About Us

EP UK Investments (EPUKI) is a UK energy company, primarily focusing on power generation from conventional and renewable sources.

EPUKI represents the UK interests of Energetický a průmyslový holding (EPH), a leading Central European energy group that owns and operates assets in the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, Germany, Italy, the UK and Hungary. EPH is a vertically integrated energy utility covering the complete value chain ranging from highly efficient cogeneration, power generation, and natural gas transmission, gas storage, gas and electricity distribution and supply. EPH is the 6th largest producer of power in Europe, employing over 25,000 team members.

EPH entered the UK market through the creation of EPUKI which purchased Eggborough Power Limited (EPL) in 2015. From this platform, EPUKI has continued to grow.


EPUKI acquired 2.2 GW of Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power stations at Langage and South Humber Bank.


EPUKI acquired RVA Group, a specialist decommissioning, decontamination, dismantling and demolition consultancy based in the UK.


Successful conversion and commissioning of the 420MW Lynemouth biomass power station.


EPUKI gained development consent to construct a 2.5GW CCGT Power Station at the site of the former Eggborough Coal Power Station.


EPUKI gained planning consent for a 1.8GW CCGT power station in King’s Lynn, Norfolk.  Together with the Eggborough site, EPUKI has consent to build 4.3GW of new CCGT power stations in the UK which is enough to supply over 4m households.


EPUKI was granted planning consent for an Energy Recovery Centre located on land adjacent to the South Humber Bank CCGT.


EPUKI acquired the 708 MW Ballylumford gas-fired power plant and the 701 MW Kilroot coal and oil-fired power plant, as well as the 10 MW Kilroot Energy Storage facility.  This represents the first EPUKI acquisition within the energy market of Northern Ireland.


EPUKI acquired 80% of the shares of Tynagh Energy Limited, an independent power producer that owns a 400MW CCGT power plant in the Republic of Ireland.  This represents the first EPUKI acquisition within the energy market of the Republic of Ireland.


EPUKI acquired Humbly Grove Energy Limited, an underground gas storage facility in Hampshire.  With this acquisition, the EPH group adds further to its portfolio of underground gas storage facilities, which it currently owns in Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany.


With a significant operating platform, EPUKI's strategic focus is to establish a tier 1 position in the UK power generation market.  The UK team has the objective of achieving substantial further growth, through acquisitions and investment in construction of new build generation assets.