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Electricity consumption dipped 5.4 percent in August from a year earlier because lower-than-average temperatures cut demand.

The country’s power consumption dropped to 91.48 billion kwh, according to data released by the Electric Power System Council of Japan, which oversees grids throughout the country. Electricity demand typically peaks in August as users turn on air conditioners to stave off heat at homes and offices.

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