The key trend in what is a largely unexciting Kazakh power sector is the rising importance of natural gas, which weforesee rising from 20.1% of power output in 2018 to 24.0% in 2028. However, coal will remain the dominant player, accounting for65.8% of power at the end of the forecast period. Renewables will struggle to gain serious traction and its contribution to poweroutput will remain below 1.0% on a 10-year view. The authorities have announced plans to utilise the country's enormous nuclearpotential - Kazakhstan is the biggest uranium producer in the world - but we do not envisage any capacity from this segmentcoming online before the end of our 10-year forecast period.
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