How does China carve up the post-700billion nuclea

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How can China carve up the post-700billion nuclear power market

threatened by the nuclear power accident in Japan, the nuclear finance ministry and the Ministry of housing and urban rural development all over the world jointly issued the implementation opinions on accelerating the development of green buildings in China. RTVU countries began to take a cautious attitude towards nuclear power, and all countries stopped or slowed down their nuclear programs. In the next 30 years, the global nuclear power investment of $200billion will also be affected, and the follow-up investment of another $500billion will be even more slim. As the world enters the post nuclear power era, how can China divide it up? Wu Donghua, a consultant of the Chinese enterprise going global research center of the Ministry of Commerce and a world economist, believes that global power, which can carve up $300billion, has the opportunity to preempt the investment market in the international copper electrode battery market

Mr. Wu Donghua first believes that at present, China is in the leading position in the world in the field of thorium power, and thorium power is safer, cleaner and cheaper than nuclear power. Replacing nuclear power is becoming a key tool for China to enter the post nuclear power market

second, affected by the nuclear leakage, the national call for slowing down nuclear power is getting louder and louder. In recent years, domestic new energy sources such as wind power, solar power generation, biological power generation, etc. have made great progress. Although it can be properly repaired when necessary, it has no big advantage compared with the world's advanced countries, but the development space cannot be underestimated

third, nuclear power accidents have led to a large number of thermal power and hydropower projects in developing countries. In this way, China's hydropower and thermal power equipment will expand exports due to low costs. In addition, it will drive the expansion of exports of wire, cable, transformer and household electrical equipment after dam construction project contracting and power generation

what competitors will China encounter in dividing up the global $700billion post nuclear power market

Mr. Wu Donghua believes that the carbon dioxide emitted by natural gas power generation is only half of that of coal-fired power. Therefore, some natural gas powers such as Russia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Canada, the United States and other congresses consider using natural gas to generate electricity instead of coal-fired hydropower. As the United States obtains shale gas technology, the United States will become a strong competitor. However, natural gas power generation has certain limitations. Generally speaking, the natural gas in our country is abundant and the exploitation cost is low, and the exploitation volume is large. If you rely on imported natural gas to generate electricity, it will be a little expensive. This makes countries with relatively small natural gas production still rely on hydropower and thermal power. And the soaring oil makes the cost of diesel power generation rise, which also restricts diesel power generation

China can seize the opportunity of industrialized waste heat power generation in developing countries. Now China has begun to enter the 150billion yuan transformation market of industrial waste heat power generation, which has good practical experience in guiding the machinery and equipment of manufacturing industry in developing countries how to invest cheaply and how to carry out waste heat power generation at the same time, We calculate that China's overseas market will also generate 150billion yuan of waste heat power generation, which is equivalent to 20billion US dollars

how much can China share in the $700billion post nuclear power market

Mr. Wu Donghua believes that a small number of countries such as the United States and France still use nuclear power, and it is reasonable to allocate $100billion. It is reasonable to allocate $100billion for natural gas power generation, $150billion for tidal power generation, $150billion for geothermal power generation, $150billion for thermal power and hydropower, and $200billion for thorium power generation. In this way, China will carve up $70billion in the global $100billion market for wind and solar power generation, $10billion in the amateur thermal power generation market, $100billion in the hydropower and thermal power market, $120billion in the thorium power generation market, plus $70billion + 10billion + 100billion + 120billion =300billion. China will carve up 43% of the market in the post nuclear power era

to sum up, China originally carved up 20% of the investment in the global power generation market. After the nuclear power accident in Japan, China is expected to carve up more than 40% of the global power generation market, achieving a doubling effect. China's market share is exactly the market share lost by French nuclear power. China is expected to gain a share of nearly $300billion in the $700billion market in the era of global post nuclear single 1 extensive plastic granulator as a combination and intelligent plastic granulator

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