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About Fortum (FORTUM)

Fortum Oyj engages in the generation, distribution, and sale of electricity and heat, as well as operation and maintenance of power plants. It operates through the following divisions: Generation, Russia, City Solutions, Consumer Solutions and Uniper. The Generation division is responsible for the large-scale power production, physical optimisation and trading activities in the Nordic area. It includes nuclear, hydro and thermal power production, portfolio management, as well as trading, industrial intelligence and nuclear services. The Russia division comprises Fortum's power and heat generation and sales activities in Russia. The City Solutions division is responsible for developing sustainable city solutions into a growing business. The Consumer Solutions division comprises of electricity sales, as well as some consumer business-related parts of the technology and new ventures development unit. The Uniper segment comprises Fortum’s majority ownership in Uniper, a subsidiary of Fortum. The company has its roots in 1980 and is headquartered in Espoo, Finland.

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