| Higashidōri Nuclear Power Pl, Fugen Nuclear Power Pl, Ōma Nuclear Power Pl, Shimane Nuclear Power Pl, Shika Nuclear Power Pl|1982 initial application for permission to build the plant
1983 Analysis halted
1994 the mayor of Maki called for the mothballed plan to be revisited. During the same year there was a local referendum.
1995: Mayor resigns, replaced with anti-nuclear mayor
1996: Anti-nuclear mayor holds referendum, townspeople veto reactor
1999: Ghost town land sold to anti-nuclear faction
2003: Pro-nuclear minority loses Supreme Court battle, Tohoku Electric announces application will be withdrawn
2 February 2004 withdrawal of application
Maki Nuclear Power Plant Wikipedia
The Maki Nuclear Power Plant (巻原子力発電所, Maki genshiryoku hatsudensho) was a proposed nuclear power plant in Maki in Niigata Prefecture but the application was withdrawn. It would have been operated by the Tōhoku Electric Power Company.
The site was a former village that had been buried in sand and became a ghost town in 1971.