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  • External revenue € million 48,950

    Germany € million 30,694

    Outside Germany € million 18,256

    EBITDA € million 8,314

    Electricity production kWh billion 334.2

    Electricity sales kWh billion 317.1

    Power station capacity MW 45,196

    Gas sales kWh billion 327.8

    Workforce full-time equivalent 65,908

    RWE Group in 2008

    Shareholder structure of RWE AG in %

    15% RW Energie-Beteiligungsgesellschaft

    5% Capital Research & Management

    59% Other institutional shareholders

    1% Employee shareholders

    6% Own shares

    14% Individual shareholders

    79% Institutional shareholders 39% Germany 17% US/Canada 11% UK/Ireland 11% Continental Europe excl. Germany 1% Rest of the world

    Percentages reflect shares in the subscribed capital. Sources: Shareholder identification and notifications of shareholdings in accordance with the German Securities Trading Act (WpHG), as of December 31, 2008.

    RWE Group revenue by region in 2008 in %

    62.6% Germany0.6% Other

    16.5% Rest of Europe

    20.3% UK

    RWE in Poland

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  • RWE is one of Europe’s five leading electricity and gas companies. It is

    active in the generation, trading, transmission and supply of electricity

    and gas. This integrated business model enables RWE to take advantage of

    the rising demand for energy. Through the fully consolidated investments,

    66,000 RWE employees supply over 14 million customers with electricity

    and 6 million customers with gas. In fiscal year 2008, RWE recorded

    €49 billion in revenue. Europe is the core market for the company:

    RWE is the No. 1 power producer in Germany and No. 3 in the UK. RWE

    continously expands its position in Central and South Eastern Europe.

    RWE’s power plant portfolio and investment programme for building new,

    environmentally friendly generation capacity are the basis for growing

    earnings in the future. Energy from renewables plays a key role. RWE’s

    leading position in European energy trading helps the company make

    optimal use of the power plants on the market. RWE reacts to changes

    in customer needs by offering new products. In this context, climate

    protection and energy efficiency are becoming increasingly important.

    RWE’s gas and oil production businesses are displaying above-average

    growth. In light of the global rise in demand for gas, RWE plans to steadily

    increase the share it produces in-house. RWE’s aim is to create value for the

    investors, customers and employees. Therefore, RWE’s strategy centres on

    profitable, organic growth, supplemented by value-increasing acquisitions.

    RWE’s takeover offer for the Dutch-based energy utility Essent will take the

    company a major step forward in this direction. RWE wants its shareholders to

    continue to take part in the Group’s success to a great extent in the future.

    THE RWE GROUP – A BRIEF PORTRAIT

    Electricity Gas

    Germany No. 2 No. 3

    UK No. 4 No. 4

    Central Eastern Europe

    No. 2 in Hungary No. 3 in Slovakia 6% of Polish market

    No. 1 in the Czech Republic Leading position in Hungary Active in Slovakia

    Total Europe No. 3 No. 6

    Market positions of the RWE Group (in terms of sales) in 2008

    “RWE in Poland” was prepared by RWE Polska Corporate Communications.

    T +48 22 821 41 30

    This report is also available in the Polish language.

    Published in August 2009.

    RWE Renewables Polska

    RWE Renewables Polska Sp. z o.o.

    ul. Wybrze e Ko ciuszkowskie 41

    00-347 Warszawa, Poland

    RWE Innogy GmbH

    Karolingerstraße 94

    45141 Essen, Germany

    T +49 201 12 14 499

    F +49 201 12 14 498

    www.rweinnogy.com

    RWE Polska Contracting

    RWE Polska Contracting Sp. z o.o.

    ul. Powsta ców l skich 28/30

    53-333 Wroc aw, Poland

    T +48 71 335 03 30

    F +48 71 335 03 31

    E contracting@rwe.pl

    www.rwe.pl

    B dzin Cogeneration Power Station

    Elektrociep ownia “B dzin” SA

    ul. Ma ob dzka 141

    42-500 B dzin, Poland

    T +48 32 267 95 99

    +48 32 266 40 71–5

    F +48 32 266 44 11

    E ecbedzin@ecb.com.pl

    www.ecb.com.pl

    D browa Górnicza Water and Sewers Company

    Przedsi biorstwo Wodoci gów i Kanalizacji Sp. z o.o.

    ul. Powsta ców 13

    41-300 D browa Górnicza, Poland

    T +48 32 639 51 00

    F +48 32 262 22 10

    E pwik@pwik.dabrowa.pl

    www.pwik-dabrowa.pl

    RWE Dea Polska

    RWE Dea Polska Oil Sp. z o.o.

    ul. Lindleya 16/114

    02-013 Warszawa, Poland

    T +48 22 627 36 15

    F +48 22 583 15 17

    www.rwedea.com

    RWE VALUE CHAIN

    Mining and drilling

    Trading (coal, gas, derivatives) and procurement

    Electricity generation Transmission Distribution Sales and use

    5 lignite opencast mines (11,014 hectares)

    108 million tonnes of produced lignite

    Fuel purchases (hard coal, gas, biomass etc.)

    Exploration and drilling of natural gas and oil

    Lignite 100/0

    EU and Norway

    Hard coal 42/58

    Gas 73/27

    0 20 40 60 80 100

    Fuels by origin in %

    Other countries of origin

    Mining and drilling

    10,828 MW 14,183 MW 6,295 MW 7,223 MW 1,515 MW 5,152 MW

    lignite-fired power plants hard-coal-fired power plants nuclear power plants gas-fired power plants renewable energies pumped storage, oil, other

    Lignite

    Hard-coal

    Nuclear power

    Gas

    Renewable energies

    Pumped storage, oil, other:

    33

    28

    22

    14

    2.4

    0.6

    Electricity production (2008: 334.2 TWh, in-house generation: 224.1 TWh) in %:

    Power station capacity (owned or contractually secured):

    Electricity generation

    381,005 kilometre medium- and low-voltage transmission lines (10-110 kV) 134,240 substations and transformers 90,345 kilometre gas distribution pipelines (a-b bar)

    Domestic and commercial customers

    Industrial customers

    Redistributors

    Electricity trading

    60

    98

    79

    69

    Supply to customers in TWh

    Distribution

    13,912 kilometre high-voltage transmission lines (220/380 kV) Brauweiler Control Centre 26,913 kilometre gas pipelines 3.913 million standard cubic metre gas storage tanks

    RWE

    E.ON

    EnBW

    Vattenfall

    32

    30

    10

    27

    Transmission grid by operator in %

    Transmission

    Electricity 14.4 million domestic and commercial customers 167,800 industrial customers Gas 6.3 million domestic and commercial customers 34,800 industrial customers

    Germany

    UK

    Netherlands

    Hungary

    Poland

    49

    30

    1

    14

    6

    Distribution of electricity, customers in %

    Sales and use

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  • External revenue € million 48,950

    Germany € million 30,694

    Outside Germany € million 18,256

    EBITDA € million 8,314

    Electricity production kWh billion 334.2

    Electricity sales kWh billion 317.1

    Power station capacity MW 45,196

    Gas sales kWh billion 327.8

    Workforce full-time equivalent 65,908

    RWE Group in 2008

    Shareholder structure of RWE AG in %

    15% RW Energie-Beteiligungsgesellschaft

    5% Capital Research & Management

    59% Other institutional shareholders

    1% Employee shareholders

    6% Own shares

    14% Individual shareholders

    79% Institutional shareholders 39% Germany 17% US/Canada 11% UK/Ireland 11% Continental Europe excl. Germany 1% Rest of the world

    Percentages reflect shares in the subscribed capital. Sources: Shareholder identification and notifications of shareholdings in accordance with the German Securities Trading Act (WpHG), as of December 31, 2008.

    RWE Group revenue by region in 2008 in %

    62.6% Germany0.6% Other

    16.5% Rest of Europe

    20.3% UK

    RWE in Poland

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  • RWE is one of Europe’s five leading electricity and gas companies. It is

    active in the generation, trading, transmission and supply of electricity

    and gas. This integrated business model enables RWE to take advantage of

    the rising demand for energy. Through the fully consolidated investments,

    66,000 RWE employees supply over 14 million customers with electricity

    and 6 million customers with gas. In fiscal year 2008, RWE recorded

    €49 billion in revenue. Europe is the core market for the company:

    RWE is the No. 1 power producer in Germany and No. 3 in the UK. RWE

    continously expands its position in Central and South Eastern Europe.

    RWE’s power plant portfolio and investment programme for building new,

    environmentally friendly generation capacity are the basis for growing

    earnings in the future. Energy from renewables p

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