India Nuclear Industry Report 2023
The report summarizes the key discussions and takeaways from the India Nuclear Business Platform meeting held in December 2022 which was officially supported by the state owned nuclear power utility ‘Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited’ (NPCIL) and received major support and attendance from key organizations of nuclear establishment in the country viz. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB), Electronics Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL). This 60-page report is extremely pertinent for all those currently involved in or planning to pursue the burgeoning Indian nuclear market.
India Nuclear Industry Report 2022
To scale up, transformation has to be pursued through a fundamental change in approach and mindset that we call “Nuclear Industry 2.0” in the context of India. It would be accompanied by major overhauling in functional deliveries, basic structural changes across multiple level of decision making, enormous amount of policy revamp, and fast build-up of support infrastructure to allow large scale deployment of nuclear projects in the country. India too has indigenous PHWR reactor technology which at the present time is most cost-effective nuclear technology in the world. This report provides a perspective of Indian nuclear establishment and industry experts to assess the issues and challenges and appetite of the sector to scale up. Key officials from AEC, DAE, NPCIL and CEA along with corporate leaders and senior executives from India Inc shared ideas for further growth in the industry.
2021 Review of India’s Nuclear Energy Developments
The report summarizes the key industry updates and developments in the Indian nuclear energy market in 2021. We hope it will provide readers with vital insights, which shall help you to develop key sustainable strategies for your business. After the COVID -19 pandemic emerged, 2021 was the year of adapting to the “new normal”. Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) was quick in adapting to the changes and ensured that the nuclear facilities in India were unaffected and running smoothly.
India Nuclear Industry Report 2021
Indian nuclear energy market aims to achieve 22480 MW by 2031-32. The country has 22 operational reactors with a capacity of 6780 MW. The first indigenous 700 MW Pressurized Heavy Water Reactor (PHWR) has been connected to the grid. The report summarizes the key discussions from India Nuclear Business Platform Lite (INBP Lite) sessions focusing on hot button issues, which presents the opportunities, challenges and suggestions to accelerate the Indian nuclear power programme.