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Energy, electricity and nuclear power estimates for the period up to 2050

By: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Series: Reference data series, 1.Publisher: Vienna: IAEA, 2018Edition: 38a. ed.Description: 139 p. grafs., tbls.ISBN: 978-92-0-104918-6.Subject(s): Energía Nuclear - Estadísticas | Energía Eléctrica | Consumo de Energía | Proyecciones de EnergíaDDC classification: 333.792.4 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
Contents:
i) World. Nuclear power development around the world in 2017. Final energy consumption in 2017. Electricity production. Energy and electricity projections. Nuclear electrical generating capacity projections. Reactor retirements and additions. Electricity and nuclear production projections. ii) Northern America. Final energy consumption in 2017. Electricity production in 2017. Energy and electricity projections. Nuclear electrical generating capacity projections. Reactor retirements and additions. Electricity and nuclear production projections. iii) Latin America and the Caribbean. Final energy consumption in 2017. Electricity production in 2017. Energy and electricity projections. Nuclear electrical generating capacity projections. Reactor retirements and additions. Electricity and nuclear production projections. iv) Northern, western and southern Europe. v) Eastern Europe. vi) Africa. vii) Western Asia. viii) Southern Asia. ix) Central and eastern Asia. x) South - Eastern Asia. xi) Oceania. xii) Regional population data.
Summary: Reference Data Series No.1 (RDS-1) starts with a summary of the status of nuclear power in IAEA Member States as of the end of 2017 based on statistical data collected by the IAEA’s Power Reactor Information System (PRIS). It then presents estimates of energy and electricity up to 2050 derived from various international studies, including the International Energy Agency’s World Energy Outlook 2017 and the United States Energy Information Administration’s International Energy Outlook 2017. The energy and electricity data for 2017 are estimated, as the latest information available from the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs is for 2015. Population data originate from World Population Prospects (2015 revision), published by the Population Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. The 2017 values again are estimates.
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i) World. Nuclear power development around the world in 2017. Final energy consumption in 2017. Electricity production. Energy and electricity projections. Nuclear electrical generating capacity projections. Reactor retirements and additions. Electricity and nuclear production projections. ii) Northern America. Final energy consumption in 2017. Electricity production in 2017. Energy and electricity projections. Nuclear electrical generating capacity projections. Reactor retirements and additions. Electricity and nuclear production projections. iii) Latin America and the Caribbean. Final energy consumption in 2017. Electricity production in 2017. Energy and electricity projections. Nuclear electrical generating capacity projections. Reactor retirements and additions. Electricity and nuclear production projections. iv) Northern, western and southern Europe. v) Eastern Europe. vi) Africa. vii) Western Asia. viii) Southern Asia. ix) Central and eastern Asia. x) South - Eastern Asia. xi) Oceania. xii) Regional population data.

Reference Data Series No.1 (RDS-1) starts with a summary of the status of nuclear power in IAEA Member States as of the end of 2017 based on statistical data collected by the IAEA’s Power Reactor Information System (PRIS). It then presents estimates of energy and electricity up to 2050 derived from various international studies, including the International Energy Agency’s World Energy Outlook 2017 and the United States Energy Information Administration’s International Energy Outlook 2017. The energy and electricity data for 2017 are estimated, as the latest information available from the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs is for 2015. Population data originate from World Population Prospects (2015 revision), published by the Population Division of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. The 2017 values again are estimates.

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