Enea SA

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Enea SA
Spółka Akcyjna
Traded asWSEENA
WIG30 Component
IndustryEnergy
FoundedPoznań, Poland
2 January 2003
Headquarters,
Key people
Mirosław Kowalik President[1]
Piotr Adamczak VP of Trade
Piotr Olejniczak VP of Finance
Zbigniew Piętka VP of Corporate Affairs
ProductsElectric power and heat
RevenueIncrease PLN 441,442,578
Number of employees
288 (Enea SA) (2015)[2]
14,957 (Enea Group) (2015)
Websitewww.enea.pl

Enea is a Polish power industry company based in Poznań. Enea is the fourth largest energy group in Poland. As of December 2017, its share in the domestic electricity sales market was 13%.[3]

Business areas[edit]

Enea Sa, operates in sectors of the energy market:

  1. coal mining (Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka SA)
  2. generation of electricity (Enea Wytwarzanie sp., whose main asset is Kozienice Power Plant)
  3. distribution (Enea Operator sp.)
  4. energy trade (Enea SA - retail trade, Enea Trading sp. - wholesale trade)

Enea also conducts business in other areas of generation, distribution and sale of heat (MPEC Białystok, MEC Piła, PEC Oborniki) and lighting services (Enea Oświetlenie sp.).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Enea SA" (in Polish). enea.pl. Retrieved 11 December 2017.
  2. ^ Report CSR in 2015
  3. ^ "Branża energetyka i ciepłownictwo" (in Polish). polityka.pl. Retrieved 11 December 2017.