Fukuoka – Kyushu Electric Power Co. suspended the operation of a second reactor at its Sendai nuclear plant Wednesday as it will miss the regulators’ deadline to implement anti-terrorism measures, following a halt of the other unit at the complex in March.
The No. 2 reactor at the Sendai plant in Kagoshima Prefecture went offline in the afternoon ahead of the Thursday deadline for the completion of anti-terrorism steps.
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