* Says will take a while to finish repairs * Asks users to save power during peak demand period (Adds detail, comments) TOKYO, June 16 (Reuters) - Japan's Tohoku Electric Power Co does not expect its quake-hit Onagawa nuclear plant to be restarted this year, the company said on Friday. It said it would take a while to complete repairs. All three reactors at Onagawa plant with a total capacity of 2,174 megawatts were automatically shut when the March quake and tsunami devastated the ...
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