Japanese Power Plants Damaged or Closed by Earthquake

The following is a table showing nuclear and thermal power plants in Japan halted or damaged by the earthquakes on March 11. Capacity figures are in megawatts.

NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
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Company              Unit   Capacity   Status
 Plant Name
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Tohoku Electric
 Onagawa             No. 1   524       Cold Shutdown
                     No. 2   825       Cold Shutdown
                     No. 3   825       Cold Shutdown
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Tokyo Electric
 Fukushima Dai-Ichi  No. 1   460       Fuel Rods Damaged
                     No. 2   784       Fuel Rods Damaged
                     No. 3   784       Fuel Rods Damaged
                     No. 4   784       Reactor Building Damaged
                     No. 5   784       Cold Shutdown
                     No. 6   1,100     Cold Shutdown

 Fukushima Dai-Ni    No. 1   1,100     Cold Shutdown
                     No. 2   1,100     Cold Shutdown
                     No. 3   1,100     Cold Shutdown
                     No. 4   1,100     Cold Shutdown
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Japan Atomic Power
 Tokai Dai-Ni                1,100     Cold Shutdown
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THERMAL POWER PLANTS
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Company       Unit   Capacity  Status         Fuel Type
 Plant Name
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Tohoku Electric
 Sendai       No. 4   446     Shut on March 11  LNG

 Shin Sendai  No. 1   350     Shut on March 11   Fuel Oil
              No. 2   600     Shut on March 11   Fuel Oil,
                                                 Crude Oil, LNG

 Haramachi    No. 1   1,000   Shut on March 11   Coal
              No. 2   1,000   Shut on March 11   Coal
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Tokyo Electric
 Hirono      No. 1    600      Shut for Maintenance
                                           Fuel Oil, Crude Oil
             No. 2    600      Shut on March 11
                                           Fuel Oil, Crude Oil
             No. 3    1,000    Shut for Maintenance
                                           Fuel Oil, Crude Oil
             No. 4    1,000    Shut on March 11
                                           Fuel Oil, Crude Oil
             No. 5    600      Shut for Maintenance  Coal

 Hitachinaka No. 1    1,000    Shut on March 11      Coal

 Kashima     No. 1    600      Shut for Maintenance
                                           Fuel Oil, Crude Oil

             No. 4    600      Shut for Maintenance
                                           Fuel Oil, Crude Oil
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Joban Joint Power (Owned By Tokyo Electric and Tohoku Electric)
 Nakoso      No. 6    175      Idled in 2010       Fuel Oil
             No. 7    250      Shut on March 11      Coal
             No. 8    600      To Restart in July    Coal
             No. 9    600      To Restart in July
                                                Coal, Fuel Oil
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Kashima Kyodo Electric (Owned By Tokyo Electric and Sumitomo
Metal Industries)
 Kashima     No. 1    350      Restarted April 16
                                  Blast Furnace Gas, Fuel Oil
             No. 2    350      Idled in 2010
                                  Blast Furnace Gas, Fuel Oil
             No. 3    350      To Restart in Summer
                                  Blast Furnace Gas, Fuel Oil
             No. 4    350      To Restart in Summer
                                  Blast Furnace Gas, Fuel Oil

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Total capacity of halted or damaged units: 24,791 megawatts.

Sources: Tokyo Electric Power Co., Tohoku Electric Power Co., Japan Atomic Power Co., Joban Joint Power Co. and Kashima Kyodo Electric Power Co.

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