Japan’s power generation mix is changing, as the world’s largest LNG importer prefers cheaper thermal coal over regasified natural gas. By 2030, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) projects coal will have a 26% share of Japan’s energy mix, just behind natural gas with 27%. Nuclear is seen account for 20% to 22% and renewables will cater for about a quarter of overall electricity supply.
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