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. With the start of the regular electricity production of the Olkiluoto 3 on 16 April 2023, TVO produces about 30 per cent of all Finland’s electricity. Pohjolan Voima is the largest shareholder of TVO.
Olkiluoto 3 is Finland’s most significant contribution to the climate effort
Zero-emission nuclear power is independent of conditions, and it will help Finland achieve its climate targets.
Reliable power from Olkiluoto
The Olkiluoto power plant consists of two plant units, Olkiluoto 1 and Olkiluoto 2, with a combined power output of 1,780 MW. The Olkiluoto 3 plant unit is in regular electricity production since 16 April 2023. Its net electricity production capacity is approximately 1,600 MW.
OL1 and OL2 are among the most reliable nuclear plants in the world.
For more information about the Olkiluoto nuclear power plant, please visit TVO’s website
Pioneer in final disposal
TVO Group’s Posiva Oy is a world leader in the final disposal and lifecycle management of decommissioned fuel. Posiva is preparing to commission the final disposal facility for spent nuclear fuel in Olkiluoto in the 2020s.
Posiva will handle the final disposal of the spent nuclear fuel generated at TVO’s Olkiluoto nuclear power plant and Fortum’s Loviisa nuclear power plant. The disposal facility is located at Olkiluoto, Eurajoki.
For more information about the final disposal of spent nuclear fuel, visit Posiva’s website