#TAURON’sGreenTurn

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Renewable energy sources

In accordance with the TAURON Group’s Strategic Directions Update, we are expanding the line of business dealing with electricity generation from renewable sources. This means that we are changing our generation mix to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the future.

- 50%
CO2 emissions until 2030

#TAURON’sGreenTurn

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Electromobility

We have established cooperation with ING Bank Śląski and KGHM Polska Miedź to construct infrastructure for charging electric vehicles, develop car sharing services and carry out environmentally friendly activities. Electromobility is an element of the innovation ecosystem built by TAURON.

29
charging stations

#TAURON’sGreenTurn

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Our employees

We seek to retain existing employees and attract new employees to our organization, provided that their competences are in line with our business needs. We create a work environment that supports innovation. We create opportunities for continuous professional development of our staff.

26,086
employees


Results

In 2019, we increased revenues and generated a solid EBITDA which exceeded market expectations.

Key indicators
20.5
mld
PLN
Sales revenues and compensations
4.1
mld
PLN
Capital expenditures

As part of the implementation of the assumptions of TAURON’s new green policy, the TAURON Group acquired 5 wind farms in September 2019 with a total installed capacity of 180 MW, and as a result of the deal the Group’s installed capacity in wind-based technology was doubled.

Kluczowe wskaźniki
2.5
GW
capacity from renewable sources by 2030
30.4
thousand
connected RES micro-installations in 2019

Last year, our activities were focused on the pursuit of the TAURON Green Turn strategy. We put in considerable effort into environmental issues and strengthening our competitive advantage in the customer area.

Key indicators
83%
Value of the customer
satisfaction index
158
initiatives supported
by the TAURON Foundation

The TAURON Group maintains a stable financial position, which has been confirmed by a BBB rating with a stable outlook awarded by Fitch.

The Group significantly increased the scale of electricity generation from renewable energy sources.

TAURON’s Green Turn calls for investments in onshore wind farms and photovoltaic farms and involvement in the construction of offshore wind farms.

Updated Business Model

It comprises the supply of electricity, natural gas and related products to end consumers. The supply operations are conducted nationwide and, on a smaller scale, on the Czech and Slovak markets.

13.2
TWh
Sales of electricity from own production

It comprises electricity wholesale trade as well as trade and management of CO2 emission allowances, property rights from certificates of origin and fuels.

These operations are conducted by TAURON Polska Energia S.A. and TAURON Czech Energy s.r.o. The Trade Line of Business also includes the procurement of biomass and the utilization of mining and burning by-products carried out by Bioeko Grupa TAURON sp. z o.o.

It comprises electricity distribution using the distribution grid located in the south of Poland.

5,651
thousand
final consumers
57
thousand
km2
line of business

It comprises heat and electricity generation, distribution and supply, using co-generation sources.

3
Combined heat and power plants

It comprises electricity generation using renewable energy sources, except for biomass burning.

9
wind power plants
34
hydro power plants

It comprises electricity generation using conventional sources (also through the biomass burning process).

12.7
TWh
Net electricity production

It comprises mainly hard coal mining, enrichment and sales to utility-scale power plants and individual customers.

3
Coal mines

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