IAEA: Poland is ready to build a nuclear power plant

Luc Williams

IAEA: Poland is ready

“International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) @iaeaorg assessed Poland as ready to implement the next phase of the Polish Nuclear Energy Program (PEJ Program), i.e. the construction of the first nuclear power plant,” the ministry wrote on its profile on the X platform (formerly Twitter).

It was recalled that this assessment is the result of an 11-day visit of #NIR2 2 of the IAEA, i.e. the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR).

The IAEA team of experts presented recommendations and suggestions to help Poland achieve further progress in the development of nuclear infrastructure and readiness to build the first nuclear power plant in the country.

Update of the Polish nuclear energy program

Last week, Minister of Climate and Environment Paulina Hennig-Kloska announced that it was official update of the Polish nuclear energy program (PPEJ) will be carried out by mid-year.

Polish Nuclear Power Plants is responsible for preparing the investment process and acting as an investor in the project of building nuclear power plants with a total installed capacity of approx. 6 to approx. 9 GWe based on safe, proven, large-scale, pressurized water nuclear reactors of generation III(+).



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