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Production of electricity and heat

Official Statistics of Finland (OSF)
The statistics on production of electricity and heat describe the production of electricity and heat as well as fuels used in production in Finland. The data are collected with an inquiry and published once a year.

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Statistics Finland

Revision release

Two new database tables for the statistics on production of electricity and heat
Read more about the revision and its impact in our release.

Database tables

Releases

According to Statistics Finland, the production of electricity in Finland amounted to 69.3 TWh in 2021, which was four per cent more than in the year before. Fossil-free electricity production, renewable energy sources and nuclear energy covered record 86 per cent of electricity production. The share of renewable energy sources in Finland's electricity production was over one half: 53 per cent. The share of renewable energy sources in electricity production continued to rise. The amount of electricity produced with fossil fuels and peat increased by three per cent from the year before. The production of district heat rose considerably from the previous year (by 16 %) due to the cold winter.

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release | Production of electricity and heat 2021

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Tiina Myllymaa
Senior Statistician
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