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Smart customer products

Improving energy efficiency

More and more consumers are wanting to monitor and manage their energy consumption. In recent years we have introduced several new products and services that help them improve the energy efficiency of their homes. All of the electricity we sell to private customers in Finland and Sweden is renewable, carbon dioxide-free hydropower or wind power. […]

Solar power

Bright energy source of the future

Fortum has invested for several years in both research and production of solar power.  We have currently two solar power parks in India. 10 MW solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh spreads over about 70 acres and it is the first project to be commissioned under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) Phase II […]

Sustainable urban development

Smart energy housing at Stockholm Royal Seaport

Urbanisation is one of the global megatrends. It has been estimated that by 2020 more than half of the world’s population will be living in urban areas. This means, among other things, that services, such as schools, hospitals and even transportation, can be provided more efficiently for a larger number of people. This saves energy. […]

Forskning, utveckling och framtidsspaning

Fortum Otso

Bio-oil is a future fuel

Fortum Otso® bio-oil is fuel produced from wood-based raw materials, like forest residues, wood chips or sawdust. It can be used, for example, at heat plants to replace heavy or light fuel oil. The use of bio-oil has significant positive environmental impacts, because the energy produced with bio-oil reduces greenhouse gas emissions by even more […]

Fortum Charge & Drive

A charging system for electric vehicles

The share of electric vehicles is rapidly rising. We aspire to be a driving force in the more wide-scale use of electric vehicles. Fortum Charge & Drive offers an advanced, cloud based operator system for Electric Vehicle (EV) charging service providers as well as infrastructure investors.  The Charge & Drive system is a full blown […]

Earth’s internal heat

Geothermal heating doesn’t generate any emissions

Energy companies Fortum and St1 have started collaboration aimed to build Finland’s first industry-scale pilot heat plant using geothermal energy. The geothermal heat plant is estimated to have a production capacity of up to 40 megawatts of geothermal energy, enough for Fortum to cover up to 10% of the district heat needs in Espoo (270,000 […]

Fortum HorsePower

Three horses can heat a single-family house

Horse stables have a growing problem with manure because the EU Landfill Directive requires a phase out of the disposal of biodegradable waste in landfills. Fortum has developed a service concept that offers stables a new, convenient solution  that combines horse stables, power plants and a manure service. The horse stables are using by-products (like […]


Forest residue taken into use

Biomass is a CO2-neutral way to produce electricity, heat and traffic fuels. Biomass is used a lot in the forested Nordic regions where the fuel is available cost-efficiently. Sweden’s biggest biofuelled combined heat and power (CHP) plant is being built in Värtan, Stockholm. When the plant is taken into use in 2016, CO2 emissions globally […]

Wave power

Inexhaustible energy source

The power of the sea is enormous and offers an inexhaustible energy source if we can learn to harness it effectively. We at Fortum have been working several years on development projects to find the best solutions to produce energy from the waves.  Wave power technologies are divided into different categories based on the principle […]