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Tokyo Electric Power Co. and nine other utilities emitted 13 percent more carbon dioxide after burning fossil fuels to meet higher demand and make up a shortfall from the closure of the world’s biggest nuclear plant.

The 10 power generators emitted 417 million tons of carbon dioxide in the year that ended in March, compared with 369 million tons a year earlier, according to a calculation by Bloomberg News using data released by the utilities.

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