Poland launches owner's engineer, site licensing nuclear tenders

Poland's largest power utility, Polsksa Grupa Energetyczna (PGE), has launched two tenders related to the construction of the country's first two nuclear power plants.
According to World Nuclear News, the first tender is for a ten-year, 1.25bn zloty ($435.7m) contract to provide technical advice as the owner's engineer to support the investment programme.
The second contract, worth 120m zloty, is to provide environmental analysis, site characterization and licensing services. The contract notices were published in the 5 February edition of the Official Journal of the European Union.

PGE said that it plans to construct two plants, each with a capacity of 3000 MW.

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