• PGE invites Polish businesses to offshore workshops: “Harness the strength of Baltic wind. Develop wind farms with us”


    PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna has extended an invitation to potential contractors to participate in online workshops on 18 June 2021. The branding campaign “Harness the strength of Baltic wind. Develop wind farms with us” encourages Polish firms to participate in PGE Group’s flagship investment project.

  • PGE: Second part of “Green Deal, not a Grim Deal” campaign goes live


    The second part of international information campaign “Green Deal, not a Grim Deal” was launched in Brussels on 8 June 2021. The campaign is an element of communication on the societal, economic and environmental effects of shutting down the Turów mine in an unplanned and uncoordinated manner.

  • PGE Group: Just transition for Bełchatów region becoming a fact


    The Marshall of Łódzkie Voivodship has published a Territorial Just Transition Plan, which contains the dates for turning off energy generation units at the Bełchatów plant and an end date for lignite mining in the Bełchatów region. The development of a Territorial Just Transition Plan for the Łódzkie Voivodship is a mandatory requirement in the process of seeking EU funding for the region.

  • PGE publishes non-financial statement


    PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna has published its non-financial statement for 2020 in an online format. It depicts PGE Group’s management approach to environmental, employee and social matters and respect for human rights. This is the first time that PGE Group has published its approach to climate risk.

  • PGE Group financial and operating results for Q1 2021


    PGE Group has published financial and operating results for the first quarter of 2021. The segments Conventional Generation, District Heating, Distribution and Supply recorded higher results than in the same period last year, while the Renewables segment noted similar results despite much weaker wind conditions. The financial results were significantly influenced by revenue from the Capacity Market, which amounted to PLN 667 million.