Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe - summary of recent local activities


Meetings with residents and local authorities, participation in summer events across the villages and communes and organisation of Summer Information Points in popular tourist destinations are some of the most important publicity activities organised by PEJ through the summer. A Support Program for Social Initiatives was also launched in March this year, with an annual budget of PLN 2.3 million, to assist the financing of local projects.

Construction of the nuclear power plant discussed with residents of Pomerania


Information meetings conducted by the investor in the first half of April were held in Słajszewo, Sasin, Jackowo and Kopalin, i.e. in the Choczewo municipality, indicated by Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe as a preferred location for the first nuclear power plant in Poland. Their main purpose was to present the most important information on the investment as included in the so-called environmental report  The document was submitted to the General Director of Environmental Protection on March 29.

Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe Sp. z o. o. submits the Environmental Impact Assessment Report for the First Nuclear Power Plant in Poland


The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report for the nuclear power plant to be constructed in Pomerania has been submitted to the General Director for Environmental Protection (GDOŚ) on 29 March 2022. This means that it is now possible to resume the proceedings to obtain the Environmental Decision.

Preferred site of the first Polish nuclear power plant indicated by investor


A coastal commune of Choczewo has been selected as the preferred site where the first Polish nuclear power plant is to be built. The site named “Lubiatowo-Kopalino” has been chosen on the basis of  detailed site investigation and environmental surveys conducted since 2017, on a scale unprecedented in Poland, proving that the site meets all the environmental requirements set out for such facilities, and is safe for residents. Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe will now apply for the necessary administrative decisions.

New company name: Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe sp. z o.o.


On 15 June 2021, an amendment to the Articles of Association of PGE EJ 1 was entered into the National Court Register (KRS). According to the present wording of the Articles of Association, the Company runs its business as Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością (Polish Nuclear Power Plants limited liability company), or PEJ sp. z o.o. for short. The new legal name is applicable as of the date of its registration in the KRS.

Update of the Polish Nuclear Power Program


The Polish Cabinet passed a resolution updating the Polish Nuclear Power Program (PNPP). The document includes a schedule of the first nuclear power plant construction and determination of the PNPP scale.

Attitudes of the residents of site communes towards a nuclear power plant construction


Results of the opinion survey conducted by PBS Sp. z o.o.from October to November 2019

Attitudes of the residents of site communes towards nuclear power


PGE EJ1 periodically surveys the attitude of residents of the site communes towards an NPP built in their vicinity. The results of the most recent surveys show that as much as 69% of residents that live in the site communes support the construction of an NPP in Poland, up from 67% last year.

Site characterisation related to the construction of the first Polish NPP will be performed in the „Lubiatowo-Kopalino” and „Żarnowiec” sites. PGE EJ 1 leaves the „Gąski” site.


PGE EJ 1, the Company responsible for execution of the investment in the first Polish NPP, will perform full site characterisation work in two sites in the Pomeranian voivoideship: „Lubiatowo-Kopalino” (Choczewo commune, Słajszewo and Jackowo villages) and „Żarnowiec” (Krokowa and Gniewino communes).

Environmental Scoping Report


Document available for download