How does the Nordic energy system look? What changes have they seen? This Category looks at energy consumption, primary energy supply, energy intensity, etc.
Hydropower and biomass are the key contributors to the renewable 30% of Finland’s electricity supply. Biomass has long been an important part of Finnish electricity and heat production, thanks to its forestry sector.
Nuclear is the largest single source, and combined with renewables, almost two thirds of the electricity produced in Finland is CO2-free.
Data source: IEA