Energa Group is one of Poland’s four major energy groups, with a leading position in the Polish market with regards to the share of electric energy produced from renewable sources in total own production. The Group’s basic operations include the production, distribution and trading in electricity and heat and the sale of natural gas.
ENERGA Group is the third largest integrated distribution system operator (DSO) in Poland in terms of the volume of energy supplied. Its distribution grid consists of 191,000 km of power lines and covers almost 75 km2, (75 000) i.e. ca. 24 percent of the area of Poland.
At the end of 2020, the total installed generation capacity in the Group’s power plants was approximately 1.4 GW.
In 2020 the Group generated 3.2 TWh of gross electricity, relying on a mix of sources such as coal, water, wind, biomass, and photovoltaic energy. In the entire 2020
The Energa Group owes its strong position in terms of the percentage of renewable electricity in the total energy mix primarily to the generation of energy in hydro- and wind power plants. Green energy is produced by 46 hydro power plants, 6 wind farms and biomass-fired installations (in Energa Elektrownie Ostrołęka and Energa Kogeneracja) as well as two photovoltaic installations.
As at the end of 2020, the Group had 0.5 GW of renewable capacity, with a gross production of electricity totalling 1.4 TWh throughout the entire 2020.