Join the change for a cleaner world

The use of electricity is growing rapidly. At the same time, we must find new ways to create energy and lower emissions. Our goal is ever-cleaner production of electricity and heat, the efficient use of renewable energy sources, the preservation of natural resources, and the promotion of the circular economy.

On this page, you will find a variety of solutions that can help in building a more sustainable future. Come and join the change – we will create a cleaner world together.

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Electricity from renewable energy sources, heat in a modern and ecological way

Can the sun keep ice cream cold?

Solar power

A bright and renewable energy source

Wind power

An endless source of clean energy

Towards zero-emission transportation

Fortum Charge & Drive

A cutting-edge charging system for electric cars

Modern district heating

The cleaner way to heat homes

HorsePower heats homes

Fortum HorsePower

Energy from manure

District cooling for all kinds of buildings

An ecological and reliable cooling solution

Let’s reuse and recycle

Recycling and recovery of materials

Circular economy saves natural resources


Balancing electricity supply with flowing water

Fortum Otso

Bio-oil is the fuel of the future

Fortum Spring

Virtual power plant balances the energy system

Fortum Fiksu

Living smart


Modern district heating

The cleaner way to heat homes

Fortum provides district heating in a number of cities in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Russia. District heating gives you more comfort for living. District heating is a reliable and environmentally benign way to heat homes and buildings in densely-built areas.

We produce district heating mainly in combined heat and power (CHP) plants, in which heat and electricity is produced in the same process. This way, nearly 90% of the energy contained in the fuel is utilised. In co-generation, environmental emissions remain 30% lower than when electricity and heat are generated separately.

We utilise various fuels and continuously develop the usage of renewable fuels in our heat production. For example, in Finland the heat energy contained in purified wastewater is recovered for use in district heating. We also produce cleaner heat by utilising the waste heat generated in data centres and by burning forest residue chips and industrial by-products, such as sawdust and bark, recycled wood or wood pellets. Replacing oil with renewable fuels contributes significantly to reduced carbon dioxide emissions from heat generation.