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Nuclear Power in Japan, Market Outlook to 2025, Update 2014 - Capacity, Generation, Deployment Trends, Investments, Power Plants, Regulations, and Company Profiles

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Nuclear Power in Japan, Market Outlook to 2025, Update 2014 - Capacity, Generation, Deployment Trends, Investments, Power Plants, Regulations, and Company Profiles

Summary

"Nuclear Power in Japan, Market Outlook to 2025, Update 2014 - Capacity, Generation, Deployment Trends, Investments, Power Plants, Regulations, and Company Profiles" is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the nuclear power market in Japan.

The report provides in depth analysis on global nuclear power market with forecasts up to 2025. The report analyzes the power market scenario in Japan (includes thermal conventional, nuclear, large hydro, pumped storage and renewables) and provides future outlook with forecasts up to 2025. The research details nuclear power market outlook in the country and provides forecasts up to 2025. The report highlights installed capacity and power generation trends from 2001 to 2025 in Japan's nuclear power market. A detailed coverage of nuclear energy policy framework governing the market with specific policies pertaining to nuclear is provided in the report. The research also provides details of active nuclear reactors in the country and company snapshots of some of the major market participants.

The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- A brief introduction on global carbon emissions and global primary energy consumption.
- Historical period is during 2001-2013 (unless specified) and forecast period is for 2014-2025.
- Detailed overview on the global nuclear power market with installed capacity and generation trends, installed capacity split by region in 2013, installed capacity split by major nuclear power countries in 2013, cost analysis by reactor type, average capital expenditure and investment trends, market size of major equipments such as steam generator and turbine and nuclear decommissioning trends (2013-2025).
- Power market scenario in Japan provides detailed market overview, installed capacity and power generation trends by various fuel types (includes thermal conventional, nuclear, large hydro and renewables) with forecasts up to 2025.
- Detailed overview of Japan nuclear power market with installed capacity and generation trends, installed capacity by reactor type, installed capacity share by contractor/owner and information on major active and upcoming projects.
- Key policies and regulatory framework supporting nuclear power development.
- Company snapshots of some of the major market participants in the country.

Reasons to buy

- The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner.
- Identify key growth and investment opportunities in Japan nuclear power market.
- Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data for nuclear power market.
- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry's growth potential.
- Identify key partners and business development avenues.
- Understand and respond to your competitors' business structure, strategy and prospects.
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 5
1.2 List of Figures 7
2 Executive Summary 8
2.1 Fall in OECD Countries' Carbon Emission despite a Global Rise during 2010-2013 8
2.2 Global Power Market - Increasing Focus on Clean Technologies 8
2.3 Pro-Nuclear Japanese Government Pushing for Reactor Restarts 9
3 Introduction 10
3.1 Carbon Emissions, Global, 2001-2013 10
3.2 Primary Energy Consumption, Global, 2001-2025 12
3.3 Report Guidance 14
4 Nuclear Power Market, Global, 2001-2025 16
4.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Overview 16
4.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Drivers and Challenges 19
4.2.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Drivers 19
4.2.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Challenges 21
4.3 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2001-2025 22
4.4 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Power Generation, 2001-2025 24
4.5 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Annual Capacity Additions and Shutdowns by Reactor Type, 2001-2013 25
4.6 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Installed Capacity by Region, 2013 and 2025 27
4.6.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region, 2013 and 2025 27
4.7 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region and Reactor Type 28
4.8 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Installed Capacity by Country, 2013 and 2025 29
4.8.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Country, 2013 and 2025 29
4.8.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Net Annual Installed Capacity by Country (%), 2013 31
4.9 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Value Chain and Cost Analysis 31
4.9.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Value Chain 31
4.9.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Boiling Water Reactor Cost Breakdown, 2013 33
4.9.3 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Pressurized Water Reactor Cost Breakdown, 2013 34
4.10 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Average Capital Expenditure and Investment Trends, 2014-2025 35
4.10.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Average Capital Expenditure, 2014-2025 35
4.10.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Investment Trends, 2014-2025 36
4.11 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Size of Major Equipment Markets 37
4.11.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Steam Generator Market Size, 2014-2020 37
4.11.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Turbine Market Size, 2014-2020 38
4.12 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Decommissioning Market, 2014-2025 40
4.12.1 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Decommissioning Capacity and Cost, 2014-2025 40
4.12.2 Nuclear Power Market, Global, Countries Phasing Out Nuclear, 2013-2034 42
5 Power Market, Japan, 2001-2025 43
5.1 Power Market, Japan, Overview 43
5.2 Power Market, Japan, Installed Capacity, 2001-2025 44
5.2.1 Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, 2001-2025 44
5.2.2 Power Market, Japan, Share in Cumulative Installed Capacity by Source Type, 2013 and 2025 45
5.2.3 Power Market, Japan, Net Capacity Additions by Fuel Type, 2014-2025 46
5.2.4 Power Market, Japan, Comparison of Technologies Based on Installed Capacity, 2013-2025 47
5.3 Power Market, Japan, Power Generation, 2001-2025 49
5.3.1 Power Market, Japan, Power Generation by Fuel Type, 2001-2025 49
5.3.2 Power Market, Japan, Comparison of Technologies Based on Power Generation, 2001-2025 50
6 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, 2001-2025 52
6.1 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Overview 52
6.2 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2001-2025 54
6.3 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Power Generation, 2001-2025 55
6.4 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Reactor Type, 2001-2013 57
6.5 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Installed Capacity Share by Owner, 2013 59
6.6 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Equipments Market, 2013-2020 60
6.6.1 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Steam Generator Market Size, 2013-2020 60
6.6.2 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Turbine Market Size, 2014-2020 61
7 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Regulatory Framework 64
7.1 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Regulatory Structure 64
7.2 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Key Regulatory Authorities 64
7.2.1 Nuclear Regulatory Authority 64
7.2.2 NSIC 65
7.3 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Key Regulations 65
7.3.1 The Atomic Energy Basic Law 65
7.3.2 The Law on Final Disposal of High-level Radioactive Waste 65
7.3.3 The Law for Regulation of Nuclear Source Material, Nuclear Fuel Material and Reactors (LRNR) 65
7.3.4 The Law on Emergency Preparedness 65
7.3.5 The Environmental Impact Assessment Act 65
8 Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Company Profiles 66
8.1 Key Company in the Japan Power Market, Tokyo Electric Power Company 66
8.1.1 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Company Overview 66
8.1.2 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc, Major Products and Services 66
8.1.3 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc, SWOT Analysis 66
8.2 Key Company in the Japan Power Market, Kansai Electric Power Company 71
8.2.1 Kansai Electric Power Company, Company Overview 71
8.2.2 Kansai Electric Power Company, Major Products and Services 71
8.2.3 Kansai Electric Power Company, SWOT Analysis 71
8.3 Key Company in the Japan Power Market, Chubu Electric Power Co 76
8.3.1 Chubu Electric Power Co, Company Overview 76
8.3.2 Chubu Electric Power Co, Major Products and Services 76
8.3.3 Chubu Electric Power Co, SWOT Analysis 76
8.4 Key Company in the Japan Power Market, Kyushu Electric Power Co 81
8.4.1 Kyushu Electric Power Co, Company Overview 81
8.4.2 Kyushu Electric Power Co, Major Products and Services 81
8.4.3 Kyushu Electric Power Co, SWOT Analysis 82
8.5 Key Company in the Japan Power Market, Tohoku Electric Power Company 86
8.5.1 Tohoku Electric Power Co, Company Overview 86
8.5.2 Tohoku Electric Power Co, Major Products and Services 87
8.5.3 Tohoku Electric Power Co, SWOT Analysis 87
9 Appendix 93
9.1 Abbreviations 93
9.2 Bibliography 94
9.3 Market Definition 94
9.3.1 Market Estimates and Assumptions 95
9.4 Research Methodology 97
9.4.1 Secondary Research 97
9.4.2 Primary Research 97
9.4.3 Sourcing, Modeling and Forecasting 97
9.4.4 Historical Sources 97
9.4.5 Forecast Methodology 98
9.5 Contact Us 98
9.6 Disclaimer 98

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Energy Consumption, Global (MT), 2001-2013 12
Table 2: Primary Energy Consumption, Global (Mtoe), 2001-2025 14
Table 3: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Planned Projects by Status, 2014 17
Table 4: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Reactor Type, 2014 18
Table 5: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Power Consumption (TWh), 2001-2025 20
Table 6: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), 2001-2025 23
Table 7: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Power Generation (TWh), 2001-2025 25
Table 8: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Annual Capacity Additions and Shutdowns by Reactor Type (GW), 2001-2013 26
Table 9: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region (%), 2013 and 2025 27
Table 10: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region and Reactor Type (MW), 2013*† 29
Table 11: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Country (%), 2013 and 2025 30
Table 12: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Net Annual Capacity Additions by Country, 2013 31
Table 13: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Boiling Water Reactor Cost Breakdown (%), 2013 33
Table 14: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cost Breakdown for Pressurized Water Reactor (%), 2013 34
Table 15: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Average Capital Expenditure ($/kW), 2014-2025 35
Table 16: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Investment ($bn), 2014-2025 36
Table 17: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Steam Generator Market Size ($bn), 2014-2020 38
Table 18: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Turbine Market Size, 2014-2020 39
Table 19: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Turbine Market Size ($bn), 2014-2020 40
Table 20: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Decommissioned Capacity and Decommission Cost, 2014-2025 41
Table 21: Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (GW), 2001-2025 45
Table 22: Power Market, Japan, Share in Cumulative Installed Capacity by Source Type (%), 2013-2025 46
Table 23: Power Market, Japan, Net Capacity Additions by Fuel Type (GW), 2014-2025 47
Table 24: Power Market, Japan, Comparison of Technologies Based on Installed Capacity, 2013-2025 48
Table 25: Power Market, Japan, Power Generation by Fuel Type (TWh), 2001-2025 50
Table 26: Power Market, Japan, Comparison of Technologies Based on Power Generation, 2001-2025 51
Table 27: Nuclear Power Market, South and Central America, Installed Capacity Share (%), July 2014^* 53
Table 28: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), 2001-2025* 55
Table 29: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Power Generation (TWh), 2001-2025 57
Table 30: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Reactor Type (GW), 2001-2013*†^ 58
Table 31: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Installed Capacity by Owner (MW), 2014 60
Table 32: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Annual Steam Generator Market Size, 2014-2020 61
Table 33: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Turbine Market Size, 2014-2020 62
Table 34: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Turbine Market Size ($m), 2014-2020 63
Table 35: Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc., Major Products and Services 66
Table 36: Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc., SWOTAnalysis 66
Table 37: Kansai Electric Power Company, Major Products and Services 71
Table 38: Kansai Electric Power Company, SWOTAnalysis 72
Table 39: Chubu Electric Power Co, Major Products and Services 76
Table 40: Chubu Electric Power Co, SWOTAnalysis 77
Table 41: Kyushu Electric Power Co, Major Products and Services 82
Table 42: Kyushu Electric Power Co, SWOTAnalysis 82
Table 43: Tohoku Electric Power Co, Major Products and Services 87
Table 44: Tohoku Electric Power Co, SWOTAnalysis 87
Table 45: Abbreviations 93
Table 46: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Reactor Size* (MW), 2014 96
Table 47: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Waste Treatment and Disposal Share in Total Cost (%), 2014 96

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Carbon-di-oxide Emissions from Energy Consumption, Global (MT), 2001-2013 11
Figure 2: Global, Primary Energy Consumption, Global (Mtoe), 2001-2025 13
Figure 3: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Planned Projects by Status, 2014 17
Figure 4: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Share by Reactor Type (%), 2014 18
Figure 5: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Drivers and Challenges, 2001-2025 19
Figure 6: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Power Consumption (TWh), 2001-2025 20
Figure 7: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), 2001-2025 23
Figure 8: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Power Generation (TWh), 2001-2025 24
Figure 9: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Annual Capacity Additions and Shutdowns by Reactor Type (GW), 2001-2013 26
Figure 10: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region (%), 2013 and 2025 27
Figure 11: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Region and Reactor Type (MW), 2013*† 28
Figure 12: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Country (%), 2013 and 2025 30
Figure 13: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Value Chain, 2013 32
Figure 14: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Boiling Water Reactor Cost Breakdown (%), 2013 33
Figure 15: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Pressurized Water Reactor Cost Breakdown (%), 2013 34
Figure 16: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Average Capital Expenditure ($/kW), 2014-2025 35
Figure 17: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Investment ($bn), 2014-2025 36
Figure 18: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Steam Generator Market Size, 2014-2020 37
Figure 19: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Turbine Market Size, 2014-2020 39
Figure 20: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Turbine Market Size ($bn), 2014-2020 40
Figure 21: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Decommissioned Capacity and Decommission Cost, 2014-2025 41
Figure 22: Nuclear Power Market, Global, Countries Phasing Out Nuclear (MW), 2014-2034 42
Figure 23: Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (GW), 2001-2025 44
Figure 24: Power Market, Japan, Share in Cumulative Installed Capacity by Source Type (%), 2013 and 2025 46
Figure 25: Power Market, Japan, Net Capacity Additions by Fuel Type (GW), 2014-2025 47
Figure 26: Power Market, Japan, Comparison of Technologies Based on Installed Capacity, 2013-2025 48
Figure 27: Power Market, Japan, Power Generation by Fuel Type (TWh), 2001-2025 49
Figure 28: Power Market, Japan, Comparison of Technologies Based on Power Generation, 2001-2025 51
Figure 29: Nuclear Power Market, Asia-Pacific, Installed Capacity Share (%), July 2014^* 52
Figure 30: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), 2001-2025* 54
Figure 31: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Power Generation (TWh), 2001-2025 56
Figure 32: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Reactor Type (GW), 2001-2013*†^ 58
Figure 33: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Installed Capacity by Owner (%), 2014 59
Figure 34: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Annual Steam Generator Market Size, 2014-2020 61
Figure 35: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Turbine Market Size, 2014-2020 62
Figure 36: Nuclear Power Market, Japan, Turbine Market Size ($m), 2014-2020 63
Figure 37: Nuclear Regulatory Structure, Japan 64


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