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Finnish energy company Fortum wants to get a loan from the Finnish state

Finnish energy company Fortum wants to get a loan from the Finnish state

The former major shareholder of Uniper, the Finnish energy group Fortum, is trying to get state aid in Finland. The company said Fortum had applied for the first tranche of the loan “to prepare for a new disruption.” The total loan size is 2.3 billion euros, and the first tranche is 350 million euros.

Fortum wants to use the money to pay the increased surcharges from exchange operators that they require from companies for the risk of non-payment. The company confirmed that Fortum currently has sufficient funds of its own for this.

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