RDIF and Fortum invest in the largest solar power plant construction

01 March 2021

The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and Fortum, the leading energy company in the Northern Europe and Russia’s leader in renewables, invest in the project for the construction of solar power plant (SPP) with a capacity of 116 MW in the Republic of Kalmykia, the communication of RDIF’s press office says.

70.7 mln

Investor profile

Fortum Keilaniemi


Company's website: www.fortum.com

T: +358 10 4511

Public company

E-mail: investors@fortum.com

Contact: PEKKA LUNDMARK, President and CEO

The Fortum Corporation specializes in producing efficient electric and thermal energy without carbon dioxide emissions. The company also offers related products and expert services in the field of energy to private industrial enterprises and power generating companies. The key regions of Fortum’s presence are the countries of Northern Europe and the Baltic States, Russia and Poland. In 2014, the Corporation's sales amounted to 4.1 billion euros (without taking into account the sold electric grid business), the comparable operating profit, 1.1 bln euros. The company employs about 8 400 people. Fortum shares are listed on NASDAQ stock exchange in Helsinki. The corporate headquarters are located in Espoo, Finland./p>