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An advisory panel to the industry ministry finalized four options for the nation’s future energy mix to be presented to the government as it prepares to compile a new policy this summer, the panel’s chairman said.

The options presented Monday call for the government to seek a society in which nuclear power represents either zero percent, 15 percent, or 20 to 25 percent of the nation’s electricity provision by 2030, compared with 26 percent in fiscal 2010.

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