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11 March 2016

Takahama shutdown brings significant cost implications to Kansai Electric

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On Wednesday, March 9, a Japanese court in Otsu district, Shiga prefecture ordered the halt of Kansai Electric's Takahama No. 3 & 4 nuclear reactors (2x870 MW). Using Wood Mackenzie's granular dispatch approach, we have identified two areas that will have the greatest impact from the nuclear shutdowns for Kansai Electric: Cost of generation will be much higher without nuclear LNG and oil continue to fill in the gap

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  • Cost of generation will be much higher without nuclear
  • as LNG and oil continue to fill in the gap

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  • Japanese utility cost of generation (2017)

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