POLAND'S NUCLEAR INVESTMENT $60 BLN
BLOOMBERG - 18 November 2019 г - After at least a decade of preparations, coal-reliant Poland may be one step away from embarking on its biggest power project ever, with talks on securing the $60 billion in financing entering the final stretch.
The country is seeking a foreign investor for a 49% stake in the company that will be responsible for building and operating six reactors, Piotr Naimski, a top government official in charge of strategic energy infrastructure, said on Monday. The scale of the project may be a burden for PGE SA, Poland's largest power utility, whose shares dropped.
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