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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to Capture the European Nuclear Power Market

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  • June 2010
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) is planning to capture the market potential of Europe in order to strengthen its nuclear power supply chain globally. The company already has a presence in the Japanese and the US nuclear power market. Th...

Europe to be a Potential Market Destination for Nuclear Equipment Suppliers

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  • August 2010
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The European region is expected to be the potential market for nuclear equipment suppliers due to nuclear power expansion plans in this region. Currently, 20 new nuclear reactors are in the under construction phase and additionally, more than 4...

Intergovernmental Agreement –Belarus and Russia to Benefit from the Nuclear Power Pact

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  • April 2011
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In Europe, Belarus is one of the key emerging nuclear power countries, along with Poland, Turkey, Albania and Estonia. Belarus is mostly dependent on gas for electricity generation and it largely relies on gas imports. To support diversificatio...

Positive Stress Test Results to Rebuild Confidence in Nuclear Power

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  • January 2012
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The Fukushima disaster raised serious concerns around the world regarding the safety of nuclear power. Countries around the world declared that stress tests would be conducted on nuclear reactors to ensure their safety against accidents like ea...

Efficient Management of Radioactive Waste Helping the Growth of the Nuclear Industry

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  • April 2012
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Nuclear waste has long been a cause of concern for the nuclear power industry. Nuclear power generation companies are entirely responsible for managing nuclear waste, and the costs associated with nuclear power generation diminish its economic ...

Tough Time for Countries Looking to Abolish Nuclear Power

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  • November 2012
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Countries looking to abolish nuclear power are likely to face tough situations in the near future due to their increasing dependency on power for economic development. In wake of the Fukushima accident, some countries have declared a nuclear ph...

South Korea: Growing Importance in Global Nuclear Landscape

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  • December 2012
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South Korea has swiftly grown from an importer of nuclear technology and materials to a valued manufacturer and exporter of nuclear power plants. The country’s localization strategy has yielded favorable results making it almost self reliant in...

Sweden’s Aim for Renewable Energy Growth Would Hamper Nuclear Power Industry

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  • November 2014
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Nuclear power currently accounts for 40% of the electricity generated in Sweden, and its 10 operating nuclear reactors have a combined net installed capacity of 9.5 Gigawatts (GW). In September 2014, the anti-nuclear center-left Swedish Social ...

Wholesale Energy Trade to Boost the Growth of Utility Markets in Europe

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  • November 2010
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Internally, the European Union (EU) has abolished trade barriers, adopted a common currency, and is striving toward convergence of living standards. Economic growth in Europe is expected to be just below 3% in the short run but it is assumed th...

Ashuganj Power Station Announces Project Financing for Gas-Fired Combined Cycle Power Plant in Bangladesh

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  • October 2012
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Ashuganj Power Station Company Ltd. (APSCL) announced the project financing for the development of a gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Bangladesh in May 2012. The state-owned company signed a deal with a consortium from Sweden and Spain t...

Independent Power Producers: An Answer to the Power Woes in Africa

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  • April 2011
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Independent Power Producers (IPPs) have attained significant growth in Africa. Most countries in the region have opened their power sectors for private participation since 1994. This comes to light with about 15 independent power projects curre...

Det Norske Veritas and Germanischer Lloyd to Merge, Creating a Global Energy Technology Powerhouse

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  • January 2013
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Det Norske Veritas A/S (DNV), a provider of risk management services, and Germanischer Lloyd SE (GL), a provider of classification, verification and engineering consulting services, agreed to merge in order to further expand their service offer...

Energoatom Renews Nuclear Fuel Supply Deal with Westinghouse

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  • August 2014
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In April 2014, Westinghouse Electric Company (Westinghouse) and National Nuclear Energy Generating Company of Ukraine (Energoatom) renewed their nuclear fuel supply contract. Under the contract, Westinghouse’s Swedish fuel fabrication facility ...

Wisconsin Energy to Acquire Integrys Energy for $9.1 Billion

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  • August 2014
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Wisconsin Energy Corporation (WEC), a leading provider of electric and natural gas services, has agreed to acquire Integrys Energy Group (Integrys Energy), a diversified energy holding company. Following the acquisition, the combined company wi...

Increased Public Private Partnerships Driving the Power Sector Restructuring in Africa

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  • October 2011
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Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are driving the growth and restructuring of the power sector in Africa. Most countries in the region have opened their power sectors for private participation since 1994. An increased focus on privatization fr...

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