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2013-06-23 18:32:09 - New Energy market report from GlobalData: "Japan and Turkey's Nuclear Deal - A Lucrative Proposition for Both Parties"

A recent deal, whereby Japan has agreed to install nuclear reactors at a nuclear power plant located in Turkey, represents a number of benefits for both nations. In terms of economic benefit, Japan is looking to boost reactor exports by targeting emerging nuclear countries. The deal will also help to strengthen the faltering Japanese economy - which is currently overburdened by heavy fossil fuel imports - and rebuild public confidence in nuclear technology. Turkey hopes to benefit from the deal by diversifying the sources it uses for energy generation, reducing energy imports and increasing power generation, which will be essential to ensuring that rising power demand is met in the developing nation.


* The report focuses on Japan and Turkey's

nuclear reactor deal.
* Identifies the benefits of the deal for both Japan and Turkey.
* Specifies the key synergies of the deal.

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Reasons to Get this Report

* Understand the reason why Turkey chose Japanese reactor technology.
* Understand how the deal benefits the Japanese and Turkish economies.
* Gain knowledge about Turkey's power industry.
* Understand why Turkey aspires to develop nuclear power.

Report Table of Contents:

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Summary
3 Japan and Turkey's Nuclear Deal - A Lucrative Proposition for Both Parties
3.1 Nuclear Energy to Assist Turkey in Ensuring Energy Security
3.2 Nuclear Technology Export: A Step towards Reviving the Japanese Economy
3.3 Nuclear Deal with Turkey to Boost Japan's Reactor Exports
3.4 Japanese Reactor Technology: A Suitable Option for an Earthquake Prone Country
4 Appendix
4.1 Abbreviations
4.2 Sources
4.3 Methodology
4.4 Contact Us
4.5 Disclaimer

List of Tables

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Power Consumption, Turkey, GWh, 2000-2020
Table 2: Noteworthy Earthquakes, Japan, 2000-2011
Table 3: Noteworthy Earthquakes, Turkey, 2000-2011
Table 4: Abbreviations

List of Figures

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Power Generation, Turkey, Share by Fuel Type (%),2012
Figure 2: Power Consumption, Turkey, GWh, 2000-2020

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