02 ENEA Group

Directions of development

As a responsible utility group, we conduct and develop our business in such a manner that we not only achieve our business objectives but also satisfy the social needs and minimize the negative impact on the environment.

We are committed to a sustainable and responsible transformation towards zero- and low-emission energy sources and a greater diversification of the existing value chain. We are constantly adjusting to the market environment, e.g. by developing innovative technologies and new business lines.


ENEA provides reliable products and services to its customers by building lasting relationships based on respect for the environment and shared values.


ENEA is a leading supplier of integrated products and services valued for quality, comprehensive approach and reliability.

Environment and key stakeholder expectations

Value creation

Competitive advantages

Climate protection

Green energy

Financial stability

Energy security

In connection with the changes in the immediate and further surroundings of the company and the fuel and energy sector (in terms of regulations and market conditions), rapid progress of technology in all areas of the value chain, the need to respect the environment and support the European Union’s climate objectives, as well as in response to stakeholder expectations, on 16 December 2019 we updated our long-term development strategy. In accordance with the Development Strategy of the ENEA Group until 2030 with an outlook to 2035, the Group focuses on transformation to a low-emission concern and on investments in new products and services featuring advanced IT and digital solutions. The document contains the goals that the Group is to achieve in the short-, medium- and long-time horizon (up to 2025, 2030 and 2035, respectively).

Key directions for the Group’s growth

Transformation of generation assets towards zero- and low-emission sources,

Innovative services for customers,

Contemporary communication with customers and modern cooperation models,

Electromobility, hydrogen technologies,

Smart Grid – smart solutions for customers,

Automation, robotization and digitization of processes,

Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, blockchain,

Energy storage,

Sourcing of fuels in accordance with best practices and respect for the environment.

These development directions form a foundation which is used to define strategic objectives for the Group.


Continuous growth of the value of the ENEA Group, while ensuring sustainable development.

Our strategic objectives:

Diversification of the Group’s generation portfolio

Reliability and continuity of electricity supply

Responsible partner in sustainable management of relations with local communities, the environment and customers

Ensuring financial security of the Group

Innovativeness in all aspects of the Group’s activity

Implementation of the Strategy will have a significantly positive impact on the Polish economy, social and natural environment.

Expected effects of the Strategy implementation

Objective to be achieved 2025 2030 2035
CO2 emission factor 550 kg CO2/MWh 434 kg CO2/MWh
Share of RES in electricity production 22% 33%
Share of zero-and low-emission generation sources in the Group’s total electricity production 22% 41% 60%
Sales of electricity 24,8 TWh
Share in the Polish market of sales of electricity 14% 15%
Installed capacity 7 447 MW 8 287 MW 9 672 MW
Share in the market of coal sales to the commercial energy sector 25% 30%
An increase in EBITDA as compared to 2018 35% 39%
The share of R&D&I expenditures in the ENEA Group’s total capital expenditures 2%

Capital expenditures

64PLN bn

till 2035, of which PLN 22 bn to finance new generation capacity, supporting our transformation into a low-emission concern

ENERGA Group’s Strategy vs. climate

In early 2020, ENEA S.A. entities responsible for strategic management, growth management, risk management and social responsibility started internal consultations regarding the possibility of conducting analyses of the climate impact of the company’s business model and vice versa (both positive and negative) as well as analyses of resilience of the business model and strategy, taking into account various climate-related scenarios. As at the date of publication of this report, no final executive decisions have been made in this matter.

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