Last year, our grids supplied 37.07 TWh of electricity to more than 5.7 million consumption points. In the PGE distribution area, there was a decrease in energy demand of -2% y/y, which largely concerned the G tariff (households) due to the reversal of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and reduced time of work and remote learning. Long-term demand growth and stricter quality targets in electricity distribution require systematic investment in the grid to meet the needs of consumers and the growing economy.
|Distribution of electricity||37.07||37.74||-2%|
Volume of electricity ditributed in 2015-2022 (TWh)
*CAGR – CAGR (compound annual growth rate).