Press kits

Information on topical issues at Fortum.

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Carbon removal

To prevent the worst impacts of climate change, we need to remove more CO2 from the atmosphere than we are releasing. As a complementary tool to actual emissions reductions, carbon removal is essential for reaching the 1.5-degree target set out in the Paris Agreement.

Go to press kit about carbon removal


Fortum – A Clean Energy Architect for Data Centres

Our mission is to move towards a cleaner world, together. Advancing digitalisation and reducing emissions from energy production are big steps towards this goal. That’s why we want to enable new data centres to be located in the Nordic countries.

Learn more about Fortum being a clean energy architect for data centres

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Wind and solar in Russia

We have announced plans to further expand our wind and solar power production in Russia. The plans are in line with Fortum's overall target of creating a multi-gigawatt wind and solar portfolio.

Read more about our wind and solar power production in Russia


Fortum's operations in India

Fortum's operations in India are focused on solar power. We have four solar power plants in India: Amrit, Kapeli, Bhadla and Pavagada. We have also agreed with NBCC on developing electric vehicle charging infrastructure across India, and have some R&D projects going on.

Read more about our operations in India

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Research and innovations for a cleaner world

The purpose of Fortum's research and innovations activities is to improve Fortum's competitiveness and to create a basis for new profitable businesses.

Read about Fortum's research and innovations activities


Country fact sheets

We are a European energy company with activities in more than 40 countries and nearly 20,000 professionals. 

More information on our operating countries

Zabrze CHP plant photographed from the air.

Fortum and coal

The use of coal in energy production needs to be discontinued and we are working towards that. And in places where we still use coal, we do so efficiently and responsibly.

Read more about where we use coal and our responsible fuel procurement