The Tauron Group is Poland’s largest electricity distributor. Its distribution grids cover an area of approx. 58 thousand km2 constituting almost one-fifth of Poland’s landmass. In 2014 the Group delivered 45.6 TWh of electricity to end users giving it a 38 percent market share in the distribution of electricity in Poland.
At the same time the Tauron Group is Poland’s second largest electricity supplier (26 percent market share) and second largest electricity generator (11 percent market share).
In 2014 the Group’s share in electricity distribution to end users was 38 percent. PGE, ENERGA and ENEA’s distribution market shares are 27 percent, 17 percent and 15 percent, respectively.
TAURON is the second largest electricity supplier with the Group’s market share being 26 percent. PGE is the supply market leader with a 33 percent market share. Energa is number three (14 percent market share) and ENEA is number four (13 percent market share). The remaining 15 percent is split among smaller entities.
According to 2014 data the Tauron Group was number two measured by installed capacity (5.1 GW) and gross electricity generation (17.4 TWh), second only to PGE (12.6 GW and approx. 60.3 TWh, accordingly). The Tauron Group’s share in Poland’s electricity generation market was approx. 11 percent juxtaposed with PGE’s 39 percent market share. ENEA is Poland’s third largest electricity generator with installed capacity of 3.3 GWh and a 9 percent share (approximately 14.1 TWh) in the electricity generation market. Meanwhile Energa’s installed capacity is 1.4 GW with a 3 percent (5.1 TWh) share in Poland’s electricity generation market.