Increased Cooperation between Existing and Emerging Nuclear Countries Helps the Growth of Global Nuclear Power


There is evidence of increasing cooperation between existing and emerging countries with nuclear power for the development of energy from nuclear sources and its use for peaceful purposes. The governments of existing nuclear countries provide assistance to the emerging countries with financial, regulatory and technical know-how for safe and efficient operations of nuclear power plants. The developed countries have formed international bodies, such as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), that play a key role in coordinating and facilitating agreements for the development of nuclear power in the emerging countries. Some of the key factors driving the growth of the global nuclear power market are electricity demand, growing environmental concerns, proven reactor technologies and an bundant availability of fuel. The key areas that require increased coordination between the existing and emerging nuclear countries are the evelopment of high safety standards and their assessment, infrastructure enhancements, modernization programs, and Research and Development (R&D) activities.


- The report focuses on the international initiatives supporting the growth of nuclear power in emerging nuclear countries
- Specifies importance safety enhancements and technological support extended by developed nuclear countries
- The report emphasizes the importance of developing a nuclear regulatory structure and infrastructural facilities for developing nuclear countries

Reasons to buy

- Understanding the role and importance of key countries with nuclear expertise globally
- Gain insights on the extent and nature of support offered to the emerging nuclear countries
- Facilitate decision-making based on specific requirements in various geographies


Nuclear, nuclear cooperation, electricity demand, growing environmental concerns, safety standards, nuclear infrastructure, modernization, research and development