Nuclear Economics Consulting Group (NECG)

NECG provides advice and strategy on economic and business issues facing the nuclear power industry, with a focus on the interaction between nuclear power and the electricity industry.

NECG capabilities range from nuclear power project procurement and financing to nuclear waste strategies.

Insightful analyses of nuclear project economics are needed to:

  • Evaluate new nuclear project business models and financing approaches
  • Structure nuclear projects, PPAs and related arrangements
  • Support positions in nuclear industry legal and regulatory disputes
  • Review government and regulator decisions about nuclear power projects
  • Develop and implement effective nuclear industry strategies

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  • TVO anticipates loading fuel into OL3 in late 2018 April 20, 2018
    Finnish utility Teollisuuden Voima Oyj said it plans to start loading fuel into the core of the Olkiluoto 3 EPR in the autumn, once an operating licence has been granted. However, the company said it is awaiting confirmation from the Areva-Siemens consortium that start-up of the unit is still scheduled for May 2019.
  • US brings accident-tolerant fuel target nearer April 20, 2018
    The US Nuclear Energy Institute reported yesterday that coordination among the various entities involved in the development of accident-tolerant fuels has "progressed to the point that all stakeholders now agree on the feasibility of a 2023 timeline". Citing speakers at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's 12 April briefing on ATF, the NEI said US research, development […]
  • Canada considers participation in Iter fusion project April 19, 2018
    Canada has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Iter Organisation to explore how Canada can participate in the project to construct the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor. The fusion reactor - construction of which began in 2010 - is scheduled to achieve first plasma in 2025.