Kyushu Elec warns of summer power shortage as 2 reactors shut


TOKYO, May 19 (Reuters) - Kyushu Electric Power Co warned of power shortages this summer for its service area where several car and chip-making assembly lines are located, as two reactors shut for maintenance are not likely to be operating by the end of June Unless the two reactors at its Genkai nuclear plant in Saga prefecture come online by the summer, Kyushu Electric's power generation capacity could fall short of demand by around 15 percent, a company spokeswoman quoted President ...

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