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A strong start for the year

28 April 2009, 09:00 EEST

Fortum Corporation Interim Report January-March 2009 28 April 2009 at 9.00 EET

A strong start for the year                                                     

- Comparable operating profit EUR 602 (581) million, +4%. This includes a       
EUR 50 million negative translation effect from weaker SEK 
- Earnings per share EUR 0.46  (EUR 0.51); lower contribution from associates   
accounts for ~EUR 0.08 of the EPS decrease                                      
- Net debt decreased by EUR 545 million to EUR 5,634 million during the quarter 
- 90% (90%) of the generated power in the EU was CO2-free                       
- 75% of Nordic power sales volume hedged for the rest of 2009 at EUR 51 per MWh
- TGC-10 integration proceeding in line with plans                              

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| Key figures                    | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Sales, EUR million             | 1,632    | 1,440    | 5,636     | 5,828     |
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| Operating profit, EUR million  | 599      | 609      | 1,963     | 1,953     |
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| Comparable operating profit,   | 602      | 581      | 1,845     | 1,866     |
| EUR million                    |          |          |           |           |
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| Profit before taxes, EUR       | 534      | 598      | 1,850     | 1,786     |
| million                        |          |          |           |           |
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| Earnings per share, EUR        | 0.46     | 0.51     | 1.74      | 1.69      |
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| Net cash from operating        | 822      | 542      | 2,002     | 2,282     |
| activities, EUR million        |          |          |           |           |
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| Shareholders' equity per       | 9.34     | 9.53     | 8.96      |           |
| share, EUR                     |          |          |           |           |
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| Interest-bearing net debt      | 5,634    | 5,228    | 6,179     |           |
| (at                            |          |          |           |           |
| end of period), EUR million    |          |          |           |           |
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| Average number of shares,      | 888,095  | 887,085  | 887,256   | 887,433   |
| 1,000s                         |          |          |           |           |
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| Key financial ratios                           | 2008        | LTM           |
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| Return on capital employed, %                  | 15.0        | 12.6          |
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| Return on shareholders' equity, %              | 18.7        | 17.0          |
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| Net debt/EBITDA                                | 2.5         | 2.3           |
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First quarter 2009 results were a good achievement amidst challenging market    
conditions. The biggest segment, Power Generation, achieved its highest-ever    
quarterly result with the highest-ever achieved Nordic power price. The first   
quarter market conditions were more difficult than usual. The Nordic countries  
consumed about 3% less electricity in the first quarter of 2009 than the        
previous year. The temperature corrected consumption was about 6% below the     
previous year. Also the decline of key currency rates, especially the SEK,      
affected the results negatively.                                                

January-March comparable operating profit was EUR 602 million. The improvement  
from last year is mainly due to better performance in the Power Generation and  
Markets segments.                                                               

The decrease in the Swedish currency rate affected the operating profit         
negatively. The average SEK rate for the first-quarter 2009 decreased by        
approximately 16% from the same period last year. The negative translation      
effect from the decrease on the average SEK rate was approximately EUR 50       
million in first quarter 2009 comparable operating profit, compared to the same 
period last year. The decline of the Polish, Norwegian and Russian currencies   
accented the negative translation effects by EUR 7 million, which totalled EUR  
-57 million in the first-quarter 2009.                                          

The share of profit of associates and joint ventures was EUR -33 (+34) million, 
mainly due to Hafslund ASA in Norway.                                           

Fortum's net cash from operating activities increased and was EUR 822 (542)     
million. In the first quarter, Fortum's net debt decreased by EUR 545 million to
EUR 5,634 million.                                                              

Fortum's liquidity is strong, with liquid funds at the end of the quarter       
amounting to EUR 3,041 million. Undrawn committed credit facilities were        
approximately EUR 2.6 billion at the end of March. In March 2009, Fortum issued 
a EUR 750 million five-year and a EUR 750 million ten-year eurobond under its   
EMTN (Euro Medium-Term Note) programme. The five-year bond carries a coupon of  
4.625% and the ten-year bond 6%.                                                

The integration of TGC-10 is proceeding according to plans. Fortum's Russian    
segment achieved a stand-alone operating profit that is in line with the        
performance in the first quarter of last year. This is a good achievement in a  
difficult environment - Russian power prices, volumes, and currency declined    
clearly from the first quarter of last year.                                    

In the first quarter, the Power Generation segment's achieved Nordic power price
was EUR 49.6 (44.6) per megawatt-hour (MWh), 11% higher than a year ago. The    
average system spot price of electricity in Nord Pool was EUR 38.2 (38.0) per   
MWh.                                                                            

Financial results                                                               

January - March                                                                 

Group sales were EUR 1,632 (1,440) million. Group operating profit totalled EUR 
599 (609) million. Comparable operating profit totalled EUR 602 (581) million.  

Sales by segment                                                                

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| EUR million                    | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Power Generation               | 705      | 717      | 2,892     | 2,880     |
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| Heat                           | 513      | 493      | 1,466     | 1,486     |
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| Distribution                   | 229      | 232      | 789       | 786       |
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| Markets                        | 469      | 519      | 1,922     | 1,872     |
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| Russia                         | 184      | -        | 489       | 673       |
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| Other                          | 18       | 20       | 83        | 81        |
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| Netting of Nord Pool           | -358     | -426     | -1,736    | -1,668    |
| transactions                   |          |          |           |           |
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| Eliminations                   | -128     | -115     | -269      | -282      |
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| Total                          | 1,632    | 1,440    | 5,636     | 5,828     |
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Comparable operating profit by segment                                          

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| EUR million                    | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Power Generation               | 419      | 395      | 1,528     | 1,552     |
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| Heat                           | 112      | 121      | 250       | 241       |
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| Distribution                   | 81       | 87       | 248       | 242       |
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| Markets                        | -2       | -10      | -33       | -25       |
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| Russia                         | 5        | -        | -92       | -87       |
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| Other                          | -13      | -12      | -56       | -57       |
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| Total                          | 602      | 581      | 1,845     | 1,866     |
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Operating profit by segment                                                     

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| EUR million                    | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Power Generation               | 423      | 431      | 1,599     | 1,591     |
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| Heat                           | 113      | 130      | 307       | 290       |
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| Distribution                   | 81       | 86       | 248       | 243       |
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| Markets                        | -11      | -20      | -35       | -26       |
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| Russia                         | 5        | -        | -91       | -86       |
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| Other                          | -12      | -18      | -65       | -59       |
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| Total                          | 599      | 609      | 1,963     | 1,953     |
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Share of profits of associates and joint ventures was EUR -33 million, EUR 67   
million lower than in the previous year. This was mainly due to the lower       
contribution from Hafslund ASA's fourth-quarter 2008 earnings. Hafslund's effect
is EUR 61 million of the decrease.                                              

The Group's net financial expenses decreased to EUR 32 (45) million. The        
decrease is mainly attributable to higher interest income and fair value gains. 
The change in fair value of derivatives was EUR 11 (-2) million.                

Profit before taxes was EUR 534 (598) million.                                  

Taxes for the period totalled EUR 111 (122) million. The tax rate according to  
the income statement was 20.8% (20.4).                                          

The profit for the period was EUR 406 (452) million. Fortum's earnings per share
were EUR 0.46 (0.51).                                                           

Non-controlling (minority) interests accounted for EUR 17 (24) million. These   
are mainly attributable to Fortum Värme Holding AB, in which the City of        
Stockholm has a 50% economic interest.                                          

Return on capital employed was 12.6% for the last twelve months (15.0% at       
year-end 2008), and return on shareholders' equity was 17.0% for the last twelve
months (18.7% at year-end 2008).                                                

Market conditions                                                               

NORDIC COUNTRIES                                                                

According to preliminary statistics, the Nordic countries consumed 112 (115)    
terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity in the first quarter of 2009, about 3% less 
than the previous year. The temperature-corrected consumption was about 6% less 
than the previous year - first quarter 2009 was colder than the first quarter   
last year. The decrease is mainly attributable to the drop in industrial        
consumption as a result of the economic slowdown. The Nordic industrial         
consumption decreased about 17% compared to the first quarter in 2008.          

The price of coal decreased during the first quarter of 2009 and was clearly    
lower compared to the year before. The average market price of coal (ICE API2)  
during the first quarter was EUR 55 (92) per tonne. Oil prices remained stable  
during the first quarter of 2009 but were at a significantly lower level        
compared to the first quarter of 2008. During the first quarter, the average    
market price of CO2 emission allowances (EUA) for 2009 was EUR 11.5 per tonne   
CO2. The corresponding price for CO2 emission allowances for 2008 was EUR 21.4  
per tonne CO2.                                                                  

Year 2009 started with the Nordic water reservoirs 5 TWh below the long-term    
average. At the end of the first quarter, the Nordic water reservoirs were 8 TWh
below the long-term average and 17 TWh below the corresponding level last year. 

During the first quarter, the average system spot price for power in Nord Pool  
was EUR 38.2 (38.0) per MWh. During the first quarter, the Finnish and Swedish  
area prices were close to the system price level, being EUR 38.1 (39.3) per MWh 
in Finland and EUR 38.3 (39.2) per MWh in Sweden.                               

In Germany, the average spot price for the first quarter was EUR 47.4 (56.2) per
MWh, being higher than in the Nordic area. This resulted in a net export from   
the Nordic area to Germany.                                                     

RUSSIA                                                                          

According to preliminary statistics, electricity demand in the first quarter of 
2009 decreased by 6-7% compared to the corresponding period of the previous     
year. In the Urals region, electricity consumption decreased by about 8%        
compared to the previous year. In the Tyumen region, where industrial production
is dominated by oil and gas industries, electricity demand continued to increase
by 1-2%. In the Chelyabinsk region, dominated by the metals industry, the       
decrease in electricity demand was over 15%                                     

The average electricity spot price, excluding capacity price, in the European   
Urals part of Russia declined to 585 (761) RUB/MWh during the first quarter of  
2009. The regulated electricity prices increased from a year ago. The capacity  
prices are still mainly regulated and were, on average, higher than a year ago. 

The electricity market liberalisation rate was increased from 25% to 30% in the 
beginning of 2009. The rules for the long-term capacity market are currently    
under consideration by Russian government.                                      

Total power and heat generation figures                                         

Fortum's total power generation during January-March 2009 was 19.2 (15.2) TWh,  
of which 13.7 (14.9) TWh was in the Nordic countries, representing 12% (13%) of 
the total Nordic electricity consumption. Fortum's total heat production during 
January-March 2009 was 19.1 (9.0) TWh, of which 7.7 (7.6) TWh was in the Nordic 
countries.                                                                      

The increase in the total power and heat generation volumes is mainly due to the
inclusion of TGC-10, consolidated from the beginning of April 2008.             

The decrease in the Nordic hydropower generation is mainly due to lower         
precipitation and inflows into Nordic water reservoirs. 2008 was an             
exceptionally good hydro year. The decrease in the Nordic nuclear power         
generation is mainly due to different timing in planned maintenance outages in  
Sweden.                                                                         

Fortum's total power and heat generation figures are presented below. In        
addition, the segment reviews include the respective figures by segment.        

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| Fortum's total power and heat  | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| generation in the EU and       |          |          |           |           |
| Norway, TWh                    |          |          |           |           |
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| Power generation               | 14.0     | 15.2     | 52.6      | 51.4      |
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| Heat generation                | 9.1      | 9.0      | 25.0      | 25.1      |
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| Fortum's total power and heat  | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| generation in Russia, TWh      |          |          |           |           |
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| Power generation               | 5.2      | -        | 11.6      | 16.8      |
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| Heat generation                | 10.0     | -        | 15.3      | 25.3      |
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| Fortum's own power generation  | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| by source, TWh, total in the   |          |          |           |           |
| Nordic countries               |          |          |           |           |
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| Hydropower                     | 5.7      | 6.3      | 22.9      | 22.3      |
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| Nuclear power                  | 6.4      | 6.9      | 23.7      | 23.2      |
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| Thermal power                  | 1.6      | 1.7      | 5.0       | 4.9       |
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| Total                          | 13.7     | 14.9     | 51.6      | 50.4      |
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| Fortum's own power generation  | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| by source, %, total in the     |          |          |           |           |
| Nordic countries               |          |          |           |           |
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| Hydropower                     | 41       | 42       | 44        | 44        |
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| Nuclear power                  | 47       | 46       | 46        | 46        |
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| Thermal power                  | 12       | 12       | 10        | 10        |
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| Total                          | 100      | 100      | 100       | 100       |
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Total power and heat sales figures                                              

Fortum's total power sales during January-March 2009 were 21.4 (17.1) TWh, of   
which 15.5 (16.8) TWh were in the Nordic countries. This represents             
approximately 14% (15%) of estimated Nordic electricity consumption during      
January-March 2009. Fortum's total heat sales during January-March 2009 were    
20.2 (9.7) TWh, of which 7.2 (7.2) TWh were in the Nordic countries.            

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| Fortum's total electricity* and  | I/09    | I/08    | 2008      | LTM       |
| heat sales in the EU and Norway, |         |         |           |           |
| EUR million                      |         |         |           |           |
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| Electricity sales                | 784     | 759     | 2,959     | 2,984     |
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| Heat sales                       | 407     | 395     | 1,157     | 1,169     |
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* Nord Pool transactions are calculated as a net amount of hourly sales and     
purchases at the Group level.                                                   

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| Fortum's total electricity and   | I/09    | I/08    | 2008      | LTM       |
| heat sales in Russia, EUR        |         |         |           |           |
| million                          |         |         |           |           |
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| Electricity sales                | 103     | -       | 332       | 435       |
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| Heat sales                       | 81      | -       | 141       | 222       |
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| Fortum's total electricity     | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| sales* by area, TWh            |          |          |           |           |
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| Finland                        | 7.4      | 7.8      | 28.7      | 28.3      |
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| Sweden                         | 7.5      | 8.4      | 28.5      | 27.6      |
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| Russia                         | 5.6      | -        | 14.8      | 20.4      |
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| Other countries                | 0.9      | 0.9      | 3.0       | 3.0       |
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| Total                          | 21.4     | 17.1     | 75.0      | 79.3      |
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* Nord Pool transactions are calculated as a net amount of hourly sales and     
purchases at the Group level.                                                   

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| Fortum's total heat sales by   | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| area, TWh                      |          |          |           |           |
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| Russia                         | 10.2     | -        | 15.3      | 25.5      |
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| Finland                        | 3.1      | 3.7      | 10.8      | 10.2      |
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| Sweden                         | 4.0      | 3.4      | 9.1       | 9.7       |
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| Poland                         | 1.8      | 1.5      | 3.6       | 3.9       |
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| Other countries**              | 1.1      | 1.1      | 3.4       | 3.4       |
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| Total                          | 20.2     | 9.7      | 42.2      | 52.7      |
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** Including the UK, which is reported in the Power Generation segment, other   
sales.                                                                          

Fortum's emissions subject to the EU's trading scheme                           

During the first quarter of 2009, approximately 90% (90%) of the power generated
by Fortum within the EU countries was CO2-free.                                 

Fortum's total CO2 emissions subject to the EU's emissions trading scheme (ETS) 
in the first quarter amounted to 2.6 million tonnes of CO2.                     

Fortum's total annual CO2 allowance allocation for its power and heat plants is 
approximately 5.9 million tonnes per year during 2008-2012. In Finland, Fortum's
CO2 allocation is approximately 4.1 million tonnes of CO2 per annum,            
representing 11% of the Finnish national allocation. In Sweden, Fortum's free   
CO2 allocation is approximately 0.2 million tonnes of CO2 per annum,            
representing 0.7% of the Swedish national allocation.                           

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| Total CO2 emissions            | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| (million tonnes)               |          |          |           |           |
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| Total emissions                | 7.0      | 2.4      | 17.6      | 22.2      |
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| Emissions subject to ETS       | 2.6      | 2.2      | 7.2       | 7.6       |
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| Free emission allocation       | -        | -        | 5.9       | -         |
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| Emissions in Russia            | 4.1      | -        | 9.8       | 13.9      |
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SEGMENT REVIEWS                                                                 

Power Generation                                                                

The business area comprises power generation and sales in the Nordic countries  
and the provision of operation and maintenance services in the Nordic area and  
selected international markets. The Power Generation segment sells its          
production to Nord Pool. The segment includes the business units Generation,    
Portfolio Management and Trading (PMT), and Service.                            

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| EUR million                       | I/09    | I/08     | 2008     | LTM      |
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| Sales                             | 705     | 717      | 2,892    | 2,880    |
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| - power sales                     | 658     | 646      | 2,566    | 2,578    |
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| - other sales                     | 47      | 71       | 326      | 302      |
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| Operating profit                  | 423     | 431      | 1,599    | 1,591    |
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| Comparable operating profit       | 419     | 395      | 1,528    | 1,552    |
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| Net assets (at period-end)        | 5,392   | 5,633    | 5,331    |          |
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| Return on net assets, %           |         |          | 29.6     | 29.7     |
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| Comparable return on net assets,  |         |          | 28.0     | 28.7     |
| %                                 |         |          |          |          |
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| Gross investments                 | 52      | 18       | 134      | 168      |
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| Number of employees               | 3,511   | 3,544    | 3,520    |          |
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In January-March, the segment's power generation in the Nordic countries was    
12.1 (13.2) TWh. In January-March, approximately 98% (97%) of the segment's     
power generation was CO2-free.                                                  

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| Power generation by source,    | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
| TWh                            |          |          |           |           |
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| Hydropower in Nordic           | 5.7      | 6.3      | 22.9      | 22.3      |
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| Nuclear power in Nordic        | 6.4      | 6.9      | 23.7      | 23.2      |
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| Thermal power in Nordic        | 0.0      | 0.0      | 0.3       | 0.3       |
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| Total in Nordic                | 12.1     | 13.2     | 46.9      | 45.8      |
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| Thermal in other countries     | 0.3      | 0.4      | 1.0       | 0.9       |
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| Total                          | 12.4     | 13.6     | 47.9      | 46.7      |
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| Nordic sales volume, TWh       | 13.4     | 14.6     | 52.1      | 50.9      |
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|  of which pass-through sales   | 0.9      | 1.1      | 3.7       | 3.5       |
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| Sales price, EUR/MWh           | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Generation's Nordic power      | 49.6     | 44.6     | 49.3      | 50.7      |
| price*                         |          |          |           |           |
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* For the Power Generation segment in the Nordic countries, excluding           
pass-through sales.                                                             

During the first quarter, the average system spot price in Nord Pool was EUR    
38.2 per MWh, with the Finnish area price being EUR 38.1 per MWh and the Swedish
area price EUR 38.3 per MWh. In the first quarter, Generation's achieved Nordic 
power price was EUR 49.6 per MWh, up by 11% from a year ago. The segment's      
Nordic sales volume without pass-through items was 12.5 (13.5) TWh in the       
period.                                                                         

In the first quarter, the Power Generation segment's comparable operating profit
was slightly higher than in the corresponding period last year. The improvement 
was mainly due to a higher achieved Nordic power price, stemming from improved  
hedging prices. The positive impact from the higher Nordic power price was      
partly offset by lower hydro and nuclear volumes.                               

The translation effect from the weaker average SEK rate was approximately EUR   
-35 million in the segment's first-quarter comparable operating profit, compared
to the same period a year ago.                                                  

In February, Fortum submitted to the Government of Finland an application for a 
decision-in-principle concerning the construction of a new nuclear power plant  
unit on the island of Hästholmen in Loviisa. According to plan, the new unit    
will be operational in 2020 and its designed service life is at least 60 years. 
The application presents five different plant alternatives.                     

In February, the Swedish government announced its new climate and energy        
strategy, which allows new nuclear power reactors to be built to replace old    
reactors. This decision gives also Fortum new options when considering the      
future development of the Swedish partially-owned Oskarshamn and Forsmark       
nuclear power plants.                                                           

Heat                                                                            

The business area comprises heat generation and sales in the Nordic countries   
and other parts of the Baltic Rim. Fortum is a leading heat producer in the     
Nordic region. The segment also generates power in combined heat and power      
plants (CHP) and sells it to end-customers mainly through long-term contracts,  
as well as to Nord Pool. The segment includes the business units Värme,         
operating in Sweden, and Heat, operating mainly in other markets.               

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| EUR million                       | I/09   | I/08    | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Sales                             | 513    | 493     | 1,466     | 1,486     |
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| - heat sales                      | 397    | 386     | 1,120     | 1,131     |
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| - power sales                     | 84     | 77      | 228       | 235       |
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| - other sales                     | 32     | 30      | 118       | 120       |
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| Operating profit                  | 113    | 130     | 307       | 290       |
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| Comparable operating profit       | 112    | 121     | 250       | 241       |
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| Net assets (at period-end)        | 3,484  | 3,617   | 3,468     |           |
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| Return on net assets, %           |        |         | 8.9       | 8.4       |
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| Comparable return on net assets,  |        |         | 7.3       | 7.0       |
| %                                 |        |         |           |           |
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| Gross investments                 | 70     | 112     | 431       | 389       |
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| Number of employees               | 2,223  | 2,445   | 2,318     |           |
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The segment's heat sales during January-March 2009 amounted to 9.4 (9.2) TWh,   
most of which was generated in the Nordic countries. During the same period,    
power sales from CHP production totalled 1.6 (1.7) TWh.                         

The Heat segment's first-quarter comparable operating profit was EUR 9 million  
lower than in the previous year. The decline is due to the negative translation 
effect of EUR 12 million from weakened currencies, mainly the SEK and PLN.      
Reduced availability affected performance in Sweden. In most other markets the  
comparable operating profit improved.                                           

A new CHP -plant in Estonia was taken into commercial use in late March 2009.   
The construction of three new CHP -plants in Finland, Poland and Estonia        
proceeded.                                                                      

The decline in the sales volume in Finland is mainly due to the sale of the     
CHP-company in Jyväskylä, which took effect at the end of 2008.                 

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| Heat sales by area, TWh        | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Finland                        | 3.1      | 3.7      | 10.8      | 10.2      |
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| Sweden                         | 4.0      | 3.4      | 9.1       | 9.7       |
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| Poland                         | 1.8      | 1.5      | 3.6       | 3.9       |
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| Other countries                | 0.5      | 0.6      | 1.4       | 1.3       |
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| Total                          | 9.4      | 9.2      | 24.9      | 25.1      |
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| Power sales, TWh               | I/09     | I/08     | 2008      | LTM       |
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| Total                          | 1.6      | 1.7      | 4.7       | 4.6       |
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Distribution                                                                    

Fortum owns and operates distribution and regional networks and distributes     
electricity to a total of 1.6 million customers in Sweden, Finland, Norway and  
Estonia.                                                                        

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| EUR million                       | I/09    | I/08     | 2008     | LTM      |
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| Sales                             | 229     | 232      | 789      | 786      |
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| - distribution network            | 199     | 199      | 669      | 669      |
| transmission                      |         |          |          |          |
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| - regional network transmission   | 21      | 23       | 77       | 75       |
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| - other sales                     | 9       | 10       | 43       | 42       |
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| Operating profit                  | 81      | 86       | 248      | 243      |
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| Comparable operating profit       | 81      | 87       | 248      | 242      |
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| Net assets (at period-end)        | 3,090   | 3,332    | 3,032    |          |
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| Return on net assets, %           |         |          | 8.1      | 7.9      |
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| Comparable return on net assets,  |         |          | 8.2      | 7.9      |
| %                                 |         |          |          |          |
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| Gross investments                 | 36      | 61       | 296      | 271      |
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| Number of employees               | 1,184   | 1,175    | 1,336    |          |
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The volume of distribution and regional network transmissions during the first  
quarter of 2009 totalled 8.2 (7.9) TWh and 4.8 (5.0) TWh, respectively.         

Electricity transmissions via the regional distribution network totalled 4.0    
(4.1) TWh in Sweden and 0.8 (0.9) TWh in Finland.                               

The comparable operating profit of the Distribution segment was EUR 81 million  
in the first quarter, EUR 6 million lower than the previous year. The main      
reason for the decline is the weaker average SEK rate, which led to a negative  
translation effect of approximately EUR 7 million.                              

The main roll-out of new smart meters (Automated Meter Management, AMM) in      
Sweden was finalised during December 2008. By the end of the first quarter of   
2009, approximately 820,000 meters out of the 844,000 were installed. The       
remaining meters will be installed during the coming months. The legislation for
monthly meter reading takes effect 1 July 2009. Fortum has entered into the     
final stages of the roll-out in the automatic meter reading project in Sweden   
and is presently discussing with the service provider how to structure the      
remainder of the roll-out as well as the operations phase.                      

In March, a cooperation agreement between Fortum and Karlstad municipality in   
Sweden regarding a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles was signed.    
Fortum has agreements on charging infrastructures with three municipalities     
(Espoo in Finland, Stockholm and Karlstad in Sweden). The aim of the cooperation
is to analyse the requirements that plug-in hybrids and electric cars will have 
on the charging infrastructure and to pilot charging points in the cities.      

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| Volume of distributed            | I/09    | I/08     | 2008     | LTM       |
| electricity in distribution      |         |          |          |           |
| network, TWh                     |         |          |          |           |
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| Sweden                           | 4.4     | 4.3      | 14.0     | 14.1      |
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| Finland                          | 2.9     | 2.8      | 9.3      | 9.4       |
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| Norway                           | 0.8     | 0.7      | 2.3      | 2.4       |
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| Estonia                          | 0.1     | 0.1      | 0.2      | 0.2       |
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| Total                            | 8.2     | 7.9      | 25.8     | 26.1      |
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| Number of electricity distribution  | 31 Mar 2009      | 31 Mar 2008         |
| customers by area, thousands        |                  |                     |
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| Sweden                              | 880              | 873                 |
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| Finland                             | 606              | 599                 |
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| Other countries                     | 123              | 123                 |
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| Total                               | 1,609            | 1,595               |
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Markets                                                                         

Markets is responsible for retail sales of electricity to a total of 1.3 million
private and business customers as well as to other electricity retailers in     
Sweden, Finland and Norway. Markets buys its electricity through Nord Pool.     
Markets sells approximately 70% of its volumes to business customers and 30% to 
retail consumers.                                                               

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| EUR million                         | I/09    | I/08    | 2008    | LTM      |
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| Sales                               | 469     | 519     | 1,922   | 1,872    |
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| - power sales                       | 462     | 501     | 1,865   | 1,826    |
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| - other sales                       | 7       | 18      | 57      | 46       |
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| Operating profit                    | -11     | -20     | -35     | -26      |
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| Comparable operating profit         | -2      | -10     | -33     | -25      |
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| Net assets (at period-end)          | 128     | 169     | 188     |          |
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| Return on net assets, %             |         |         | -14.0   | -11.1    |
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| Comparable return on net assets, %  |         |         | -15.3   | -12.4    |
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| Gross investments                   | 1       | 1       | 3       | 3        |
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| Number of employees                 | 626     | 814     | 635     |          |
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In the first quarter, Markets' electricity sales totalled 9.7 (11.2) TWh. The   
decrease in the sales volume was mainly due to the reorganisation of            
unprofitable business customer contracts and lower consumption in the business  
customer segment as a result of the economic recession.                         

Markets' first-quarter comparable operating profit was slightly negative but    
clearly better than a year ago. Lower wholesale market prices and lower price   
volatility, renegotiated sales agreements and renewed hedging operations,       
combined with improved cost efficiency, led to better performance.              

In the first quarter, Markets announced a new pricing mechanism for Kesto, the  
current-price consumer contract in Finland. The pricing reform will bring       
regularity and transparency to consumer pricing in Finland. Price updates will  
be automatic, will be based on realised forward prices, and will take place four
times a year.                                                                   

Russia                                                                          

The segment comprises power and heat generation and sales in Russia. The segment
includes TGC-10 and Fortum's holding in TGC-1. TGC-10 is accounted for as a     
subsidiary and fully consolidated from 1 April 2008. TGC-1 is an associated     
company and accounted for using the equity method.                              

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| EUR million                      | I/09    | I/08    | 2008     | LTM        |
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| Sales                            |     184 |       - |      489 |        673 |
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| - power sales                    |     103 |       - |      332 |        435 |
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| - heat sales                     |      81 |       - |      141 |        222 |
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| - other sales                    |       0 |       - |       16 |         16 |
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| EBITDA                           |      24 |       - |      -24 |          0 |
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| Operating profit                 |       5 |       - |      -91 |        -86 |
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| Comparable operating profit      |       5 |       - |      -92 |        -87 |
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| Net assets (at period-end)       |   2,000 |   2,264 |    2,205 |            |
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| Return on net assets, %          |         |         |     -3.7 |       -3.0 |
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| Vertailukelpoinen sidotun        |         |         |     -3.8 |       -3.0 |
| pääoman tuotto, %                |         |         |          |            |
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| Gross investments                |      21 |   1,031 |    1,748 |        738 |
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| Number of employees              |   6,192 |   7,187 |    7,262 |            |
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TGC-10 operates in well-developed industrial regions of the Urals and Western   
Siberia.                                                                        

The segment's power sales during the first quarter amounted to 5.6 TWh. During  
the same period, heat sales of the segment totalled 10.2 TWh. The segment sold  
approximately 2/3 of its volumes in Tuymen and other oil- and gas-producing     
areas in TGC-10 region. The remaining 1/3 of its volumes were sold in the       
Chelyabinsk region where the metals industry dominates wholesale electricity    
demand.                                                                         

In the first quarter 2009, the average electricity spot price in the Urals hub  
was 24% lower than a year ago, 535 (705) RUB/MWh. During the first-quarter 2009,
TGC-10 sold 31% of its electricity production with liberalised electricity      
price.                                                                          

TGC-10's average regulated electricity price was 13% higher than a year ago at  
541 (479) RUB/MWh. The average regulated capacity price in the first-quarter    
2009 was 20% higher than a year ago at 189,500 RUB/MW/month. In the             
corresponding period in 2008, the price was 157,900 RUB/MW/month.               

During the first quarter 2009, the average limit gas price in the Urals region  
was 1750 RUB/1000 m3, 5% higher than in the corresponding period of 2008.       

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| Key electricity, capacity and gas    | I/09      | I/08      | Change %      |
| prices for TGC-10                    |           |           |               |
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| Electricity spot price (market       |       535 |       705 |           -32 |
| price), Urals hub, RUB/MWh           |           |           |               |
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| Average regulated electricity price  |       541 |       479 |           +13 |
| for TGC-10, RUB/MWh                  |           |           |               |
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| Average regulated capacity price,    |   189,500 |   157,900 |           +20 |
| RUB/MW/month                         |           |           |               |
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| Average limit gas price in Urals     |     1,750 |     1,660 |            +5 |
| region, RUB/1000 m3                  |           |           |               |
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The segment's EBITDA was at the same level compared to the pro-forma EBITDA for 
the first quarter last year.                                                    

The segment booked a comparable operating profit of EUR 5 million in the first  
quarter of 2009. The profit for the quarter is explained by TGC-10's stand-alone
profit of EUR 18 million, the surplus value depreciation of EUR 11 million, and 
integration costs of EUR 2 million.                                             

TGC-10's business is typically very seasonal: Its results usually are strongest 
during the first and last quarters of the year. TGC-10 figures have been        
consolidated starting from the beginning of April 2008.                         

Russian power sector reform is proceeding. Starting 1 January 2009, 30% of all  
produced power in Russia was sold on the competitive market. The wholesale power
market is expected to be fully liberalised by 2011.                             

Fortum is putting considerable focus on the integration of TGC-10 as a part of  
Fortum. The integration process started in April 2008. The new organisational   
structure and Fortum's management model have been in place since the beginning  
of September 2008.                                                              
The integration has proceeded well and several targets for efficiency           
improvements have been identified. Consequently, the annual efficiency          
improvements are expected to be approximately EUR 100 million by 2011.          

Within the group, around 1,100 persons working at TGC-10 were transferred to    
Power Generation segment's Service Business unit.                               

Capital expenditures, divestments and investments in shares                     

Capital expenditures and investments in shares in January-March 2009 totalled   
EUR 181 (1,227) million. Investments, excluding acquisitions, were EUR 150 (175)
million.                                                                        

HEAT                                                                            

A new CHP -plant in Tartu, Estonia was taken into commercial use in late March  
2009. The new gas-based CHP -plant in Jelgava, Latvia, was inaugurated in       
January 2009. The construction of the new CHP -plants in Espoo, Finland, in     
Czestochowa, Poland, and in Pärnu, Estonia, proceeded.                          

RUSSIA                                                                          

TGC-10 has an extensive investment programme aiming to increase its power       
capacity to 5,300 MW. The value for the remaining part of the programme,        
calculated at year-end exchange rates, is estimated to be EUR 2.0 billion from  
January 2009 onwards.                                                           

The Russian Government is currently reviewing the investment programmes of the  
generating companies in light of the decreased power demand. Fortum has         
confirmed its commitment to fulfil TGC-10's investment programme. However, the  
potential postponement of some projects by 1-3 years is currently under review. 

Financing                                                                       

Net debt decreased during the first quarter by EUR 545 million to EUR 5,634     
million (year-end 2008: EUR 6,179 million). The decrease in net debt is mainly  
due to a strong operating cash flow and realised foreign exchange gains.        

The liquidity position continued to improve, and, at the end of the quarter, the
Groups liquid funds totalled EUR 3,041 million (year-end 2008: EUR 1,321        
million). The liquid funds include cash and bank deposits held by TGC-10        
amounting to EUR 841 million (year-end 2008: 1,020 million) approximately EUR   
572 million of which was denominated in EUR and EUR 269 million denominated in  
RUB. The cash position in TGC-10 was reduced during the quarter due to the EUR  
112 million repayment of bonds, payments under the investment program and EUR 40
million of translation difference when consolidating RUB deposits in TGC-10 back
to Fortum's EUR reporting currency.                                             

In March, Fortum successfully completed a major financing transaction. A        
dual-tranche Euro bond of EUR 750 million due 2014 and EUR 750 million due 2019 
were issued under Fortum's Euro Medium-Term Note Program.                       

The cash position reported at the end of the quarter was reduced during April.  
In April Fortum paid out EUR 888 million in dividends and EUR 229 million in    
maturing loans. Fortum also paid EUR 500 million of the 3-year EUR 2 billion    
term-loan and all drawn amounts (EUR 300 million) under the EUR 1.5 billion     
5-year Revolving Credit Facility raised in March 2008 in connection with the    
acquisition of TGC-10.                                                          

After the payments in April, Fortum's liquid funds were approximately EUR 1.1   
billion. In addition, Fortum had access to approximately EUR 2.9 billion of     
undrawn committed credit facilities.                                            

The Group's net financial expenses for the first quarter were EUR 32 (45)       
million. Net financial expenses include changes in the fair value of financial  
instruments of EUR 11                                                           
(-2) million. Excluding changes in the fair value of financial instruments,     
financial expenses were at the same level as the corresponding quarter last     
year, despite the fact that average net debt in 2009 was approximately EUR 1.3  
billion higher than in the corresponding quarter last year.                     

Net debt to EBITDA for the last twelve months was 2.3 (2.5 at year-end 2008).   

Fortum Corporation's long-term credit rating from Moody's and Standard and      
Poor's was A2 (stable) and A- (stable), respectively.                           

Shares and share capital                                                        

During the first quarter of 2009, a total of 155.1 (159.4) million Fortum       
Corporation shares, totalling EUR 2,295 million, were traded. Fortum's market   
capitalisation, calculated using the closing quotation of the last trading day  
of the quarter, was EUR 12,745 million. The highest quotation of Fortum         
Corporation shares on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki in the quarter was EUR 17.73, the 
lowest EUR 12.60, and the volume-weighted average quotation EUR 14.80. The      
closing quotation on the last trading day of the quarter was EUR 14.35 (25.81). 

A total of 528,087 shares subscribed on the basis of share option schemes were  
entered into the trade register in the first quarter of 2009. At the end of the 
quarter, Fortum Corporation did not own its own shares.                         

After registrations, Fortum Corporation's share capital was EUR 3,045,502,967.80
and the total number of registered shares was 888,166,167 at the end of the     
quarter. The share capital of Fortum Corporation increased by a total of EUR    
1,795,495.80.                                                                   

At quarter-end, the amount of shares that can still be subscribed for and       
registered under the share option schemes is a maximum of 0.02% (200,878 shares)
of Fortum's quarter-end share capital and voting rights.                        

At the end of the first quarter 2009, the Finnish state's holding in Fortum was 
50.8%. The proportion of nominee registrations and direct foreign shareholders  
was 34.9%.                                                                      

Currently, the Board of Directors has no unused authorisations from the Annual  
General Meeting of Shareholders to issue convertible loans or bonds with        
warrants or to issue new shares.                                                

Group personnel                                                                 

The average number of employees in the Group during the first quarter from      
January to March was 14,644 (8,356). The increase in the number of employees is 
due to the acquisition of TGC-10. The number of employees at the end of the     
quarter was 14,267 (15,689).                                                    

The outsourcing of certain infrastructure service functions to Infratek ASA     
reduced the number of people in the Power Generation and Distribution segments. 

Events after the period under review                                            

The TGC-10 Annual General Meeting took place on 15 April, 2009. Among other     
decisions shareholders approved the renaming of the Company. After the official 
registration of changes to the Articles of Association (expected by the end of  
April) the new name of the company will be OAO Fortum.                          

In April, the EU Parliament voted in favour of the third energy market package. 
If the package enters into force in its current form one of the consequences    
will be that Fortum may have to sell its 25% ownership in the Finnish high      
voltage electricity grid company Fingrid Oyj latest during 2012. Consequently,  
Fortum has started to prepare for the sale of the Fingrid shares.               

Changes in Fortum Management                                                    

On 7 April 2009, Tapio Kuula, member of Fortum Corporation's Management Team,   
was appointed Fortum Corporation's President and CEO as of 1 May 2009. Tapio    
Kuula has worked at Fortum since 1996 and has been a member of the Management   
Team since 1997.                                                                

The current President and CEO Mikael Lilius will retire in December 2009 when he
reaches the age of 60. Until his retirement, Mr Lilius will continue to work on 
assignments from the Board of Directors and Fortum Management Team with a       
special focus on Russian operations.                                            

Annual General Meeting                                                          

Fortum Corporation's Annual General Meeting, which was held in Helsinki on 7    
April 2009, adopted the financial statements of the parent company and the Group
for 2008, discharged Fortum's Supervisory Board, Board of Directors and the     
President and CEO from liability for 2008, and decided to pay a dividend of EUR 
1.00 per share for 2008. The dividend payment date was 21 April 2009.           

The Annual General Meeting re-elected the following persons to the Board of     
Directors: Matti Lehti, Esko Aho, Ilona Ervasti-Vaintola, Birgitta              
Johansson-Hedberg and Christian Ramm-Schmidt. Sari Baldauf was elected as a new 
member of the Board of Directors. Matti Lehti was elected as the Chairman and   
Sari Baldauf as the Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors. The Board of     
Directors was elected until the end of the following Annual General Meeting.    

Outlook                                                                         

KEY DRIVERS AND RISKS                                                           

The key factor influencing Fortum's business performance is the wholesale price 
of electricity. Key drivers behind wholesale price development are the          
supply-demand balance, fuel and CO2 emissions allowance prices as well as the   
hydrological situation. The exchange rates of the Swedish krona and Russian     
rouble also affect Fortum's financials. The balance sheet translation effects   
from potential changes in currency exchange rates are booked in Fortum's equity.

Fortum's financial results are exposed to a number of strategic, financial and  
operational risks. For further details on Fortum's risks and risk management,   
see Fortum's Operating and Financial Review and Financial Statements for 2008.  

MARKET DEMAND                                                                   

The ongoing economic and financial slowdown impacts the markets where Fortum    
operates. This may increase Fortum's counterparty risk. Economic slowdown may   
continue to depress electricity consumption in the Nordic countries. Fortum     
expects the electricity consumption to return to a growth path after the        
recession.                                                                      

According to Russian official forecasts, the electricity demand in Russia during
2009 is estimated to be 4-8% lower than in 2008.                                

RUSSIA                                                                          

In Russia, one of the key assumptions in the TGC-10 acquisition is the          
continuation of the Russian power sector reform. As planned, the share of power 
sold at a competitive price was increased from 25% to 30% on 1 January 2009. The
share is planned to be increased to 50% at the beginning of July 2009. The rules
for the long-term capacity market, taking place from 2011 onwards, are under    
preparation. The wholesale power market is expected to be fully liberalised in  
2011.                                                                           

The average limit gas price (regulated gas price) for the second, third and     
fourth quarter of 2009 will increase by 7%, 7% and 6.2%, respectively.          

TGC-10 is committed and contractually obligated to a significant investment     
programme, still amounting to approximately EUR 2.0 billion for 2009 and        
onwards. However, the economic slowdown is likely to further affect the Russian 
power demand-supply balance. The Russian Government is currently reviewing the  
investment programmes of the generating companies in light of the decreased     
power demand. Fortum has confirmed its commitment to fulfil TGC-10's investment 
programme. However, the potential postponement of some projects by 1-3 years is 
currently under review.                                                         

The acquisition of TGC-10 is expected to marginally dilute Fortum's EPS during  
2009. Annual efficiency improvements are expected to be approximately EUR 100   
million in 2011.                                                                

TAXES AND REGULATION                                                            

In late March, the Finnish Government decided to start preparations on the      
taxation of hydro and nuclear capacity built before 1997. The tax is targeted to
take effect by the beginning of 2011 at the latest. The Government is targeting 
tax income of EUR 33-330 million per year through the new tax. When preparing   
the tax, the Government will have to assess its compatibility with European as  
well as national legislation.                                                   

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE                                                             

Fortum expects its annual capital expenditure the next 4-5 years to be within a 
range of EUR 0.8-1.2 billion.                                                   

HEDGING                                                                         
In late April, the electricity forward price in Nord Pool for the rest of 2009  
was around EUR 36-37 per MWh. The electricity forward price for 2010 was around 
EUR 37-39 per MWh and for 2011 around EUR 38-40 per MWh. At the same time, the  
future quotations for coal (ICE API2) for the rest of 2009 were around EUR 50   
per tonne and the market price for emissions allowances (EUA) for 2009 was about
EUR 13-14 per tonne CO2.                                                        

In late April, Nordic water reservoirs were about 4 TWh below the long-term     
average and 11 TWh below the corresponding level of 2008.                       

The first and last quarters of the year are usually the strongest quarters for  
the power and heat businesses.                                                  

Fortum Power Generation's achieved Nordic power price typically depends on e.g. 
the hedge ratio, hedge price, spot prices, availability and utilisation of      
Fortum's flexible production portfolio and currency fluctuations. Excluding the 
potential effects from the changes in the power generation mix, a 1 EUR/MWh     
change in Generation's achieved Nordic sales price results in an approximately  
EUR 50-million change in Fortum's annual operating profit.                      

In mid-April 2009, Fortum had hedged approximately 75% of the Power Generation  
segment's estimated Nordic electricity sales volume for the rest of 2009 at     
approximately EUR 51 per MWh. For the calendar year 2010, approximately 65% of  
the Power Generation segment's estimated Nordic electricity sales volume was    
hedged at approximately EUR 43 per MWh. For the calendar year 2011,             
approximately 30% of the Power Generation segment's estimated Nordic electricity
sales volume was hedged at approximately EUR 42 per MWh.                        

The reported hedge ratios may vary significantly, depending on Fortum's actions 
on the electricity derivatives markets. Hedges are mainly financial contracts,  
most of them Nord Pool forwards or standardised futures, consisting of several  
types of products and maturities.                                               

Fortum's results in the first quarter were good, despite the challenging        
environment. A flexible and climate-benign production portfolio accompanied by a
strong financial position and liquidity enable Fortum to meet the challenges    
caused by the ongoing recession. Fortum is in a strong position to weather the  
turbulence.                                                                     

Espoo, 27 April 2009                                                            
Fortum Corporation                                                              
Board of Directors                                                              

Further information:                                                            
Mikael Lilius, President and CEO, tel. +358 10 452 9100                         
Juha Laaksonen, CFO,                                                            
tel. +358 10 452 4519                                                           

Fortum's Investor Relations, tel. +358 10 452 4138 / [email protected]       

The condensed interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with
International Accounting Standard (IAS) 34, Interim Financial Reporting, as     
adopted by the EU. The interim financials have not been audited.                

Publication of results in 2009:                                                 
Interim Report January-June will be published on 17 July 2009 at approx. 9:00   
EET.                                                                            
Interim Report January-September will be published on 22 October 2009 at approx.
9:00 EET.                                                                       

Distribution:                                                                   
NASDAQ OMX Helsinki                                                             
Key media                                                                       
www.fortum.com                                                                  

Information on the full-year report, including detailed quarterly information,  
is available on Fortum's website at www.fortum.com/investors.                   








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| FORTUM GROUP                                                                 |
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| JANUARY-MARCH 2009                                                           |
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| Interim Financial Statements are unaudited                                   |
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| CONSOLIDATED      |               |      |        |        |        |        |
| INCOME STATEMENT  |               |      |        |        |        |        |
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| MEUR              |               | Note | Q1     | Q1     | 2008   | Last   |
|                   |               |      | 2009   | 2008   |        | twelve |
|                   |               |      |        |        |        | months |
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| Sales             |               | 4    | 1 632  | 1 440  | 5 636  | 5 828  |
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| Other income      |               |      | 27     | 61     | 230    | 196    |
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| Materials and     |               |      | -656   | -521   | -2 117 | -2 252 |
| services          |               |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Employee benefit  |               |      | -128   | -136   | -587   | -579   |
| costs             |               |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Depreciation, amortisation and    | 4,   | -122   | -111   | -515   | -526   |
| impairment charges                | 12   |        |        |        |        |
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| Other expenses             |      |      | -154   | -124   | -684   | -714   |
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| Operating profit           |      |      | 599    | 609    | 1 963  | 1 953  |
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| Share of profit/loss of           | 4,   | -33    | 34     | 126    | 59     |
| associates and joint ventures     | 13   |        |        |        |        |
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|    Interest expense        |      |      | -68    | -60    | -351   | -359   |
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|    Interest income         |      |      | 31     | 17     | 143    | 157    |
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| Fair value gains and losses on financial | 11     | -2     | -11    | 2      |
| instruments                              |        |        |        |        |
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| Other financial expenses - |      |      | -6     | 0      | -20    | -26    |
| net                        |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Finance costs - net        |      |      | -32    | -45    | -239   | -226   |
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| Profit before income tax   |      |      | 534    | 598    | 1 850  | 1 786  |
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| Income tax expense         |      | 9    | -111   | -122   | -254   | -243   |
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| Profit for the period      |      |      | 423    | 476    | 1 596  | 1 543  |
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| Attributable to:           |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Owners of the parent       |      |      | 406    | 452    | 1 542  | 1 496  |
| company                    |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Non-controlling interests  |      |      | 17     | 24     | 54     | 47     |
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|                            |      |      | 423    | 476    | 1 596  | 1 543  |
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| Earnings per share (in €   |      | 10   |        |        |        |        |
| per share)                 |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Basic                      |      |      | 0.46   | 0.51   | 1.74   | 1.69   |
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| Diluted                    |      |      | 0.46   | 0.51   | 1.74   | 1.69   |
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| Consolidated statement of  |      |      |        |        |        |        |
| comprehensive income       |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| MEUR                       |      |      | Q1     | Q1     | 2008   | 2007   |
|                            |      |      | 2009   | 2008   |        |        |
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| Profit for the period      |      |      | 423    | 476    | 1 596  | 1 608  |
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| Other comprehensive        |      |      |        |        |        |        |
| income:                    |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Cash flow hedges           |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Fair value gains/losses in |      |      | 192    | 92     | 453    | -167   |
| the period                 |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Transfers to income        |      |      | -23    | 46     | 160    | -69    |
| statement                  |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Transfers to               |      |      | 5      | -      | -4     | -      |
| inventory/fixed assets     |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Tax effect                 |      |      | -43    | -38    | -168   | 64     |
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| Net investment hedges      |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Fair value gains/losses in |      |      | -1     | -      | -      | 2      |
| the period                 |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Available for sale         |      |      |        |        |        |        |
| financial assets           |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Fair value losses in the   |      |      | -      | -      | -1     | -      |
| period                     |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Exchange differences on translating      | -214   | -62    | -621   | -36    |
| foreign operations                       |        |        |        |        |
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| Share of other comprehensive income of   | -3     | -411   | -628   | 366    |
| associates 1)                            |        |        |        |        |
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| Other changes              |      |      | -4     | -      | 1      | 6      |
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| Other comprehensive income for the       | -91    | -373   | -808   | 166    |
| period, net of tax                       |        |        |        |        |
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| Total comprehensive income |      |      | 332    | 103    | 788    | 1 774  |
| for the year               |      |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Total comprehensive income        |      |        |        |        |        |
| attributable to:                  |      |        |        |        |        |
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| Owners of the parent       |      |      | 342    | 90     | 797    | 1 731  |
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| Non-controlling interests  |      |      | -10    | 13     | -9     | 43     |
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|                            |      |      | 332    | 103    | 788    | 1 774  |
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| 1) Of which fair value change in      | -4      | -409   | -667    | 353     |
| Hafslund ASAs shareholding in REC     |         |        |         |         |
| incl. translation differences         |         |        |         |         |
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| CONSOLIDATED BALANCE      |       |          |          |         |          |
| SHEET                     |       |          |          |         |          |
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| MEUR                      |       | Note     | March 31 | March   | Dec 31   |
|                           |       |          | 2009     | 31      | 2008     |
|                           |       |          |          | 2008    |          |
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| ASSETS                    |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Non-current assets        |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Intangible assets         |       | 12       | 370      | 416     | 395      |
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| Property, plant and       |       | 12       | 11 954   | 12 970  | 12 138   |
| equipment                 |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Participations in associates and  | 4, 13    | 2 100    | 2 511   | 2 112    |
| joint ventures                    |          |          |         |          |
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| Share in State Nuclear Waste      | 16       | 571      | 522     | 566      |
| Management Fund                   |          |          |         |          |
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| Other long-term           |       |          | 119      | 73      | 117      |
| investments               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Deferred tax assets       |       |          | 3        | 1       | 2        |
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| Derivative financial      |       | 6        | 516      | 172     | 445      |
| instruments               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Long-term                 |       |          | 753      | 767     | 742      |
| interest-bearing          |       |          |          |         |          |
| receivables               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Total non-current assets  |       |          | 16 386   | 17 432  | 16 517   |
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| Current assets            |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Inventories               |       |          | 388      | 297     | 444      |
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| Derivative financial      |       | 6        | 718      | 185     | 761      |
| instruments               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Trade and other           |       |          | 1 176    | 1 340   | 1 235    |
| receivables               |       |          |          |         |          |
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|    Bank deposits          |       |          | 835      | -       | 588      |
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| Cash and cash equivalents |       |          | 2 206    | 2 237   | 733      |
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| Liquid funds              |       | 15       | 3 041    | 2 237   | 1 321    |
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| Total current assets      |       |          | 5 323    | 4 059   | 3 761    |
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| Total assets              |       |          | 21 709   | 21 491  | 20 278   |
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| EQUITY                    |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Equity attributable to    |       |          |          |         |          |
| owners of the parent      |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Share capital             |       | 14       | 3 045    | 3 042   | 3 044    |
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| Other restricted funds    |       |          | 81       | 83      | 90       |
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| Fair value and other      |       |          | 661      | 407     | 525      |
| reserves                  |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Retained earnings         |       |          | 4 504    | 4 923   | 4 295    |
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| Total                     |       |          | 8 291    | 8 455   | 7 954    |
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| Non-controlling interests |       |          | 438      | 948     | 457      |
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| Total equity              |       |          | 8 729    | 9 403   | 8 411    |
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| LIABILITIES               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Non-current liabilities   |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Interest-bearing          |       | 15       | 6 978    | 6 633   | 6 520    |
| liabilities               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Derivative financial      |       | 6        | 128      | 119     | 120      |
| instruments               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Deferred tax liabilities  |       |          | 1 830    | 1 899   | 1 851    |
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| Nuclear provisions        |       | 16       | 571      | 522     | 566      |
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| Pension and other         |       |          | 240      | 343     | 250      |
| provisions                |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Other non-current         |       |          | 459      | 459     | 470      |
| liabilities               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Total non-current         |       |          | 10 206   | 9 975   | 9 777    |
| liabilities               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Current liabilities       |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Interest-bearing          |       | 15       | 1 697    | 832     | 980      |
| liabilities               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Derivative financial      |       | 6        | 115      | 165     | 126      |
| instruments               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| Trade and other payables  |       |          | 962      | 1 116   | 984      |
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| Total current liabilities |       |          | 2 774    | 2 113   | 2 090    |
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| Total liabilities         |       |          | 12 980   | 12 088  | 11 867   |
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| Total equity and          |       |          | 21 709   | 21 491  | 20 278   |
| liabilities               |       |          |          |         |          |
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| CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN TOTAL EQUITY                            |
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| MEUR  | Shar | Sh | Reta | Tran | Cas | Other | OCI  | Owners | Non- | Total |
|       | e    | ar | ined | slat | h   | OCI   | item | of the | cont | equit |
|       | capi | e  | earn | ion  | flo | items | s    | parent | roll | y     |
|       | tal  | pr | ings | of   | w   |       | asso | compan | ing  |       |
|       |      | em | and  | fore | hed |       | ciat | y      | inte |       |
|       |      | iu | othe | ign  | ges |       | ed   |        | rest |       |
|       |      | m  | r    | oper |     |       | comp |        | s    |       |
|       |      |    | fund | atio |     |       | anie |        |      |       |
|       |      |    | s    | ns   |     |       | s    |        |      |       |
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| Total | 3    | 73 | 4    | -576 | 321 | 36    | 168  | 7 954  | 457  | 8 411 |
| equit | 044  |    | 888  |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| y at  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 31.12 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| .2008 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Net   |      |    | 406  |      |     |       |      | 406    | 17   | 423   |
| profi |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| t for |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| the   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| perio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| d     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Trans |      |    |      | -200 | 0   |       | 13   | -187   | -14  | -201  |
| latio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| n     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| diffe |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| rence |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| s     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Other |      |    |      |      | 140 | -1    | -16  | 123    | -13  | 110   |
| compr |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ehens |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ive   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| incom |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| e     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total        |    | 406  | -200 | 140 | -1    | -3   | 342    | -10  | 332   |
| comprehensiv |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| e income for |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| the period   |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Chang |      |    | -6   |      |     |       |      | -6     | -9   | -15   |
| es    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| due   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| to    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| busin |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ess   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| combi |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| natio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ns    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Stock | 1    |    |      |      |     |       |      | 1      |      | 1     |
| optio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ns    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| exerc |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ised  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total | 3    | 73 | 5    | -776 | 461 | 35    | 165  | 8 291  | 438  | 8 729 |
| equit | 045  |    | 288  |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| y at  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 31.3. |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 2009  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total | 3    | 73 | 4    | -21  | -12 | 35    | 800  | 8 359  | 292  | 8 651 |
| equit | 040  |    | 552  |      | 0   |       |      |        |      |       |
| y at  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 31.12 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| .2007 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Net   |      |    | 452  |      |     |       |      | 452    | 24   | 476   |
| profi |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| t for |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| the   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| perio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| d     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Trans |      |    |      | -50  |     |       | -11  | -61    | -12  | -73   |
| latio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| n     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| diffe |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| rence |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| s     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Other |      |    |      |      | 99  |       | -400 | -301   | 1    | -300  |
| compr |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ehens |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ive   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| incom |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| e     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total        |    | 452  | -50  | 99  | 0     | -411 | 90     | 13   | 103   |
| comprehensiv |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| e income for |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| the period   |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Chang |      |    |      |      |     | 4     |      | 4      | 643  | 647   |
| es    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| due   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| to    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| busin |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ess   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| combi |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| natio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ns    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Stock | 2    |    |      |      |     |       |      | 2      |      | 2     |
| optio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ns    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| exerc |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ised  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total | 3    | 73 | 5    | -71  | -21 | 39    | 389  | 8 455  | 948  | 9 403 |
| equit | 042  |    | 004  |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| y at  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 31.3. |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 2008  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total | 3    | 73 | 4    | -21  | -12 | 35    | 800  | 8 359  | 292  | 8 651 |
| equit | 040  |    | 552  |      | 0   |       |      |        |      |       |
| y at  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 31.12 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| .2007 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Net   |      |    | 1    |      |     |       |      | 1 542  | 54   | 1 596 |
| profi |      |    | 542  |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| t for |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| the   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| perio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| d     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Trans |      |    |      | -555 |     |       | -148 | -703   | -66  | -769  |
| latio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| n     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| diffe |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| rence |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| s     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Other |      |    |      |      | 441 | 1     | -484 | -42    | 3    | -39   |
| compr |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ehens |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ive   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| incom |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| e     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total |      |    | 1    | -555 | 441 | 1     | -632 | 797    | -9   | 788   |
| compr |      |    | 542  |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ehens |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ive   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| incom |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| e     |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Cash  |      |    | -1   |      |     |       |      | -1 198 |      | -1    |
| divid |      |    | 198  |      |     |       |      |        |      | 198   |
| end   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 1)    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Divid |      |    |      |      |     |       |      | 0      | -18  | -18   |
| ends  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| to    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| non-c |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ontro |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| lling |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| inter |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ests  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Chang |      |    | -8   |      |     |       |      | -8     | 192  | 184   |
| es    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| due   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| to    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| busin |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ess   |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| combi |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| natio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ns    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Stock | 4    |    |      |      |     |       |      | 4      |      | 4     |
| optio |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ns    |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| exerc |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| ised  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| Total | 3    | 73 | 4    | -576 | 321 | 36    | 168  | 7 954  | 457  | 8 411 |
| equit | 044  |    | 888  |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| y at  |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| 31.12 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
| .2008 |      |    |      |      |     |       |      |        |      |       |
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| 1) See Note 11 Dividends.                                                    |
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Fortum has in Q1 implemented IAS 1 (revised) Presentation of financial          
statements, see Note 2 Accounting policies. The consolidated statement of       
changes in total equity has changed format. Comparison numbers have been        
reclassified to be in line with the new format.                                 

Translation differences*)                                                       

Translation differences impacted equity attributable to owners of the parent    
company with EUR -187 million in Q1 2009, mainly due to the weakening RUB. Part 
of the translation differences is arising from the NOK effect in fair valuation 
of Hafslund's REC shares, EUR +12 million, which is shown together with the     
change in fair value in OCI items associated companies.                         

Cash flow hedges                                                                

The impact on equity attributable to owners of the parent company from fair     
valuation of cash flow hedges, EUR +140 million in Q1 2009, mainly relates to   
cash flow hedges hedging electricity price for future transactions. When        
electricity price is lower than the hedging price, the impact on equity is      
positive.                                                                       

*) Translation of financial information from subsidiaries in foreign currency is
done using average rate for the income statement and end rate for the balance   
sheet. The exchange rate differences occurring from translation to EUR are      
booked to equity. For information regarding exchange rates used, see Note 8     
Exchange rates.                                                                 

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| CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED CASH FLOW STATEMENT                                   |
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| MEUR                  |       | Not |    | Q1     | Q1     | 2008   | Last   |
|                       |       | e   |    | 2009   | 2008   |        | twelve |
|                       |       |     |    |        |        |        | months |
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| Cash flow from        |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| operating activities  |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Operating profit      |       |     |    | 721    | 720    | 2 478  | 2 479  |
| before depreciations  |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| (EBITDA)              |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Non-cash flow items   |       |     |    | 1      | -37    | -275   | -237   |
| and divesting         |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| activities            |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Financial items and realised foreign     | 139    | -45    | 233    | 417    |
| exchange gains and losses                |        |        |        |        |
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| Taxes                 |       |     |    | -14    | -77    | -332   | -269   |
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| Funds from operations |       |     |    | 847    | 561    | 2 104  | 2 390  |
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| Change in working     |       |     |    | -25    | -19    | -102   | -108   |
| capital               |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Total net cash from   |       |     |    | 822    | 542    | 2 002  | 2 282  |
| operating activities  |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Cash flow from        |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| investing activities  |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Capital expenditures  |       | 4,  |    | -180   | -164   | -1 018 | -1 034 |
| 1)                    |       | 12  |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Acquisition of subsidiaries,  | 7   |    | -19    | -764   | -1 210 | -465   |
| net of cash acquired          |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Acquisition of        |       | 13  |    | -31    | -8     | -32    | -55    |
| associates 2)         |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Acquisition of other  |       |     |    | 0      | 0      | -1     | -1     |
| long-term investments |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Proceeds from sales   |       |     |    | 1      | 4      | 37     | 34     |
| of fixed assets       |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Proceeds from sales of        | 7   |    | 11     | 0      | 44     | 55     |
| subsidiaries, net of cash     |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| disposed                      |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Proceeds from sales   |       | 13  |    | 0      | -      | 34     | 34     |
| of associates         |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Change in             |       |     |    | -19    | -30    | -136   | -125   |
| interest-bearing      |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| receivables           |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Total net cash used   |       |     |    | -237   | -962   | -2 282 | -1 557 |
| in investing          |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| activities            |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Cash flow before      |       |     |    | 585    | -420   | -280   | 725    |
| financing activities  |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Cash flow from        |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| financing activities  |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Net change in loans   |       |     |    | 1 207  | 2 257  | 2 621  | 1 571  |
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| Dividends paid to the         |     |    | -      | -      | -1 198 | -1 198 |
| Company's equity holders      |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Other financing items |       |     |    | 13     | 1      | -103   | -91    |
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| Total net cash used   |       |     |    | 1 220  | 2 258  | 1 320  | 282    |
| in financing          |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| activities            |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| Total net increase    |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
| (+)/decrease (-) in   |       |     |    |        |        |        |        |
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| liquid funds          |       |     |    | 1 805  | 1 838  | 1 040  | 1 007  |
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| 1) Capital expenditures in cash-flow do not include not yet paid             |
| investments.                                                                 |
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| Capitalised borrowing costs are included in interest costs paid.             |
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| 2) Acquisition of associates include share issues.                           |
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| Change in net debt       |      |      | Q1     | Q1 2008 | 2008    | Last   |
|                          |      |      | 2009   |         |         | twelve |
|                          |      |      |        |         |         | months |
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| Net debt 1 January       |      |      | 6 179  | 4 466   | 4 466   | 5 228  |
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| Foreign exchange rate    |      |      | 37     | 38      | -203    | -204   |
| differences              |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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|    EBITDA                |      |      | 721    | 720     | 2 478   | 2 479  |
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| Paid net financial       |      |      |        |         |         |        |
| costs, taxes             |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| and adjustments for non-cash and       | 126    | -159    | -374    | -89    |
| divestment items                       |        |         |         |        |
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| Change in working        |      |      | -25    | -19     | -102    | -108   |
| capital                  |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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|    Capital expenditures  |      |      | -180   | -164    | -1 018  | -1 034 |
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|    Acquisitions          |      |      | -50    | -772    | -1 243  | -521   |
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|    Divestments           |      |      | 12     | 4       | 115     | 123    |
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| Change in                |      |      | -19    | -30     | -136    | -125   |
| interest-bearing         |      |      |        |         |         |        |
| receivables              |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Dividends and repurchase |      |      | -      | 0       | -1 198  | -1 198 |
| of own shares            |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Other financing          |      |      | 13     | 1       | -103    | -91    |
| activities               |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| -Net cash flow (-        |      |      | 598    | -419    | -1 581  | -564   |
| increase in net debt)    |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Loans in acquired        |      |      | -      | 276     | 272     | -4     |
| companies                |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Fair value change of bonds and         | 16     | 29      | 63      | 50     |
| amortised cost valuation               |        |         |         |        |
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| Net debt end of period   |      |      | 5 634  | 5 228   | 6 179   | 5 634  |
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| KEY RATIOS       |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| MEUR             |   | March  | Dec 31  | Sept   | June   | March   | Last   |
|                  |   | 31     | 2008    | 30     | 30     | 31      | twelve |
|                  |   | 2009   |         | 2008   | 2008   | 2008    | months |
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| EBITDA, MEUR     |   | 721    | 2 478   | 1 735  | 1 203  | 720     | 2 479  |
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| Earnings per     |   | 0.46   | 1.74    | 1.10   | 0.78   | 0.51    | 1.69   |
| share (basic),   |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| EUR              |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Capital          |   | 17 404 | 15 911  | 15 756 | 15 593 | 16 868  | 17 404 |
| employed, MEUR   |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Interest-bearing |   | 5 634  | 6 179   | 6 520  | 6 254  | 5 228   | N/A    |
| net debt, MEUR   |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Capital expenditure  | 181    | 2 624   | 2 210  | 1 459  | 1 227   | 1 578  |
| and gross            |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| investments in       |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| shares, MEUR         |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Capital          |   | 150    | 1 108   | 716    | 408    | 175     | 1 083  |
| expenditure,     |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| MEUR             |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Return on        |   | 14.5   | 15.0    | 13.7   | 14.6   | 17.3    | 12.6   |
| capital          |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| employed, % 1)   |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Return on        |   | 19.6   | 18.7    | 15.7   | 17.2   | 21.0    | 17.0   |
| shareholders'    |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| equity, % 1)     |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Net debt /       |   | 2.0    | 2.5     | 2.8    | 2.6    | 1.8     | 2.3    |
| EBITDA 1)        |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Interest         |   | 16.0   | 9.4     | 7.6    | 8.6    | 14.1    | 9.6    |
| coverage         |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Funds from           | 45.1   | 34.1    | 27.1   | 30.1   | 42.9    | 42.4   |
| operations/interest- |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| bearing net debt, %  |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| 1)                   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Gearing, %       |   | 65     | 73      | 81     | 77     | 56      | N/A    |
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| Equity per       |   | 9.34   | 8.96    | 8.49   | 8.08   | 9.53    | N/A    |
| share, EUR       |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Equity-to-assets |   | 40     | 41      | 39     | 39     | 44      | N/A    |
| ratio, %         |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Average number   |   | 14 644 | 14 077  | 13 585 | 12 603 | 8 356   | N/A    |
| of employees     |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Number of        |   | 14 267 | 15 579  | 15 785 | 16 069 | 15 689  | N/A    |
| employees        |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Average number   |   | 888    | 887 256 | 887    | 887    | 887 085 | 887    |
| of shares, 1 000 |   | 095    |         | 241    | 131    |         | 433    |
| shares           |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Diluted adjusted     | 888    | 887 839 | 887    | 888    | 888 177 | 887    |
| average number of    | 250    |         | 986    | 165    |         | 603    |
| shares, 1 000 shares |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| Number of        |   | 888    | 887 638 | 887    | 887    | 887 123 | N/A    |
| registered       |   | 166    |         | 517    | 191    |         |        |
| shares, 1 000    |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
| shares           |   |        |         |        |        |         |        |
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| 1) Quarterly figures are annualised.                                         |
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|    For definitions, see Note 24.                                             |
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| NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED INTERIM FINANCIAL STATEMENTS                       |
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| 1. BASIS OF PREPARATION                                                      |
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The condensed interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with
International Accounting Standard (IAS) 34, Interim Financial Reporting, as     
adopted by the EU. The condensed interim financial report should be read in     
conjunction with the annual financial statements for the year ended 31 December 
2008.                                                                           


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| 2. ACCOUNTING POLICIES                                                       |
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The same accounting policies and presentation have been followed in these       
condensed interim financial statements as were applied in the preparation of the
Group's annual financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2008, except 
for the effects of the adoption of the standards described below:               

• IAS 23 (amendment) Borrowing costs                                            
The revised standard requires an entity to capitalise borrowing costs directly  
attributable to the acquisition, construction or production of a qualifying     
asset as part of the cost of that asset. The option of immediately expensing    
those borrowing costs is removed. The adoption of the revised IAS 23 changed    
slightly Fortum's accounting policy for capitalising borrowing costs as         
previously only borrowings costs meeting determined criteria were capitalised.  
Fortum has applied the revised IAS 23 to qualifying assets for which            
capitalisation of borrowing costs commences on or after January 1 2009. The     
change did not have a material effect on Q1 2009 reported results or financial  
position.                                                                       
• IAS 1 (revised) Presentation of financial statements                          
IAS 1 (revised) changed the terminology and  presentation of the income         
statement and the statement of changes in equity. The standard requires to      
separate changes in equity of an entity arising from transactions with owners   
from other changes in equity. The adoption of the standard had no impact on     
Fortum's reported results or financial position.                                


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| 3. CRITICAL ACCOUNTING ESTIMATES AND JUDGEMENTS                              |
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The preparation of Interim financial statements requires management to make     
judgements, estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts of assets
and liabilities, income and expense. Annual results may differ from these       
estimates.                                                                      

In preparing these interim financial statements, the significant judgements made
by management in applying the Group's accounting policies and the key sources of
estimation uncertainty were the same as those that applied to the annual        
financial statements as at and for the year ended 31 December 2008.             

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| 4. SEGMENT INFORMATION                                                       |
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| SALES                       | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          | twelve     |
|                             |            |           |          | months     |
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| Power sales excluding       | 887        | 759       | 3 291    | 3 419      |
| indirect taxes              |            |           |          |            |
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| Heating sales               | 488        | 395       | 1 298    | 1 391      |
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| Network transmissions       | 220        | 222       | 746      | 744        |
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| Other sales                 | 37         | 64        | 301      | 274        |
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| Total                       | 1 632      | 1 440     | 5 636    | 5 828      |
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| SALES BY SEGMENT            | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          | twelve     |
|                             |            |           |          | months     |
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| Power Generation            | 705        | 717       | 2 892    | 2 880      |
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| - of which internal         | 79         | 53        | 0        | 26         |
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| Heat                        | 513        | 493       | 1 466    | 1 486      |
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| - of which internal         | 9          | 7         | 0        | 2          |
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| Distribution                | 229        | 232       | 789      | 786        |
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| - of which internal         | 1          | 3         | 10       | 8          |
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| Markets                     | 469        | 519       | 1 922    | 1 872      |
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| - of which internal         | 22         | 32        | 177      | 167        |
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| Russia                      | 184        | -         | 489      | 673        |
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| - of which internal         | 0          | -         | 0        | 0          |
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| Other                       | 18         | 20        | 83       | 81         |
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| - of which internal         | 17         | 20        | 82       | 79         |
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| Netting of Nord Pool        | -358       | -426      | -1 736   | -1 668     |
| transactions 1)             |            |           |          |            |
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| Eliminations                | -128       | -115      | -269     | -282       |
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| Total                       | 1 632      | 1 440     | 5 636    | 5 828      |
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| 1) Sales and purchases with Nord Pool is netted on Group level on an hourly  |
| basis and posted either as revenue or cost depending on if Fortum is a net   |
| seller or net buyer during any particular hour.                              |
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| OPERATING PROFIT BY SEGMENT | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          | twelve     |
|                             |            |           |          | months     |
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| Power Generation            | 423        | 431       | 1 599    | 1 591      |
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| Heat                        | 113        | 130       | 307      | 290        |
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| Distribution                | 81         | 86        | 248      | 243        |
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| Markets                     | -11        | -20       | -35      | -26        |
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| Russia                      | 5          | -         | -91      | -86        |
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| Other                       | -12        | -18       | -65      | -59        |
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| Total                       | 599        | 609       | 1 963    | 1 953      |
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| COMPARABLE OPERATING PROFIT | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| BY SEGMENT                  |            |           |          | twelve     |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          | months     |
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| Power Generation            | 419        | 395       | 1 528    | 1 552      |
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| Heat                        | 112        | 121       | 250      | 241        |
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| Distribution                | 81         | 87        | 248      | 242        |
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| Markets                     | -2         | -10       | -33      | -25        |
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| Russia                      | 5          | -         | -92      | -87        |
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| Other                       | -13        | -12       | -56      | -57        |
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| Comparable operating profit | 602        | 581       | 1 845    | 1 866      |
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| Non-recurring items         | 4          | 2         | 85       | 87         |
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| Other items effecting       | -7         | 26        | 33       | 0          |
| comparability               |            |           |          |            |
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| Operating profit            | 599        | 609       | 1 963    | 1 953      |
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| NON-RECURRING ITEMS BY      | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| SEGMENT                     |            |           |          | twelve     |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          | months     |
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| Power Generation            | 4          | 0         | 18       | 22         |
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| Heat                        | 0          | 2         | 64       | 62         |
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| Distribution                | 0          | 0         | 2        | 2          |
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| Markets                     | 0          | -         | -        | 0          |
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| Russia                      | 0          | -         | 1        | 1          |
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| Other                       | 0          | 0         | 0        | 0          |
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| Total                       | 4          | 2         | 85       | 87         |
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| OTHER ITEMS EFFECTING       | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| COMPARABILITY BY SEGMENT    |            |           |          | twelve     |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          | months     |
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| Power Generation 1)         | 0          | 36        | 53       | 17         |
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| Heat                        | 1          | 7         | -7       | -13        |
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| Distribution                | 0          | -1        | -2       | -1         |
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| Markets                     | -9         | -10       | -2       | -1         |
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| Russia                      | -          | -         | -        | -          |
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| Other                       | 1          | -6        | -9       | -2         |
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| Total                       | -7         | 26        | 33       | 0          |
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| 1) Including effects from   |            |           |          |            |
| the accounting of Fortum's  |            |           |          |            |
| part of                     |            |           |          |            |
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| the Finnish State Nuclear   | -11        | -9        | -19      | -21        |
| Waste Management Fund with  |            |           |          |            |
| (EUR million):              |            |           |          |            |
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Other items effecting comparability mainly include effects from financial       
derivatives hedging future cash-flows where hedge accounting is not applied     
according to IAS 39. In Power Generation segment there are also effects from the
accounting of Fortum's part of the Finnish State Nuclear Waste Management Fund  
where the asset in the balance sheet cannot exceed the related liabilities      
according to IFRIC interpretation 5.                                            


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| DEPRECIATION, AMORTISATION  | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| AND IMPAIRMENT CHARGES BY   |            |           |          | twelve     |
| SEGMENT                     |            |           |          | months     |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          |            |
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| Power Generation            | 23         | 24        | 97       | 96         |
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| Heat                        | 38         | 42        | 169      | 165        |
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| Distribution                | 39         | 41        | 165      | 163        |
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| Markets                     | 1          | 2         | 7        | 6          |
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| Russia                      | 19         | -         | 67       | 86         |
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| Other                       | 2          | 2         | 10       | 10         |
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| Total                       | 122        | 111       | 515      | 526        |
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| SHARE OF PROFIT/LOSS IN     | Q1 2009    | Q1 2008   | 2008     | Last       |
| ASSOCIATES AND JOINT        |            |           |          | twelve     |
| VENTURES BY SEGMENT         |            |           |          | months     |
| MEUR                        |            |           |          |            |
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| Power Generation 1), 2)     | -6         | -8        | 26       | 28         |
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| Heat                        | 5          | 7         | 12       | 10         |
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| Distribution                | 4          | 10        | 16       | 10         |
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| Markets                     | 0          | 0         | 5        | 5          |
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| Russia                      | -          | -         | 19       | 19         |
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| Other                       | -36        | 25        | 48       | -13        |
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| Total                       | -33        | 34        | 126      | 59         |
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| 1) Including effects from   |            |           |          |            |
| the accounting of Fortum's  |            |           |          |            |
| associates part of          |            |           |          |            |
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| Finnish and Swedish Nuclear | -3         | -3        | 9        | 9          |
| Waste Management Funds with |            |           |          |            |
| (EUR million):              |            |           |          |            |
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| 2) The main part of the associated companies in Power Generation are power   |
| production companies from which Fortum purchases produced electricity at     |
| production costs including interest costs and income taxes.                  |
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| PARTICIPATIONS IN ASSOCIATES AND     | March 31   | March 31   | Dec 31      |
| JOINT VENTURES BY SEGMENT            | 2009       | 2008       | 2008        |
| MEUR                                 |            |            |             |
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| Power Generation                     | 840        | 800        | 818         |
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| Heat                                 | 162        | 172        | 160         |
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| Distribution                         | 217        | 233        | 210         |
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| Markets                              | 12         | 8          | 12          |
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| Russia                               | 390        | 490        | 429         |
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| Other                                | 479        | 808        | 483         |
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| Total                                | 2 100      | 2 511      | 2 112       |
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| CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY      | Q1 2009   | Q1 2008 | 2008      | Last         |
| SEGMENT                     |           |         |           | twelve       |
| MEUR                        |           |         |           | months       |
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| Power Generation            | 21        | 18      | 134       | 137          |
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| Heat 1)                     | 70        | 91      | 408       | 387          |
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| Distribution 2)             | 36        | 61      | 296       | 271          |
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| Markets                     | 1         | 1       | 3         | 3            |
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| Russia                      | 21        | -       | 256       | 277          |
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| Other                       | 1         | 4       | 11        | 8            |
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| Total                       | 150       | 175     | 1 108     | 1 083        |
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| Of which capitalised        | 9         | 1       | 21        | 29           |
| borrowing costs             |           |         |           |              |
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1)  Decrease is mainly due to the finalisation of part of the CHP-plant         
construction projects.                                                          
2)  Decrease is mainly due to the finalisation of installation of new meters in 
Fortum's network areas in Sweden (Automatic Meter Management, AMM).             

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| GROSS INVESTMENTS IN SHARES BY      | Q1 2009 | Q1 2008  | 2008    | Last    |
| SEGMENT                             |         |          |         | twelve  |
| MEUR                                |         |          |         | months  |
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| Power Generation            |       | 31      | -        | 0       | 31      |
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| Heat                        |       | -       | 21       | 23      | 2       |
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| Distribution                |       | -       | -        | 0       | 0       |
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| Markets                     |       | -       | 0        | 0       | 0       |
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| Russia                      |       | 0       | 1 031    | 1 492   | 461     |
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| Other                       |       | -       | 0        | 1       | 1       |
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| Total                       |       | 31      | 1 052    | 1 516   | 495     |
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| Gross investments in shares in Q1 2009 comprise Hafslund Infratek ASA shares |
| acquired in January 2009. See Note 13.                                       |
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| NET ASSETS BY SEGMENT        |         | March 31  | March 31   | Dec 31     |
| MEUR                         |         | 2009      | 2008       | 2008       |
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| Power Generation             |         | 5 392     | 5 633      | 5 331      |
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| Heat                         |         | 3 484     | 3 617      | 3 468      |
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| Distribution                 |         | 3 090     | 3 332      | 3 032      |
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| Markets                      |         | 128       | 169        | 188        |
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| Russia                       |         | 2 000     | 2 264      | 2 205      |
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| Other                        |         | 659       | 822        | 796        |
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| Total                        |         | 14 753    | 15 837     | 15 020     |
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| RETURN ON NET ASSETS  BY     |         |           | Last       | Dec 31     |
| SEGMENT                      |         |           | twelve     | 2008       |
| %                            |         |           | months     |            |
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| Power Generation             |         |           | 29.7       | 29.6       |
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| Heat                         |         |           | 8.4        | 8.9        |
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| Distribution                 |         |           | 7.9        | 8.1        |
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| Markets                      |         |           | -11.1      | -14.0      |
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| Russia                       |         |           | -3.0       | -3.7       |
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| Other                        |         |           | -9.0       | -1.8       |
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| COMPARABLE RETURN ON NET ASSETS  BY    |           | Last       | Dec 31     |
| SEGMENT                                |           | twelve     | 2008       |
| %                                      |           | months     |            |
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| Power Generation             |         |           | 28.7       | 28.0       |
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| Heat                         |         |           | 7.0        | 7.3        |
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| Distribution                 |         |           | 7.9        | 8.2        |
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| Markets                      |         |           | -12.4      | -15.3      |
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| Russia                       |         |           | -3.0       | -3.8       |
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| Other                        |         |           | -16.9      | -1.7       |
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| Return on net assets is calculated by dividing the sum of operating profit   |
| and share of profit of associated companies and joint ventures with average  |
| net assets. Average net assets are calculated using the opening balance and  |
| end of each quarter values.                                                  |
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| ASSETS BY SEGMENTS             | March 31      | March 31    | Dec 31        |
| MEUR                           | 2009          | 2008        | 2008          |
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| Power Generation               | 5 631         | 6 155       | 5 732         |
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| Heat                           | 3 885         | 4 033       | 3 923         |
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| Distribution                   | 3 595         | 3 874       | 3 546         |
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| Markets                        | 766           | 612         | 663           |
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| Russia                         | 2 257         | 2 541       | 2 476         |
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| Other                          | 820           | 934         | 997           |
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| Assets included in Net assets  | 16 954        | 18 149      | 17 337        |
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| Interest-bearing receivables   | 815           | 792         | 799           |
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| Deferred taxes                 | 3             | 1           | 2             |
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| Other assets                   | 896           | 312         | 819           |
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| Liquid funds                   | 3 041         | 2 237       | 1 321         |
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| Total assets                   | 21 709        | 21 491      | 20 278        |
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| LIABILITIES BY SEGMENTS        | March 31      | March 31    | Dec 31        |
| MEUR                           | 2009          | 2008        | 2008          |
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| Power Generation               | 239           | 522         | 401           |
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| Heat                           | 401           | 416         | 455           |
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| Distribution                   | 505           | 542         | 514           |
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| Markets                        | 638           | 443         | 475           |
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| Russia                         | 257           | 277         | 271           |
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| Other                          | 161           | 112         | 201           |
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| Liabilities included in Net    | 2 201         | 2 312       | 2 317         |
| assets                         |               |             |               |
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| Deferred tax liabilities       | 1 830         | 1 899       | 1 851         |
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| Other liabilities              | 274           | 412         | 199           |
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| Total liabilities included in  | 4 305         | 4 623       | 4 367         |
| Capital employed               |               |             |               |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities   | 8 675         | 7 465       | 7 500         |
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| Total equity                   | 8 729         | 9 403       | 8 411         |
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| Total equity and liabilities   | 21 709        | 21 491      | 20 278        |
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Other assets and Other liabilities not included in segment's Net assets consists
mainly of income tax receivables and liabilities, accrued interest expenses,    
derivative receivables and liabilities qualifying as hedges and receivables and 
liabilities for interest rate derivatives.                                      


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| NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES            | March 31      | March 31    | Dec 31        |
|                                | 2009          | 2008        | 2008          |
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| Power Generation               | 3 511         | 3 544       | 3 520         |
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| Heat                           | 2 223         | 2 445       | 2 318         |
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| Distribution                   | 1 184         | 1 175       | 1 336         |
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| Markets                        | 626           | 814         | 635           |
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| Russia                         | 6 192         | 7 187       | 7 262         |
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| Other                          | 531           | 524         | 508           |
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| Total                          | 14 267        | 15 689      | 15 579        |
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The decrease in number of employees in Fortum during Q1 2009 is mainly an effect
from outsourcing of certain infrastructure functions from Power Generation's    
Service Business unit and Distribution segment to Hafslund Infratek ASA. Within 
the Group, a number of people working in TGC-10 were transferred to Power       
Generation's Service Business unit.                                             


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| AVERAGE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES    | Q1 2009       | Q1 2008     | 2008          |
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| Power Generation               | 3 519         | 3 523       | 3 591         |
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| Heat                           | 2 255         | 2 324       | 2 422         |
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| Distribution                   | 1 227         | 1 144       | 1 222         |
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| Markets                        | 631           | 846         | 766           |
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| Russia                         | 6 494         | -           | 5 566         |
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| Other                          | 518           | 519         | 510           |
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| Total                          | 14 644        | 8 356       | 14 077        |
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Average number of employees is based on a monthly average for the whole period  
in question.                                                                    

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| 5. QUARTERLY SEGMENT INFORMATION                                             |
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| Extended quarterly information is available on Fortum's website              |
| www.fortum.com/investors/financial information.                              |
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| QUARTERLY SALES BY SEGMENTS | Q1     | Q4      | Q3      | Q2      | Q1      |
| MEUR                        | 2009   | 2008    | 2008    | 2008    | 2008    |
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| Power Generation            | 705    | 736     | 718     | 721     | 717     |
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| - of which internal         | 79     | 5       | -79     | 21      | 53      |
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| Heat                        | 513    | 463     | 226     | 284     | 493     |
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| - of which internal         | 9      | -3      | -4      | -       | 7       |
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| Distribution                | 229    | 206     | 171     | 180     | 232     |
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| - of which internal         | 1      | 3       | 2       | 2       | 3       |
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| Markets                     | 469    | 531     | 461     | 411     | 519     |
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| - of which internal         | 22     | 50      | 61      | 34      | 32      |
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| Russia                      | 184    | 197     | 140     | 152     | -       |
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| - of which internal         | 0      |  -      | -       | -       | -       |
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| Other                       | 18     | 21      | 21      | 21      | 20      |
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| - of which internal         | 17     | 21      | 20      | 21      | 20      |
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| Netting of Nord Pool        | -358   | -476    | -465    | -369    | -426    |
| transactions                |        |         |         |         |         |
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| Eliminations                | -128   | -76     | 0       | -78     | -115    |
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| Total                       | 1 632  | 1 602   | 1 272   | 1 322   | 1 440   |
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| QUARTERLY OPERATING PROFIT  | Q1     | Q4      | Q3      | Q2      | Q1      |
| BY SEGMENTS                 | 2009   | 2008    | 2008    | 2008    | 2008    |
| MEUR                        |        |         |         |         |         |
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| Power Generation        |   | 423    | 470     | 438     | 260     | 431     |
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| Heat                    |   | 113    | 155     | -15     | 37      | 130     |
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| Distribution            |   | 81     | 61      | 50      | 51      | 86      |
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| Markets                 |   | -11    | -29     | -17     | 31      | -20     |
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| Russia                  |   | 5      | -19     | -39     | -33     | 0       |
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| Other                   |   | -12    | -27     | -22     | 2       | -18     |
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| Total                   |   | 599    | 611     | 395     | 348     | 609     |
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| QUARTERLY COMPARABLE OPERATING  | Q1     | Q4     | Q3     | Q2     | Q1     |
| PROFIT BY SEGMENTS              | 2009   | 2008   | 2008   | 2008   | 2008   |
| MEUR                            |        |        |        |        |        |
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| Power         |   |    |        | 419    | 378    | 371    | 384    | 395    |
| Generation    |   |    |        |        |        |        |        |        |
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| Heat          |   |    |        | 112    | 109    | -7     | 27     | 121    |
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| Distribution  |   |    |        | 81     | 63     | 49     | 49     | 87     |
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| Markets       |   |    |        | -2     | 0      | -8     | -15    | -10    |
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| Russia        |   |    |        | 5      | -20    | -39    | -33    | -      |
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| Other         |   |    |        | -13    | -22    | -13    | -9     | -12    |
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| Total         |   |    |        | 602    | 508    | 353    | 403    | 581    |
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| QUARTERLY NON-RECURRING ITEMS  | Q1    | Q4      | Q3      | Q2     | Q1     |
| BY SEGMENT                     | 2009  | 2008    | 2008    | 2008   | 2008   |
| MEUR                           |       |         |         |        |        |
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| Power Generation        |      | 4     | 7       | 11      | 0      | 0      |
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| Heat                    |      | 0     | 60      | 2       | 0      | 2      |
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| Distribution            |      | 0     | 0       | 2       | 0      | 0      |
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| Markets                 |      | 0     | -       | 0       | 0      | -      |
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| Russia                  |      | 0     | 1       | 0       | -      | -      |
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| Other                   |      | 0     | 0       | 0       | 0      | 0      |
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| Total                   |      | 4     | 68      | 15      | 0      | 2      |
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| QUARTERLY OTHER ITEMS EFFECTING  | Q1    | Q4     | Q3     | Q2     | Q1     |
| COMPARABILITY                    | 2009  | 2008   | 2008   | 2008   | 2008   |
| MEUR                             |       |        |        |        |        |
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| Power Generation 1)    |   |     | 0     | 85     | 56     | -124   | 36     |
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| Heat                   |   |     | 1     | -14    | -10    | 10     | 7      |
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| Distribution           |   |     | 0     | -2     | -1     | 2      | -1     |
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| Markets                |   |     | -9    | -29    | -9     | 46     | -10    |
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| Russia                 |   |     | -     | -      | -      | -      | -      |
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| Other                  |   |     | 1     | -5     | -9     | 11     | -6     |
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| Total                  |   |     | -7    | 35     | 27     | -55    | 26     |
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| 1) Including effects from the    | -11   | -12    | 10     | -8     | -9     |
| accounting of Fortum's part of   |       |        |        |        |        |
| the Finnish State Nuclear Waste  |       |        |        |        |        |
| Management Fund with (EUR        |       |        |        |        |        |
| million):                        |       |        |        |        |        |
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| 6. FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT                                                 |
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The Group has not made any significant change in policies regarding risk        
management during the period. Aspects of the Group's financial risk management  
objectives and policies are consistent with that disclosed in the consolidated  
financial statements as at and for the year ended 31 December 2008.             

The tables below disclose the notional values or volumes and net fair values for
the Group's derivatives used in different areas mainly for hedging purposes.    


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| DERIVATIVES                                                                  |
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| MEUR                 |         | March 31       | March 31         | Dec 31  |
|                      |         | 2009           | 2008             | 2008    |
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| Interest and         | Notiona | Net    | Notio | Net    | Notiona | Net     |
| currency derivatives | l value | fair   | nal   | fair   | l value | fair    |
|                      |         | value  | value | value  |         | value   |
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| Interest rate swaps  | 4 080   | 3      | 2 856 | 20     | 2 993   | -12     |
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| Forward foreign      | 5 440   | 226    | 5 020 | -5     | 4 521   | 370     |
| exchange contracts   |         |        |       |        |         |         |
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| Forward rate         | 137     | -      | 745   | -      | 230     | 0       |
| agreements           |         |        |       |        |         |         |
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| Interest rate and    | 2 241   | 230    | 3 131 | 49     | 2 240   | 218     |
| currency swaps       |         |        |       |        |         |         |
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| Electricity          | Volume  | Net    | Volum | Net    | Volume  | Net     |
| derivatives          |         | fair   | e     | fair   |         | fair    |
|                      |         | value  |       | value  |         | value   |
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|                      | TWh     | MEUR   | TWh   | MEUR   | TWh     | MEUR    |
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| Sales swaps          | 175     | 2 400  | 121   | 61     | 165     | 2 102   |
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| Purchase swaps       | 115     | -1 842 | 96    | -61    | 123     | -1 692  |
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| Purchased options    | 6       | 6      | 0     | 0      | 2       | 0       |
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| Written options      | 6       | -19    | 4     | 2      | 4       | -14     |
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| Oil derivatives      | Volume  | Net    | Volum | Net    | Volume  | Net     |
|                      |         | fair   | e     | fair   |         | fair    |
|                      |         | value  |       | value  |         | value   |
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|                      | 1000    | MEUR   | 1000  | MEUR   | 1000    | MEUR    |
|                      | bbl     |        | bbl   |        | bbl     |         |
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| Sales swaps and      | 1 112   | 12     | 464   | -4     | 1 047   | -14     |
| futures              |         |        |       |        |         |         |
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| Purchase swaps and   | 1 140   | -13    | 692   | 9      | 1 230   | 11      |
| futures              |         |        |       |        |         |         |
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| Coal derivatives     | Volume  | Net    | Volum | Net    | Volume  | Net     |
|                      |         | fair   | e     | fair   |         | fair    |
|                      |         | value  |       | value  |         | value   |
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|                      | kt      | MEUR   | kt    | MEUR   | kt      | MEUR    |
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| Sold                 | 399     | 4      | 105   | -1     | 276     | 7       |
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| Bought               | 713     | -16    | 330   | 4      | 641     | -16     |
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| CO2 emission         | Volume  | Net    | Volum | Net    | Volume  | Net     |
| allowance            |         | fair   | e     | fair   |         | fair    |
| derivatives          |         | value  |       | value  |         | value   |
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|                      | ktCO2   | MEUR   | ktCO2 | MEUR   | ktCO2   | MEUR    |
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| Sold                 | 1 016   | 6      | 3 951 | -13    | 592     | 4       |
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| Bought               | 1 011   | -6     | 3 896 | 14     | 592     | -4      |
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| Share derivatives    | Notiona | Net    | Notio | Net    | Notiona | Net     |
|                      | l value | fair   | nal   | fair   | l value | fair    |
|                      |         | value  | value | value  |         | value   |
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|                      | MEUR    | MEUR   | MEUR  | MEUR   | MEUR    | MEUR    |
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| Share forwards 1)    | 24      | 15     | 35    | 40     | 37      | 24      |
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| 1) Cash-settled share forwards are used as a hedging instrument for Fortum   |
| Group's performance share arrangement.                                       |
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| 7. ACQUISITIONS AND DISPOSALS                                                |
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No investment in subsidiary shares occured in Q1 2009. In Q1 2008 gross         
investments in subsidiary shares amounted to EUR 1,045 million.                 

Acquisition of TGC-10                                                           
                                                                                
The initial purchase price allocation as of 31 March 2008 has been finalised. No
material changes has been made compared to the information disclosed in the     
Consolidated Financial statements for 2008. The initial purchase price          
allocation calculated in roubles have been translated into euros by using the   
exchange rate from the acquisition date.                                        


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| MEUR                                |             |              | TGC-10    |
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| Purchase consideration              |             |              |           |
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|      Cash paid                      |             |              | 2 533     |
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| Direct costs relating to the        |             |              | 8         |
| acquisition                         |             |              |           |
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| Total purchase consideration        |             |              | 2 541     |
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| Fair value of the acquired assets   |             |              | 2 211     |
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| Translation differences             |             |              | -9        |
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| Goodwill                            |             |              | 339       |
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|                                     | Acquired    | Allocated    | Total     |
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| Fair value of the acquired net      | Book Values | Fair Values  | Value     |
| identifiable assets:                |             |              |           |
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| Cash and cash equivalents           | 1 321       |              | 1 321     |
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| Property, plant and equipment       | 625         | 1 005        | 1 630     |
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| Other assets                        | 182         |              | 182       |
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| Non-interest-bearing liabilities    | -107        | -388         | -495      |
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| Interest-bearing liabilities        | -272        |              | -272      |
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| Net identifiable assets             | 1 749       | 617          | 2 366     |
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| Minority interests                  | -117        | -38          | -155      |
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| Total                               | 1 632       | 579          | 2 211     |
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| Gross investment in TGC-10:         |             |              |           |
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| Purchase consideration settled in   |             |              | 2 541     |
| cash                                |             |              |           |
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| Cash and cash equivalents in        |             |              | 1 321     |
| subsidiaries acquired               |             |              |           |
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| Cash outflow on acquisition         |             |              | 1 220     |
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| Interest-bearing debt in            |             |              | 272       |
| subsidiaries acquired               |             |              |           |
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| Total                               |             |              | 1 492     |
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Disposals                                                                       

In January 2009 Fortum and (Norwegian) Hafslund Infratek ASA combined their     
businesses of construction and operating of infrastructure in Sweden, Finland   
and Norway. In the transaction Fortum received 33% ownership in the new combined
company. For more information see Note 13.                                      


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| 8. EXCHANGE RATES                                                            |
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| Average rate          | Jan-Mar | Jan-Dec | Jan-Sept  | Jan-June | Jan-March |
|                       | ch      | 2008    | 2008      | 2008     | 2008      |
|                       | 2009    |         |           |          |           |
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| Sweden (SEK)          | 10.9679 | 9.6647  | 9.4559    | 9.4088   | 9.4265    |
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| Norway (NOK)          | 9.1034  | 8.2605  | 8.0187    | 7.9843   | 7.9998    |
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| Poland (PLN)          | 4.5018  | 3.5328  | 3.4402    | 3.4926   | 3.5676    |
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| Russia (RUB)          | 44.3928 | 36.6905 | 36.5670   | 36.6348  | 36.4660   |
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| Balance sheet date    | March   | Dec 31  | Sept 30   | June 30  | March 31  |
| rate                  | 31      | 2008    | 2008      | 2008     | 2008      |
|                       | 2009    |         |           |          |           |
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| Sweden (SEK)          | 10.9400 | 10.8700 | 9.7943    | 9.4703   | 9.3970    |
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| Norway (NOK)          | 8.8900  | 9.7500  | 8.3330    | 8.0090   | 8.0510    |
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| Poland (PLN)          | 4.6885  | 4.1535  | 3.3967    | 3.3513   | 3.5220    |
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| Russia (RUB)          | 45.0320 | 41.2830 | 36.4095   | 36.9477  | 37.1130   |
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| 9. INCOME TAX EXPENSE                                                        |
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Tax rate according to the income statement for the period January to March 2009 
was 20.8% (20.4%). The tax rate for the period is higher than in the comparable 
period 2008 mainly due to the impact of the lower share of profits from         
associates for the period.                                                      

The tax rate used in the income statement is always impacted by the fact that   
share of profits of associates and joint ventures is recorded based on Fortums  
share of profits after tax. The tax rate for the period calculated excluding the
share of profits from associates and joint ventures was 19.6% (21.6%). The tax  
rate is impacted by the lowering of corporate tax rates in Sweden and Russia.   

The tax rate for the full year 2008, excluding the impact of tax rate changes,  
non taxable capital gains and share of profits of associated companies was      
22.1%.                                                                          


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| 10. EARNINGS PER SHARE                                                       |
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| The calculation of basic and diluted earnings per share is based on the      |
| following data:                                                              |
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|                            |           | Q1 2009   | Q1 2008    | 2008       |
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| Earnings (MEUR):           |           |           |            |            |
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| Profit attributable to the |           | 406       | 452        | 1 542      |
| owners of the parent       |           |           |            |            |
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| Number of shares           |           |           |            |            |
| (thousands):               |           |           |            |            |
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| Weighted average number of shares for  |           |            |            |
| the purpose of                         |           |            |            |
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| basic earnings per share   |           | 888 095   | 887 085    | 887 256    |
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| Effect of dilutive share   |           | 155       | 1 092      | 583        |
| options                    |           |           |            |            |
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| Weighted average number of shares for  |           |            |            |
| the purpose of                         |           |            |            |
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| diluted earnings per share |           | 888 250   | 888 177    | 887 839    |
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| 11. DIVIDEND PER SHARE                                                       |
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A dividend in respect of 2008 of EUR 1.00 per share, amounting to EUR 888       
million based on the number of shares registered as of 14 April 2009, was       
decided at the Annual General Meeting on 7 April 2009. These financial          
statements do not reflect this dividend. The dividend was paid on 21 April 2009.

The Annual General Meeting on 1 April 2008 decided to distribute a dividend of  
EUR 1.35 per share to the shareholders of which EUR 0.77 per share was paid from
Fortum's recurring earnings and EUR 0.58 per share as additional dividend in    
order to steer the company's capital structure towards the target. The total    
dividend was EUR 1,198 million based on the amount of shares registered as of 4 
April 2008. The dividend was paid out 11 April 2008.                            


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| 12. CHANGES IN INTANGIBLE ASSETS AND PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT           |
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| MEUR                       |       | March 31    | March 31   | Dec 31       |
|                            |       | 2009        | 2008       | 2008         |
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| Opening balance            |       | 12 533      | 11 428     | 11 428       |
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| Increase through acquisition of    | -           | 1 857      | 1 980        |
| subsidiary companies               |             |            |              |
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| Capital expenditures       |       | 141         | 174        | 1 087        |
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| Capitalised borrowing      |       | 9           | 1          | 21           |
| costs                      |       |             |            |              |
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| Changes of nuclear asset   |       | 0           | -          | 22           |
| retirement cost            |       |             |            |              |
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| Changes of emission rights |       | 0           | 0          | 14           |
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| Disposals                  |       | -1          | -2         | -14          |
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| Depreciation, amortisation |       | -122        | -111       | -515         |
| and impairment             |       |             |            |              |
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| Sale of subsidiary         |       | -5          | -          | -31          |
| companies                  |       |             |            |              |
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| Translation differences    |       | -231        | 39         | -1 459       |
| and other adjustments      |       |             |            |              |
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| Closing balance            |       | 12 324      | 13 386     | 12 533       |
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| 13. CHANGES IN PARTICIPATIONS IN ASSOCIATES AND JOINT VENTURES               |
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| MEUR                       |       | March 31    | March 31    | Dec 31      |
|                            |       | 2009        | 2008        | 2008        |
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| Opening balance            |       | 2 112       | 2 853       | 2 853       |
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| Share of profits of        |       | -33         | 34          | 126         |
| associates and joint       |       |             |             |             |
| ventures                   |       |             |             |             |
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| Investments                |       | 31          | 7           | 7           |
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| Share issues and           |       | -           | 1           | 1           |
| shareholders'              |       |             |             |             |
| contributions              |       |             |             |             |
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| Increase through acquisition of    | -           | 35          | 36          |
| subsidiary companies               |             |             |             |
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| Reclassifications          |       | -4          | -1          | -3          |
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| Divestments                |       | -           | -           | -13         |
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| Dividend income received   |       | -2          | -2          | -51         |
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| Fair value and other       |       | -3          | -411        | -628        |
| changes in equity          |       |             |             |             |
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| Translation differences    |       | -1          | -5          | -216        |
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| Closing balance            |       | 2 100       | 2 511       | 2 112       |
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Share of profits from associates and joint ventures                             

Share of profits from associates in Q1 2009 EUR -33 million (2008: 34 million)  
mainly represents Fortum's share of profits in Hafslund ASA with EUR -36 million
(2008: 25). Fortum's share of profits for the full year 2008 amounted to EUR 126
million, of which Hafslund represented EUR 48 million. According to Fortum Group
accounting policies the share of profits from Hafslund has been included in     
Fortum Group figures based on the previous quarter information since Hafslund's 
interim reports are published later than Fortum's interim reports. Hafslund will
publish January-March 2009 results on 6 May 2009.                               

Investments                                                                     

Fortum and (Norwegian) Hafslund Infratek ASA combined their businesses of       
construction and operating of infrastructure in Sweden, Finland and Norway at   
the beginning of 2009. Fortum received newly issued shares in Hafslund Infratek 
ASA and 33% ownership in the new combined company.                              

Fair value and other changes in equity                                          

Fair value and other changes in equity mainly represents the fair value change  
in Hafslund's shareholding in REC. In Q1 the fair value change of the REC shares
was                                                                             
EUR -4 million (2008: -409 million). The cumulative fair value change in        
Fortum's equity, based on the remaining number of shares reported by Hafslund,  
was EUR 122 million at 31 March 2009, which represents a decrease with EUR 4    
million during Q1 2009.                                                         


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| 14. SHARE CAPITAL                                                            |
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| MEUR          |   |   | Number of    | Share      | Number of   | Share      |
|               |   |   | shares       | capital    | shares      | capital    |
|               |   |   | March 31     | March 31   | Dec 31      | Dec 31     |
|               |   |   | 2009         | 2009       | 2008        | 2008       |
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| Registered    |   |   | 887 638 080  | 3 044      | 886 683 058 | 3 040      |
| shares at 1   |   |   |              |            |             |            |
| January       |   |   |              |            |             |            |
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| Shares subscribed     | 528 087      | 1          | 955 022     | 4          |
| with options and      |              |            |             |            |
| registered at the end |              |            |             |            |
| of the period         |              |            |             |            |
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| Registered    |   |   | 888 166 167  | 3 045      | 887 638 080 | 3 044      |
| shares at the |   |   |              |            |             |            |
| end of the    |   |   |              |            |             |            |
| period        |   |   |              |            |             |            |
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| Unregistered  |   |   | -            |            | 56 000      |            |
| shares        |   |   |              |            |             |            |
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| 15. INTEREST-BEARING LIABILITIES                                             |
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During the first quarter Fortum issued a dual-tranche Euro Bond of EUR 750      
million due 2014 and EUR 750 million due 2019 under Fortum's Euro Medium-Term   
Note Program. This new financing is partly used in April by prepaying EUR 500   
million of the 3 year EUR 2 billion term-loan and all drawn amounts (EUR 300    
million) under the EUR 1.5 billion 5 year Revolving Credit Facility raised in   
March 2008 in connection with the acquisition of TGC-10. EUR 800 million has    
therefore been reclassified to current portion of long-term loans.              

The amount of re-borrowing from the Finnish nuclear waste fund was increased by 
EUR 66 million to EUR 774 million. Fortum also uses short term financing by     
issuing Commercial Papers (CPs) in the Finnish and Swedish markets. Per quarter 
end the amount of short term CPs outstanding was EUR 485 million. During the    
quarter EUR 300 million under the EUR 1.5 billion 5 year revolving Credit       
Facility  and a TGC-10 RUB 5,000 million bond (EUR 112 million) were repaid. The
reported interest-bearing debt increased during the quarter by EUR 1,175 million
from EUR 7,500 million to EUR 8,675 million. Total Liquid Funds increased by EUR
1,720 million from EUR 1,321 million to EUR 3,041 million including deposits and
cash held by TGC-10 amounting to EUR 841 million. The dividends both in 2008 and
2009 were paid after the Q1 reporting date.                                     


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| 16. NUCLEAR RELATED ASSETS AND LIABILITIES                                   |
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| MEUR                     |      |      |        | March   | March   | Dec 31 |
|                          |      |      |        | 31      | 31      | 2008   |
|                          |      |      |        | 2009    | 2008    |        |
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| Carrying values in the   |      |      |        |         |         |        |
| balance sheet:           |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Nuclear provisions       |      |      |        | 571     | 522     | 566    |
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| Share in the State       |      |      |        | 571     | 522     | 566    |
| Nuclear Waste Management |      |      |        |         |         |        |
| Fund                     |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Legal liability and actual share of the State   |         |         |        |
| Nuclear Waste Management Fund:                  |         |         |        |
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| Liability for nuclear waste management          | 895     | 816     | 895    |
| according to the Nuclear Energy Act             |         |         |        |
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| Funding obligation       |      |      |        | 767     | 698     | 767    |
| target                   |      |      |        |         |         |        |
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| Fortum's share of the State     |      |        | 767     | 698     | 728    |
| Nuclear Waste Management Fund   |      |        |         |         |        |
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Nuclear related provisions                                                      

The liability regarding the Loviisa nuclear power plant is calculated according 
to the Nuclear Energy Act and was decided by Ministry of Employment and the     
Economy in January 2009. The liability is based on an updated cost estimate,    
which is done every year, and on a technical plan, which is made every third    
year and was updated last time in 2007. The legal liability at 31 March 2009,   
based on the decision by the Ministry of Employment and the Economy and         
calculated according to the Nuclear Energy Act, amounted to EUR 895 million.    

The provision in the balance sheet related to nuclear waste management is based 
on cash flows for future costs which uses the same basis as the legal liability.
The carrying value of the nuclear provision, calculated according to IAS37, have
increased by EUR 5 million compared to 31 December 2008, totalling EUR 571      
million as of 31 March 2009. The main reason for the difference between the     
carrying value of the provision and the legal liability is the fact that the    
legal liability is not discounted to net present value.                         

Fortum's share in the State Nuclear Waste Management Fund                       

Fortum contributes funds to the State Nuclear Waste Management Fund based on the
yearly funding obligation target decided by the governmental authorities in     
January each year in connection with the decision of size of the legal          
liability. The funding obligation target based on the decided legal liability   
and approved periodising of the payments to the Fund is EUR 767 million. The    
Fund is from an IFRS perspective overfunded with EUR 196 million, since Fortum's
share of the Fund as of 31 March 2009 is EUR 767 million and the carrying value 
in the balance sheet is EUR 571 million.                                        

Effects to comparable operating profit and operating profit                     
                                                                                
Operating profit in Power Generation segment is affected by the accounting      
principle for Fortum's share of the Finnish Nuclear Waste Management Fund, since
the carrying value of the Fund in Fortum's balance sheet can maximum be equal to
the amount of the provisions according to IFRS. As long as the Fund is          
overfunded from an IFRS perspective, the effects to operating profit from this  
adjustment will be positive if the provisions increase more than the Fund and   
negative if actual value of the fund increases more than the provisions. This   
accounting effect is not included in Comparable operating profit in Fortum      
financial reporting, see Other items effecting comparability in Note 4.  Fortum 
had an effect from this adjustment in Q1 2009 of EUR -11 million, compared to   
EUR -9 million in Q1 2008 and  EUR -19 million in total for 2008.               

Associated companies                                                            

Fortum has minority shareholdings in associated Finnish and Swedish nuclear     
production companies. Fortum has for these companies accounted for its share of 
the effects from nuclear related assets and provisions according to Fortum      
accounting principles.                                                          


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| 17. PLEDGED ASSETS         |       |              |            |             |
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| MEUR                       |       | March 31     | March 31   | Dec 31      |
|                            |       | 2009         | 2008       | 2008        |
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| On own behalf              |       |              |            |             |
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| For debt                   |       |              |            |             |
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| Pledges                    |       | 291          | 230        | 229         |
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| Real estate mortgages      |       | 137          | 138        | 137         |
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| For other commitments      |       |              |            |             |
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| Real estate mortgages      |       | 206          | 102        | 206         |
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| On behalf of associated companies  |              |            |             |
| and joint ventures                 |              |            |             |
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| Pledges and real estate    |       | 2            | 3          | 2           |
| mortgages                  |       |              |            |             |
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Pledged assets for debt                                                         

Finnish participants in the State Nuclear Waste Management Fund are allowed to  
borrow from the Fund. During Q1 2009 Fortum increased its borrowing from the    
Fund (see Note 15) and has therefore pledged additional Kemijoki shares as      
security. The carrying value of the pledged shares amount to EUR 263 million    
(208 million) as of 31 March 2009 (and 31 December 2008 respectively.           

Pledged assets for other commitments                                            

Fortum has given real estate mortgages in Naantali and Inkoo power plants in    
Finland, total value of EUR 206 million, as a security to the State Nuclear     
Waste Management Fund for the uncovered part of the legal liability and         
unexpected events relating to future costs. The size of the securities given is 
updated yearly in Q2 based on the decisions regarding the legal liabilities and 
the funding target which takes place around year-end every year. Fortum         
estimates that the amount of real estate mortgages given as a security to       
increase with approximately EUR 14 million during Q2 2009.                      


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| 18. OPERATING LEASE COMMITMENTS                                              |
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| MEUR                             | March 31     | March 31    | Dec 31       |
|                                  | 2009         | 2008        | 2008         |
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| Due within a year                | 22           | 24          | 28           |
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| Due after one year and within    | 38           | 44          | 47           |
| five years                       |              |             |              |
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| Due after five years             | 83           | 92          | 86           |
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| Total                            | 143          | 160         | 161          |
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| The decrease in operating lease commitments from the end of 2008 is mainly   |
| due to the sale of infrastructure companies and exchange rate differences.   |
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| 19. CAPITAL COMMITMENTS          |              |             |              |
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| MEUR                             | March 31     | March 31    | Dec 31       |
|                                  | 2009         | 2008        | 2008         |
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| Property, plant and equipment    | 1 130        | 458         | 1 321        |
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| Intangible assets                | 7            | 9           | 7            |
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| Total                            | 1 137        | 467         | 1 328        |
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The decrease in capital commitments from 31 december 2008 is mainly due to the  
finalisation of the automatic meter reading investment in Distribution Sweden,  
the decline of the Russian rouble and that the investments regarding the CHP    
plants being built in the Heat business in Finland, Estonia and Poland are      
proceeding.                                                                     


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| 20. CONTINGENT LIABILITIES |       |             |             |             |
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| MEUR                       |       | March 31    | March 31    | Dec 31      |
|                            |       | 2009        | 2008        | 2008        |
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| On own behalf              |       |             |             |             |
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| Other contingent           |       | 356         | 213         | 362         |
| liabilities                |       |             |             |             |
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| On behalf of associated companies  |             |             |             |
| and joint ventures                 |             |             |             |
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| Guarantees                 |       | 562         | 235         | 565         |
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| Other contingent           |       | 125         | 125         | 125         |
| liabilities                |       |             |             |             |
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| On behalf of others        |       |             |             |             |
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| Guarantees                 |       | 14          | 10          | 10          |
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| Other contingent           |       | 1           | 1           | 1           |
| liabilities                |       |             |             |             |
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Guarantees on own behalf                                                        
                                                                                
Other contingent liabilities on own behalf, EUR 356 million, have decreased with
EUR 6 million since 31 December 2008, mainly due to exchange rate changes for   
the gurantees issued for the fulfillment of various contractual obligations.    

Guarantees on behalf of associated companies                                    

According to law, nuclear companies operating in Finland and Sweden shall give  
securities to the Finnish State Nuclear Waste Management Fund and the Swedish   
Nuclear Waste Fund respectively, to guarantee that sufficient funds exist to    
cover future expenses of decommissioning of power plant and disposal of spent   
fuel.                                                                           

Fortum estimates, that the guarantee given on behalf of Teollisuuden Voima Oy   
(TVO) to the Finnish fund will decrease from currently EUR 70 million at        
year-end 2008 to EUR 67 million during Q2 2009. The size of the guarantee is    
updated yearly in Q2, based on the decisions regarding legal liability and the  
funding target which takes place around year-end.                               


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| 21. LEGAL ACTIONS AND OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS                                   |
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No material changes in legal actions and official proceedings has occurred      
during Q1 2009.                                                                 


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| 22. RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS                                               |
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Related party transactions are described in the annual financial statements as  
of the year ended 31 December 2008. No material changes have occurred during the
period.                                                                         

The Finnish State owned 50.80% of the shares in Fortum 31 December 2008. After  
the changes in amount of shares during 2009 due to the share subscriptions under
the option schemes, the Finnish state owned 50.77% of the Company's shares at 31
March 2009.                                                                     


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| ASSOCIATED COMPANY           |               |               |               |
| TRANSACTIONS                 |               |               |               |
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| MEUR                         | Q1 2009       | Q1 2008       | 2008          |
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| Sales to associated          | 27            | 35            | 113           |
| companies                    |               |               |               |
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| Interest on associated       | 8             | 8             | 34            |
| company loan receivables     |               |               |               |
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| Purchases from associated    | 141           | 134           | 563           |
| companies                    |               |               |               |
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| ASSOCIATED COMPANY BALANCES  |               |               |               |
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| MEUR                         | Q1 2009       | Q1 2008       | Dec 31        |
|                              |               |               | 2008          |
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| Long-term interest-bearing   | 681           | 671           | 659           |
| loan receivables             |               |               |               |
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| Trade receivables            | 11            | 14            | 24            |
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| Other receivables            | 6             | 7             | 5             |
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| Long-term loan payables      | 199           | 184           | 184           |
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| Trade payables               | 25            | 22            | 26            |
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| Other payables               | 8             | 34            | 18            |
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| TRANSACTIONS AND BALANCES WITH JOINT VENTURES                                |
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| Transactions and balances with joint ventures as at and for the period ended |
| 31 March 2009 are not material for the Group.                                |
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| 23. EVENTS AFTER THE BALANCE SHEET DATE                                      |
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Fortum Corporation's Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on April 7 2009.     
Regarding decision for dividend payment, see Note 11.                           

TGC-10 Annual General Meeting took place on April 15, 2009. Among other         
decisions shareholders approved renaming of the Company. After official         
registration of changes to Articles of Association (expected by end of April)   
the new name of the company will be OAO Fortum.                                 


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| 24. DEFINITION OF KEY FIGURES                                                |
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| EBITDA          | =  | Operating profit + Depreciation,   |    |    |        |
| (Earnings       |    | amortisation                       |    |    |        |
| before          |    |                                    |    |    |        |
| interest,       |    |                                    |    |    |        |
| taxes,          |    |                                    |    |    |        |
| depreciation    |    |                                    |    |    |        |
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| and             |    | and impairment charges    |        |    |    |        |
| amortisation)   |    |                           |        |    |    |        |
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| Comparable      | =  | Operating profit - non-recurring items -     |        |
| operating       |    | other items effecting comparability          |        |
| profit          |    |                                              |        |
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| Non-recurring   | =  | Mainly capital gains and  |        |    |    |        |
| items           |    | losses                    |        |    |    |        |
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| Other items     | =  | Includes effects from financial derivatives hedging   |
| effecting       |    | future cash-flows where hedge accounting is           |
| comparability   |    |                                                       |
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|                 |    | not applied according to IAS 39 and effects from the  |
|                 |    | accounting of Fortum´s part of the Finnish            |
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|                 |    | Nuclear Waste Fund where the asset in the balance     |
|                 |    | sheet cannot exceed the related liabilities           |
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|                 |    | according to IFRIC interpretation  |    |    |        |
|                 |    | 5.                                 |    |    |        |
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| Funds from      | =  | Net cash from operating activities before    |        |
| operations      |    | change in working capital                    |        |
| (FFO)           |    |                                              |        |
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| Capital         | =  | Capitalised investments in property, plant and        |
| expenditure     |    | equipment and intangible assets                       |
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|                 |    | including maintenance, productivity, growth  |        |
|                 |    | and investments required by legislation      |        |
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|                 |    | including borrowing costs capitalised   |    |        |
|                 |    | during construction period. Maintenance |    |        |
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|                 |    | investments expand lifetime of an existing   |        |
|                 |    | asset, maintain useage/availability and/or   |        |
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|                 |    | maintains reliability. Productivity improves |        |
|                 |    | productivity in an existing asset. Growth    |        |
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|                 |    | investments' purpose is to build new assets  |        |
|                 |    | and/or to increase customer base within      |        |
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|                 |    | existing businesses. Legislation investments |        |
|                 |    | are done at certain point of time due to     |        |
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|                 |    | legal             |       |        |    |    |        |
|                 |    | requirements.     |       |        |    |    |        |
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| Gross           | =  | Investments in subsidiary shares, shares in           |
| investments in  |    | associated companies and other shares in available    |
| shares          |    | for                                                   |
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|                 |    | sale financial assets. Investments in subsidiary      |
|                 |    | shares are net of cash and grossed with               |
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|                 |    | interest-bearing liabilities in the     |    |        |
|                 |    | acquired company.                       |    |        |
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| Return on       | =  | Profit for the    |       |        |    |    | x 100  |
| shareholders'   |    | year              |       |        |    |    |        |
| equity, %       |    |                   |       |        |    |    |        |
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|                 |    | Total equity      |       |        |    |    |        |
|                 |    | average           |       |        |    |    |        |
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| Return on       | =  | Profit before taxes + interest and      |    | x 100  |
| capital         |    | other financial expenses                |    |        |
| employed, %     |    |                                         |    |        |
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|                 |    | Capital employed average  |        |    |    |        |
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| Return on net   | =  | Operating profit + Share of profit (loss) in | x 100  |
| assets, %       |    | associated companies and joint ventures      |        |
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|                 |    | Net assets        |       |        |    |    |        |
|                 |    | average           |       |        |    |    |        |
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| Comparable      | =  | Comparable operating profit + Share of       | x 100  |
| return on net   |    | profit (loss) in associated companies        |        |
| assets, %       |    |                                              |        |
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|                 |    | and joint ventures (adjusted for IAS 39 effects and   |
|                 |    | major sales gains or losses)                          |
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|                 |    | Comparable net assets     |        |    |    |        |
|                 |    | average                   |        |    |    |        |
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| Capital         | =  | Total assets - non-interest bearing liabilities -     |
| employed        |    | deferred tax liabilities - provisions                 |
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| Net assets      | =  | Non-interest bearing assets + interest-bearing assets |
|                 |    | related to the Nuclear Waste Fund -                   |
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|                 |    | non-interest bearing liabilities - provisions         |
|                 |    | (non-interest bearing assets and liabilities do not   |
|                 |    | include                                               |
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|                 |    | finance related items, tax and deferred tax and       |
|                 |    | assets and liabilities from fair valuations of        |
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|                 |    | derivatives where hedge accounting |    |    |        |
|                 |    | is applied)                        |    |    |        |
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| Comparable net  | =  | Net assets adjusted for non-interest bearing assets   |
| assets          |    | and liabilities arising from financial derivatives    |
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|                 |    | hedging future cash-flows where hedge accounting is   |
|                 |    | not applied according to IAS 39                       |
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| Interest-bearin | =  | Interest-bearing liabilities -     |    |    |        |
| g net debt      |    | liquid funds                       |    |    |        |
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| Gearing, %      | =  | Interest-bearing net debt |        |    |    | x 100  |
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|                 |    | Total equity      |       |        |    |    |        |
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| Equity-to-asset | =  | Total equity including minority    |    |    | x 100  |
| s ratio, %      |    | interest                           |    |    |        |
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|                 |    | Total assets      |       |        |    |    |        |
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| Net debt /      | =  | Interest-bearing net debt |        |    |    |        |
| EBITDA          |    |                           |        |    |    |        |
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|                 |    | Operating profit + Depreciation,             |        |
|                 |    | amortisation and impairment charges          |        |
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| Interest        | =  | Operating profit  |       |        |    |    |        |
| coverage        |    |                   |       |        |    |    |        |
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|                 |    | Net interest expenses     |        |    |    |        |
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| Earnings per    | =  | Profit for the period - minority   |    |    |        |
| share (EPS)     |    | interest                           |    |    |        |
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|                 |    | Average number of shares during    |    |    |        |
|                 |    | the period                         |    |    |        |
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| Equity per      | =  | Shareholder's     |       |        |    |    |        |
| share           |    | equity            |       |        |    |    |        |
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|                 |    | Number of shares excluding treasury shares   |        |
|                 |    | at the end of the period                     |        |
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| Last twelve     | =  | Twelve months preceding the        |    |    |        |
| months          |    | reporting date                     |    |    |        |
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