & Issues III-4

A Cautious Revival On CardsIII-4

Nuclear Power Generation Projected to Cross 915 billion kWh

by 2030 III-4

Increased Government Funding Revives Growth III-5

Regulatory Sweeteners for Growth III-5

Energy Policy Act of 2005 & NRC Licensing Reforms III-5

Reforms in NRC Licensing Process III-5

Nuclear Production Tax Credit III-6

Compensation Against Regulatory Delays III-6

Loan Guarantees III-6

Price Anderson Act III-7

Market & Environment Driven Growth Factors III-7

Global Warming and Climatic Changes III-7

Natural Gas Price Volatility: Short & Long Term Implications III-7

Increase in Capacity Factor III-7

Changing Public Opinion III-8

Relatively Lower Operations & Maintenance Cost III-8

Growing Demand for Power III-8

Challenges in Store III-8

Competitive Scenario III-8

Table 17: Market for Nuclear Power in the US (2008):

Percentage Breakup of Nuclear Power Generated by Leading

Players – Exelon Generation, Entergy Corporation, Dominion

Resources Inc., Tennessee Valley Authority, Southern

Company and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-9

Research and Development Scenario III-9

Next Generation (Generation IV) Nuclear Plant III-10

Historical Fact Sheet III-10

Strategic Corporate Developments III-11

Key Players III-16

B.Market Analytics III-18

Table 18: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

Table 19: US Historic Review for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh) for Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-18

2. CANADA III-19

A.Market Analysis III-19

Outlook III-19

Regional Snapshot III-19

Nuclear Power Generation – Background III-19

Government Involvement III-20

Regulation and Safety III-20

Nuclear Power Capacity in Canada III-20

Table 20: Nuclear Power Capacity in Canada (2008): Break-Up of Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors in (Mwe) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21

Refurbishments III-22

Research & Development in Canada III-22

Strategic Corporate Developments III-22

Ontario Power Generation – A Key Player III-23

B.Market Analytics III-24

Table 21: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24

Table 22: Canadian Historic Review for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh) for Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-24

3. JAPAN III-25

A.Market Analysis III-25

Outlook III-25

Regional Snapshot III-25

Table 23: Japanese Energy Mix (2007 & 2008): Percentage

Breakup of Energy Generated by Source – Coal, Nuclear, Gas

and Hydro (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-25

An Overview of Nuclear Program and Policy III-26

Japanese Energy Policy: Heavy Reliance on Nuclear Energy III-26

Nuclear Power Capacity III-27

Table 24: Nuclear Power Capacity in Japan (2008): Break-Up of Capacity by Utilities in (Mwe) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 25: Nuclear Power Capacity in Japan (2008): Break-Up of Units and Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors by Reactor Type – BWR, PWR, Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-28

Strategic Corporate Developments III-28

Key Players III-29

B.Market Analytics III-30

Table 26: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-30

Table 27: Japanese Historic Review for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-30

4. EUROPE III-31

A.Market Analysis III-31

Outlook III-31

Industry Outlook III-31

Nuclear Power Capacity III-31

Strategic Corporate Developments III-31

B.Market Analytics III-33

Table 28: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Nuclear Power by Region/Country – France, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Spain, Sweden and Rest of Europe Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-33

Table 29: European 10-Year Perspective for Nuclear Power Generation by Region/Country – Percentage Share Breakdown of Energy Generated by France, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Spain, Sweden and Rest of Europe for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-34

Table 30: European Historic Review for Nuclear Power by Region/Country – France, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Spain, Sweden and Rest of Europe Independently Analyzed with Annual Power Generation in Billion

Kilowatt-hours (kWh) for Years 2000 through 2005 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35

4a. France III-36

A.Market Analysis III-36

Outlook III-36

Nuclear Power in France – A Snapshot III-36

BackgroundIII-36

Growing Energy Consumption Drives French NP Industry III-37

Energy Policy III-37

Regulations and Safety – An Overview III-38

Nuclear Reactor Capacity III-38

Table 31: Nuclear Power Capacity in France (2008): Break-Up

of Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors in Mwe

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-39

Export Scenario III-39

Research and Development III-40

Strategic Corporate Development III-40

Key PlayerIII-40

B.Market Analytics III-41

Table 32: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion

Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-41

Table 33: French Historic Review for Nuclear Power with

Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh) for

Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-41

4b. GERMANY III-42

A.Market Analysis III-42

Outlook III-42

Regional Snapshot III-42

Energy Mix in Germany III-42

Table 34: Energy Mix in Germany (2008): Percentage Breakup

of Energy Generated by Source – Lignite, Hard Coal, Nuclear

Power, Natural Gas, Wind, Water and Others (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-42

Energy Policy in Germany III-43

German Nuclear Regulations and Safety AgenciesIII-43

Trends III-43

Key Utilities Fight for Extension of Plant Operating Life III-43

Growing Lobby for Nuclear Power Expansion III-44

Current Nuclear Power Capability III-44

Table 35: Nuclear Power Capacity in Germany (2008):

Break-Up of Capacity of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors in

Mwe (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-45

Research & Development III-46

Strategic Corporate Developments III-46

Key Players III-47

B.Market Analytics III-48

Table 36: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion

Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48

Table 37: German Historic Review for Nuclear Power with

Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh) for

Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-49

4c. RUSSIA III-50

A.Market Analysis III-50

Outlook III-50

Regional Snapshot III-50

History of the Russian Nuclear Power Generation III-50

Nuclear Power Capability III-51

Table 38: Nuclear Power Capacity in Russia (2008): Break-Up

of Capacity by Type of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors in

Mwe (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-51

Under Construction, Planned & Proposed Projects III-51

Table 39: Nuclear Power Plants Under Construction in

Russia As of 2008: Break-Up of Capacity, Reactor Type and

Estimated Year of Commencement of Operations by Reactor -

Rostov /Volgodonsk 2, Novovoronezh II -1, Kursk 5 and

Kalinin 4 III-52

Table 40: Planned Nuclear Power Plants in Russia As of

2008: Break-Up of Reactor Type and Capacity in (Mwe)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-52

Regulating Authorities for Nuclear Energy in Russia III-53

Safety at Russian Nuclear Power Plants – An overview III-53

Research & Development III-54

Strategic Corporate Developments III-54

Energoatom – A Key Player III-56

B.Market Analytics III-57

Table 41: Russian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion

Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57

Table 42: Russian Historic Review for Nuclear Power with

Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh) for

Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM III-58

A.Market Analysis III-58

Outlook III-58

Nuclear Power Industry in the UK III-58

Energy Mix – 2008 III-58

Table 43: Energy Mix in the UK (2008): Percentage Breakup

of Energy Generated by Source – Coal, Gas, Nuclear, Imports

and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-58

Future Outlook III-58

Reactor Capacity III-59

Table 44: Nuclear Power Capacity in the UK (2008): Break-Up

of Capacity by Type of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors in

Mwe (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59

Government Participation III-59

Government Energy Policies – An overview III-60

Spent Fuel Management PolicyIII-60

Regulations and Safety Policies III-61

Strategic Corporate Developments III-61

Key Players III-62

B.Market Analytics III-63

Table 45: The UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for

Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion

Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-63

Table 46: The UK Historic Review for Nuclear Power with

Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatthours (kWh) for

Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

4e. UKRAINE III-65

A.Market Analysis III-65

Outlook III-65

Regional Snapshot III-65

Electric Power Status in Ukraine III-65

Table 47: Energy Mix in Ukraine (2008): Percentage Breakup

of Energy Generated by Source -Nuclear, Thermal and Hydro &

Alternative Power (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-65

Remarkable Increase in electricity Demand Augurs Well for

Nuclear Power III-66

Ukraine to Double its Reliance on Nuclear Energy Sources III-66

Industry Evolution III-66

Nuclear Policies and Regulatory Bodies III-66

Spent Nuclear Fuel Management III-67

Nuclear Reactor Capacity III-67

Table 48: Nuclear Power Capacity in Ukraine (2008):

Break-Up of Capacity and Type of Operating Nuclear Power

Reactors (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)III-68

Table 49: Nuclear Power Plants Under Construction in

Ukraine As of 2008: Break-Up of Capacity, Type and Expected

Year of Commencement of Operations of Major Reactors III-69

B.Market Analytics III-69

Table 50: Ukrainian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Nuclear Power with Annual Generation Figures in Billion

Kilowatthours (kWh) for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-69

Table 51: Ukrainian Historic Review for Nuclear Power with

Annual Generation Figures in Billion Kilowatt-hours (kWh)

for Years 2000 through 2005 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-70

4f. SPAIN III-71

A.Market Analysis III-71

Outlook III-71

Regional Snapshot III-71

Energy MixIII-71

Table 52: Energy Mix in Spain (2007&2008): Percentage

Breakup of Energy Generated by Source – Coal, Gas, Nuclear,

Wind and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-71

Nuclear Energy’s Growth Map and Government Policy III-72

Spent Fuel Disposal and Reprocessing Management III-72

Regulations and Safety – An Overview III-73

Nuclear Power Capacity III-73

Table 53: Nuclear Power Capacity in Spain (2008): Break-Up

of Capacity and Type of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-73

Key PlayerIII-74

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