As per the plans, initially three three units (of the nuclear power plant) would come up in 5-year intervals, with the first one in 2029 at the cost of 23-25 billion zlotys ($7 billion) per unit. One of the project’s major obstacles has been financing. State-run, Poland’s biggest power firm which was responsible for it, failed to take it to a decisive phase. In 2010, PGE set up a special vehicle for the project and in 2014 agreed to sell a third of its stake to three state-run companies - KGHM, Enea and Tauron. The energy ministry is now working on a new financing plan, which was supposed to be ready by end of June.