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Corporate Japan continues to amp up on-site power in quake's wake

JX Nippon Oil & Energy is investing in power generation to be used for outside sales of electricity.

TOKYO -- Efforts by Japanese businesses to set up or expand their own power generation facilities following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck northeastern Japan in March 2011 have resulted in roughly 7 million kilowatts in additional power output capacity, equivalent to seven typical nuclear reactors.

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