The government of Poland plans to invest $40bn in building six nuclear reactors over the next 20 years. It currently has none. The announcement was made on Tuesday 8 September by Michał Kurtyka, the country’s climate minister (pictured). Poland wants to cut its dependence on coal, which currently fuels about 75% of its electricity generation, and generate half its electricity from zero-emission sources by 2040.
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