The Indo-US nuclear deal and waiver granted to India from the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) has opened the country to global nuclear commerce. With access to global technological advances and uranium fuel supplies, the country renewed an ambitious nuclear energy programme creating a huge demand for equipment and services.
The report shows the current size and share of nuclear energy as well as short-term and long-term targets indicating a demand ranging anywhere between USD 80 bn to USD 200 bn over the next twenty years. A detailed table shows the recent market activity including recent deals, opportunities being explored, and investments by foreign players, domestic private and government organizations. The major issues and challenges facing the domestic market including the possible role of Indian companies are also addressed.
It is essential to know the structure of nuclear energy control and the role of different government organizations. The report includes a brief profile of major government organizations. Additionally, a list of future projects - planned and under construction is also provided.