Eesti Energia AS
Eesti Energia (EE) is a company which operates in the electricity and gas markets of the Baltic Sea area and the international fuel market. The owner of EE is the Republic of Estonia. EE has the most diverse energy portfolio in the Baltic Sea region: the company produces energy from oil shale, wood waste, biomass, tyre chips, municipal waste, wind, sun and water. EE uses oil shale to produce liquid fuels – shale oil and oil shale gasoline as well as electricity and heat. EE consistently enhances its products and services and develops new solutions
to make the production processes more efficient. EE sells electricity in the Baltic and Polish retail markets and the Nord Pool wholesale market, natural gas in the Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Polish retail markets and liquid fuels in the international wholesale market. In 2018, EE also began selling electricity in Finland and Sweden. EE offers smart energy solutions and associated services to both household and corporate customers.
Eesti Energia’s subsidiary Elektrilevi is the largest distribution service provider in Estonia. Eesti Energia’s business lines comprise large-scale energy production, renewable Energy, network services, customer services, and the Group’s strategic developments. EE employs around 5,800 people.