Japan’s 54 reactors-just over 6% of its total nuclear capacity-are in operation after the Fukushima accident forced the closure of active reactors for safety checks. The lastest closure came on Friday when a reactor at a plant near the Japan Sea was shit down for inspection. Without approval for restarts, all Japan’s reactors could all be shut by the end of April, boosting the use of fossil fuels and adding more than $30 billion a year to energy costs, according to government estimate.
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