Imatra power plant in Finland

Energy production

Fortum's diversified production portfolio utilises several energy sources in an environmentally benign way. We aim to continuously improve our competitiveness in climate issues and to keep greenhouse gas emissions among the lowest in the European energy industry. In 2011 was 86 % of Fortum´s power generation in Europe CO2-free.

Fortum has an ongoing investment plan to replace retairing capacity and to build new environmentally-benign power generation. It contains nuclear power, combined heat and power plants, wind power and hydropower refurbishments.

Fortum's power generation capacity, 31 December 2011:

​MW ​Finland ​Sweden ​Russia ​Other ​Total
Hydropower​ ​1,526 3,166 -​ -​ 4,692
​Nuclear power ​1,444 ​1,787 ​- ​- ​3,231
​Combined heat and power ​808 ​518 ​3,404 ​391 ​5,121
​Condensing power ​1,376 ​297 ​- ​- ​1,673
​Other ​3 ​106 ​- ​- ​109
​Total ​5,157 ​5,874 ​3,404 ​391 ​14,826

 

Fortum's heat production capacity, 31 December 2011:

 

​MW ​Finland ​Sweden ​Russia ​Other ​Total
​Heat ​4,003 ​3,773 ​14,107 ​2,846 ​24,732

 

 

1/7/2015