Is Nuclear Safe?

Disaster Awaits?

Disaster Awaits?

Carbon (coal) is the most commonly used resource in the Polish energy industry (with approximately 90% of all energy coming from it) but it is becoming a serious danger to the environment. Taking this into consideration, it would be wise for Poland to continue seeking for alternatives that would limit its use. Poland is currently focusing on using more renewable sources of energy, mainly wind farms and biomass power plants. According to the government programme of 2009, nuclear energy could join them soon. The first plant with power of 3000 MW could appear in Pomerania before 2030. According to the government, the nuclear programme would cost between PLN 40,000 and PLN 60,000. The Green Party already claims that government estimations are not correct.
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