MYTILINEOS S.A. is one of the leading industrial companies in Greece, with activities in Metallurgy, EPC, Electric Power and Gas Trading. MYTILINEOS expanded its activities to the Electric Power sector in 2001 and during the last ten years, the Company has been established as the dominant independent energy producer in Greece, by carrying out a €1 billion investment plan in energy assets and taking on a leading role in the deregulation of the Greek energy market, opening up significant prospects for Greek businesses and the Greek economy at large. The vision of unlocking the potential of the energy sector in Greece is a priority for MYTILINEOS. The Company has a broad range of vertically integrated operations in the energy sector in place, from the construction and operation of power plants to the trade of natural gas and the supply of electricity and gas to end-consumers. MYTILINEOS owns and operates an energy portfolio of a total installed capacity of 1300 MW (thermal and RES plants), while it is also active in the electricity and gas supply, aiming to provide electricity and gas to companies and households and to satisfy the customers’ needs for competitive prices and modern, reliable services.
The energy portfolio of MYTILINEOS consists of:
- 1,2 GW from 3 modern CCGT plants in operation
- 200 MW from RES plants in operation
- Trading license for 310 MW of electricity
- Supply license for 500 MW of electricity
- CO2 Emissions Trading Platform
- Natural Gas Contract Management – Supply
PROTERGIA (Energy and NG BU) is the Energy Unit of MYTILINEOS. MYTILINEOS will invest a lot in the next years, to create and deploy prosumer-based services and products, following the EU Clean Energy Package directives. The Innovation Division leads the prosumer /CEP innovation strategy, new business development, special advanced projects and the conversion of research outputs into innovative products and services (Technology Transfer, Open Innovation, Applied Research) in the domain of Digital Smart Grids (Energy Digitization). This division uses and analyzes the EU project outputs, and through a systematic and organized Technology Transfer/Exploitation/Incremental innovation procedure, creates new products and services for the company’s business portfolio.