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Japan’s power industry group has asked member companies to rethink their plans for plutonium-thermal power generation because they are unlikely to meet their current targets for adopting the technique, sources said Thursday.

The move by the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan is likely to affect national nuclear policy because the so-called pluthermal generation is necessary if Japan is to achieve its goal of launching a sustainable atomic power cycle.

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