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Japon: les énergies renouvelables vont doubler d'ici 2025

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Au Japon, la capacité installée va passer de 317.5 GW (2014) à 390 GW d'ici 2025. Dans ce mix, les énergies renouvelables vont plus que doubler : de 37,8 à 83,3 GW.

Communiqué de Global data (30/09/2015)

"Renewables Will Boost Japan's Installed Capacity to 390 Gigawatts by 2025, says GlobalData

LONDON, UK (GlobalData), 30 September 2015- Japan's cumulative installed capacity will rise from 317.5 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to an estimated 389.8 GW by 2025, representing a moderate Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 1.9%, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.

The company's latest report* states that while thermal sources will contribute the majority of installed capacity, with an expected overall share of 54.7%, other renewable sources (excluding hydropower) will more than double by the end of the forecast period.

Renewable installed capacity will increase from 37.8 GW in 2015 to 83.3 GW by 2025, rising at a CAGR of 8.2%, representing the largest growth in Japan's energy sector.

Chiradeep Chatterjee, GlobalData's Senior Analyst covering Power, says: "Despite the new Japanese government's rethink on the decision to phase out nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster, there is still a focus on promoting renewable power, not only to reduce reliance on the nuclear sector but also to tackle the huge cost of importing natural gas and oil.

"A new feed-in tariff system introduced in July 2012 will drive renewable installed capacity growth, as utility companies must purchase power from renewable energy sources, including solar, wind, small hydro, geothermal and biomass, at pre-set premiums for up to 20 years."

The analyst adds that, as a consequence, higher rates for renewable power are being passed on in the form of inflated power bills, which adds extra burden to the consumer.

By contrast, thermal power will continue to be a major contributor to Japan's power mix, with installed thermal capacity forecast to reach 213 GW by 2025, according to GlobalData.

"While gas will be the dominant thermal source, contributing 36% of thermal capacity by 2025, coal is expected to witness the highest capacity growth after 2020, increasing at a CAGR of 4% between 2021 and 2025," the analyst concludes.

*Japan Power Market Outlook to 2025, Update 2015 – Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape



This report provides analysis on Japan's power market structure, with historical and forecast figures for generation, capacity and consumption from 2000 to 2025. It also includes details of the Japanese power market's regulatory structure, import and export trends, competitive landscape and power projects at various stages of the supply chain.

This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

For guidelines on how to cite GlobalData, please see: http://www.globaldata.com/QuotingGlobalData.aspx


GlobalData is a leading global research and consulting firm offering advanced analytics to help clients make better, more informed decisions every day. Our research and analysis is based on the expert knowledge of over 700 qualified business analysts and 25,000 interviews conducted with industry insiders every year, enabling us to offer the most relevant, reliable and actionable strategic business intelligence available for a wide range of industries."
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