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Poland already preparing for nuclear plant, says energy minister

16 mei 2019

Poland is preparing to build its first nuclear power units in the Pomerania region in the north of the country, Energy Minister Krzysztof Tch├│rzewski told Polish Radio on 14 May. The government plans to build a nuclear power plant by 2033.

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