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.
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The need for electricity in Finland is growing, and it is important to focus on creating efficient and environmentally friendly solutions.
The biggest investment project in Finland is now at its licensing phase.
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Fennovoima’s project director Minna Forsström will move on to new challenges. Forsström leaves the company in good spirits. She does not want to talk about her next career step yet.
Hereford cattle are the most important employees of Rautala farm. Thanks to them there is now room for the endangered Primula cortusoides and nesting waterfowl among the willows in front of the Parhalahti nature conservation area.
A voluntary search and rescue team searches for bodies of drowning victims in Finland. Fennovoima supports the operations of the search and rescue boat team from Lumijoki.
Renewable energy is one of the most potent positive brands in the discussion about the environment and climate. It has become a problematic concept, however, because it has been used as a key term in policies related to climate change, for example.
A skiing event for the entire family will be arranged in downtown Pyhäjoki this March. At the event called Pyhäjoki Suxii, future stars of the Finnish youth U18 skiing team and local teams will also be featured.
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.