Preparations pick up pace for Poland’s first nuclear plant

Preparation of the legislative ground and seeking a potential site for Poland’s first nuclear power plant have lasted for many years. Polska Grupa Energetyczna has been appointed by the Polish government as a company in charge of preparing and implementing the first nuclear power plant in Poland. New organisational units are being established to facilitate future education of the staff and control of the facility.
Based on preliminary research, PGE may not be able to fund the construction of the first nuclear power plant in Poland on its own because of its involvement in other investment plans developing other power generating capacity. Therefore, the project’s costs, which were initially estimated at PLN 35bn-55bn (€8.2bn-12.9bn), can be shared between several entities that could possibly contribute to the project.

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