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E-Group is a group of companies whose primary interest is in energy investments. Key centres of operation are the EU and Ukraine, with projects also under development in the USA.

E-Group Companies

E-Group brings together several companies under the umbrella of the investment fund of E-Group Investments SICAV, a.s. and its sub-funds. The fund’s ownership interests in individual companies vary. The sub-fund E-Group Mixed Investments has holdings in the business sectors described below.

E-Group is majority-owned by the foreign investment fund with variable capital E-Group Investments SICAV, a.s., which is registered in the List of Investment Funds kept by the Czech National Bank and is therefore covered by its strict regulation.

The investment group was founded in Slovakia but decided to list on the Prague Stock Exchange as it expanded into foreign markets. Its portfolio is organised as a qualified investors fund in E-Group Investments SICAV, a.s. The fund is a public-interest entity because its participating securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market in the EU. Fund shares can be acquired only by qualified investors in accordance with applicable law. The fund is included in the list of funds kept by the Czech National Bank, which has regulatory oversight over it.

Since it is a public-interest entity subject to CNB regulation, the fund’s statutory body is the investment company TILLER investiční společnost a.s. A fund can create sub-funds, each of which has its own investment strategy.

In our case we operate the sub-funds E-Group Mixed Investments and E-Group Private Equity. The majority owner and founder of E-Group Investments SICAV, a.s. is Anton Bielik.

E-Group, a.s.
E-Group, a.s. was founded in 2008 as a consulting firm in the energy sector. Learn more
Pow-en a.s.
Pow-en a.s. is a company trading in the electricity and natural gas markets. Company website
E-Group CZ
Holding a.s.
Holding a.s. is an international fund founded in 2017 in Prague.


Ing. Anton Bielik

Investment in the energy sector is strategically important due to the growing demand for innovative and more environmentally friendly energy technologies.

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Anton is a well-qualified senior executive with over forty years’ experience of domestic and international energy deals. He has extensive experience in various types of electricity generation platforms and the related infrastructure. In recent years, he has been involved in multiple successful renewable energy development projects in the European Union.

He is a graduate of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. In the past, he worked as a director of Bratislavská teplárenská, a.s. and the chairman of the board of directors and CEO of Paroplynový cyklus, a.s. He is now CEO of E-Group, a.s.

He has experience in systems with complex designs that demand in-depth knowledge of various types of power plants and their subsystems in multiple markets and industries. He has many years of experience with deals including mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, project financing, risk management, and decision-making processes. His combination of excellent management skills and charismatic team leadership ensures that staff at all levels pull together through all the stages of a successful project from planning, through acquisition/development to an operational state with the production and sale of electricity.

In his free time, he studies the professional literature on the innovative power systems of the future that will fully replace our existing infrastructure.


In Slovakia, E-Group has participated in the installation of over 10% of the photovoltaic electricity generation capacity.

Slovakia is the country where E-Group pioneered its solar electricity model.

It has since deployed technologies that demonstrated their worth on the home market in dozens of projects across Europe with the aim of extracting as many MW of electricity as possible from sunlight. In Slovakia, the installed capacity of photovoltaic systems now exceeds 543 MW.