Consortium Westinghouse-Bechtel to build the first nuclear power plant in Poland


Westinghouse and Bechtel, the world’s leading nuclear power sector companies, will form a consortium to design and build the nuclear power plant in Pomerania. The agreement that lays down the main principles of cooperation between PEJ and the consortium of American companies was signed on 25 May 2023 in Warsaw.

Changes in the Company's Management Board


As of 5 May 2023, Krzysztof Jackowski and Krystian Solawa were recalled from the Management Board of Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe sp. z o.o.

Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe company submits an application for a decision-in-principle for the first Polish nuclear power plant


On 13 April 2023, the Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) company has submitted an application to the Ministry of Climate for a decision-in-principle for the first Polish nuclear power plant, to be built in the Pomeranian region. This is another important step forwards to start the construction of the facility.

Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe, Westinghouse and Bechtel discuss closer cooperation in the project of the first nuclear power plant in Poland


Directions and principles of cooperation were the main subject of the talks between Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe, Westinghouse Electric Company and Bechtel Power Corporation that took place in Washington. The talks were attended by PEJ Acting President - Łukasz Młynarkiewicz, President of Energy Systems at Westinghouse Electric Company - David Durham, Bechtel  President and Chief Operating Officer - Craig Albert, and President of the Nuclear Power, Safety and Environment Segment at Bechtel - John Howanitz.

Changes in the Company’s Management Board


On March 17 2023, the Extraordinary Meeting of Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe Sp. z o.o. dismissed current President of the Management Board, Mr. Tomasz Stępień from the Company's Management Board at the same time entrusting the role of the Acting President to the current Vice-President of the Company, Mr. Łukasz Młynarkiewicz.

Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe sp. z o.o. is directly responsible for development of the investment process and site investigation as well as obtaining all necessary licenses and permits required for the construction of the first Polish nuclear power plant.