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Japan plans to restart 10 nuclear reactors

The Japanese authorities are going to restart about ten inactive nuclear reactors this summer, when the demand for electricity will increase.

As the The Japan News citing a government source, Tokyo will announce a new energy plan defining nuclear power as "an important and primary source of electricity that forms part of the country's infrastructure." At the same time, the operation of nuclear reactors will be resumed only after the safety of the nuclear power plant is confirmed by the Department of Atomic Supervision.

Recall that, at the moment, none of the 48 nuclear reactors in the country are operating in Japan.

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