Fennovoima's year 2019 report

The report describes the project progress and our sustainability work carried out in 2019.

Nuclear power

Nuclear power

Nuclear power has many benefits. It is a reliable way to produce large amount of electricity in a climate-friendly way. One fifth of the electricity consumed by Finns is produced by nuclear power.

People

Come to work at Fennovoima

We have hundreds of unique people at Fennovoima. We have the will and the power to seek a zero-emission solution for domestic power generation. Join our company.

Recycle

Responsibility

The need for electricity in Finland is growing, and it is important to focus on creating efficient and environmentally friendly solutions. 

Hanhikivi 1

The biggest investment project in Finland is now at its licensing phase.

Read some information and stories about our project and the people around it.

Get to know us

Fennovoima - Hannu Tuulensuu

Hannu Tuulensuu

Nuclear Safety Design Manager

Olli-Pekka Pirilä

Occupational Safety Manager

Fennonen

Employees of Fennovoima
Project & Construction Site
Fennonen

Measures to slow down the spread of the coronavirus

Fennovoima has decided to restrict guests' access to its premises in both Helsinki and Pyhäjoki until further notice. Besides, the company is not organizing any visits to the Hanhikivi 1 construction site for now.

Energy & Climate Change
Fennonen

The role of nuclear power in a changing energy market

According to a persistent myth, nuclear power is only suitable for stable production of “baseload” electricity. However, nuclear power can also be used for load following, meaning it can react and adapt power output according to demand.

Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood
Fennonen

Green printing house turns 10 years old

Fennovoima's stakeholder magazine Fennonen is printed by Botnia Print in Kokkola, where sustainable development is both a fundamental value and a selling point.

Project & Construction Site
Fennonen

More Finns understand the benefits of nuclear power

More and more Finns see nuclear power as a sensible and sustainable option for securing energy production in Finland. According to Jussi Lehto, the President and CEO of Voimaosakeyhtiö SF, these are also the main arguments for the Hanhikivi 1 project.

Finland needs more energy

The consumption or electricity is not about to decrease in Finland. Electricity provides us with light, heat, growth and welfare. Electricity must be produced so that it will not burden our climate.

Fennovoima is a Finnish energy company that builds Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant to a green field site on Pyhäjoki, Hanhikivi peninsula. The operational power plant will produce one tenth of Finland’s electricity need, reliably and climate-friendly.