Nevel is responsible for producing the energy needed by the Pohjolan Peruna factory in Raahe, Finland. Nevel not only operates and monitors the steam production plant, we also source domestic fuels, some of which are located just 15 kilometres away from the factory – reducing related transport costs and emissions. The plant uses 25 GWh of energy per year, which corresponds to the annual heating needs of around 1,000 houses.
Pohjolan Peruna Oy, which produces the well-known Mummon and Mestari brand products, is an important employer in the Ostrobothnia region. Mummon mashed potatoes are known to almost every Finn and Mummon French fries are currently the retail market leader in Finland. The Mestari brand sells high-quality French fries as well as vacuum-packed and dry products for professional kitchens and industrial use.
The mill peels and cooks about 1000 truckloads of Finnish potatoes annually. The Pohjolan Peruna factory uses steam energy across many different stages of their production process, meaning guaranteed power generation is a critical issue for the plant – which is why Nevel monitors steam production around the clock via the Nevel operating centre.
Energy need equivalent to 1,000 houses
Local fuel source as close as 15 km
“We had a number of good candidates for energy production, but we chose Nevel on the basis of their strong local expertise and commitment.”
“Our local expertise combined with our digitalisation initiatives meant we were able to take over energy production at the plant with a very short transition period.”
Provide reliable supply with locally sourced fuels.
Nevel operates and monitors the steam production plant 24/7 while also sourcing local fuel.
Nevel provides energy supply security, ensuring smooth production at the Pohjolan Peruna factory.