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08 Mar 2018, Gergana Bencheva, EMIS Editor

Polish PGE postpones decision on nuclear power plant, brown coal mine

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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