Research and Markets: Analyzing Nuclear Power in Finland 2013
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j9q6dw/analyzing_nuclear) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Nuclear Power in Finland" report to their offering.
Finland's nuclear power program has four nuclear reactors in two power plants. The first of these came into operation in 1977. In 2007 they provided 28.4% of Finland's electricity. They are among the world's most productive, with average capacity factors of 94% in the 1990s. A fifth nuclear reactor is under construction, scheduled to go online in 2012.
The report - Analyzing Nuclear Power in Finland - by Aruvian's R'search, explores the importance of nuclear power in today's world, with Section One being dedicated to Understanding the Basics of Nuclear Power. The report looks at the basics of the nuclear industry that is, how a plant works, analyzing and understanding the fuel cycle, the various components which are involved in the working of a nuclear power plant, and much more. Economics, issues and barriers, and other such factors are also explored in-depth in this report.
This offering includes a complete analysis of the Finnish Nuclear Power Industry, including an industry profile, industry developments, Uranium fuel cycle developments, major players in the industry, and lots more information is included in this research report. This research offering is a comprehensive A to Z guide on the Finnish nuclear power industry.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
Section 1: Understanding Nuclear Power
B. Basics of the Nuclear Industry
C. Profiling the Global Nuclear Power Industry
D. Global Climate Change & Nuclear Power
E. Challenges & Barriers to Nuclear Power
Section 2: Nuclear Power Industry in Finland
A. Energy Landscape of Finland
B. Nuclear Power in Finland
C. Challenges Facing the Industry
D. Analyzing the Major Nuclear Power Plants in Finland
E. Major Industry Players
F. Future Perspective for Finland's Nuclear Power Industry
Section 3: Conclusion
B. Glossary of Terms
- Asea Atom
- Fortum Corporation
- Teollisuuden Voima Oy
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