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Poland to embrace nuclear energy

19.11.2019 15:26
Polish and US officials, experts and businesspeople met in Warsaw at a Nuclear Industry Forum on Monday to discuss Poland’s plans to embrace nuclear energy.
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The country may conclude talks on financing its first nuclear power plant in a few months.

“It’s necessary for Poland to reduce its carbon emissions,” the Polish government’s pointman on strategic energy infrastructure, Piotr Naimski, said. “Nuclear power plants as well as wind farms generate no emissions, so we need to develop these sectors to stick to EU climate policy standards while still producing energy from coal for the next 20 to 25 years in Poland.”

Michał Owczarek reports.