Poland’s First Nuclear Power Plant will be Ready in 2033

The government has made a decision on the most important Polish energy endavour.


Poland’s government has approved plans for its first nuclear power plant, to be built using American technology, with the first three reactors set to go live by 2033. Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) company has been granted key approval, marking a step towards the nation’s energy sovereignty and supply stability. The power plant will be located in the Pomorskie province, and its design and construction will be undertaken by US firms Westinghouse and Bechtel. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2026. In addition, Poland’s state-controlled and largest private energy companies have teamed up with South Korea’s KHNP to build another nuclear plant. Poland’s overall nuclear energy strategy plans for six reactors with a total capacity of 6-9 GW. 
Source: polskieradio.pl

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