The dispute over nuclear power plants concerns the future of the Polish energy sector

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– This opinion is also shared by the European Commission, and its experts decided that the nuclear power plant can be a source of sustainable energy – says Wojciech Jakóbik, editor-in-chief in an interview with MarketNews24. – On one side is France and Poland, but at the same time Austria and Germany, which would like to stop nuclear energy and report the postulate of removing the atom from Europe.

This discussion can be very relevant for Polish energy sector. If Poland chooses an energy partner and creates a financial model for the construction of a nuclear power plant, it will have to receive the “green light” from the EC for the investment, under the notification procedure, for this form of public aid.

– It will be necessary to consult Poland’s neighbors to determine the impact of the atom on the natural environment and there is a problem with the Green Party in Germany, which argues that the atom in Poland may explode and the radioactive cloud will be directed to German territory – explains W. Jakóbik.

– There will be political forces that will torpedo Polish nuclear energy project and it is at the stage of obtaining the consent of the European Commission, which is why we should start diplomatic activities now – he adds.

On the other hand, the Polish government has to decide that we really want to build nuclear power plants with a capacity of 6-9 gigawatts.

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