Combined heat and power (CHP)

We have CHP plants in Finland, Poland, Russia and the Baltic countries.

Chelyabinsk CHP-4
Country Power plant Commercial operation started Capacity (MW) Fuel
Finland Joensuu 1986 52 (electricity),
180 (heat)
Biomass
Finland Järvenpää  2013 23 (electricity),
45 (heat)
Biomass
Finland Suomenoja  1977- 350 (electricity),
600 (heat)
Coal, gas
Finland Riihimäki    18 (electricity),
90 (heat)
Waste
Estonia Pärnu  2010 24 (electricity),
48 (heat)
Biomass
Estonia Tartto  2009 25 (electricity),
50 (heat)
Biomass
Latvia Jelgava  2013 23 (electricity),
45 (heat)
Biomass
Lithuania Klaipéda 2013 20 (electricity),
64 (heat)
Biomass, Waste
Poland Częstochowa 2010 68.4 (electricity),
129.1 (heat)
Coal, biomass
Poland Bytom 1954 55 (electricity),
214 (heat)
Coal
Poland Zabrze 1897 62.9 (electricity),
174.2 (heat)
Coal
Poland Zabrze 2018 75 (electricity),
145 (heat)
Coal, RDF, biomass
Russia Argayash 1954 195 (electricity),
670 (heat)
Coal, gas
Russia Chelyabinsk CHP-1 1942,2014 (upgrade) 137.8 (electricity),
790.8 (heat)
Coal, gas
Russia Chelyabinsk CHP-2 1962, 2015 (upgrade) 320 (electricity),
1,111.8 (heat)
Coal, gas
Russia Chelyabinsk CHP-3 1996, 2006, 2011 580 (electricity),
1,307 (heat)
Gas
Russia Chelyabinsk GRES 1930, 2015, 2016 533.5 (electricity),
1,056 (heat)
Gas
Russia Tyumen CHP-1 1960, 2011 659.7 (electricity),
1,820.1 (heat)
Gas
Russia Tyumen CHP-2 1986 755 (electricity),
1,639.8 (heat)
Gas

Jointly owned

Country Power plant  Other owners Fortum's share (%)
Finland Naantali Turun Seudun Energia, TSE 49.5 
Sweden Brista Stockholm Exergi 50
Sweden Hässelby Stockholm Exergi 50
Sweden Högdalen Stockholm Exergi 50
Sweden Värtäverket Stockholm Exergi 50

Thermal

Country Power plant Commercial operation started Capacity (MW) Fuel
Russia Nyagan GRES 2013, 2015 1,302.4 (electricity),
69.4  (heat)
Gas
Finland Meri-Pori 1994 565 (electricity) Coal