Finnish electricity and heat with hydropower, thermal power and nuclear power
Pohjolan Voima produces about a fifth of all electricity generated in Finland.
Already 97%of our electricity production is carbon-neutral, and we’re aiming even higher.
Renewable hydropower is linked to climate targets
Finland needs hydropower. Hydropower is the ultimate balancing power that maintains the balance between the consumption and production of electricity and ensures the operation of the electricity system. With renewable hydropower as a support, weather-dependent wind and solar power production can be increased, and Finland can achieve its climate targets. Pohjolan Voima’s annual electricity production output in 12 hydropower plants is approximately 1.7 TWh.
Thermal power is efficient combined heat and power production
Combined heat and power plants produce process steam for industries and district heat for communities. Almost a third of all the electricity produced in Finland is produced by means of CHP. Pohjolan Voima’s 5 thermal power plants are CHP plants that primarily use by-products from forestry as their fuel.
Reliable green energy with nuclear power
Nuclear power is a stable and reliable way of producing electricity to meet the needs across Finland. With renewable energy sources, nuclear power plays a crucial role in the battle against climate change. Olkiluoto 3 is Finland’s most significant contribution to the climate effort. Pohjolan Voima’s joint venture Teollisuuden Voima, TVO, produces electricity at its nuclear plant in Olkiluoto, Eurajoki.
Our power plants
Pohjolan Voima has a total of 18 power plants. Our power plants produce electricity and heat with hydropower, thermal power and nuclear power. The power plants we either own or co-own are located across Finland.
Responsible energy generation
Already 97% of our electricity production is already carbon-neutral. In 2025, our aim is at 99% of carbon-neutral electricity and 85% of carbon-neutral heat procuction.
Our electricity and heat production in 2022
In 2022, we produced 12.2 TWh of electricity and 3.1 TWh of heat. We produce about a fifth of all electricity generated in Finland.