Market competition in the nuclear industry.
- Paris : Nuclear Energy Agency : Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, c2008.
- Nuclear development.
- Government document
123 p. ; 23 cm.
- Nuclear industry.
Nuclear energy -- Economic aspects.
- Nuclear power plants require a wide variety of specialized equipment, materials and services for their construction, operation and fueling. There has been much consolidation and retrenchment in the nuclear industry since the 1980s, with the emergence of some large global nuclear companies. Electricity market liberalization in many OECD countries has meanwhile placed nuclear plant operators under increased competitive pressure. These structural changes in both the producer and consumer sides of the nuclear industry have had implications for the level of competition in the nuclear engineering and fuel cycle markets. With renewed expansion of nuclear power now anticipated, this study examines competition in the major nuclear industry sectors at present, and how this may change with a significant upturn in demand.--Publisher's description.
Assessing the competitiveness of markets
Competition in the design, engineering and construction of nuclear power plants
Competition in the front-end of the nuclear fuel cycle
Competition in the back-end of the nuclear fuel cycle
Competition in services for maintenance and upgrading of existing nuclear power plans (NPPs)
Implications for competition of proposed multilateral fuel supply arrangements
Conclusions and recommendations.
- "This report presents the findings of this Ad hoc Expert Group on Market Competition in the Nuclear Industry"--P. 17
"NEA no. 6246."
- Ad Hoc Expert Group on Market Competition in the Nuclear Industry.
OECD Nuclear Energy Agency.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
- 9789264054066 (pbk.)
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