As stated by the EIB, the programme will finance investment schemes in the electricity distribution network in Western Poland over the period 2023-2025. It addresses the needs for the renewal of assets and development, including automation and tele-control. The programme contributes to maintaining or increasing security of supply and to the integration of low-carbon generation. 100% of the programme will benefit Cohesion regions.
The aim is to enable the promoter to maintain high quality of services and lower losses across their electricity distribution network, as well as to connect new users.
The programme will also contribute to the integration of renewable energy generation increasing renewable capacity connected to the distribution network.
ENEA Operator Sp. Z.o.o. is the Polish subsidiary of Enea S.A.
As stated by Bloomberg, Enea, S.A. provides distribution and trade of electric energy. The Company's customers include public institutions, businesses, and end users.
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