The plan for the nation's ninth basic energy policy for the years 2020-2034 calls for raising the share of renewable energy out of its power generation to 40 percent by 2034 from the current 15.1 percent.

The Ninth Electricity Plan aims to further accelerate the transition from fossil fuels and nuclear power to renewables by generating electricity in 2034 by: 17% nuclear, 15% coal, 32.3% natural gas, and 40% renewables. The draft targets suggest significant upward revisions in shares of natural gas and renewables and a downward revision of coal shares compared to the Eighth Electricity Plan for 2030 (23.9% nuclear, 36.1% coal, 18.8% natural gas, and 20% renewables).