SPECIAL REPORT-Power crunch puts Japan Inc to the test

ent is
considering the reintroduction of daylight saving, which Japan
briefly adopted during the U.S. occupation after World War II.

It might also raise prices for peak-time power use to try to
balance out supply and demand, a trade ministry official, who
declined to be identified, said last week.

TEPCO estimates it can squeeze 54 gigawatts of supply out of
its network by summer, up from around 35 gigawatts now,