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Enea became a partner of Large Family Card programme

Enea’s new offer ENERGY+ Family will be addressed to people entitled to use the Large Family Card. Thanks to that families with at least three children will be able to use a discount for electricity. Enea joined the Large Family Card partners on Saturday 17 June, signing solemnly a contract with the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy at the Large Family Meeting in Nysa.

The Large Family Card is a system of discounts and additional allowances for 3+ families, in public institutions, private and state enterprises. Its holders have the opportunity to make cheaper use of the offer of cultural institutions, means of communication, recreation centres, grocery stores, service points, petrol stations and book stores throughout the country. Holding a card makes it easy for large families to access leisure activities and reduce the cost of living every day. 

- Last year we made changes to the Large Family Card, which made its offer more attractive for many families. We remember that large families’ home budgets are very encumbered, so all the relieves and discounts are some support to them. Our family policy, led by the "500+ Family" program, has restored the dignity of the Polish family. Thanks to the 500+ allowance they can also benefit from the Large Family Card – said Elżbieta Rafalska, the minister of family, labour and social policy.

The Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy to cooperation also invited Enea, the vice-leader of the Polish electricity market in the field of electricity generation.

- Enea is a socially responsible company. We are consistently implementing our Development Strategy, so we take care of the country's energy security, stability and reliability of supply to our customers, who are often also large families. A large family is a big challenge and we want to help them with our offer – said Piotr Adamczak, vice-president of Enea for commercial affairs. - For years we have been supporting cultural institutions, social organisations or major sporting events, now it is time for families. ENERGY + Family offers an unquestionable benefit to families eligible for the Large Family Card in the form of significant reductions in electricity payments – he added.

Thanks to the cooperation of the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy, the  3 Plus Family Association and Enea, every family with at least three children will be able to take advantage of the ENERGY+ Family offer from 19 June. Upon presentation of the Large Family Card, the Recipient signing the agreement for ENERGY+ Family product will receive the lowest energy price in Enea. In addition, this product will not include trading fees. ENERGY+ Family is also a guarantee fixed prices for a period of 36 to 42 months and a guarantee of price reduction in case in the future prices resulting from tariffs of Enea prove to be more favourable to customers. The offer in the first stage will be addressed to Enea's Customers in the distribution area of EneaOperator, in the next - from the whole of Poland.

Holders of the Large Family Card can use the offer in more than 10,000 places reported by almost a thousand companies and institutions from all over Poland.  

- We are delighted to welcome Enea among companies granting discounts under the Large Family Card! Signing the contract by Enea gives large families measurable benefits in terms of electricity consumption costs. Enea gives a good example to companies that are active in the services and products families use every day - said Joanna Krupska, President of the 3 Plus Family Association.

Currently 1.8 million people have already received the card.

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