While Europe had the Highest Number of Old Reactors, Asia-Pacific has the Least
Of the 182 active nuclear reactors in the region, 138 are 30
years old or older. Several of these reactors have already undergone PLEX and
obtained operating licenses and, out of those that have not, many are scheduled
to follow suit.
However, all reactors in Germany and a few reactors in other European countries have been forbidden from operating beyond their current lifetimes due to different reasons, the most common being the respective governments' resolve to reduce nuclear power capacity and increase renewable energy capacity. Nevertheless, the demographic of the reactors in the region has made it the largest PLEX market.
Publisher's "Nuclear Plant Life Extension (PLEX) Market, Update 2018 - Global Market Size, Average Cost, Trends, and Key Country Analysis to 2030" report provides a clear overview of and detailed insight into the global nuclear PLEX market. It explains the key drivers and challenges affecting the market and provides data covering historic and forecast nuclear PLEX market size, globally, and in nine key nuclear power markets - US, Canada, France, UK, Spain, Russian Federation, Ukraine, Japan, and Republic of Korea.
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