In 2014 an agreement was signed with the Rafako – Mostostal Warszawa consortium to build a 910 MW hard coal-fired unit at Jaworzno III Power Plant.
In order to acquire the funds required to carry out its CAPEX program the Group issued bonds worth PLN 1.75bn and EUR 168m.
In 2014 TAURON signed an agreement with PGE, KGHM Polska Miedź and ENEA to implement a joint project to build Poland’s first nuclear power plant with a capacity of approx. 3 000 MW.
In 2013 the following projects were commissioned: wind farms in Marszewo (82 MW) and Wicko (40 MW), 50 MWe/106 MWt co-generation unit at ZEC Bielsko-Biała and biomass-fired units at Jaworzno III Power Plant (50 MW), Tychy Production Plant (40 MW) and Stalowa Wola Power Plant (20 MW).
In September 2012 the company signed a Letter of Intent with PGE, KGHM Polska Miedź and ENEA related to the construction and operation of Poland’s first nuclear power plant.
In September 2011 TAURON Ekoenergia acquired a company called Lipniki, including a wind farm with a total capacity of 30.75 MW. It was the TAURON Group’s first wind farm.
In 2011 the Group’s main lines of business were restructured and as a result the following subsidiaries were established: TAURON Sprzedaż, TAURON Obsługa Klienta, TAURON Wytwarzanie, TAURON Dystrybucja and TAURON Ciepło.
In December 2011 TAURON Polska Energia acquired a 99.98% stake in Górnośląski Zakład Elektroenergetyczny from Vattenfall. The acquisition reinforced the Group’s leading position in electricity distribution and supply segments in Poland.
In June 2010 TAURON Polska Energia merged with its subsidiaries: Enion Zarządzanie Aktywami and Energomix Servis. TAURON Group’s organizational structure was simplified as a result of this merger.
On June 30, 2010, as a consequence of the Initial Public Offering conducted by the State Treasury, TAURON Polska Energia was floated on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
In July 2009, in exchange for an in-kind contribution in the form of newly issued shares, TAURON Polska Energia acquired a majority stake from the State Treasury in Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej in Dąbrowa Górnicza (PEC in Dąbrowa Górnicza) and in Elektrociepłownia EC Nowa.
The company was registered in the National Court Register on January 8, 2007 under the name of Energetyka Południe, while the change of the company’s name to TAURON Polska Energia was registered on November 16, 2007.
In 2007 the State Treasury contributed to Energetyka Południe its majority stakes in Południowy Koncern Energetyczny, Enion, EnergiaPro, Elektrownia Stalowa Wola, Elektrociepłownia Tychy and Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej Katowice.
Energetyka Południe was formed on December 6, 2006. The company’s founders were the State Treasury, EnergiaPro, Enion and Elektrownia Stalowa Wola.