Isshu: The current energy crisis highlighted the vulnerability of Japan's energy system, because Japan relies on fossil fuel imports heavily. The marginal cost of generation from fossil fuel has gone up quite a lot which impacted the power prices. So, I think the lesson learnt here is that the Japanese government should acknowledge the benefit of scaling up renewables because once renewables are built, they don't require fossil fuel for operation. Having said that, one concern nowadays is the rising use of hydrogen co-firing, ammonia co-firing, and CCUS in the fossil fuel plants. This is another way of tackling the current crisis, but following the pathway means that Japan needs to keep import fossil fuels from other countries, which does not help in Japan's energy security in the long run.