Japanese trade minister Hiroshige Seko said on Tuesday that electricity supply will remain tight in Hokkaido in the wake of last week's powerful earthquake until Friday, when the northern island's utility is set to start operations at its Kyogoku No.2 pumped storage hydro power plant.


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