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Insights and analysis on the global nuclear industry

Track and understand key developments across global nuclear markets, with reliable news and in-depth analysis on newbuild project risk and nuclear fuel markets. Nuclear industry and nuclear fuel cycle professionals can identify opportunities across the entire value chain to make more profitable business decisions.


  • On-the-ground reporting in key nuclear markets in China, the US and the UK
  • Reports on key companies, facilities and capacity developments in the uranium, conversion, enrichment and fuel fabrication sectors
  • Fuel cycle supply-demand analysis, as well as detailed coverage of important new and existing fuel cycle supply sources in Central Asia, Africa, Canada, Australia and other regions
  • Extensive coverage of reactor newbuild programs, life extensions and safety upgrades
  • Local, national and international political dynamics impacting the industry
  • Extensive coverage of the IAEA, Nuclear Suppliers Group and national nonproliferation/export policies
  • Reactor financing, including government cost-recovery and loan guarantee programs, private-sector utility and vendor investment, and other forms of project finance
  • Key developments in spent fuel management and reactor decommissioning

Our nuclear coverage is available through the Energy Transition Service.

The Energy Transition Service delivers a comprehensive package of news, data, analysis and research to help you navigate the major risks tied to the rapidly shifting energy landscape.

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What's included in our nuclear coverage?
  • Reliable industry analysis
  • Nuclear newbuild markets
  • Nuclear fuel market report
  • Project and financing risks
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