Birgitta Resvik, Vice President Corporate Relations, Fortum
Fortum – Power and heat company
in the Nordic countries, Russi...
Our geographical presence today
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TGC-1 (~25%)
Power generation ~7 TWh
Heat sales ~8 TWh
OAO Fortum
Power generation 19.2 ...
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Fortum in Sweden
Distribution of electricity
Hydro Power plants
2 Nuclear plants – co-owned
1 Condensing plant – co-owne...
Hydro power
47%
Coal 4%
Other 1%
Nuclear power 43%
Biomass 2%
European generation 53.9 TWh
(Generation capacity 11,271 MW)...
Fortum's carbon exposure among the lowest in Europe
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Drax
RWE
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Edipower
Vattenfall...
Stockholm -The European Green Capital 2010
Fortum has since 1980 reduced the emissions in Stockholm:
-60 % CO2 -95 % SO2 -...
District heating in Stockholm by Fortum Värme
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New bio–CHP in the center of Stockholm:
one of world biggest, will give 750 GWh electricity and
1700 GWh heat - correspo...
Fuel supply from local, regional and global sources
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Base supply on rail from terminals in a
wide nordic supply area. Log...
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Royal Seaport of Stockholm –
A prime example of sustainable urban development
Vision
• Royal Seaport – an international...
Transition towards Solar Economy Solar Economy
Solar based production with
high overall system efficiency
Resource&systeme...
Fortum a forerunner in sustainability
• Dow Jones Sustainability World Index
– Included for ten consecutive years
– Fortum...
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Thank you!
Fuel Hierarchy
Household and Industrial waste
Heat Surplus
Industrial by-products
Biomass
F&A by-products
Biomass
Forrest ...
Fuels in Fortum Heat Scandinavia
Waste
750 kton/year (86 000 trucks) to Högdalen CHP. Will increase
to 1 million tonnes in...
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The sustainable waste
• Local fuel from recycled materials
• Turns cost into commodity
• Landfill problems solved
• Red...
R&D aspiration is to enable a sustainable CO2-free future for
Fortum
• Wave power to commercial use
• Pyrolysis oil one st...
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  1. 1. Birgitta Resvik, Vice President Corporate Relations, Fortum Fortum – Power and heat company in the Nordic countries, Russia, Poland and the Baltics Svebio-Ambassador´s meeting 4th December 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. 3 Fortum in Sweden Distribution of electricity Hydro Power plants 2 Nuclear plants – co-owned 1 Condensing plant – co-owned • Fortum Heat divisions CHP- plants not on the map
  4. 4. Hydro power 47% Coal 4% Other 1% Nuclear power 43% Biomass 2% European generation 53.9 TWh (Generation capacity 11,271 MW) Fortum's European power generation in 2012 Natural gas 3% European production 18.5 TWh (Production capacity 9,035 MW) Fortum's European heat production in 2012 Peat 2% Oil 2% Heat pumps, electricity 18% Waste 10% Natural gas 21% Coal 20% Biomass 27% Fortum's European power generation based on hydro and nuclear power – wide flexibility in heat production 4
  5. 5. Fortum's carbon exposure among the lowest in Europe 5 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 DEI Drax RWE CEZ SSE Edipower Vattenfall Enel EDP E.ON GDFSUEZ Dong UnionFenosa EnBW Iberdrola Fortumtotal Verbund PVO FortumEU EDF Statkraft 88 g CO2/kWh electricity, 2011 2012 68% of Fortum's total power generation CO2-free 93% of Fortum’s power generation in the EU CO2-free Close to 100% of the ongoing investment programme in the EU CO2-free Average 338 g/kWh 192 Note: Fortum’s specific emission of the power generation in 2012 in the EU were 42 g/kWh and in total 171 g/kWh. Only European generation except “Fortum total“ which includes Russia. Source: PWC & Enerpresse, Novembre 2012 Changement climatique et Électricité, Fortum
  6. 6. Stockholm -The European Green Capital 2010 Fortum has since 1980 reduced the emissions in Stockholm: -60 % CO2 -95 % SO2 -80 % NOx
  7. 7. District heating in Stockholm by Fortum Värme 7
  8. 8. 8 New bio–CHP in the center of Stockholm: one of world biggest, will give 750 GWh electricity and 1700 GWh heat - correspond to 190 000 flats
  9. 9. Fuel supply from local, regional and global sources 9 Base supply on rail from terminals in a wide nordic supply area. Logistic flexibility to ensure security in supply and access to a global market
  10. 10. 10 Royal Seaport of Stockholm – A prime example of sustainable urban development Vision • Royal Seaport – an international benchmark of sustainable urban development Mission and goals • Build 10 000 new apartments, 30 000 work spaces and a wide harbour in 2009-25 • Fossil fuel free-zone in 2030 • CO2-emissions less than 1.5 tonne/person by 2009-2025 (currently 4.5 tonne/person) Focus areas • Efficient use of energy • Climate-benign transport solutions • Life style -issues
  11. 11. 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 11
  12. 12. 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 best company in the utility sector 2013 – Fortum the only Nordic power and heat company • SAM Sustainability Yearbook • STOXX® Global ESG Leaders indices • oekom • OMX GES Sustainability Finland Index • Storebrand SRI 12
  13. 13. 13 Thank you!
  14. 14. Fuel Hierarchy Household and Industrial waste Heat Surplus Industrial by-products Biomass F&A by-products Biomass Forrest and Agricultural Biomass Fossil fuels Energy efficiency Resource efficiency Environmental efficiency Cost efficiency
  15. 15. Fuels in Fortum Heat Scandinavia Waste 750 kton/year (86 000 trucks) to Högdalen CHP. Will increase to 1 million tonnes in 2013. Wood Chips 1 TWh/year to Brista CHP. Domestic supply and import thru port of Hargshamn. Wood Pellet 300 kton/year to Hässelby CHP. Main supply from Russia and the Baltic states (100-150 vessels/year). Bio oils 80-100 kton/year. Based on TOP and residues from oleochemic industry in Asia, Brazil and Europe. Coal 300 kton/year. Mainly Russian coal. Special quality requirements. Fossile oils 5-20 kton/year. Gasoil and HFO (low sulphur). Brista CHP HässelbyCHP
  16. 16. 16 The sustainable waste • Local fuel from recycled materials • Turns cost into commodity • Landfill problems solved • Reduces methane by reducing landfills Plant Högdalen, Stockholm 40 years experience of waste to energy CHP 700,000 tonnes recycled waste 3.6 TWh heat & 0.3 TWh electricity 90 % of energy content in the waste is utilized
  17. 17. R&D aspiration is to enable a sustainable CO2-free future for Fortum • Wave power to commercial use • Pyrolysis oil one step towards aspiration to become a carbon free power and heat producer • Advancing a rapid adoption of electric vehicles • New solutions to district heating • Decentralised energy production and smart grids • Increased nuclear safety and lifetime, nuclear CHP • NURES product to remove radioactivity from liquids 18

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