Polish PGE postpones decision on nuclear power plant, brown coal mine 03/08/2018 | By Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor

Instead, company shifts focus to offshore wind energy

Poland’s largest electricity supplier PGE has decided to postpone its decision regarding the construction of a nuclear power station and the construction of a brown coal open-pit mine, M-Brain reported. Thus, the decision on the nuclear unit will be taken after 2020.

Instead, the group made a major shift in its strategy by announcing plans to build offshore wind mills with a combined capacity of 1,000 MW by the middle of the next decade. The wind energy project is expected to cost between PLN 12 billion and PLN 14 billion, M-Brain added.

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Original source: M-Brain - News Monitoring
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