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