Fortum companies in the Netherlands create shareholder value by owning Fortum operations worldwide, supporting their profitability, carrying the risk, and enjoying the profits related to these shareholdings and their operations. Next to holding companies, the Dutch branch of Fortum Finance Ireland DAC provided financing activities, including the effective management of intra-group financing dedicated to operational group companies. Fortum Finance Ireland DAC, Dutch branch financing is organized in independent, stable loan portfolios ensuring predictable and safe financing for Fortum Group companies.
The Dutch companies aim to maintain or improve the value of shares in Fortum Oyj books.
Our office in the Netherlands is located in Breda and employs ten professionals in economics and finance, treasury, taxation, and accounting.
Fortum companies in the Netherlands invest in solar and wind operations, heating, and cooling, waste-to-energy, as well as solutions to improve resource efficiency, more specifically, the production, distribution, B2B, and B2C sale of energy from a different source but also power plant services.
Dutch entities are also involved in new operations by investing in start-ups looking for future solutions for the power industry, such as Valo Ventures.
- Direct and indirect participation in more than 80 companies in the following countries: the Netherlands. Germany, Poland, Norway, Lithuania, Finland, India, France, Sweden, Rwanda, the UK, and the USA
- Approx. 420M Euro of new investments in the last three years
- Significant projects executed:
- New equity shares to Finnfund in Fortum Charge & Drive India
- Equity investments to Valo Fund
- Equity investment to IVO Energy Ltd
- Equity investment to Assam Biorefinery Pvt Ltd
- Sale of 80% stake in Nordic wind portfolio
- Sales of Recharge AS group
- Divestment of Indian Solar projects to Actis
- Divestment of Plugsurfing BV