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日本最后一座核电厂停止生产

An aerial view shows Kansai Electric Power Co's Ohi nuclear power plant's No. 4 reactor (front) in Ohi, Fukui prefecture, in this file photo taken by Kyodo July 19, 2012. Japan is set to be nuclear power-free, for just the third time in more than four decades, and with no firm date for re-starting an energy source that has provided about 30 percent of electricity to the world’s third-largest economy. Kansai Electric Power Co's Ohi No.4 reactor is scheduled to be disconnected from the power grid late on September 15, 2013, and then shut for planned maintenance. It is the only one of Japan's 50 reactors in operation after the nuclear industry came to a virtual halt following the March 2011 Fukushima disaster. REUTERS/Kyodo (JAPAN - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT. NO

日本大饭核电站

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因例行设备检查,日本国内目前唯一运行的大饭核电站(Ohi nuclear plant)即将停止工作。这样,从当地时间下周一早晨开始,日本再次成为不再生产核电的国家。上一次是2012年5月至7月间。自2011年3月发生福岛核电站灾难性事故以来,全日本50座核电厂实施了严格的安全标准。虽然日本的核电占全部能源消耗的30%,但在没有核电的日子里,日本较好地经受了考验。许多煤炭和天然气发电场重新开工,日本国内没有出现电荒现象。不过,在福岛附近,核辐射程度仍然超标。