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The Polish government has endorsed a proposal by Rolls-Royce to construct nuclear power plants in the country. Rolls-Royce SMR expressed its approval of the announcement by the Polish industrial group, Industria, which will facilitate the approval process for building Rolls-Royce Small Modular Reactor (SMR) power plants in Poland.

In a statement, Rolls-Royce SMR highlighted that obtaining a Decision in Principle marks the initial step toward deployment. This decision requires input from several government departments. Recently, Polish Minister of Climate and Environment, Paulina Hennig-Kloska, provided the final necessary opinion, confirming that the investment would have a positive impact. This opinion followed endorsements from the Polish Minister of State Assets, the Chief of the Polish Internal Security Agency, and Poland’s Chief Geologist.

With all required documentation now in place, the Polish Minister of Climate and Environment can issue a Decision in Principle to proceed with the deployment of Rolls-Royce SMRs in Poland. Minister Hennig-Kloska emphasized that this investment is in the public interest and aligns with Poland’s energy and climate policies, a sentiment echoed by other supporting government agencies.

This decision enables Rolls-Royce to advance its commercial and technical discussions on deploying its SMR power plants in Poland. Each self-contained, factory-built unit is capable of providing low-carbon energy to a million homes for over 60 years.

Alan Woods, Director of Strategy and Business Development at Rolls-Royce SMR, welcomed the government’s conclusion. He stated, “We are delighted the Polish Government has concluded that the deployment of our unique ‘factory-built’ nuclear power plants would have a positive impact for the country, and we look forward to a Decision in Principle to deploy Rolls-Royce SMRs in Poland.”

Rolls-Royce SMR is also on track to complete Step 2 of the Generic Design Assessment by the UK nuclear industry’s independent regulators this summer, further solidifying its position as a leader in the European nuclear sector.