Combined heat and power (CHP) and condensing power plants

We have power plants in Finland and other Nordic countries, Poland and Russia.

Chelyabinsk CHP-4
Country Power plant Commercial operation started Capacity (MW) Fuel
Denmark Nyborg  

16 (electricity),
40 (heat)

Waste
Finland Suomenoja 1977

350 (electricity),
600 (heat)

Coal, gas
Finland Riihimäki  

18 (electricity),
90 (heat)

Waste
Norway Klemetsrud  

22 (electricity),
120 (heat)

Waste
Poland Częstochowa 2010

68 (electricity),
129 (heat)

Coal, biomass
Poland Bytom 1954

55 (electricity),
214 (heat)

Coal
Poland Zabrze 1897

63 (electricity),
174 (heat)

Coal
Poland Zabrze 2018

75 (electricity),
145 (heat)

Coal, RDF, biomass
Russia Chelyabinsk CHP-1 1942, 2014 (upgrade)

138 (electricity),
791 (heat)

Gas
Russia Chelyabinsk CHP-2 1962, 2015 (upgrade)

320 (electricity),
1,112 (heat)

Coal, gas
Russia Chelyabinsk CHP-3 1996, 2006, 2011

580 (electricity),
1,307 (heat)

Gas
Russia Chelyabinsk GRES 1930, 2015, 2016

534 (electricity),
1,056 (heat)

Gas
Russia Tyumen CHP-1 1960, 2011

660 (electricity),
1,820 (heat)

Gas
Russia Tyumen CHP-2 1986

755 (electricity),
1,640 (heat)

Gas
Sweden Kumla  

9 (electricity),
35 (heat)

Waste

Thermal

Country Power plant Commercial operation started Capacity (MW) Fuel
Russia Nyagan GRES 2013, 2015 1,302 (electricity) Gas
Finland Meri-Pori 1994 565 (electricity) Coal

Jointly owned

Country Power plant Other owners Fortum's share (%)
Finland Naantali Turku Energia, City of Naantali 53.5