Then There Were 4, Soon To Be 3

TEPCO shut down a reactor at Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear power plant. This leaves 4 nuclear reactors operating in Japan.
On the 27th of January the #2 reactor at the Shimane nuclear power plant will shut down for maintenance, leaving 3 in operation.

The three that remain are:

Kansai Electric – Takahama No.3, 870 MW – Planned maintenance from February 20, 2012

Tokyo Electric – Kashiwazaki-Kariwa No.6, 1,356 MW – Planned maintenance from March 10, 2012

Hokkaido Electric – Tomari No.3, 912 MW – Planned maintenance from April-May 2012


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