Poland’s PGE seeks potential partners for nuclear plant project
Poland’s biggest utility PGE has begun a new round of meetings to find partners to invest in and provide technology for the country’s first nuclear reactor, a step forward for a project that has struggled to get off the ground. Poland originally planned to launch a 3 gigawatt nuclear plant by 2023 and to then double that capacity by 2030 to reduce its dependence on highly polluting coal. The company, which is leading the PLN 50 billion ($15.96 billion) nuclear project, said it would also begin talking to potential partners about capital investment and support services in the first years after the plant begins operation. The meetings are scheduled to finish by the end of May.
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