Executive Summary

March 2011
United States Power Report;2011, p6
Industry Profile
The article presents an outlook for the U.S. power industry in 2010. It forecasts an increase in the country's power consumption and an increase in the gas-fired generation from an estimated 847 terawatt-hour (TWh) to 930 TWH. The U.S. nuclear generation in 2010 is expected to reach 833 TWH by 2015 with a total U.S. generation share easing from 19.6 percent to 19 percent over the period while the country's nuclear generation is expected to grow by 0.4 percent per annum between 2007 and 2035.


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