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Since the Fukushima nuclear crisis began a year ago, Japan’s energy supply mix has undergone a shakeup, with only two out of the nation’s 54 commercial nuclear reactors currently online and thermal power filling the gap.

The government is reviewing its overall energy policy, but a panel of experts given the task of drawing up options by this spring is deeply divided over the role nuclear power should play.

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