Zygmunt Solorz and Michal Solowow invest in a nuclear power plant in Patnow
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Two Polish billionaires, Zygmunt Solorz and Michał Solowow, are starting a joint project that will result in the construction of a nuclear power plant in Pątnów based on the assets of ZE PAK. The project involves the construction of 4-6 small SMR reactors, each with a capacity of 300 MW.
These units will be built on the basis of GEH BWRX-300 technology, as well as other American SMR technologies. Synthos, the company in which Sołowow is the main shareholder, is participating in this project both as an investor and as a technology provider. This investment will be implemented at the Pątnów Power Plant, and as it uses the existing electricity infrastructure, the project has a good chance of success.
Solorz and Sowolow focus strongly on green energy solutions and emphasize the importance of clean energy not only for climatic but also for economic reasons. As Europe’s production hub, Poland needs stable, emission-free energy sources. Affordable energy sources are necessary to attract foreign investors and to ensure the country’s rapid development.
ZE PAK plans to abandon coal-based energy production by 2030.