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Pärnu CHP plant
Tartu CHP plant has operated since April 2009. The capacity is 25 MW of electricity and 50 MW of heat.The plant uses local fuels, woodchips and milled peat, whereby a large part of the peat is from the own peat deposits. The plant produces district heating for more than 75% of Tartu´s residents and the electricity is sold at the stock market. The annual sales is 175 GWh of electricity and 380 GWh of heat.To minimise energy losses in heat deliveries and distribution process, the network is being renovated, replacing 5 - 6 km of the old pipeline annually. The total length of the district heating network in Tartu is 153 km. AS Fortum Tartu is owned by Fortum Power and Heat Oy (60%) and local company AS Giga (40%). Contact information
Pärnu power plant is our second CHP plant in Estonia which uses local bio fuels like wood chips and wood residues from local wood processing industry and milled peat. The usage of local fuel resources reduces dependence on imported fuels and provides a competitive and stable heat price for customers as well as supports local economy. Environmental impact of heat and electricity production in Pärnu has been reduced to a minimum thanks to its fluidized bed technology boiler, which is highly efficient and environmentally friendly. Pärnu power plant has been operation since November 2010 and it was officially inaugurated in January 2011. The production capacity of Pärnu plant is 24 MW of electricity and 48 MW of heat. Fortum is heating half of the households in Pärnu city. The annual sales volume is around 165 GWh of electricity and 180 GWh of heat.
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