The Energon Holding consists mainly of technology companies. Seven of them deal with different areas of the energy industry sector, from traditional to innovative areas. Thanks to their mutual cooperation, the holding covers an unprecedentedly comprehensive portfolio of energy services tailored to the needs of its customers.
The founding company Energon Dobříš has been engaged in the construction and maintenance of energy networks, geodetic works and construction of LV and HV power systems, from transformer stations and power poles to cable laying.
Energon Construction Company focuses on designing, construction and remediation work in the LV, HV and VHV power engineering. It also handles the energy systems of building, civil engineering and water management structures.
Since 2017, Energon Energo has expanded the holding’s activities to include the HV and HV sectors. In addition to power substations, it also builds, reconstructs and maintains other electrical equipment regardless of voltage.
Modern energy is represented by S-Power Energies, which is the only company targeting on retail customers. It installs rooftop solar power plants combined with battery surplus storage systems. Since 2017, it is the number one on the Czech market.
Another company belonging to Energon Holding is the Energon Advanced Energetics – a company that builds turnkey complex EPC units including photovoltaic, wind and hydroelectric power plants and large-capacity battery systems. It recently introduced a unique “all-in-one battery container” with a capacity of 1.3 MWh. The Energon Advanced Energetics cooperates closely with Buildsys, one of the largest players on the Czech market in the field of automation of commercial buildings and industrial sites. They are currently working on a complete technology management at the Jaguar-Land Rover in Slovakia. For this battery container Buildsys has developed a key element – a control system that controls all the functionality.
The Energon Holding portfolio is enclosed by Solid Power Distribution, a distributor of components for solar power plants – from photovoltaic panels through converters to batteries and other equipment. Besides distribution activities the Solid Power Distribution also provides professional trainings for solar power plant installation companies and develops its own technologies.