Holding Slovenske elektrarne

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Holding Slovenske elektrarne
Limited liability company (d.o.o.)
FounderGovernment of Slovenia
HeadquartersLjubljana, Slovenia
Productselectric power
OwnerGovernment of Slovenia

Holding Slovenske elektrarne (HSE) is a state-owned power generation company in Slovenia. It is the largest company in Slovenia and was established by a government decision on 26 July 2001. The company consists of hydroelectric plants based on the Drava, Sava, and Soča rivers and coal-fired power plants in Brestanica, Šoštanj, and Velenje.[1]

HSE has the following subsidiaries:

  • Dravske elektrarne Maribor (Drava Hydroelectric Plant in Maribor)
  • Savske elektrarne Ljubljana (Sava Hydroelectric Plant in Ljubljana)
  • Soške elektrarne Nova Gorica (Soča Hydroelectric Plant in Nova Gorica)
  • TE Brestanica (Brestanica Coal-Fired Power Plant)
  • TE Šoštanj (Šoštanj Coal-Fired Power Plant)
  • Premogovnik Velenje (Velenje Coal-Mining Company)
  • HSE Italia
  • HSE Balkan Energy
  • HSE Hungary[2]

On 28 August 2007 HSE acquired the Ruse Iztok Power Plant in Bulgaria for €81 million.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Government establishes largest Slovene company". STA news agency. 2001-07-26. Retrieved 2009-02-21.
  2. ^ "Slovenia. Energy Market Actors". Austrian Energy Agency. Archived from the original on 2011-07-23. Retrieved 2010-10-09.
  3. ^ "Slovenian energy company buys heating utility in Bulgaria for €81 million". International Herald tribune. 2007-08-28. Retrieved 2009-02-21.

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