Small and Medium-Sized Reactors - New Build Market, Policy Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2025

Summary

"Small and Medium-Sized Reactors - New Build Market, Policy Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Key Country Analysis to 2025", is the latest report from GlobalData. The report covers the development of Small and Medium sized Reactors (SMRs) in the global nuclear power industry, including growth trajectory and plans for new build. The report provides comprehensive information on the size of the markets for nuclear new build. Apart from demand, the cost of reactors planned to begin operation across the world are also estimated in the report.

The growing demand for electricity across the globe and the need for the development and use of safe, reliable and economical sources of energy are encouraging a number of countries to build new nuclear reactors. However, countries with distributed demand for power are increasingly looking into the construction of multiple smaller or medium sized reactors, instead of installing one large reactor. There are currently around 117 Small and Medium-sized Reactor (SMR) units currently under operation worldwide, while around 72 SMR units are expected to come online in the near future. More than 45 countries across different regions of the world are considering introducing nuclear power generation as part of their energy mix, and many of these countries are looking to install SMRs to this end. The nuclear power programs of these countries will open up numerous opportunities for various players involved in the SMR new-build nuclear market, creating future market potential.

Scope

- Analysis of the growth of SMRs in the global nuclear industry and the plans for building SMRs in various countries across the globe.
- Analysis of trends in the global nuclear power sector and opportunities in new build SMR market from 2006 to 2012 and forecast for 13 years up to 2025.
- In-depth analysis and forecasts including the size of the nuclear new build SMR market and the growth potential of the market up until 2025.
- Qualitative analysis of market drivers and restraints.
- Qualitative analysis of key regulations impacting the nuclear power industry.
- Analysis of key market players in the industry.

Reasons to buy

- Gain up to date information and analysis relating to potential opportunities in the global SMR new build market
- Identify key regions representing potential growth opportunities for SMR new build
- Gain information regarding the major players involved in the manufacture and supply of SMR technology
- Understand potential market opportunities in various geographies and fine tune your business strategy in target locations
- Identify the various SMR technologies being developed across the globe

Table Of Contents

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 5
1.1 List of Tables 12
1.2 List of Figures 15
2 Introduction 17
2.1 Report Guidance 17
3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Global, 2006-2025 19
3.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Global, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 19
3.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Key Technologies 22
3.2.1 Central Argentina de Elementos Modulares, Argentina 22
3.2.2 Fixed Bed Nuclear Reactor, Brazil 24
3.2.3 Chinese Nuclear Power Unit - 300, China 25
3.2.4 Integrated Modular Water reactor, Japan 26
3.2.5 System Integrated Modular Advanced Reactor, South Korea 27
3.2.6 Vodyanoy Kipyashchy-300, Russia 28
3.2.7 Vodyanoi Blochnyi Energetichesky Reactor - 300, Russia 29
3.2.8 Water-cooled Water moderated Energy Reactor-300, Russia 30
3.2.9 International Reactor Innovative and Secure, International Consortium 32
3.2.10 mPower, US 33
3.2.11 NuScale, US 35
3.2.12 Westinghouse SMR, US 37
3.2.13 Enhanced Canada Deuterium and Uranium 6, Canada 38
3.2.14 Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor - 220, India 39
3.2.15 Advanced Heavy Water Reactor - 300, India 40
3.2.16 High Temperature Reactor - Pebble bed Module, China 42
3.2.17 Gas Turbine - Modular Helium Reactor, US 43
3.2.18 Energy Multiplier Module, US 44
3.2.19 China Experimental Fast Reactor, China 45
3.2.20 The Super, Safe, Small and Simple Reactor, Japan 46
3.2.21 Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor, India 47
3.2.22 Bystryi Reactor so Svintsovym Teplonositelem, Russia 48
3.2.23 Svintsovo Vismutny Bystryi Reactor, Russia 49
3.2.24 Power Reactor Inherently Safe Module, US 50
3.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Global, Drivers 51
3.3.1 Increasing Power Demand Pushes Development of Nuclear Power Plants 51
3.3.2 Need to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Drives Nations to Develop Nuclear Power Plants 51
3.3.3 Soaring Fossil Fuel Prices Coupled with Scarcity of Energy Sources Attracts Countries to Nuclear Energy 51
3.3.4 Difficulty of Financing Nuclear Power Projects Could Impede the Development of the Nuclear Power Industry 52
3.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Global, Restraints 52
3.4.1 Anti-Nuclear Public Opinion: Driving Countries Away from Nuclear Power 52
3.4.2 Safety Concerns Regarding Nuclear Reactors Threaten the Endurance of the Industry 52
3.4.3 Nuclear Waste Disposal Issue is Major Problem for the Nuclear Power Industry 53
3.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Global, Volume and Value Analysis 53
4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Asia-Pacific, 2006-2025 55
4.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Asia-Pacific, 2006-2025 55
4.1.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Asia-Pacific, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 55
4.1.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Asia-Pacific, Volume and Value Analysis 58
4.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, 2006-2025 60
4.2.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 60
4.2.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, Drivers 63
4.2.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, Restraints 64
4.2.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, Policy Analysis 64
4.2.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, Regulatory Framework 65
4.2.6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, China, Key Developments 70
4.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, 2006-2025 71
4.3.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 71
4.3.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, Drivers 74
4.3.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, Restraints 75
4.3.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, Policy Analysis 75
4.3.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, Regulatory Framework 76
4.3.6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, India, Key Developments 80
4.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, 2006-2025 80
4.4.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 80
4.4.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, Drivers 81
4.4.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, Restraints 81
4.4.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, Policy Analysis 82
4.4.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, Regulatory Framework 82
4.4.6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Kazakhstan, Key Developments 83
5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Europe, 2006-2025 84
5.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Europe, 2006-2025 84
5.1.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Europe, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 84
5.1.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Europe, Volume and Value Analysis 87
5.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, 2006-2025 88
5.2.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 88
5.2.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, Drivers 91
5.2.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, Restraints 91
5.2.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, Policy Analysis 92
5.2.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, Regulatory Framework 92
5.2.6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Russia, Key Developments 95
5.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Sweden, 2006-2025 96
5.3.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Sweden, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 96
5.3.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Sweden, Drivers 99
5.3.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Sweden, Restraints 99
5.3.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Sweden, Policy Analysis 100
5.3.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Sweden, Regulatory Framework 100
5.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Finland, 2006-2025 102
5.4.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Finland, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 102
5.4.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Finland, Drivers 105
5.4.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Finland, Policy Analysis 105
5.4.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Finland, Regulatory Framework 106
5.4.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Finland, Key Developments 107
6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Middle East and Africa, 2006-2025 108
6.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Middle East and Africa, 2006-2025 108
6.1.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Middle East and Africa, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 108
6.1.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Middle East and Africa, Volume and Value Analysis 111
6.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South Africa, 2006-2025 112
6.2.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South Africa, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 112
6.2.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South Africa, Drivers 115
6.2.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South Africa, Policy Analysis 116
6.2.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South Africa, Regulatory Framework 116
6.2.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South Africa, Key Developments 118
7 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, North America, 2006-2025 119
7.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, North America, 2006-2025 119
7.1.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, North America, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 119
7.1.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, North America, Volume and Value Analysis 122
7.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, 2006-2025 123
7.2.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 123
7.2.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, Drivers 126
7.2.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, Restraints 127
7.2.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, Policy Analysis 127
7.2.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, Regulatory Framework 128
7.2.6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Canada, Key Developments 131
7.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, 2006-2025 132
7.3.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 132
7.3.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, Drivers 136
7.3.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, Restraints 136
7.3.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, Policy Analysis 137
7.3.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, Regulatory Framework 138
7.3.6 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, US, Key Developments 141
8 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South and Central America, 2006-2025 149
8.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South and Central America, 2006-2025 149
8.1.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South and Central America, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 149
8.1.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, South and Central America, Volume and Value Analysis 151
8.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Brazil, 2006-2025 152
8.2.1 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Brazil, Nuclear Capacity and Generation 152
8.2.2 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Brazil, Drivers 155
8.2.3 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Brazil, Policy Analysis 156
8.2.4 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Brazil, Regulatory Framework 156
8.2.5 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Brazil, Key Developments 158
9 Small and Medium-sized Reactors, Key Players 160
9.1 Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 160
9.1.1 Company Overview 160
9.1.2 Business Overview 160
9.1.3 Products and Services 161
9.1.4 Locations and Subsidiaries 161
9.1.5 SWOT Analysis 163
9.2 Babcock and Wilcox 164
9.2.1 Company Overview 164
9.2.2 Business Overview 164
9.2.3 Products and Services 166
9.2.4 Locations and Subsidiaries 167
9.2.5 SWOT Analysis 169
9.3 China National Nuclear Corporation 170
9.3.1 Company Overview 170
9.3.2 Business Overview 170
9.3.3 Products and Services 172
9.4 General Atomics 172
9.4.1 Company Overview 172
9.4.2 Products and Services 173
9.5 GE-Hitachi 173
9.5.1 Company Overview 173
9.5.2 Products and Services 173
9.6 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 175
9.6.1 Company Overview 175
9.6.2 Business Overview 175
9.6.3 Products and Services 176
9.6.4 Location and Subsidiaries 177
9.6.5 SWOT Analysis 182
9.7 Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited 183
9.7.1 Company Overview 183
9.7.2 Business Overview 183
9.7.3 Products and Services 184
9.7.4 Locations and Subsidiaries 185
9.7.5 SWOT Analysis 187
9.8 Toshiba Corporation 188
9.8.1 Company Overview 188
9.8.2 Business Overview 188
9.8.3 Products and Services 190
9.8.4 Locations and Subsidiaries 191
9.8.5 SWOT Analysis 197
10 Appendix 198
10.1 Abbreviations 198
10.2 Bibliography 202
10.3 Methodology 205
10.3.1 Coverage 206
10.3.2 Secondary Research 206
10.3.3 Primary Research 206
10.3.4 Modeling and Forecasting 207
10.4 Disclaimer 207




List of Tables

Table 1: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Global, Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Generation (TWh), 2000-2025 21
Table 2: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, CAREM 23
Table 3: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, FBNR 24
Table 4: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, CNP-300 25
Table 5: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, IMR 26
Table 6: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, SMART 27
Table 7: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, VK-300 28
Table 8: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, VBER-300 29
Table 9: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, WWER-300 31
Table 10: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, IRIS 32
Table 11: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, mPower 34
Table 12: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, NuScale 36
Table 13: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, Westinghouse SMR 37
Table 14: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, EC6 38
Table 15: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, PHWR-220 39
Table 16: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, AHWR-300 41
Table 17: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, HTR-PM 42
Table 18: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, GT-MHR 43
Table 19: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, EM2 44
Table 20: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, CEFR 45
Table 21: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, 4S 46
Table 22: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, PFBR 47
Table 23: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, BREST 48
Table 24: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, SVBR 49
Table 25: Nuclear Reactor Characteristics, PRISM 50
Table 26: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Upcoming Small Modular Reactors 54
Table 27: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Asia-Pacific, Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Generation (TWh), 2000-2025 57
Table 28: Nuclear Power Market, Asia-Pacific, Upcoming Small Modular Reactors 58
Table 29: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, China, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 62
Table 30: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, India, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 73
Table 31: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Europe, Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Generation (TWh), 2000-2025 86
Table 32: Nuclear Power Market, Europe, Upcoming Small Modular Reactors 87
Table 33: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Russia, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 90
Table 34: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Sweden, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 98
Table 35: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Finland, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 104
Table 36: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Middle East and Africa, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 110
Table 37: Nuclear Power Market, Middle East and Africa, Upcoming Small Modular Reactors 111
Table 38: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, South Africa, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 114
Table 39: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, North America, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 121
Table 40: Nuclear Power Market, North America, Upcoming Small Modular Reactors 122
Table 41: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Canada, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 125
Table 42: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, US, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 135
Table 43: The US NRC, Regulatory Authorities 140
Table 44: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, South and Central America, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 151
Table 45: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Brazil, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 154
Table 46: Products and Services, AECL 161
Table 47: Locations, AECL 161
Table 48: SWOT Analysis, AECL 163
Table 49: Products and Services, BandW 167
Table 50: Locations, BandW 167
Table 51: Subsidiaries, BandW 168
Table 52: SWOT Analysis, BandW 169
Table 53: Products and Services, CNNC 172
Table 54: Products and Services, GA 173
Table 55: Products and Services, GE Energy 174
Table 56: Products and Services, Mitsubishi 176
Table 57: Locations, Mitsubishi 177
Table 58: Subsidiaries, Mitsubishi 178
Table 59: SWOT Analysis, Mitsubishi 182
Table 60: Products and Services, NPCIL 184
Table 61: Locations, NPCIL 185
Table 62: SWOT Analysis, NPCIL 187
Table 63: Products, Toshiba 190
Table 64: Locations, Toshiba 191
Table 65: Subsidiaries, Toshiba 192
Table 66: SWOT Analysis, Toshiba 197
Table 67: Abbreviations 198



List of Figures

Figure 1: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Global, Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Generation (TWh), 2000-2025 20
Figure 2: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Asia-Pacific, Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Generation (TWh), 2000-2025 56
Figure 3: Power Generation by Fuel Type, China, Share (%), 2012 60
Figure 4: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, China, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 61
Figure 5: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, China 66
Figure 6: Power Generation by Fuel Type, India, Share (%), 2012 71
Figure 7: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, India, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 72
Figure 8: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, India 77
Figure 9: Power Generation by Fuel Type, Kazakhstan, Share (%), 2012 80
Figure 10: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Europe, Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Generation (TWh), 2000-2025 85
Figure 11: Power Generation by Fuel Type, Russia Share (%), 2012 88
Figure 12: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Russia, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 89
Figure 13: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, Russia 92
Figure 14: Power Generation by Fuel Type, Sweden, Share (%), 2012 96
Figure 15: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Sweden, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 97
Figure 16: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, Sweden 101
Figure 17: Power Generation by Fuel Type, Finland, Share (%), 2012 102
Figure 18: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Finland, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 103
Figure 19: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, Finland 106
Figure 20: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Middle East and Africa, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 109
Figure 21: Power Generation by Fuel Type, South Africa, Share (%), 2012 112
Figure 22: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, South Africa, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 113
Figure 23: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, South Africa 117
Figure 24: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, North America, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 120
Figure 25: Power Generation by Fuel Type, Canada, Share (%), 2012 123
Figure 26: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Canada, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 124
Figure 27: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, Canada 128
Figure 28: Power Generation by Fuel Type, US, Share (%), 2012 133
Figure 29: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, US, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 134
Figure 30: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, US 138
Figure 31: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, South and Central America, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 150
Figure 32: Power Generation by Fuel Type, Brazil, Share (%), 2012 152
Figure 33: Nuclear Power Capacity and Generation, Brazil, Nuclear Power Capacity (MW) and Generation (GWh), 2000-2025 153
Figure 34: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, Brazil 157

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