TEPCO releases plans to restart first nuclear power plant within next 24 months

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TEPCO submitted a new restructuring plan to the central Japanese government industry minister Yukio Edano on Friday.

The utility is hoping to raise its power rates for households by around 10 percent, cut costs worth nearly 41 billion dollars over the next decade and restart its nuclear power plant in Niigata Prefecture in or after 2013.

On Friday, the Tokyo metropolitan government, the top TEPCO shareholder, demanded the utility fully disclose information so a third party can examine the calculation base for electricity rates.

 

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  1. The Japanese Gang controlled Utilities are getting desperate since Ex-PM Kan is starting to get ever more followers that want to shutter ALL Japanese reactors ASAP…

    This is yet another attempt to placate the Japanese people into thinking that somehow more Gov’t, edicts will remove the RISK of yet more Fukushima’s because it is now proven that Nature can destroy any land based nuclear reactor, any place anytime 24/7/365!

    These Leaders are in Nuclear Denial*…

    * http://is.gd/XPjMd0

    The illogical belief that Nature cannot destroy any land based nuclear reactor, any place anytime 24/7/365!

  2. RE: the Tokyo metropolitan government, the top TEPCO shareholder, demanded the utility fully disclose information so a third party can examine the calculation base for electricity rates.

    SICK that the Gov’t. wants to know about rate increase justifications, while overall safety is NO BIG DEAL…

    This proves that the Gang controlled Utilities are really running the country!

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