Japan has restarted its sixth and seventh nuclear reactors this month, according to the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum.
On 16 March reactor 3 at the Ohi plant became the country’s first reactor with more than 1 GW of capacity to be restarted.
Kansai Electric Power will conduct a series of tests while increasing output at Ohi.
The company expects to complete the Nuclear Regulation Authority’s pre-service inspection in April, when the reactor will return to full operations.
The seventh reactor to restart was...
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