Great interest among domestic companies in participating in the construction of the first Polish nuclear power plant during the "Supplier Day" organized in Gdynia by Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ), Westinghouse Electric Company and Bechtel
The "Supplier Day" event was attended by more than 150 representatives from 70 Polish companies operating in Pomerania. The main topics dicussed at this conference included the procurement process for the construction of the first nuclear power plant in Poland and the requirements for companies interested in participating in this project. The second day of the event was dedicated to bilateral meetings of representatives of Polish contractors and suppliers with the Westinghouse-Bechtel consortium.
On 26 October, the Head of the Pomorskie Voivodeship informed about issuance of the Location Decision for the first nuclear power plant in Poland. It will be located in Pomerania, in the commune of Choczewo, at the "Lubiatowo-Kopalino" site. The Location Decision is one of the most important administrative decisions required to begin construction.
Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ), Westinghouse and Bechtel are organizing a “Supplier Day” for companies from the Pomerania region that want to be involved in the construction of Poland’s first nuclear power plant
On October 24-25, Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) in cooperation with Westinghouse Electric Company, Bechtel and the Chamber of Commerce for Energy and Environmental Protection (IGEOS) are organizing a two-day “Supplier Day” conference in Gdynia.
The event, under the honorary patronage of the Government Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure, brought together some 70 companies from Pomerania interested in participating in the nuclear power plant project.
On 27 September, Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) and the consortium of Westinghouse and Bechtel signed the Engineering Services Contract for the first nuclear power plant in Poland. Under the document, a design/engineering documentation for the first Polish nuclear power plant to be built in Pomerania will be developed together with experienced American partners.
On 19 September 2023, the General Director for Environmental Protection issued the decision on environmental conditions for the first nuclear power plant, which will be built in Pomerania at the Lubiatowo-Kopalino site in the territory of the Choczewo commune.
The decision issued by the authority is a key permit obtained in the investment process, as subsequent administrative approvals, including the location decision and the construction permit, must be consistent with the terms and conditions contained in the decision on environmental conditions.
On 22 August 2023 Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) submitted an application to the Head of Pomorskie Voivodeship for issuing a location decision for Poland’s first nuclear power plant, to be built in Pomerania, in Choczewo commune. It is one the key milestones in the administrative process leading to the start of construction of a nuclear facility.
Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe will fund preparation of a design for a new access road to the beach in the Choczewo commune
On 18 August 2023, Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe concluded an agreement with the office of the Choczewo commune to finance the design documentation for a new access road to the beach from Słajszewo in the Choczewo commune. The project of a new road is related to the planned construction of a nuclear power plant in this region.
The Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meeting of Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe sp. z o.o. appointed the following persons to the Management Board of the Company as of 15 August 2023:
Mateusz Berger as President of the Management Board
Radosław Adach as Vice-President of the Management Board
Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe and Warsaw University of Technology signed a cooperation agreement to train personnel for the nuclear sector
Exchange of experience, development of joint scholarship programs and internships for the best students are the main areas of future cooperation between Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe (PEJ) and the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT). The cooperation agreement between PEJ and WUT was signed on 7 August 2023 at the main building of the university.
Under the “Multiannual Program" adopted by the Government of the Republic of Poland, the Maritime Office in Gdynia (UMG) will build a Marine Off-loading Facility next to the site of the first nuclear power plant in Poland
In June, the Government of the Republic of Poland adopted the Multiannual Program, which ensures funding for key investment projects in Pomerania associated with the strategic energy projects. The Program funds will be used to build a new railway line, a new national road and a Marine Off-loading Facility (MOLF). An agreement defining the principles of cooperation on the construction of this structure was signed on 19 July 2023 by Polskie Elektrownie Jądrowe and the Maritime Office in Gdynia.