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Nuclear power to be less than 20% of Japan’s energy mix in 2030: sources

The Japanese government is planning to set the target for the ratio of nuclear power generation to the country’s total electricity production in 2030 a little below 20 percent, compared with 28.6 percent in fiscal 2010, when the Fukushima nuclear crisis occurred, sources said Monday.

The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, which is close to major manufacturers, had been aiming to set a goal of 20 percent or more, viewing promoting renewable energy as costly.

But Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government has leaned toward the view it would be difficult to win public support in its energy policy if the target ratio of nuclear power is set at the 20 percent level as seen before the crisis.


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