The Polish government has announced that it plans to decide on a location for the country’s first nuclear plant site within two years.
“2 years to decide on the choice of where to build Poland’s first nuclear plant is an ambitious plan but sufficiently long enough to be feasible,” said Hanna Trojanowska, the government’s plenipotentiary for Nuclear Affairs.
“We will also carry out work connected with the choice of technology suppliers and method of financing,” she added.
According to the schedule of Poland’s nuclear program, a site for the first nuclear plant should be selected and a contract for its construction should be signed by 2016.
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