On Monday, the website of the Pomeranian Voivodeship Office in Gdańsk announced that the Pomeranian Voivode, Dariusz Drelich, issued a decision to indicate the location of the investment – the construction of a nuclear energy facility.
Let us remind you that in July this year, the investment received a basic decision from the Ministry of Climate and Environment. This meant that the project was consistent with the public interest and the state’s energy policy.
In August this year Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) submitted an application to the Pomeranian Voivode for a location decision. This decision provides PEJ with the right to the land necessary to build the investment both on land and at sea. It also specifies the properties that will be covered by the investment and specifies the investment implementation conditions, including technical, environmental, conservation and fire protection conditions.
As part of the Polish Nuclear Energy Program, it is planned to build two nuclear power plants – the power plant in Pomerania is the first of them. PEJ is responsible for the implementation of the investment – a special purpose vehicle established to coordinate the construction process.
In December 2021, 100% owned by to the State Treasury, PEJ indicated the seaside location of Lubiatowo-Kopalino in the Choczewo commune as the preferred location for the first Polish nuclear power plant, which is to be built using AP1000 Westinghouse technology and consist of three units. According to the current schedule, construction will begin in 2026, and the first unit will be launched in 2033. (PAP)-
author: Krzysztof Wójcik