The Nuclear Power Programme in Poland
In January 2009, the Polish government adopted a Resolution on nuclear energy that indicates that in the 2020’s electricity should be generated by one or two NPPs. In January 2014, the government adopted the Nuclear Power Programme.
PGE, the state-owned company that will build Poland’s first NPP, expects the first reactors to be completed by 2025. A range of tenders are expected to be issued in 2016.
Warsaw, nurturing over 400 years of pride as a capital, is Poland’s largest city and an economic, political, and cultural centre. The symbol of the city is the Mermaid, featured on the city seal.
Warsaw is a perfect embodiment of changes that have taken place in Poland in the past 20 years. It is a city of many faces: a contrasting blend of past and present with the architectural landscape composed of historical and socrealist buildings neighbouring post-modern skyscrapers, cosy cafes and vibrant clubs, of historical Żoliborz and artistic Praga district, but most of all it is a thriving European capital. The city’s diversity and richness means that there is something for everyone.
ENC 2016 will take place in the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria. The conference center on the ground floor with over 1500 sqm meeting space will host the ENC 2016 exhibition, plenary sessions, some break-out sessions as well as the poster exhibition. Further break-out sessions will be organized in the Belweder and Saski rooms on the second floor of the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria hotel.
Sofitel Warsaw Victoria
00-065 - WARSAW
organised under the patronage of the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Poland