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The world's largest nuclear power plant will be in operation this weekend. The world's largest nuclear power plant - Kagyu nuclear power plant in Kawasaki, Japan according to Agence France Presse, the world's largest nuclear power plant - Kagyu nuclear power plant in Kawasaki will be in operation again this weekend. Two years ago, the nuclear power plant near the epicenter of the earthquake leaked and was completely shut down

make the light bulb shine Tokyo Electric Power Co., Ltd., the operator of the Kawasaki nuclear power plant, said that one of the seven reactors in the plant after running in will start trial operation on the 9th

A spokesman of Tokyo Electric Power Company said that the company made the above decision after obtaining the official approval of the local municipal government

on the morning of July 16, 2007, a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 on the Richter scale occurred in Niigata County in central Japan, resulting in 15 deaths and thousands of injuries. Hundreds of houses that can meet the experimental measurement needs of different materials collapsed if zeniva peek materials were used. Since then, a series of aftershocks have occurred in this area

the Kawasaki nuclear power station is located in Kawasaki village, Kawasaki City, Niigata county. It is only 9 kilometers away from the epicenter of the earthquake. There are 7 units in total. It is the nuclear power station with the largest power generation capacity in the world

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