The nature of core activities of the Group is manufacture and rendering of services. The Company is the parent company of the Group. The Group consists of AB Kauno Energija and its subsidiary – UAB Kauno Energija NT, in which the Company directly controls 100 per cent of the shares.
The Company generates and supplies heat to consumers (for the purposes of heating and hot water making) in the cities of Kaunas and Jurbarkas and in Kaunas district (Akademija town, Ežerėlis town, Domeikava village, Garliava town, Girionys village, Neveronys village, Raudondvaris village), (hereinafter referred to as Kaunas district).
Also, following provisions of the Law on Heat Sector, the Company supplies hot water (is engaged in hot domestic water supplier activities) from 1 May 2010 for consumers in the cities of Kaunas and Jurbarkas and Kaunas district, who chose the Company as a hot water supplier. As at 31 December 2015, the Company was a hot water supplier for 428 residential buildings in Kaunas and Kaunas district and 5 in Jurbarkas. Income from hot water supplies amounts to approximately 4.2 per cent of all of Company’s sales revenue.
In addition, the Company produces electric energy in small quantities in Kaunas district, maintains engineering structures (collectors – manifolds) and operates heat and electricity production facilities. The Group and the Company carries out a supervision of indoor heat and hot water supply systems, maintenance of heat unit equipment, repairs of heat units and other heating equipment, provides rental services premises under particular agreements. The Group and the Company are engaged in licensed activity in accordance with the licenses held.
Company’s total energy generation capacities installed as at 31 December 2015 were 533,75 MW, whereof:
Energy is being generated in following facilities:
Company’s main heat production facilites:
Petrašiūnai power-plant (total capacity – 295 MW (30 MW – capacities using biofuel, 265 MW – capacities using natural gas))
Inkaras boiler house (total capacity – 20 MW, fuel used – biofuel)
Šilkas boiler house (total capacity – 45 MW (22 MW – capacities using biofuel, 23 MW – capacities using natural gas))
Pergalė boiler house (total capacity – 40,25 MW, fuel used – natural gas)