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Birgitta Resvik, Vice President Corporate Relations Sweden
Fortum – Power and heat company in
the Nordic countries, Russia...
Our geographical presence today
2
TGC-1 (~25%)
Power generation ~7 TWh
Heat sales ~8 TWh
OAO Fortum
Power generation 19.2 ...
Transition towards Solar Economy Solar Economy
Solar based production with
high overall system efficiency
Resource&systeme...
4
First solar step in India…
Amrit 5.4 MWp solar plant
• In operation from March 2012
• Fortum acquisition finished in Jun...
Fortum’s investment programme
– Nordic region, Poland and Baltic countries
Additional electricity capacity around 950 MW
1...
Fortum Corporation / Göran Hult6
Example of wave power projects
Fortum is co-owner in AW Energy Oy,
developing WaveRoller
...
Fortum helps the consumer to be more active and aware
Adaption is already here for the energy sector
Damm safety - a continuous work
• New criteria set by the sector; 10-thousa...
Build on the system we have - strengthening the EU-ETS
• In long term (2020 ->):
– Set the emission target for 2030 quickl...
Fortum a forerunner in sustainability
• Dow Jones Sustainability World Index
– Included for ten consecutive years
– Fortum...
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Sei ipcc seminarrium

  1. 1. Birgitta Resvik, Vice President Corporate Relations Sweden Fortum – Power and heat company in the Nordic countries, Russia, Poland and the Baltics SEI seminar – connection to IPPC-report in Stockholm 20th September 2013
  2. 2. Our geographical presence today 2 TGC-1 (~25%) Power generation ~7 TWh Heat sales ~8 TWh OAO Fortum Power generation 19.2 TWh Heat sales 26.4 TWh Russia Poland Power generation 0.8 TWh Heat sales 4.3 TWh Baltic countries Power generation 0.4 TWh Heat sales 0.9 TWh Nordic countries Power generation 51.6 TWh Heat sales 14.5 TWh Distribution customers 1.6 million Electricity customers 1.2 million Nr 3 Power generation Electricity sales Nr 2 Nr 1 Heat DistributionNr 1 Key figures 2012 Sales EUR 6.2 bn Operating profit EUR 1.9 bn Balance sheet EUR 25 bn Personnel 10,400 Great Britain Power generation 1.1 TWh Heat sales 1.8 TWh
  3. 3. Transition towards Solar Economy Solar Economy Solar based production with high overall system efficiency Resource&systemefficiency Finite fuel resources Large CO2 emissions Infinite fuel resources Emissions free production HighLow Geothermal Hydro Wind Sun Ocean Bio Coal Gas Oil Nuclear today Nuclear tomorrow CHP CCS Traditional energy production Exhaustible fuels that burden the environment Advanced energy production Energy efficient and/or low-emission production Copyright © Fortum Corporation All rights reserved by Fortum Corporation and shall be deemed the sole property of Fortum Corporation and nothing in this slide or otherwise shall be construed as granting or conferring any rights, in particular any intellectual property rights 3
  4. 4. 4 First solar step in India… Amrit 5.4 MWp solar plant • In operation from March 2012 • Fortum acquisition finished in June 2013 • Yearly output 9,200 MWh (~1,700kWh/kWp) • First Solar modules - leading thin film module technology • SMA inverters - market leader in solar inverters
  5. 5. Fortum’s investment programme – Nordic region, Poland and Baltic countries Additional electricity capacity around 950 MW 100% CO2-free 5 Project Electricity, MW Heat, MW Commissioned Olkiluoto 3, Finland 400 Swedish nuclear upgrades 290 Refurbishing of hydro power 10 annually Brista, Sweden 20 57 Q4 2013 (waste CHP) Klaipeda, Lithuania 20 60 Q1 2013 (waste CHP) Total ~950 ~500 Jelgava, Latvia 23 45 Q3 2013 (biomass CHP) Järvenpää, Finland 23 63 Q2 2013 (biomass CHP) Värtan, Sweden 130 280 2016 (biomass CHP) Blaiken, Sweden, wind power 30
  6. 6. Fortum Corporation / Göran Hult6 Example of wave power projects Fortum is co-owner in AW Energy Oy, developing WaveRoller • Technology from the waves on the bottom of the sea, close to the shore, • A pilot plant outside Portugal, • A new 1,5 MW project outside Bretagne together with DCNS announced yesterday. Fortum invest in world largest wave power plant on the west coast of Sweden • Eletricity from the wave • Power generation of 10 MW with about 420 units. Planned start of production year 2014. • The Swedish Energy Agency and Fortum support the project with about 50 percent each - totally 250 MSEK
  7. 7. Fortum helps the consumer to be more active and aware
  8. 8. Adaption is already here for the energy sector Damm safety - a continuous work • New criteria set by the sector; 10-thousand years flow - earlier 500 years, • Fortum reconstruct and invest the coming years about 4 billion SEK in damm safety. Upgrading the electricity network 8
  9. 9. Build on the system we have - strengthening the EU-ETS • In long term (2020 ->): – Set the emission target for 2030 quickly, – No need of separate targets for mature technology of RES, – R&D support for new technology, – Enlarging the scope of ETS preferred. • Structural changes in ETS is needed. – A pre-designed mechanism to adjust the ETS automatically in cases of significant deviations in economy. – An automatic supply adjustment mechanism, ASAM - the thresholds set by e g Commission, ECB or another body. • EU-ETS is the embryo for global trading - many ETS-systems are now coming around the world 9
  10. 10. Fortum a forerunner in sustainability • Dow Jones Sustainability World Index – Included for ten consecutive years – Fortum the only Nordic power and heat company • Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index – Fortum globally third best company in the utility sector 2012 – Fortum the only Nordic power and heat company • SAM Sustainability Yearbook • STOXX® Global ESG Leaders indices • oekom • OMX GES Sustainability Finland Index • Storebrand SRI 10
  11. 11. 11 Thank you!

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