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Mon, Oct 31 2016

Tepco still plans to sell bonds by March 2017 though Fukushima costs rise

TOKYO, Oct 31 Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings Inc (Tepco) still plans to sell bonds by the end of March 2017 even though costs are rising from decommissioning its Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, President Naomi Hirose told reporters on Monday.

Nikkei rises as dollar steady against yen; Tepco dives

TOKYO, Oct 17 Japan's Nikkei share average rose in choppy trade on Monday as the dollar was steady against the yen, while Tokyo Electric Power stumbled after an anti-nuclear candidate won a Japanese regional election.

UPDATE 4-Tepco shares slump after anti-nuclear novice wins Japan election

* Tepco vital to PM Abe's energy policy (Recasts with Tepco share move)

Outage cuts power to 350,000 households in Tokyo: Tepco

TOKYO A power outage after a fire an underground cable facility on the outskirts of Tokyo left some 350,000 households without electricity on Wednesday afternoon, but all power was restored in about an hour, Tokyo Electric Power said.

Fukushima operator to delay bond issue to 2017 -newspaper

TOKYO, Sept 27 Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, the operator of the crippled Fukushima-Daiichi reactor, is set to delay its first bond issue in about six years due to a higher-than-expected rise in costs related to decommissioning the nuclear plant, the Yomiuri newspaper said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-Sony and Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings will team up to offer smart home services - Nikkei

* Sony And Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings to offer all-in-one smart home service enabling households to track,control appliances' power usage - Nikkei

Glitch causes power usage data loss at Tepco unit - Nikkei

June 23 A unit of Tokyo Electric Power Co Holdings Inc (Tepco) lost track of electricity usage for about 6,400 households in Tokyo due to an apparent technical glitch, leaving new power companies unable to bill some customers, the Nikkei reported.

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