Nuclear power is one of Fortum’s central energy production forms. In 2014, Fortum’s nuclear power production was 23.8 (2013: 23.7) TWh, i.e. 32% (2013: 35%) of our electricity production. Fortum also offers nuclear power expert services.
In Finland, we own and operate the Loviisa power plant. We also have a 26.6% share in Olkiluoto’s two reactors and a 25% share in the third reactor under construction. In Sweden, Fortum has a 22% share in Forsmark’s power production and a 43% share in Oskarshamn’s power production. Fortum’s nuclear power production capacity totals 3,280 MW.
Fortum announced in December 2014 that it is ready to take a max. 15% minority stake in Fennovoima’s nuclear power project if the restructuring of TGC-1’s hydropower production is realised in Russia.