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Kazuya Ikeda, office manager of the Tsuchiyu-Onsen tourist association, explains the future location and logistics of a planned geothermal plant to produce electricity from the town's volcanic hot spring waters, in Tsuchiyu-Onsen, in Fukushima prefecture, Japan, on Tuesday 24th July 2012. The geothermal plant is planned to be working and producing electricity by spring of 2012, and it is expected will produce 250 Kilowatts per hour, which is 1/4 of the town's needs. The project is costing 300million yen, and will take 7 years to recoup it's costs.
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