30 July 2013

The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2013 (HTML)

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Table of contents


Foreword
Executive Summary and Conclusions
Introduction
General Overview Worldwide
Potential Newcomer Countries
Construction Times
- Construction Times of Past and Currently Operating Reactors
- Construction Times and Costs of Reactors Currently Under Construction
The Economics of Nuclear Power – An Update
- Introduction
- The Characteristics of Nuclear Economics
- The U.S. Nuclear Power Program
- The U.K. Nuclear Program
- European Union Policy
- The Chinese Program
- Olkiluoto and Flamanville
- Conclusions on Nuclear Economics
Financial Markets and Nuclear Power
Fukushima — A Status Report
- Characteristics of the Fukushima Disaster
- Off-site Challenges: Evacuation, Decontamination
- Current Status of Fukushima Daiichi 1–4
- Wave or Shake?
- On-site Challenges: Water, Waste, Radiation
- Summary and Prospects
Nuclear Power vs. Renewable Energy
- Investment
- Installed Capacity
- Electricity Generation
Annexes
- Annex 1. Overview by Region and Country
- Africa
- The Americas
- Asia
- European Union (EU27) and Switzerland
- Former Soviet Union
- Annex 2: Reactor Construction Times 2003-2013
- Annex 3: Definition of Credit Rating by the Main Agencies
- Annex 4: About the Authors
- Annex 5: Abbreviations
- Annex 6. Status of Nuclear Power in the World (1 July 2013)
- Annex 7. Nuclear Reactors in the World Listed as “Under Construction” (1 July 2013)

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