Slovenské elektrárne

The main activity of Slovenské elektrárne, a.s. is the production and trading of electricity. In terms of available installed capacity, this is the largest energy generating company in Slovakia and one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe. It also produces and sells heat and provides subordinate grid services.

Slovenské elektrárne, a.s., has 4,175.92 MW of gross capacity in an ideal production mix of nuclear, hydro and heat sources. The company operates 31 hydroelectric power plants, 2 nuclear, 2 thermoelectric and 2 photovoltaic installations.

Their goal is safe, reliable, efficient and competitive production, sale and trade in electricity and heat; safe management of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel with a constant reduction of the negative impact on the environment of production processes. The company produces up to 90% of electricity without CO2, mainly due to hydro and nuclear energy.

The company's mission is to produce and supply safe, storage and environmentally friendly energy for all customers. The company's vision is to be the safest, most innovative and competitive energy producer in Central and Eastern Europe, creating value for customers, shareholders and employees.

Slovenské elektrárne

SLOVENSKÉ ELEKTRÁRNE a.s. is a Slovak producer and trader of electricity. In terms of available installed capacity, it is the largest energy generating company in Slovakia and one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe. It also produces and sells heat and provides ancillary services to the grid.

Joint-stock company Slovenské elektrárne a.s. was established on 21 January 2002 as a new entity and successor to Slovenské elektrárne, from which the assets of the Slovak electricity operator SEPS and the heating company Tepláreň Košice were separated.

The Slovak Republic owns 34% of Slovenské elektrárne (shareholder rights are provided by the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic), and 66% of the shares are owned by Slovak Power Holding BV (SPH).

Slovenské elektrárne, a.s. produces electricity from nuclear, hydro and thermal sources (31 hydroelectric power plants, 2 nuclear, 2 thermoelectric and 2 photovoltaic installations).

The company's goal is safe, reliable, efficient and competitive production, sale and trade in electricity and heat; safe management of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel with a constant reduction of the negative impact of production processes on the environment. The company produces up to 90% of electricity without CO2 - mainly due to hydro and nuclear energy.