Reporting structure

Fortum's segment reporting is based on business operations combined with one segment based on geographical area. Following the consolidation of Uniper as a subsidiary on 31 March 2020, Fortum has revised its reportable segments and reports Uniper as a separate segment. Fortum's reportable segments under IFRS are Generation, Russia, City Solutions, Consumer Solutions and Uniper. Other Operations includes corporate functions, R&D and technology development projects.

Generation

Generation is responsible for Nordic power generation. The segment comprises nuclear, hydro, wind, and thermal power generation, as well as power portfolio optimisation, trading, industrial intelligence, and global nuclear services. 

Russia

The Russia segment comprises power and heat generation and sales in Russia. The segment also includes Fortum’s more than 29% holding in TGC‑1, which is an associated company and is accounted for using the equity method. The segment does not include Uniper’s Russian subsidiary Unipro.

City Solutions

City Solutions is responsible for sustainable solutions for urban areas. The segment comprises heating, cooling, waste-to-energy, and other circular economy solutions, as well as solar power generation, services, and development of new biomass-based businesses. The business operations are located in the Nordics, the Baltic countries, Poland, and India.

Consumer Solutions

Consumer Solutions is responsible for the electricity and gas retail businesses in the Nordics, Poland, and Spain, including the customer service, invoicing, and debt collection businesses. Fortum is the largest electricity retail business in the Nordics. The business provides electricity as well as related value-added and digital services.

Uniper

The Uniper segment comprises Fortum’s majority ownership in Uniper. Uniper is a subsidiary to Fortum and a leading international energy company with activities in more than 40 countries. Its business is the secure provision of energy and related services. Its main activities include power generation in Europe and Russia as well as global energy trading.