Fortum in Sweden

Fortum entered the Swedish market in 1996 in conjunction with the energy market reforms. Today Fortum is one of the major energy companies on the Swedish market with strong presence in carbon dioxide free power generation, heat generation, electricity sales, charging infrastructure and waste & recycling.

Krångede hydro power plant

Power generation

With some 130 hydro power plants in Sweden Fortum is not only one of the largest operators, it also gives us the opportunity to make our hydro contribute to a cleaner world. Even with some power plants a hundred years old, hydro power's contribution to the emerging fully renewable energy system is crucial. In order to balance its energy contribution to the system, the local environmental effects and the global environmental benefits, Fortum takes perspective based on the whole river system rather than individual plants.

Together with the municipality owned power company Skellefteå Kraft we co-own the largest arctic wind power park, Blaiken. Our second wind power park in Sweden, Solberg, is planned to be operational during 2018.

Fortum is also co-owner of the Swedish nuclear power plants Oskarshamn and Forsmark.

District heating

Co-owned with the City of Stockholm, the district heating company Stockholm Exergi does not only provide heat and cooling for the Stockholm region. It also has a significant role in the City of Stockholm's ambitious climate targets to use only renewable or recovered energy by 2022. With solutions that redefine the sectors traditional business models, like Stockholm Data Parks, Stockholm Exergi sets world leading standards for energy recovery in a city, thus creating a solid foundation for circular economy based sustainable cities.

Electricity sales

Fortum is the largest electricity retail company in Sweden with 40 percent of our 2.4 million Nordic customers. With solutions for EV-home charging, Smart Living remand responses and Solar Power packages we offer our customers a wide range of services.

Circular Economy services

In 2016 Fortum acquired Ekokem, now Fortum Recycling & Waste Solutions. The facility situated in Sweden specializes in handling toxic waste.