December 8, 2022

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Nuclear Progress: Poland allows South Korea to build a second nuclear power plant

Nuclear Progress: Poland allows South Korea to build a second nuclear power plant

South Korea, the Asian tech superpower, plans to build a second nuclear power plant in Poland, a member state of the European Union. The two countries came to an agreement on this day.

Why is this important?

Poland is one of the most coal-dependent economies in the European Union. In 2020, the central European country produced nearly 70 percent of its energy from fossil fuels. But as the European Union has tightened climate targets, and in order to reduce dependence on the Russian energy system, the Poles are turning to increasingly on atomic energy; It is low in carbon and has an enormous energy density.

the essenceThe Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Corporation (KEPCO), a state-owned nuclear power plant, signed a letter of intent with Polish utility companies PGE and ZE PAK earlier today, the South Korean Ministry of Energy said in a press release.

  • The consortium will provide several APR-1400 . reactors Building near ZE PAK coal plants in Patno.
  • ZE PAK, owned by billionaire Zygmunt Solorz, mainly produces energy from lignite, but

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