"The governor of Fukushima Prefecture has lashed out at the central government's handling of the proposed restart of the Oi nuclear reactors in Fukui Prefecture."
-- Something important to note here is that thanks to the Fukushima accident, nuclear power is turning into an issue that creates rifts between the central government and local governments (such rifts until now have largely been confined to that between Okinawa Prefecture and the national government over US military bases).
It'll be interesting to see how the fear of blackouts and the fear of nuclear disaster weigh against each other in the near future. Corporations have put the government on notice that they are prepared to relocate overseas if there isn't sufficient electric power (apparently they haven't noticed that there's hardly a country on the planet without electric power problems). That threat has the government running scared. -- Rice Farmer