Koreans in Pomerania lobbying for nuclear power plant project

The first Polish nuclear power plant is to be built in the Choczewo commune in Pomerania. The Korean company KHNP, whose representatives have already visited the commune and transferred the subsidy, is applying for participation in the project.

The first Polish nuclear power plant is to be built in Pomerania near Wejherowo. The investor, Polskie Elektrownie Nucleowe, announced last week that the preferred location is the seaside location of Lubiatowo-Kopalino in the Choczewo commune in the Wejherowo district. The investor will now apply for the necessary administrative decisions to be able to carry out the construction.

The Korean company Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Company (KHNP) is applying for participation in the Polish project to build a nuclear power plant. In early December, its representatives met with Wiesław Gębka, the mayor of the Choczewo commune, where – as announced on Wednesday – a nuclear power plant is to be built. The representatives of KHNP then transferred a subsidy to co-finance the infrastructure and cultural and recreational offer.

The second meeting took place in the neighboring Krokowa commune. On the occasion of the visit and meeting with the mayor of the commune, Adam Śliwicki, KHNP made a donation for the development of cultural infrastructure and improvement of the cultural and recreational offer of the commune. The commune plans to equip the Volunteer Fire Brigade in Karlików and the local common room located in the Culture Center with the provided funds.

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