Our group operates a wide range of conventional energy related business units - from coal mines, power plant facilities and power engineering units, down to European energy market trading units.
In the current “green-only energy” atmosphere this fact could sound like a disadvantage, but we believe just the opposite. We are convinced that the combination of our firm rooting in the world of traditional energy, together with a deep expertise and willingness to share our knowhow, could bring big advantages to energy markets in transition. We understand our role in an energy market as a bridge between the energy of today and tomorrow – to address the continuing demand for reliable energy and the ambitious goal of making energy markets more renewably-fuelled.
Our mission is to provide a perspective to conventional power plants as long as they are systemically needed and thus offer a robust basis for a swift transition of the energy sector towards a fully sustainable future.
In Europe, we want to be the enablers of that transition, bridging the gap between the energy of today and tomorrow. We are convinced that conventional plants will be replaced at some point, by industrial‐scale energy storage, smart grid systems and responsive demand side management. However, there is a transition period that may last several years. Seven Energy aims at supporting that transition, responsibly operating fossil plants that benefit both nergy systems and consumers.
Executive Director of Seven Energy
Traditionally rooted in the conventional power-generating business, we are engaged in the extraction of coal. We are committed to the responsible mining of domestic lignite, thereby reducing the Czech Republic’s foreign energy dependence, while enhancing our industry’s competitiveness and scaling up affordable heating for households.
Seven Energy operates two lignite mines: the CSA surface lignite mine and the Vrsany mine, both located in Northern Bohemia. Our operations contribute to preserving a significant share of lignite in the Czech Republic’s energy mix.
Mines: ČSA and Vršany
square kilometers of land in progress of restoration
tons of finest quality lignite reserves
The Sev.en EC Chvaletice Power Plant became part of the Group in 2013. Seven Energy bought the shares in this utility from the CEZ Group. This move marked the Group´s entry into the electricity and heating markets as a major new utility
the total installed capacity
at the Chvaletice power station
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of the most up-to-date, classical energy producing facilities in the Czech Republic
Sev.en Engineering focuses on the preparation and realisation of modernisation projects, which guarantee the reliable and ecological running of traditional power plants. The scope of offered services includes project preparation, realisation of construction, technical and organisational activities in areas ranging from fire protection to occupational safety. Last but not least, they are responsible for the maintenance and technical support of the Chvaletice Power Plant.
highly competent professionals
years of combined management power engineering experience
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offices - Prague and Chvaletice Power Plant
Sev.en Commodities is a major player in the Czech energy market and an active player on the German and Austrian power markets. The company actively trades in electricity, coal and emission allowances at European wholesale markets through energy exchanges (European Energy Exchange for power and ICE – Intercontinental Exchange for emission allowances and financial coal products), brokers, and trade counterparts.
The trading part of the group provides production optimisation, hedging, and dispatch control for the Seven Energy Chvaletice power station in the Czech Republic. The company trades also in physical coal products from Group’s mines as well as financial coal products on the exchange.
GWh of electric power in 2017
years of energy trading expertise from the head of the team
members of a professional trading team
Sustainability is a part of our DNA, we have a long history of it. For example as far back as 1908 the first land restoration office was established in Dux, a city at the edge of the mining area. Long before the word sustainability became a part of our modern vocabulary.
Seven Energy continues in this effort. We recognise the impact of our operations on the immediate environment. Hence, the Group is taking every measure possible to reduce the impact of coal extraction and the coal-fired power station.
Since 2005, we have been publishing comprehensive sustainability reports.
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