Narva power plants

Eesti Energia Narva Elektrijaamad (Eesti Energia Narva Power Plants) is the largest producer of electrical energy in Estonia and one of the most important power producers in the Baltic region. The company supplies electrical energy to Estonian consumers and heat to the town of Narva, and it exports electricity to the Baltic States and supplies electricity to the Nordic power market through the Estlink undersea cable.

The company also sells the oil shale ash created as a waste product of energy production, as this is a valuable mineral raw material for the construction industry and agriculture. Ash sales »

The environmental management system of Narva power plants conforms to the requirements of the international standard ISO 14001:2004. The electrical, chemical and automatics laboratories of Narvapower plants are accredited in accordance with the requirements of the international quality system ISO 17025 for laboratories.

In 2008, Narva Power Plants completed an important environmental project by closing the second ash field of the Balti power plant. Part of the former ash field has been restructured as a landfill for industrial waste, while the rest of the area, a total of 318.4 hectares, has been re-planted with vegetation and will be the site of a wind park in future. This project has been supported by the Cohesion Fund of the European Union.
Read more about the project »
Ash and the environment »

You can read more about energy production in the two production plants of the company, the Eesti and Balti power plants, on the oil shale energy page »

A history of energy production »