Our energy production
Modern life requires more energy than ever before. To meet this demand, we use reliable production methods like hydro power and nuclear power. But at the same time, we aim to accelerate the transition to a clean energy future by investing heavily in solar and wind power.
Adding biomass to the fuel mix for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) reduces CO₂ emissions.
Nuclear and hydro power plants give us the stability and flexibility to meet increasing energy demand.
Ready for the future
CO₂-free, renewable energy is the way forward and we’re leading the change for a cleaner world.
Fortum's production volumes (2021)
of total power generation CO₂ free
Fortum's power generation capacity, 31 Dec 2020
|Combined Heat and Power||375||455||3,497||3,222||-||525||355||8,249|
Fortum's heat production capacity, 31 Dec 2020
High operational excellence ensures reliable operations
Energy availability of hydropower plants (excl. Uniper)
Energy availability of combined heat and power (CHP) plants (excl. Uniper)
Load factor of the Loviisa nuclear power plant, Finland