List of power stations in Finland

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Non-renewable

Nuclear

NameLocationCoordinatesTypeCapacity, MWeOperationalNotes
Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant 1 Loviisa 60°22′16″N26°20′50″E / 60.3712353°N 26.3470924°E / 60.3712353; 26.3470924 (Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) VVER 4881977-
Loviisa 2 60°22′13″N26°20′47″E / 60.3703866°N 26.3463843°E / 60.3703866; 26.3463843 (Loviisa Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) VVER4881980-
Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant 1 Olkiluoto 61°14′13″N21°26′45″E / 61.2369104°N 21.445806°E / 61.2369104; 21.445806 (Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) BWR 8601978-
Olkiluoto 2 61°14′09″N21°26′33″E / 61.2359708°N 21.4424586°E / 61.2359708; 21.4424586 (Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) BWR 8601980-
Olkiluoto 3 61°14′07″N21°26′09″E / 61.2351447°N 21.4358711°E / 61.2351447; 21.4358711 (Olkiluto Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 3) EPR 1600construction finished

Fossil fuel

NameLocationCoordinatesFuelCapacity, MWe
Hanasaari Power Station Helsinki 60°10′54″N24°58′00″E / 60.181667°N 24.966667°E / 60.181667; 24.966667 (Hanasaari Power Station) Coal 220
Kellosaari Power Station Helsinki 60°09′43″N24°54′30″E / 60.1620°N 24.9083°E / 60.1620; 24.9083 (Kellosaari Power Station) Fuel Oil 118
Kristiina Power Station Kristinestad 62°15′19″N21°19′36″E / 62.2553°N 21.3268°E / 62.2553; 21.3268 (Kristiina Power Station) Coal and Fuel Oil 450
Kymijärvi 1 Power Station Lahti 60°59′29″N25°43′14″E / 60.99143°N 25.72046°E / 60.99143; 25.72046 (Kymijärvi 1 Power Station) Coal, Natural gas and Biogas 200
Lielahti Power Station Tampere 61°30′38″N23°40′31″E / 61.510417°N 23.675233°E / 61.510417; 23.675233 (Lielahti Power Station) Natural gas 147
Martinlaakso Power Station Vantaa 60°17′00″N24°50′11″E / 60.283333°N 24.836389°E / 60.283333; 24.836389 (Martinlaakso Power Station) Coal and Natural gas 195
Meri-Pori Power Station Pori 61°37′54″N21°24′24″E / 61.631667°N 21.406667°E / 61.631667; 21.406667 (Meri-Pori Power Station) Coal 560
Mussalo Power Station Kotka 60°26′07″N26°54′43″E / 60.435167°N 26.911806°E / 60.435167; 26.911806 (Mussalo Power Station) Natural gas and Coal 313
Naantali Power Station Naantali 60°27′28″N22°03′19″E / 60.457667°N 22.055167°E / 60.457667; 22.055167 (Naantali Power Station) Coal 256
Naistenlahti Power Station Tampere 61°30′35″N23°46′36″E / 61.5098°N 23.7768°E / 61.5098; 23.7768 (Naistenlahti Power Station) Natural gas, Peat, Wood and Fuel Oil 189
Nokia Power Station Nokia 61°28′26″N21°29′41″E / 61.4738°N 21.4947°E / 61.4738; 21.4947 (Nokia Power Station) Natural gas 70
Salmisaari Power Station Helsinki 60°27′28″N24°54′14″E / 60.457667°N 24.903889°E / 60.457667; 24.903889 (Salmisaari Power Station) Coal 160
Suomenoja Power Station Espoo 60°08′54″N24°43′06″E / 60.148333°N 24.718333°E / 60.148333; 24.718333 (Suomenoja Power Station) Natural gas and Coal 359
Tahkoluoto Power Station Pori 61°37′56″N21°24′18″E / 61.632222°N 21.405°E / 61.632222; 21.405 (Tahkoluoto Power Station) Coal 235
Vaskiluoto Power Station Vaasa 63°05′29″N21°33′14″E / 63.091389°N 21.553889°E / 63.091389; 21.553889 (Vaskiluoto Power Station) Coal and Fuel Oil 390
Vuosaari Power Station Helsinki 60°13′12″N25°10′09″E / 60.2199°N 25.1692°E / 60.2199; 25.1692 (Vuosaari Power Station) Natural gas 630

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Renewable

Biomass and peat

StationLocationGeographic CoordinatesFuelCapacity (MW)Notes
Alholmens Kraft Power Station Jakobstad 63°42′07″N22°42′35″E / 63.701944°N 22.709722°E / 63.701944; 22.709722 (Alholmens Kraft Power Station) Biomass and Peat 265
Haapaniemi Power Station Kuopio 62°52′45″N27°40′32″E / 62.879167°N 27.675556°E / 62.879167; 27.675556 (Haapaniemi Power Station) Peat 90
Haapavesi Power Station Haapavesi 64°07′20″N25°24′47″E / 64.1222°N 25.4130°E / 64.1222; 25.4130 (Haapavesi Power Station) Peat 154
Joensuu Power Station Joensuu 62°35′36″N29°50′13″E / 62.5934°N 29.8370°E / 62.5934; 29.8370 (Joensuu Power Station) Biomass and Peat 50
Kaukaan Voima Power Station Lappeenranta 61°04′00″N28°14′40″E / 61.06667°N 28.24444°E / 61.06667; 28.24444 (Kaukaan Voima Power Station) Biomass 125
Keljonlahti Power Station Jyväskylä 62°11′32″N25°44′15″E / 62.1923°N 25.7376°E / 62.1923; 25.7376 (Keljonlahti Power Station) Peat and Biomass 209
Kymin Voima Power Station Kouvola 60°54′31.02″N26°39′45.48″E / 60.9086167°N 26.6626333°E / 60.9086167; 26.6626333 (Kymin Voima Power Station) Biomass and Peat 76
Naantali Power Station Naantali 60°27′28″N22°03′19″E / 60.457667°N 22.055167°E / 60.457667; 22.055167 (Naantali Power Station) Coal, Natural gas, [2] Peat, Biomass and RDF 142Under construction [3]
Naistenlahti Power Station Tampere 61°30′35″N23°46′36″E / 61.5098°N 23.7768°E / 61.5098; 23.7768 (Naistenlahti Power Station) Natural gas, Peat, Wood and Fuel Oil 189
Pursiala Power Station Mikkeli 61°40′31″N27°17′24″E / 61.6753°N 27.2901°E / 61.6753; 27.2901 (Pursiala Power Station) Wood and Peat 62
Rauhalahti Power Station Jyväskylä 62°14′08″N25°48′50″E / 62.235556°N 25.813889°E / 62.235556; 25.813889 (Rauhalahti Power Station) Peat and Wood 87
Seinäjoki Power Station Seinäjoki 62°44′30″N22°48′56″E / 62.7418°N 22.8156°E / 62.7418; 22.8156 (Seinäjoki Power Station) Peat and Wood 120
Tihisenniemi Power Station Kajaani 64°14′00″N27°41′21″E / 64.233333°N 27.689167°E / 64.233333; 27.689167 (Tihisenniemi Power Station) Peat 88
Toppila Power Station Oulu 60°09′53″N25°29′17″E / 60.164722°N 25.488056°E / 60.164722; 25.488056 (Toppila Power Station) Peat 190
Vanaja Power Station Hämeenlinna 60°58′29″N20°30′19″E / 60.9748°N 20.5053°E / 60.9748; 20.5053 (Vanaja Power Station) Biomass, Peat and Natural gas 54

Hydroelectric

StationLocationCoordinatesCapacity (MW)
Imatra Dam Imatra 61°10′00″N28°46′29″E / 61.1667966°N 28.7746954°E / 61.1667966; 28.7746954 (Imatra Dam) 178
Petäjäskoski Dam Rovaniemi 66°16′18″N25°20′23″E / 66.27164°N 25.339816°E / 66.27164; 25.339816 (Petäjäskoski Dam) 154
Taivalkoski Dam Keminmaa 65°55′58″N24°42′22″E / 65.932788°N 24.70600°E / 65.932788; 24.70600 (Taivalkoski Dam) 133

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References

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  2. "NAANTALIN JALOSTAMON KAASUA ENERGIANTUOTANTOON NAANTALIN VOIMALAITOKSELLE" . Retrieved 2017-11-19.
  3. "NA4 CHP -projekti".