Governance & Oversight

Shareholder Structure

The Company had two shareholders as at 31 December 2015. The majority shareholder was the Italian company Enel Produzione S. p. A., owning 66% of the shares. The minority shareholder was the Slovak Republic (SR), represented by the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic, owning 34% of the shares.

Enel group The Slovak Republic, represented by the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic

Enel Group

30 countries

on four continents

1,9 mln

kilometers of networks

61 mln


69 000



Board of Directors

The Board of Directors has seven members. The Board of Directors is presided over by its Chairman, who is represented in his absence by the Vice-Chairman.

As at 31 December 2015 the positions of Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Members of the Board of Directors were held by:

Nicola Cotugno

Nicola Cotugno, Chairman of the Board of Directors

Branislav Strýček

Branislav Strýček, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors

Jaroslav Holubec

Jaroslav Holubec, Member of the Board of Directors

Jozef Zlatňanský

Jozef Zlatňanský, Member of the Board of Directors

Ľubomír Maxim

Ľubomír Maxim, Member of the Board of Directors

Viliam Kupec

Viliam Kupec, Member of the Board of Directors

Peter Hlbocký

Peter Hlbocký, Member of the Board of Directors

Supervisory Board

Radovan Okenka

Roberto Antonio Enzo Deambrogio, Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Carlo Tamburi

Radovan Okenka, Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board

  • Peter Mihók, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Michal Korec, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Zdenek Turian, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Alda Paola Baldi, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Maurizio Rossetto, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Ján Topoľovský, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Eduard Metke, CSc., Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Jozef Kubovič, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Ľudovít Hacaj, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Ludovica Maria Vittoria Parodi Borgia, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Alessandra Proietti Semproni, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Leonardo Zannella, Member of the Supervisory Board

  • Vittorio Giuseppe Francesco Vagliasindi, Member of the Supervisory Board

Organizational Structure

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Level 2

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Nuclear Oversight

Our mission is to identify opportunities for improvement in safety performance and provide independent nuclear safety assessment and insight into causes and contributors of events in order to assist in achieving excellence in operational safety.


The activities of the Independent Nuclear Oversight in 2015 consisted mainly of reviewing the functional and cross-functional areas at Bohunice (EBO) and Mochovce (EMO) nuclear power plants according to WANO (World Association of Nuclear Operators) performance objectives and criteria; identifying shortcomings and areas for improvement at the MO34 construction site that may have an adverse impact on the safety of the future operation; and the cooperation and participation of Nuclear Oversight experts in independent nuclear safety assessments worldwide – WANO, OSART (Operational Safety Review Team) peer reviews.

Based on the operating results, trends of key performance indicators and the results of Nuclear Oversight reviews, the Nuclear Oversight evaluated operation of Bohunice NPP and Mochovce NPP in 2015 as safe and reliable.

2015 Operation and Safety Report of Mochovce and Bohunice V2 NPPs

Integrated Management System

The Integrated Management System (IMS) of Slovenské elektrárne is the cornerstone for setting the integrated policy and main goals of the organisation as well as for their effective and efficient deployment. Concurrently it guarantees the fulfilment of all relevant requirements of stakeholders, i.e. customers, owners, suppliers as well as Company’s employees.


In compliance with the Principles for a Strong Nuclear Safety Culture (pursuant to the WANO GL 2006-02 guideline) the IMS provides an organisational structure and direction of the Company in a way that promotes the development of a safety culture along with the achieving of high levels of safety performance. IMS defines a working environment in which staff can address safety issues without undue fear of possible persecution, intimidation, retaliation or discrimination. The IMS’s functionality and efficiency was reviewed in 2015 by a renowned independent accredited authority. The outcome was the renewal of Slovenské elektrárne’s certificates under international standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 (see certificates below), and confirmation of the Company’s orientation on integration and continuous improvement.

iso9001 ISO 9001
iso14001 ISO 14001
iso18001 OHSAS 18001


The quality management system (QMS) is one of the pillars of the IMS.

The efficiency and effectiveness of the IMS was verified in 2015 through 14 integrated IMS audits, coordinated with other feedback tools (e.g. Independent Nuclear Oversight assessments, self-assessments, etc.) and conducted at the headquarters and at all plants and establishments of the Company. The findings are continuously used with a view to continuous improvement of the IMS through the defined corrective and preventive actions.

Slovenské elektrárne is aware of the full responsibility resulting from its area of activity and also the fact that this responsibility cannot be passed on to suppliers. For this reason, in 2015, 46 external or customer audits were carried out at the place of selected suppliers having a possible impact on nuclear safety. Audits were performed by qualified auditors, with the participation of technical experts from the nuclear installations. The audit results of supplier serve for overall improvements in the performance of suppliers.

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