Japan Power Use Drops to 17-Year Low Amid Slump in EconomyBy
Electricity demand falls 2.7% to 806 terawatt hours in 2015
Stagnant economy, high prices seen encouraging conservation
Power usage in Japan dropped last year to the lowest level since 1998 as households and businesses conserved electricity amid a stagnant economy and shrinking population.
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