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Japan’s Last Nuclear Reactor to Go Off-line

Nation faces electricity shortfalls if nuclear power is not restored

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Japan’s Last Nuclear Reactor to Go Off-line

Special Report: Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Power

Editor's Note: This is part of the IEEE Spectrum special report: Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Power.
 

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