• PGE Group starts investing in photovoltaics


    PGE Energia Odnawialna a company of the PGE Capital Group has signed a letter of intent with Grupa Azoty Kopalnie and Zakłady Chemiczne Siarki „Siarkopol” on the construction of a photovoltaic farm. The project with the installed capacity of 5 MW and the annual production of 4.97 GWh, most likely to be implemented outside the auction system, will be constructed on ten hectares of post-mining land of Grupa Azoty Siarkopol in Osiek, in Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship.

  • PGE: a second modern power unit in the Opole Power Plant started to generate electricity


    The construction of new units 5 and 6 with a combined capacity of 1800 MW in the Opole Power Plant performed by GE Power, the consortium leader, is coming to an end. After the successful synchronization of unit No. 5 with the National Power System (KSE) in January 2019, the second new unit, i.e. unit No. 6 has been successfully synchronized with the grid today. In practice this indicates the start of production of electricity in accordance with stricter environmental requirements resulting from the BAT Conclusions.

    PGE - a second modern power unit in the Opole Power Plant started to generate electricity
  • PGE: successful issue of 10-year bonds


    • The PGE Group has issued bonds with a total value of PLN 1.4 billion
    • This is the first Poland's issue of bonds with 10-year investment horizon issued by an industrial enterprise
    • Double oversubscription confirms positive prospects for the company's development
    • According to Fitch Ratings, the issue represents a very low risk compared with other issues in Poland
  • PGE enters the forefront of the companies on the market of minute car rental


    PGE Nowa Energia, belonging to the PGE Group, informed about taking 51.47 percent of shares in 4Mobility, the third player on the Polish market of carsharing. In the long term this transaction will enable PGE to develop its minute car rental offer based on electric cars.

    4mobility - carsharing Warsaw
  • PGE together with the Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences for the benefit of tomorrow`s energy sector


    PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna has signed an agreement with the Energy Conversion and Renewable Sources PAS Research Center (KEZO) belonging to the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The aim of the signed agreement is the cooperation for the development of innovative, low carbon technologies that will support the transformation of the Polish energy sector. The KEZO Research Center in Jabłonna is currently the most modern research unit of this type in Poland and one of the most modern in Europe.

    PGE and The KEZO Research Center