2016

2016

The GEN-I Group successfully ended the 2016 business year with revenues in excess of EUR 1.582 billion. The Group’s breakthrough year was characterized primarily by the acquisition of Elektro energija, ownership consolidation and the introduction of the new comprehensive GEN-I Sonce service, which made us the first energy supplier in the region to offer the construction of micro solar power plants for the self-sufficient supply of electricity.

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2015

2015

GEN-I Group has recorded growth in its operations, a trend that continued in 2015, despite the adverse market conditions. In the given financial year, we recorded growth in sales revenues amounting to EUR 1.731 billion, an increase of 32.8% relative to 2014 and generated a net profit of EUR 7.028 million, an increase of 34.5% on the previous year.

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2014

2014

GEN-I has recorded growth in its operations over the last five years, a trend that continued in 2014, despite the adverse market conditions. In the given financial year, we recorded growth in sales revenues amounting to EUR 1,352 million, as well as a 20.7% growth in volumes of electricity sold.

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2013

2013

Despite the adverse conditions on regional energy markets, 2013 was characterised by GEN-I’s successful expansion into foreign markets. We generated EUR 1.28 billion in revenues and ended the business year with a net profit of EUR 9,868,000.

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2012

2012

A number of competitors vanished from the market during the year due to the adverse conditions, which further strengthened GEN-I’s position. The year in which we generated revenues of EUR 1.5 billion was highlighted by GEN-I’s entry on the Slovenian natural gas market under the Affordable Natural Gas brand and the expansion into new markets in South-East Europe.

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2011

2011

The GEN-I Group significantly exceeded the business objectives it set for 2011, as operating revenues were up by 55%. In addition to sharp growth in market shares on existing markets, we successfully entered new markets: we began trading in Turkey and signed a five-year agreement on the supply of electricity to the City of Zagreb.

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2010

2010

In 2010, we consolidated our position with a 56% increase in the quantity of electricity sold and a two-fold increase in the quantity of energy sold on the markets of South-East Europe. As the only Slovenian supplier we offered electricity to end-customers in Austria, Italy and Croatia, and integrated sales and trading activities within the company.

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2009

2009

The year 2009 will be remembered for the launch of our Affordable Electricity brand, Poceni elektrika, whose competitive prices changed the Slovenian electricity market for the better for small customers. As a supplier of replacement quantities of electricity during the scheduled maintenance outage of the largest power plant in Slovenia, i.e. Krško Nuclear Power Plant, we demonstrated the importance of stable partnerships in the energy business.

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2008

2008

During a turbulent year for energy markets in 2008, the GEN-I Group was the second-largest balance group on the Slovenian electricity market and an increasingly important group in the regional markets of South-East Europe with its seven subsidiaries.

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2007

2007

The year 2007 was marked by the extraordinary dynamics of the changes in the electricity market. The growth of the company exceeded all expectations. We doubled our share on the domestic market, developed an active presence on eastern markets and obtained an important role in the energy purchase and sale segment in the Balkans, where we have become a prominent partner.

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2006

2006

At GEN-I, 2006 will be remembered as the year when we combined capital with expertise to make our dreams come true. The establishment of our own balance group and the expansion of the production portfolio proved to be excellent decisions. Operating revenues exceeded EUR 100 million in 2006, and were more than 50% higher than planned, thus justifying our ambitious plans for the future.

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