ELES d.o.o.

By providing RELIABLE ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION, we contribute to the quality of life and social development in Slovenia and the region.

Operation

The Slovenian electricity system is managed and overseen from a modern and internationally established centre. We maintain a balance between electricity production and consumption, and provide system services.

Infrastructure

By maintaining, building and modernising the electricity grid infrastructure, we meet the growing demand for electricity and ensure its safe and efficient transmission. Our on-site maintenance crew provides an optimal response to the physical events and maximises the reliability of ELES infrastructure.

Strategic innovations

We demonstrate our ongoing commitment to innovation by participating in major research, development and pilot projects financed by ELES, grants from EU, and other funds. In doing so, we cooperate with international and domestic stakeholders, helping develop the electricity sector in Slovenia and Europe.

Future orientation

With sustainable, systematic and professionally organised efforts in developing innovative projects that are integrated into all of our strategic activities, we are developing the transmission network of the future. We participate in many international projects, seeking solutions to the most challenging issues regarding the future of electricity and its transmission between producers and consumers.

Our results (data for 2017)

Business operations

Operating income:
EUR 185.5 million
Net profit/loss:
EUR 16.8 million
EBITDA:
EUR 49.9 million
Investments:
EUR 50 million

Employees

Number of employees:
566
Added value per employee:
EUR 149,000
Educational structure:
72 % or more employees have at least a 3-year higher professional education,
more than 9,000 hours of further education and training per year,
low turnover,
efforts to improve energy and radiation literacy.

Environment

Ensuring optimum utilisation of existing equipment by installing smart transmission network management systems, such as SUMO (a system for determining operation limits) and WAMPAC (Wide Area Monitoring Protection and Control),
taking into account the environmental aspects and efficient use of materials when constructing power facilities,
preserving biodiversity and monitoring electromagnetic radiation when maintaining power facilities.
100 %

Ownership

ELES d.o.o. is wholly owned by the Republic of Slovenia.

Milestones

2017:
FutureFlow, MIGRATE and NEDO are some of the major research and innovation projects that we coordinate or in which we are involved. Another innovative project, SINCRO.GRID, is aimed at developing intelligent transmission and distribution infrastructure of the future.
2016:
the strategic orientations set out in the Long-Term Strategic Business Plan for 2016–2020 are a response to the challenges and findings of an in-depth analysis of the external and internal environment.
2014:
a 2 x 400-kV Beričevo–Krško power transmission line began operating regularly, this being ELES’ greatest investment so far.
1990:
Elektro-Slovenija d.o.o., a public company for electricity trading was established.
1974:
a parallel operation of the Slovenian and Western European electricity system was established.
1964:
the construction of a 220-kV grid began; 8 years later, the construction of a 400-kV grid began.
1924:
the beginnings of electricity transmission in Slovenia.
1964:
the construction of a 220-kV grid began; 8 years later, the construction of a 400-kV grid began.
1990:
Elektro-Slovenija d.o.o., a public company for electricity trading was established.
2016:
the strategic orientations set out in the Long-Term Strategic Business Plan for 2016–2020 are a response to the challenges and findings of an in-depth analysis of the external and internal environment.
1924:
the beginnings of electricity transmission in Slovenia.
1974:
a parallel operation of the Slovenian and Western European electricity system was established.
2014:
a 2 x 400-kV Beričevo–Krško power transmission line began operating regularly, this being ELES’ greatest investment so far.
2017:
FutureFlow, MIGRATE and NEDO are some of the major research and innovation projects that we coordinate or in which we are involved. Another innovative project, SINCRO.GRID, is aimed at developing intelligent transmission and distribution infrastructure of the future.

Geographical presence of ELES d.o.o.

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