OUR STRATEGYBusiness model

Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne is the only transmission system operator (TSO) in Poland. It is a single-shareholder company owned by the State Treasury, being of key importance to the national security, and responsible for the reliability of electricity supply to all regions of Poland. PSE ensures stable operation of the National Power System (NPS), which is a part of the common European system.

Power system

The company manages over 15,000 km of extra-high voltage lines and 110 substations.

The PSE's network infrastructure is located on real properties with a total area of 8,555,493.5 .

Principles of operation of the operator in Poland

The basic obligations of the Transmission System Operator are set out in EU legislation, in particular in the so-called network codes. Under the domestic law, the TSO's obligations are determined in particular by the provisions of the Energy Law and the executive acts issued on its basis, which define both the tasks to be undertaken by PSE and how they are to be financed, as well as the applicable technical standards and reliability criteria.

The costs of performing our tasks are regulated costs, covered by transmission fees paid by the transmission system users according to the tariff approved by the president of the ERO. As an operator, we perform tasks using the technical resources of entities connected to the transmission system. These entities are obligated to make the resources available under applicable laws or appropriate civil law agreements.

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