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A Restart for Japan’s Energy Policy?

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July 2013 looks set to be a key month for Japan's energy policy following more than two years in which the country's overall energy policy has been in a state of flux. On July 21st, Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) won a convincing majority in the country's Upper House elections which will provide the government with a stronger mandate to implement longer-term energy policy. This followed the application on July 8th by several Japanese power utilities to restart nuclear...

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  • PWR reactors listed by company and start year of operation (* indicates application made for restart)
  • BWR and Advanced BWR reactors listed by company and start year of operation (^ indicates ABWR)

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  • Reactor Type by Power Utility
  • Reactor Type by Power Utility & Unrisked Capacity
  • Corporate & regional reactor type and reactor application status

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