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Poland’s first nuclear plant to be built on the Baltic
November 28, 2011   
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Zarnowiec - one of three possible sites for Poland's first nuclear plant
Power utility PGE selected Zarnowiec, Gaski, and Choczewo, all located in northern Poland on the Baltic, as potential locations for its planned first nuclear power plant, CEO Tomasz Zadroga told a news conference.

The process of choosing final location will be decided in 2013, after all the studies are conducted, PGE nuclear unit's COO Jacek Cichosz said at the conference.

PGE may seek partners for its nuclear power plant project or do the whole project on its own, but either way plans to retain at least 51% share, CEO Tomasz Zadroga said.

PGE was selected by the Polish government as the investor for the first Polish nuclear plants. Government plans assume PGE will build two plants with total generation capacity of 6,000 MW.
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