Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office: Annual Report 2012-13

Appendices, list of requirements, glossary

Appendix A World Nuclear Energy, July 2013

Table 17: World Nuclear Energy, July 201335

Operating Reactors
% of Total
Electricity
in 2012
Reactors under
Construction
Total
Capacity (GWe)
Total
Capacity (GWe)
United States*
100
98.6
19.0
3
3.4
France*
58
63.1
74.8
1
1.6
Japan*
50
44.2
2.1
2
2.7
Russian Federation*
33
23.6
17.8
10
8.4
Republic of Korea*
23
20.7
30.4
5
6.3
India
20
4.4
3.6
7
4.8
Canada*
19
13.5
15.3
0
0
China33*
18
13.8
2.0
28
27.8
United Kingdom*
16
9.2
18.1
0
0
Ukraine
15
13.1
46.2
2
1.9
Sweden*
10
9.4
38.1
0
0
Germany*
9
12.1
16.1
0
0
Spain*
8
7.6
20.5
0
0
Belgium*
7
5.9
51.0
0
0
Czech Republic*
6
3.8
35.3
0
0
Taiwan36*
6
5.0
18.4
2
2.6
Switzerland*
5
3.3
35.9
0
0
Finland*
4
2.8
32.6
1
1.6
Hungary*
4
1.9
45.9
0
0
Slovak Republic*
4
1.8
53.8
2
0.9
Pakistan
3
0.7
5.3
2
0.6
Argentina*
2
0.9
4.7
1
0.7
Brazil
2
1.9
3.1
1
1.2
Bulgaria*
2
1.9
31.6
0
0
Mexico*
2
1.5
4.7
0
0
Romania*
2
1.3
19.4
0
0
South Africa
2
1.9
5.1
0
0
Armenia
1
0.4
26.6
0
0
Iran
1
0.9
0.6
0
0
Netherlands*
1
0.5
4.4
0
0
Slovenia*
1
0.7
36.0
0
0
United Arab Emirates
0
0
0
2
2.7
TOTAL
434
370.4
N/A
69
67.3

Source: IAEA Power Reactor Information System (PRIS), Reactor Status Reports, www.iaea.org/pris (as of July 2013).


35 Countries having bilateral agreements with Australia covering use of AONM are marked with an asterisk. These countries operate 392 power reactors, which produce around 11 per cent of total world electricity and about 94% of world nuclear energy.

36 Supply of AONM to Taiwan is covered by an agreement between Australia and the United States.