Japan’s operating rate for commercial reactors sank to a record low of 23.7 percent in fiscal 2011, the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum said in a recent report.
The operating rate, which is also known as the capacity utilization ratio, is defined as the amount of power actually produced divided by the total power capable of being generated by all of the nation’s reactors.
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