Power Engineering details

Power Engineering

The power engineering business is the domain of RAFAKO, the Group's leading power engineering company, Energomontaż-Południe and PBG Energia, with PBG playing a supporting role in the segment.

RAFAKO is the largest producer of boilers and environmental protection equipment for the power sector in Europe. The company offers general contractor services for the construction of fossil fuel-fired power units, specialising in boiler islands comprising a boiler, flue gas treatment plant, and waste incineration and biomass combustion plant.

RAFAKO is the undisputed leader in the Polish market for power generation equipment. Around 80% of all power boilers operated in Poland have been supplied by this Racibórz-based company. In addition, RAFAKO is Poland's market-leading provider of wet lime and semi-dry desulphurisation systems.

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