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Fortum to go climate neutral with new strategy

Fortum plans to go carbon neutral in Europe before 2035 in collaboration with Uniper. Meanwhile, the company plans to do the same globally before 2050.

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Finnish energy major Fortum presented a new strategy Thursday in which the company announces plans to develop up to 2 GW in onshore wind and solar power before 2025.

Climate neutrality is at the center of the new plan, and Fortum together with Uniper, which after several years of fighting now belongs to the Finnish company, aim for carbon neutrality in Europe by 2035, while the target for its other operations is 2050.

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