From January 1, 2015, the Group undertook a process of organizational change in order to make the organization effective and oriented to achieve results with dedicated Business Units. This resulted in a shift from an organizational structure based on sector to an organizational structure based on Business Units.
The 7 Business Units
Manages the generation plant portfolio(1) of the Group. The “Generation” segment has the specific goal of maximising plant availability and efficiency, and minimising operating and maintenance costs (O&M). The “Trading” segment has the task of maximising the profit from the management of the energy portfolio through the purchase and sale of electricity, fuel (gas and non-gas) and environmental rights on the wholesale domestic and foreign markets. Also part of the Business Unit is the activity of trading all energy commodities (gas, electricity, environmental securities) on the domestic and foreign markets.
(1)Total installed capacity of 8.9 GW.
Retail sales of electricity and natural gas to customers in the free market and marketing to customers served under the ‘protection’ mode.
Deals with the whole cycle of waste management, including collection and street cleaning, treatment, disposal and recovery of materials and energy.
In particular, collection and sweeping refers mainly to the cleaning of the streets and collecting waste for transport to its destination.
Waste treatment, however, is the work carried out in dedicated centres performing the processing of waste in order to make it suitable for recycling.
Finally, the activities of disposal of urban and special waste in combustion plants or landfills ensures the eventual recovery of energy via waste-to-energy or the use of biogas
This Business Unit primarily sells heat and electricity produced by cogeneration plants (mostly owned by the Group). The sale of cogenerated heat occurs through district heating networks. It also ensures the activity of operation and maintenance of cogeneration plants and district heating networks, as well as providing the management of heating plants owned by third parties (heat management services).
Handles the technical and operational management of distribution networks for electricity, transport and distribution of natural gas and the management of the integrated water cycle (water collection, aqueduct management, water distribution, sewer network management, water purification). Also covered are activities relating to public lighting, traffic regulation systems, the management of votive lights and systems design services.
Covers the activities carried out by the subsidiary Elektroprivreda Crne Gore AD Nikšic'(2) in relation to the production and sale of electricity in Montenegro and the operational/technical management of its power supply networks.
(2)Total installed capacity of 0.9 GW.
Corporate services include the activities of guidance, strategic direction, coordination and control of industrial operations, as well as services to support the business and operating activities (example: administrative and accounting services, legal services, procurement, personnel management, information technology, telecommunications etc.). Other Services also include activities relating to video surveillance services, data transmission, telephony and internet access services.