Now the most important thing in the world is weather.
The weather on the ｇrid-connection day ( or "system interconnection" day?) was perfect blue sky but that was followed by a string of cloudy and rainy days, so we are yet to experience full capacity operation. Waiting for the next blue sky.
On the picture below is Tepco employee in the midst of grid connection procedures. I have no idea what he was doing and he didn't look like he wanted to be asked. Hence, no caption to the picture.
The next picture is the power plant shortly after it was connected to the grid and started generating electricity at around noon. (Yes, it does look the same as before, but well...)
And here's the same place on the next day, November 28. With this darkness the amount of electricity produced is almost zero. Photons, you're welcome back any time! Soon!