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  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)
  •  - Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Boy uses magnifying glass to look at screen at a nuclear museum beside Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki

    Posted: 5/5/2011 4:48:28 AM EST
    A boy uses a magnifying glass to look at a screen showing the amount of carbon dioxide emissions to generate electricity in various ways, at a nuclear museum beside the Chubu Electric Power's Hamaoka Nuclear Power Station in Omaezaki, Shizuoka Prefecture, May 5, 2011. Chubu Electric Power Co said it is not committed to its presumed July restart of the No.3 reactor at its Hamaoka plant in central Japan while comments by the area's prefectural governor suggest political obstacles may delay the restart. The Hamaoka plant, 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Tokyo, sits near an active earthquake zone that the government has forecast carries an 87 percent chance of producing a magnitude-8 or stronger earthquake in the next 30 years. The screen showing (in a clockwise) coal-fired thermal power, nuclear power, oil-fired thermal power, wind power, gas-fired power generation and water power. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY POLITICS)