Zygmunt Solorz and Michał Sołowow unite. Two of the three richest Poles decided to start a joint venture aimed at building a nuclear power plant in Pątnów. The power plant will operate on the basis of American technologies, the so-called small modular reactors (SMRs).
“The joint work of both entrepreneurs may help Poland transform energy from dirty energy to environmental energy and provide Polish citizens with clean and cheap energy” – we read in the statement sent to our editorial office. ZE PAK plans to invest in 4 to 6 SMR type reactors with a capacity of 300 MW each.
We need cheap and clean energy to be able to develop as a country and society. Corn is a clean and ecological source of energy And we linked this project to Michał. The common goal, a clean and competitive Poland, is worth taking on the challenge and I am convinced we can achieve this together – said Zygmunt Solors, owner, among others, of Polsat and ZE PAK, which will be the lead investor.
Solorz will be supported by Synthos, which belongs to the richest tycoon of the last Forbes rating by Michał Sołowow. This company already has experience building small modular reactors.
– If we want to develop at a rapid pace and become a society that is getting richer, attracting new foreign investments to us, We must have affordable energy. I am very pleased to be able to carry out this project with a distinguished and experienced Polish businessman and colleague, Zygmunt Solorz. Synthos plays two roles in this project: as an investor and supplier of technology – added Michał Sołowow.
I remember it as stated On Business Insider Polska two weeks agoZygmunt Solorz has abandoned building the reactor in Russia.
July reports by Polityka Insight that it belongs to Zygmunt Solorz ZE PAK together with the Hungarian group MWM will become shareholders in the Baltic nuclear power plant In the Kaliningrad region electrification market. However, later it turned out that the project did not succeed, but on its own Solors decided to make this type of investment in Poland.
ZE PAK is another company that has announced its willingness to invest in nuclear energy in SMR technology. Setos was the first to announce such a plan. A few months later, the company Signed a cooperation agreement in this field with Orlen. A few weeks ago, join the pool of potential SMR users Joined the KGHM, whose boss confirmed that the copper company was analyzing its own clean energy production potential Just like this.
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