Słajszewo in the commune of Choczewo will still have access to the beach during the upcoming tourist season


Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe inform that regardless of the ongoing geological works, related to the nuclear power plant design, they have taken into account the voices of the residents of the Pomeranian region and decided to keep the forest road to the beach in Słajszewo accessible to tourists and residents during the upcoming tourist season.

Geological surveys to be commenced in Pomerania in May as part of the design process for the first nuclear power plant


Under the Engineering Services Contract (ESC) signed by Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe with the consortium of Westinghouse and Bechtel, Bechtel Polska company is starting an in-depth geological survey at the site of Poland’s first nuclear power plant in Choczewo commune in Pomerania. The area designated for the survey has been properly prepared, and the so-called mobilization, that is setting up of lab facilities, will last until the end of April. The surveys will start in May.

Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe with approved Geological Works Plan for the nuclear power plant in Pomerania


The document obtained by Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe enables the commencement of in-depth geological surveys on the site of the first nuclear power plant in Poland. The decision issued by the Ministry of Climate and Environment confirms that the Geological Works Plan submitted by PEJ meets the requirements for this type of investment projects and complies with applicable laws. This is another important task accomplished in the permitting process of the entire project.