Facts and figures
Sustainable business and responsibility
3
• Fortum‘s mission is based on sustainable business
• Sustainability means econo...
Figures about Lithuania
4
• Population - 3 mln.
• The main energy projects:
– Nuclear power plant;
– LNG terminal (under c...
Fortum in Lithuania
5
Fortum Klaipėda
• Established in.......................2007
• Investments…....130 million EUR.
Fortu...
Waste management
Swedish example
7
Municipal waste amounts
Kg per capita in the EU countries in 2010
8
502
381
315
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
Collected amount of municipal waste
In thousands of tons in major cities of Lithuania in 2010
9
199.5
141.3
76.3
57.8
44.7...
Municipal waste management
In EU countries in 2010
10
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
Disposal of municipal waste in landfills Rec...
Municipal waste management
in the European Union
11
68
57 57
38
15
16 16
22
11
16 16
25
6 11 11 15
1995 2000 2005 2010
Com...
Use of secondary raw materials
in Lithuania in 2010
12
577,000 tons
59,000 tons
105,000 tons
16,000 tons
27,000 tons
Metal...
Municipal waste management techniques
in Lithuania in 2010
13
94 %
2%
4%
Disposal of municipal waste in landfills
Composti...
Municipal waste management techniques
in Sweden in 2010
14
1%
14%
49%
36%
Disposal of municipal waste in landfills
Compost...
Survey
How do you rate waste incineration as a source of energy?
15
14%
68%
18%
Negatively
Positively
I don't have any opi...
The Klaipeda Plant
Three challenges
17
• Municipality
• Society
• Transparency
Figures
18
• 95% of shares – UAB Fortum Heat Lietuva
• 5% of shares – AB Klaipėdos energija
• 130 million EUR – value of t...
Facts
19
• The plant burn up to 245 thousand tons of municipal and
industrial waste and biofuel (wood chips)
• The best av...
Emissions
January, %
20
31
82
2
8 10 10
100 100 100 100 100 100
Carbon
monoxide
Nitrogen
oxides
Sulphur
dioxide
Ammonia To...
Waste composition
Before sorting
21
Waste Percent
Food waste 12
Plastic 11
Plant waste 8
Glass 7
Paper 7
Fabrics 5
Metal 2...
Benefits to Klaipėda region and Lithuania
22
• Decreased dependence on imported fuels
• More stable heat prices
• Reduced ...
Kaunas Project: Description
• UAB Fortum Heat Lietuva is engaged in the development of the project “Kaunas
CHP Plant”, the...
Kaunas Project: Benefits
• Dependence on imported fuel (gas) will decline in the supply of heat to the city and
district o...
Kaunas Project: Developments
• Study of fuel supply has been performed in this project implementation stage
• Project Deve...
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Vitalijus Žuta
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Fortum Klaipėda: huge step towards independence 2014-02-28

  1. 1. Facts and figures
  2. 2. Sustainable business and responsibility 3 • Fortum‘s mission is based on sustainable business • Sustainability means economic and social responsibility in every-day activities of a company • Honesty, respect and creativity is the basis of Fortum‘s activities • Fortum continuously strives to: − develop sustainable energy projects − contribute to the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions − be a socially responsible company The main objective is to produce energy improving the quality of life of current and future generations.
  3. 3. Figures about Lithuania 4 • Population - 3 mln. • The main energy projects: – Nuclear power plant; – LNG terminal (under construction); – Electrical connections with Sweden (under construction) and Poland; – Gas connection with Poland; – Biofuel projects. Prices: – Electricity –46,2 EUR/MWh – Gas – 43,97 EUR/m³ – Biofuel – 19,85 EUR/MWh Demand: – Electricity – 10.6 TWh – Gas – 3.3 mlrd. m³ – Heat – 9.01TWh/ 27,2% from RES
  4. 4. Fortum in Lithuania 5 Fortum Klaipėda • Established in.......................2007 • Investments…....130 million EUR. Fortum Švenčionių energija • Established in….................2001 • Investments…......5 million EUR. Fortum Joniškio energija • Established in….....................2000 • Investments….......3,9 million EUR. Fortum Ekošiluma • Established in…............... 2003 • Investments….....1 million EUR.
  5. 5. Waste management
  6. 6. Swedish example 7
  7. 7. Municipal waste amounts Kg per capita in the EU countries in 2010 8 502 381 315 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
  8. 8. Collected amount of municipal waste In thousands of tons in major cities of Lithuania in 2010 9 199.5 141.3 76.3 57.8 44.7 Vilnius Kaunas Klaipėda Panevėžys Šiauliai
  9. 9. Municipal waste management In EU countries in 2010 10 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Disposal of municipal waste in landfills Recycling Composting Incineration
  10. 10. Municipal waste management in the European Union 11 68 57 57 38 15 16 16 22 11 16 16 25 6 11 11 15 1995 2000 2005 2010 Composting Recycling Incineration Landfilling
  11. 11. Use of secondary raw materials in Lithuania in 2010 12 577,000 tons 59,000 tons 105,000 tons 16,000 tons 27,000 tons Metal Glass Paper Tires Plastics
  12. 12. Municipal waste management techniques in Lithuania in 2010 13 94 % 2% 4% Disposal of municipal waste in landfills Composting Recycling
  13. 13. Municipal waste management techniques in Sweden in 2010 14 1% 14% 49% 36% Disposal of municipal waste in landfills Composting Incineration Recycling
  14. 14. Survey How do you rate waste incineration as a source of energy? 15 14% 68% 18% Negatively Positively I don't have any opinion
  15. 15. The Klaipeda Plant
  16. 16. Three challenges 17 • Municipality • Society • Transparency
  17. 17. Figures 18 • 95% of shares – UAB Fortum Heat Lietuva • 5% of shares – AB Klaipėdos energija • 130 million EUR – value of the project • 50 МW – heat capacity • 15 МW – additional heat capacity from smoke condenser during the winter time • 20 MW – electric capacity • 400 GWh – annual production of heat energy • 140 GWh – annual production of electricity • 40% of heat amount necessary for Klaipėda heat consumers
  18. 18. Facts 19 • The plant burn up to 245 thousand tons of municipal and industrial waste and biofuel (wood chips) • The best available technologies (BAT)used in the plant ensure the best method of waste incineration • All heat produced is transmitted to the Klaipėda city district heating system, while electricity is supplied to common electricity network • The new Klaipėda plant, where waste will be used as fuel, is the first object of such type in the Baltic countries • The company employs 35 professionals • More 30 service agreements
  19. 19. Emissions January, % 20 31 82 2 8 10 10 100 100 100 100 100 100 Carbon monoxide Nitrogen oxides Sulphur dioxide Ammonia Total organic carbon Particles Average value of the indicator Norm
  20. 20. Waste composition Before sorting 21 Waste Percent Food waste 12 Plastic 11 Plant waste 8 Glass 7 Paper 7 Fabrics 5 Metal 2 Wood 1 Other waste 47
  21. 21. Benefits to Klaipėda region and Lithuania 22 • Decreased dependence on imported fuels • More stable heat prices • Reduced costs for building new landfills • 4 – 5 times smaller amounts of waste disposed in landfill • Reduced environmental pollution • Competition of heat suppliers • One of the largest “green field” investment in Lithuania • About 35 MEUR civil and constructing works was done by local companies
  22. 22. Kaunas Project: Description • UAB Fortum Heat Lietuva is engaged in the development of the project “Kaunas CHP Plant”, the estimated value of which is about EUR 155 million • The preliminary place of construction of the planned Kaunas CHP plant is Kaunas Free Economic Zone. • The total capacity of the planned CHP plant is 100MW, of which thermal energy would account for 60MW and electricity - for 32MW • All the heat produced, about 560GWh, will be supplied to heat consumers of the city and district of Kaunas; electricity, about 250GWh, will be supplied to the public electricity grid • The company plans to employ about 40 people 23
  23. 23. Kaunas Project: Benefits • Dependence on imported fuel (gas) will decline in the supply of heat to the city and district of Kaunas, since a significant share of heat will be generated in this plant • Increase in price of heat produced out of natural gas would be slowed down and preconditions for the stabilization of a market price would be created • Costs of the construction of new landfills and operation of the existing ones would decrease, as when using waste in energy production, the amount thereof decreases 4-5 times • Impact on the formation of greenhouse effect decreases, since emitted landfill gases (methane) have a much greater influence on increasing greenhouse effect than CO2 gas emitted during waste incineration • New jobs for production, handling and transportation of biomass would be created • Local construction companies would take part in the construction of the plant 24
  24. 24. Kaunas Project: Developments • Study of fuel supply has been performed in this project implementation stage • Project Development Plan and Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment of the solutions thereof has been approved • Environmental Impact Assessment of the planned economic activity is being carried out • Construction is scheduled to start in Q1 2015 • Commissioning in Q1 2017 • There are more than 400 plants of such type operating in Europe: about 130 in France, 70 in Germany, 30 in Sweden 25
  25. 25. Thank You for Your attention!

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