In response to a large-scale water leak at an intake facility in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, the thermal power generation company "JERA" cannot see an increase in industrial water supply at the "Hekinan Thermal Power Station" in Aichi Prefecture. We announced that we will stop operation in some areas from the day.

There is no problem in securing supply capacity.

In response to a large-scale water leak that occurred at an intake facility in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, the output of "JERA" at the "Hekinan Thermal Power Station" in Hekinan City, Aichi Prefecture is about half because the supply of industrial water is decreasing. I kept it down and continued to drive.



However, JERA announced that it will stop operation of Units 3 and 5 of the five generators from the 25th, saying that it is necessary to further reduce the use of water because it is not expected that the supply of industrial water will increase. Did.



According to JERA, Unit 2 is already stopped, and the remaining Units 1 and 4 will continue to operate at about half the output.



According to JERA, "Since it is not the time when electricity demand is high, it is possible to secure supply capacity by operating other power sources."

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