PGNiG TERMIKA Energetyka Przemysłowa SA is a new company formed from the merger of two companies: PGNiG TERMIKA Energetyka Przemysłowa SA (the former Energetics Company "Jastrzębie" SA) and Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej SA.
The core business of the Company is the production of electricity, compressed air, cooling, as well as distribution and production of heat.
The newly established Company is a leader in the field of energy management of methane demethanization of mines for the purposes of electricity production, heat and cold in cogeneration and trigeneration for the needs of mines of Jastrzębska Coal Company and inhabitants of Jastrzębia-Zdrój and surrounding areas. It annually manages more than 70 million m³ of methane from demineralisation of mines. This results in a significant reduction of its release into the atmosphere, and consequently the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions at the level of 900 thousand tons per year. The company also produces compressed air used in the mines of Jastrzębska Spółka Węglowa S.A., provides commercial and repair services.
PGNiG TERMIKA Energetyka Przemysłowa SA currently has 11 production plants: Zofiówka, Moszczenica, Pniówek, Suszec in Suszcu, Suszec localization Czestochowa, Wodzisław, Wodzisław location Rybnik - Niewiadom, Racibórz, Racibórz location of Racibórz, Żory and Żory locations of Czerwionka - Leszczyny in seven organizational units. As a result of the acquisition of Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej SA PGNiG TERMIKA Energetyka Przemysłowa SA increased by nearly 288 km of heating networks and the installed capacity increased by 255,304 MW.
The Company was the first company in Poland to build and launch (in 2000) a combined heat and cooling system that forms the surface area of the central air conditioning unit of the "Pniówek" coal mine, which still produces cold in trigeneration.
The company is particularly concerned about the environment, which is an exemplary example of the project of building a fluid block. The launch of the new plant will reduce the impact of CHPs on the environment and will improve the quality of life of the residents.
The investment will maximize the use of the fuel base. The reconstruction of the Zofiówka Branch's assets will also allow for the efficient functioning of the plant and will guarantee the maintenance of jobs for subsequent years. Thanks to the new unit, the plant will produce electricity and will ensure the continuity of heat supply to the customers.