Polish court orders re-examination of PGE's $3.7 bln investment

WARSAW, Oct 2 (Reuters) - A Polish court on Tuesday ordered a re-examination of the 11.6-billion zloty ($3.7 billion) investment in new power units by Poland's top utility PGE , further delaying the construction project keenly awaited by troubled local builders.

Earlier this year PGE had to delay its investment in the construction of two 900-megawatt coal-fired units in Opole, the largest in Poland's power sector to date, after a court blocked an environment clearance for construction.

The consortium to build Opole includes Poland's beleaguered builder Polimex , Rafako , a unit of another troubled builder PBG , and Spanish Acciona's Polish unit Mostostal Warszawa . ($1 = 3.1733 Polish zlotys)

(Reporting by Maciej Onoszko; writing by Adrian Krajewski)

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