• The group ranks among the top ten largest European energy companies.


EP Power Europe (EPPE) is a unique energy utility, focusing mainly on the power generation from conventional and renewable sources.

In addition, the company is also active in coal mining and commodity trading. EPPE operates on several European markets of which main one are Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, France and the Czech republic. 

Within its balanced portfolio of natural gas, coal, solar, wind and biomass fuelled power plants, EPPE manages a total installed capacity of more than 12 GWe. 

EPPE is a subsidiary of Energetický a průmyslový holding (EPH) and was founded during 2016 by grouping several European assets into one subsidiary. The group gradually grows through new acquisitions and now ranks, based on the installed capacity, among the top 10 largest European energy companies.

Supporting stability of local power grids, EPPE owns and operates a fleet of natural gas power plants in Western and South Europe (the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands and Italy). EPPE’s conventional gas power fleet has been gradually supplemented by renewable sources since the group’s establishment, with biomass power plants and wind and solar parks having increasing share on EPPE’s current energy mix. Through a subsidiary EP New Energy, EPPE is active in development of new renewable projects, with significant pipeline of projects being currently under development.

Through its wholly owned trading subsidiaries EP Resources and EP Commodities the EPPE is also present on european commodities market. 

EPPE’s assets portfolio also includes MIBRAG, which is the third largest German mining company, operating cogeneration plants and a wind farm. EPH declared intention to transfer this asset to separate legal entity that will concentrate to transformation of those assets. 

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EPPE employs more than 4,000 employees in several European countries.




Main activities of EPPE are currently focused in Western, Central and Southern Europe.