Energy operation & maintenance - complete partnership

We help develop the safety, operating efficiency and energy efficiency of energy plants and energy distribution, as well as reduce emissions. We at Caverion share the important values of sustainable development, security of supply and occupational safety with our clients.

We have a long experience of cooperating with clients operating in energy generation and distribution. Our service includes the maintenance or comprehensive operation and maintenance of various types of power plants and electricity and heat distribution, in accordance with the client's strategy and objectives.

We offer comprehensive expertise on various types of power plants, hydropower and district heating networks. For example, we are responsible for about a quarter of Finland's district heating production. In addition to cogeneration and condensing power plants using different fuels, we operate almost sixty hydropower plants and district heating networks.

For municipal energy companies and decision-makers we offer specialized expert service to increase the productivity of their production facilities and production methods, and to develop operation and maintenance.

Operation and maintenance outsourcing

As your O&M partner, we support you in the challenges of the energy sector by operating your production assets in an optimal way - our clients can focus on their own core business with peace of mind. We help maintain and develop the value of power plant assets and the distribution network.

Our state-of-the-art digital services make operations more planned and predictable. We maximize the reliability of energy production with real-time process data, analysis and automated guidelines. We are constantly developing our own operations. Among other things, we are looking for energy-efficient, innovative solutions for various installations jointly with the clients. 

We currently manage in its entirety e.g. several CHP and hydropower plants, district heating networks and reserve power plants.

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