Origin of heat
Origin of heat and energy sources
The origin of the heat we sell varies somewhat from year to year. The origin is influenced, for example, by how well our own power plants have produced energy, the price of fuels, and general energy demand.
Our goal is to achieve full carbon neutrality by 2030 in all or part of the energy production we own. Check out our carbon neutrality path.
In 2021, the energy sources of district heat and steam sold to our customers were divided as follows:
|Energy sources||Own production||Including purchased heat|
|Other (pine tar oil)||0.0%||0.0%|
Specific annual CO2 emissions of district heating delivered to the customer:
|Energy method||218.6 g/kWh||217.8 g/kWh||190.2 g/kWh||144.0 g/kWh||111.1 g CO₂/kWh|
|Energy method||112.9 g CO₂(eq)/kWh|
|Benefit distribution method||78.7 g CO₂/kWh|
|Benefit distribution method||80.0 g CO₂(eq)/kWh|