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Tuesday, 13 Apr 2021


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Południowy Koncern Energetyczny SA, being a part of Tauron Polska Energia SA holding, is the second largest electrical energy generator in the country (4952.7 MWe, 2399.7 MWt) – the company has 14% share in the national installed capacity and 16% share in the local heat market.

PKE business operation covers:

-    generation;
-    electrical energy transmission and distribution;
-    heat generation and distribution.

In accordance with the Program for the Energy Engineering’ – there were four large power groups set up in the country. In May 2007, PKE became a part of the holding called Energetyka Południe which had been set up in December 2006 and which changed its name October 2007 to Tauron Polska Energia. Tauron owns 85% shares of our company.

Tauron Polska Energia SA is a holding in a capital group which is the second largest electrical energy generator in Poland and the largest electrical energy distributor  one of the biggest energy traders (as per data from 2007 to 2009. Tauron Group operates on 17% of the country territory, employs circa 28,000 people and is one of the largest business entities in Poland. Tauron Group net profit (acc. to IFRS) amounted to PLN 898.7 million last year with the sales income amounting to PLN 13.6 billion. The Group has assets in all elements of the value chain characteristic for the power sector (extraction, generation, renewable energy sources, distribution, and sales). Among others, the following companies are part of Tauron Group: Południowy Koncern Węglowy SA, Południowy Koncern Energetyczny SA, Enion SA, EnergiaPro SA, Enion Energia sp. z o.o., EnergiaPro Gigawat sp. z o.o., Elektrownia Stalowa Wola SA, PEC Katowice SA, EC Tychy SA, Combined Heat and Power Plant EC Nowa, PEC in Dąbrowa Górnicza and Tauron Ekoenergia sp. z o.o.

The task of research, "Development of coal gasification technology for high production of fuels and electricity" funded by the National Center for Research and Development within the strategic program of research and development: "Advanced energy generation technologies".