Kagoshima gov. hints during dropping ask to hindrance reactors’ operation

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20:12 9 Sep 2016

KAGOSHIMA, Japan, Sept. 9, Kyodo

Kagoshima Gov. Satoshi Mitazono suggested Friday he will give adult on his office to have Kyushu Electric Power Co. immediately postpone a operation of dual reactors during a chief energy plant in a southwestern prefecture after a utility’s boss again deserted a request.

“Thinking realistically, time is brief before (the reactors will go through) unchanging checkups,” Mitazono pronounced when asked by reporters either he will ask a application again to immediately hindrance a operation of a reactors.

A roughly two-month-long unchanging checkup is scheduled to start for a Nos. 1 and 2 reactors during a Sendai plant from Oct. 6 and from Dec. 16, respectively, during that a plant’s operation will be suspended.

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