July 2, 1998 - The national electricity authority RENEL is reorganised and Electrica SA is established as a joint stock company and a subsidiary of the newly established national power company Conel SA.
July 13, 2000 – Electrica SA spins off from Conel SA and becomes a joint stock company.
Mar 1, 2002 – SC Electrica SA is transformed into a holding company in control of eight subsidiaries: Electrica Banat SA, Electrica Dobrogea SA, Electrica Moldova SA, Electrica Oltenia SA, Electrica Muntenia Sud SA, Electrica Muntenia Nord SA, Electrica Transilvania Sud and Electrica Transilvania Nord.
2002 – Electrica SA established a joint venture with the Spanish company Soluziona, Electrica-Soluziona SA, mainly providing consultancy services and implementing information systems.
July 19, 2004 – Electrica SA sells 51% stakes in Electrica Banat SA and Electrica Dobrogea SA to the Italian power company Enel SpA for the total EUR 127.6 mln.
February 2005 – Electrica SA sells 51% in its subsidiary Electrica Moldova SA to German company E.ON Energie AG for EUR 100 mln.
Apr 5, 2005 – The company sells a 51% stake in its subsidiary Electrica Oltenia SA to Czech company CEZ for the total sum of EUR 151 mln.
June 2006 - Electrica SA signs a EUR 820 mln preliminary contract for the sale of a 67.5% stake in Electrica Muntenia Sud with Enel. The deal is awaiting approval from the Romanian government.
January 2014 - Romania's Government announces its plans to sell a 51% stake in Electrica SA through the Bucharest Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange in June 2014.
July 4, 2014 - The company is listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange.
July 14, 2014 - The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Last updated on June 6, 2019.