We are proud to announce that Enefit Energiatootmine AS, the biggest Estonian energy supplier, is now participating in the Baltpool energy exchange.

Enefit Energiatootmine AS, which belongs to Eesti Energia group, has joined the Baltpool biomass exchange. Three registered power plants from Ida-Viru region use wood chips and mainly waste wood to produce electricity and heat:

Balti Elektrijaam (Narva):192 Mw power generation capacity for electricity and 405 Mw for heat production

Eesti Elektrijaam (Auvere): 194 Mw power generation capacity for electricity

Auvere Elektrijaam (Narva-Jõesuu): 274 Mw power generation capacity for electricity

Eesti Energia group’s strategy is to increase renewable and alternative resources to 45% of the total electricity production (from 16% in 2018).

We are happy to contribute to our new buyer’s clean energy production goals and wish them successful transactions.

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