Japan Has 17,580 Megawatts of Nuclear Capacity Online: Table

Japan, the world’s third-biggest user of nuclear power after the U.S. and France, has 19 reactors operating with combined capacity of 17,580 megawatts, or 36 percent of the total, data compiled by Bloomberg News show.

The following is a table of the status of the 54 nuclear reactors operated by Japanese power companies. Capacity figures are in megawatts.

COMPANY
UNIT  CAPACITY  STATUS
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Hokkaido Electric Power Co.
Tomari
No. 1   579     Shutdown for maintenance until September
No. 2   579     Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Aug. 27
No. 3   912     Running. Testing since March

Tohoku Electric Power Co.
Onagawa
No. 1   524     Shutdown after quake, tsunami
No. 2   825     Shutdown before quake, tsunami
No. 3   825     Shutdown after quake, tsunami
Higashidori
No. 1   1,100   Shutdown before quake, tsunami

Tokyo Electric Power Co.
Fukushima Dai-Ichi
No. 1   460     Core meltdown after quake, tsunami
No. 2   784     Core meltdown after quake, tsunami
No. 3   784     Core meltdown after quake, tsunami
No. 4   784     Reactor building damaged after quake, tsunami
No. 5   784     Shutdown before quake, tsunami
No. 6   1,100   Shutdown before quake, tsunami
Fukushima Dai-Ni
No. 1   1,100   Shutdown after quake, tsunami
No. 2   1,100   Shutdown after quake, tsunami
No. 3   1,100   Shutdown after quake, tsunami
No. 4   1,100   Shutdown after quake, tsunami
Kashiwazaki Kariwa
No. 1   1,100   Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Aug. 6
No. 2   1,100   Shutdown after 2007 quake
No. 3   1,100   Shutdown after 2007 quake
No. 4   1,100   Shutdown after 2007 quake
No. 5   1,100   Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Jan. 25
No. 6   1,356   Running. Maintenance shutdown due by end March
No. 7   1,356   Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Aug. 23

Chubu Electric Power Co.
Hamaoka
No. 3   1,100   Shutdown to strengthen quake/tsunami defenses
No. 4   1,137   Shutdown to strengthen quake/tsunami defenses
No. 5   1,380   Shutdown to strengthen quake/tsunami defenses

Hokuriku Electric Power Co.
Shika
No. 1    540    Shutdown due to malfunction
No. 2    1,206  Shutdown for maintenance through late August

Kansai Electric Power Co.
Mihama
No. 1    340    Shutdown for maintenance. Restart not decided.
No. 2    500    Running. Maintenance shutdown by Dec. 18
No. 3    826    Shutdown for maintenance. Restart not decided.
Ohi
No. 1    1,175  Running. Testing since March
No. 2    1,175  Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Dec. 16
No. 3    1,180  Shutdown for maintenance. Restart not decided
No. 4    1,180  Running. To shut for maintenance on July 22
Takahama
No. 1    826    Shutdown for maintenance. Restart not decided
No. 2    826    Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Nov. 25
No. 3    870    Running. Maintenance shutdown due by Feb. 20
No. 4    870    Running. To shut for maintenance on July 21

Chugoku Electric Power Co.
Shimane
No. 1    460    Shutdown for maintenance. Restart not decided
No. 2    820    Running. Maintenance shutdown by late January

Shikoku Electric Power Co.
Ikata
No. 1    566    Running. Maintenance shutdown by early Sept.
No. 2    566    Running. Maintenance shutdown by mid-January
No. 3    890    Shutdown. Restart delayed

Kyushu Electric Power Co.
Genkai
No. 1    559    Running. Maintenance shutdown by December
No. 2    559    Shutdown for maintenance. Restart delayed
No. 3    1,180  Shutdown for maintenance. Restart delayed
No. 4    1,180  Running. Maintenance shutdown by December
Sendai
No. 1    890    Shutdown for maintenance. Restart not decided
No. 2    890    Running. Maintenance shutdown by September

Japan Atomic Power Co.
Tsuruga, Fukui
No. 1    357    Shutdown for maintenance through March
No. 2    1,160  Shutdown May 7 because of radiation leak
Tokai Dai-Ni
No. 1    1,100  Shutdown after earthquake, tsunami
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Sources: Hokkaido Electric, Tohoku Electric, Tokyo Electric, Chubu Electric, Hokuriku Electric, Kansai Electric, Chugoku Electric, Shikoku Electric, Kyushu Electric, Japan Atomic Power.

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