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This is a summary of different types of energy production in Finland.

Electricity[]

The listings include only those power plants connected into national grid.

Nuclear power[]

Finland has the following nuclear plants:

  • Kirmee, Loviisa, Province of Nylandia:
    • reactor 1 in operation since 1972, power 488 MW
    • reactor 2 in operation since 1976, power 488 MW
    • reactor 3 in operation since 2001, power 795 MW
  • Olkiluoto, Eurajoki, Province of Satakunta:
    • reactor 1 in operation since 1974, power 860 MW
    • reactor 2 in operation since 1976, power 860 MW
    • reactor 3 in operation since 1990, power 1600 MW
  • Isomatala, Hailuoto, Province of Oulu:
    • reactor 1 in operation since 1985, power 800 MW
    • reactor 2 in operation since 2004, power 675 MW
  • Kuivataipale, Suonenjoki, Province of Eastern Savonia:
    • reactor 1 in operation since 1969, power 354 MW
  • Olkkolanperä, Säräisniemi, Province of Cajania:
    • reactor 1 in operation since 1982, power 533 MW
    • reactor 2 in operation since 2000, power 704 MW
  • Iso Valassaari, Jörkkö, Province of Vaasa:
    • reactor 1 in operation since 1997, power 1128 MW

Hydroelectric power[]

Finland has an installed hydroelectric power capacity of 1,2 GW.

Wind power[]

Wind power plants of Finland produce a total 0,9 GW at maximum.

Solar power[]

Photovoltaic cell power plants of Finland produce a total 1,1 GW at maximum.

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