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Refusing to learn the lessons from Chernobyl, Poland embarks on a rash nuclear power program via Beyond Nuclear International

By Beata Cymerman […] The Chernobyl disaster in Poland The government of Poland didn’t immediately release an official statement regarding the catastrophe. Poland was a satellite state of the Soviet Union. After the day of the explosion, April 26, no … Continue reading

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As Poland Exits Coal, a Billionaire Offers First Nuclear Plant via Bloomberg

By Maciej Martewicz and Konrad Krasuski Poland’s second-richest man may beat the government in building the nation’s first nuclear power plant. Michal Solowow’s Synthos SA, the second-largest European maker of synthetic rubber, signed a memorandum with GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy to build a small 300-megawatt … Continue reading

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Polish public supports nuclear plan via World Nuclear News

Public support for the construction of Poland’s first nuclear power plant has soared to 64%, but an independent Polish think-tank warns that public debate must be refocused away from current concerns about international political crises if that support is to … Continue reading

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Germans Oppose New Plants Next Door via Spiegel online

Germany famously moved to phase out nuclear energy following the atomic disaster in Japan last spring. Now states in the country are skeptically eyeing plans in neighboring countries, including the Netherlands and Poland, to construct nuclear power plants. They say … Continue reading

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GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Expands Workforce Training Collaboration with Poland via Nuclear Street

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Krakow-based engineering school AGH University of Science and Technology to collaborate in the training of a skilled nuclear engineering workforce that will be needed to help develop … Continue reading

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