Two Polish power companies have established a special-purpose vehicle (SPV) that will represent Poland in talks with South Korea's KHNP on the construction of Poland's first nuclear plant.
Decisions on the location and the lead contractor for Poland’s third nuclear power plant can be expected within the next few months, a government minister said on Tuesday.
The Polish government adopted a resolution on building large-scale nuclear power plants (NPPs) in Poland confirming the choice of US firm Westinghouse as the technology provider for the country's first NPP, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has announced.
South Korea’s state-owned energy company Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP) is willing to make a direct financial contribution to the Polish nuclear project, deputy CEO Seung Yeol Lim has told PAP.
The American supplier of nuclear products and technologies Westinghouse will work with several Polish firms on Poland's nuclear energy programme.
South Korea’s state-owned energy company KHNP has said it is set to make an offer to the Polish government to build six APR1400 nuclear reactors with a total installed capacity of 8.4 GW in Poland.