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The US Nuclear New Build Market for Component Suppliers

Capitalize on the rapidly growing nuclear component market to drive sales in the USA    

This strategic business intelligence report provides vital insights into the commercial opportunities for nuclear component suppliers brought about by Nuclear New Build activity in the USA.

The US now stands on the brink of a nuclear renaissance which could see the number of NPPs in the United States increase by over 30% if all current applications were approved. The US Nuclear New Build Market for Component Suppliers Report considers how potential component suppliers can capitalize in this growth industry and explains the many regulatory responsibilities and Quality Assurance requirements that need to be satisfied.

Use this report to ensure that your business is ready for this surge in demand for components:

  • Identify the key nuclear components that will be most in demand
  • Find out how much time & money you will have to commit to become a nuclear supplier
  • Understand how EPCs select their suppliers
  • Learn how demand for nuclear grade components will evolve
  • Find out the number - and type - of nuclear power plants that will be built in the next 20 years in the USA
  • Identify the main companies will be in charge procurement
  • Know what senior nuclear industry executives and government officials think of future nuclear capacity in the US
  • Get an unbiased and expert analysis of the barriers and drivers to the US nuclear industry

This report will provide you with business critical information on…

  • Unique forecasts of the market value for heat exchangers, valves, pumps and tanks until 2035
  • The latest forecasts for the construction of nuclear power plants until 2035 based on three realistic scenarios
  • Comprehensive Overview of Regulation and Quality Assurance – Obtaining ASME’s N-Stamp and NRC federal regulations
  • In depth analysis of the factors that could slow down the construction of Nuclear reactors in the US

The report’s FREE selected findings are available to download here



List of Acronyms

1 Introduction

2 Status of the Nuclear Industry: A Global Renaissance
2.1 Nuclear Power Industry Overview
2.2 Why a Renaissance?
2.2.1 Improved Designs The Evolutionary Plants The Passive Plants
2.2.2 Revamped Licensing Process for Reduced Risk
2.2.3 Increasing Energy Demand calls for New Generation Capacity
2.2.4 Environmental Consideration
2.2.5 Economics
2.2.6 Energy Security
2.3 P potential for US Growth
2.3.1 Growth by NPP Contractor ABWR AP1000 US EPR ESBWR USAPWR
2.3.2 Licensing status for Growth
2.3.3 Regional growth
2.4 Opportunities and Threats
2.4.1 Opportunity Opportunity for Qualified Supply Opportunity for Competitive Supply Opportunity for Localized Supply Opportunity for Operating Reactors Supply Opportunity for R&D Supply
2.4.2 Threats Supply chain for materials and sub components Financing Skilled labor Public acceptance

3 The Market for Components in the US
3.1 The Opportunity for Component Providers in the US Nuclear New Build Market
3.2 Nuclear Procurement explained
3.2.1 Regulation and Quality Assurance
3.2.2 Codes and Standards N-Stamps for different components Class 1, 2 and 3
3.2.3 Commercial-Grade Dedication
3.2.4 Resources Design Control Document (DCD) NEI Supplier Database
3.2.5 T typical Procurement cycles
3.2.6 CASE STUDY: Burns and Roe Experience in Obtaining an N-Stamp:
Economic and Practical Considerations
3.2.7 CASE STUDY: Supplying Materials for the Nuclear Industry – by CCI Thermal Technology
3.2.8 CASE STUDY – How Bechtel Choose Their Nuclear Suppliers: The EPCs Perspective

4. USA Nuclear New Build Component Demand to 2030
4.1 Nuclear Deployment Forecast until 2030
4.1.1 Forecast methodology Identifying projects and establishing intended Commercial Operation Date (COD) E establishing Scenarios Determining Waves
4.1.2 Optimistic Case
4.1.3 Realistic Case Wave 1 Wave 2 Wave 3 Wave 4 Wave 5 Realistic Case Results
4.1.4 Worst Case Scenario
4.2 P purchased Equipment Value
4.2.1 E estimating the total value of Purchase Reactor Equipment
4.2.2 E estimating the Value of Components
4.2.3 E estimating Market Value
4.3 The Market for Nuclear Heat Exchangers
4.4 The Market for Nuclear Valves
4.5 The Market for Nuclear Pumps
4.6 The Market for Nuclear Storage Tanks

5 Conclusions

6 Works Cited
Appendix A US Nuclear New Build Projects
Appendix B Location of Nuclear New Build Projects in the US
Appendix C Listing of Typical Purchased Equipment
List of figures
Figure 1 P art 52 Licensing Process
Figure 2 P plant COD by Year
Figure 3 P potential Total New NPP
Figure 4 New NPP by Technology
Figure 5 NPP COD by Current Licensing Status
Figure 6 CODs by Region
Figure 7 New Plants by Year Optimistic Case
Figure 8 T octal New Plant (Optimistic Case)
Figure 9 Wave 1 Meeting COD
Figure 10 Wave 1 Average Delay
Figure 11 Reasons for Wave 1 Delay
Figure 12 Wave 2 Meet COD
Figure 13 Wave 2 Delays
Figure 14 Reasons for Wave 2 Delay
Figure 15 Wave 3 Meet COD
Figure 16 Wave 3 Delays
Figure 17 Reasons for Wave 3 Delays
Figure 18 Wave 4 Restart
Figure 19 Wave 4 Delays
Figure 20 Reasons for Wave 4 Delay
Figure 21 Wave 5 Build Rate
Figure 22 New Plants by Year Realistic Case
Figure 23 Total New Plants Realistic Case
Figure 24 New Plants by Year-Worst Case
Figure 25 Total New Plants - Worst Case
Figure 26 Overnight Cost Breakdown
Figure 27 Purchased Reactor Equipment Value
Figure 28 Representative Makeup of Purchased Reactor Equipment (EEDB Code 22) Value for Passive NPP
Figure 29 Representative Makeup of Purchased Reactor Equipment (EEDB Code 22) Value for Active NPP
Figure 30 Nuclear Heat Exchanger Market
Figure 31 Nuclear Valve Market
Figure 32 Nuclear Grade Pump Market
Figure 33 Nuclear Grade Tank Market

The US Nuclear New Build Market for Component Suppliers
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