Once in operation, the Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant will produce electricity for decades without emissions detrimental to climate. Before commissioning, Fennovoima's direct environmental impact is mostly related to the construction work carried out at the site.
Fennovoima and the Finnish Ski Association have signed a collaboration agreement. Under the agreement Fennovoima will become an official partner for the X-Country Ski Team Finland A and the title partner for the U18 X-Country team.
We commit to emphasize, via public dialog, the significance of clean energy production as a way of combatting climate change, as well as promoting the growth of the cleantech field in Finland.
Fennovoima and Posiva’s subsidiary Posiva Solutions Ltd have signed a service agreement. The agreement will enable Posiva's expertise to be utilized in Fennovoima’s final disposal of spent nuclear fuel.
The Regional State Administrative Agency of Northern Finland has granted Fennovoima a permit pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act.
The environmental impact assessment (EIA) report of the transmission lines required for Fennovoima’s Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant has been completed.
Hearing procedure concerning the environmental permit application for Fennovoima's nuclear power plant begins
The Northern Finland's Regional State Administrative Agency has initiated a hearing procedure pursuant to the Environmental Protection Act concerning Fennovoima's environmental permit application for its nuclear power plant.
The Regional State Administrative Agency of Northern Finland has granted Fennovoima two permits pursuant to the Water Act.
Fennovoima is applying for an environmental permit for its nuclear power plant regarding the activities and emissions during the operation of the plant.
Fennovoima Ltd continues the bedrock studies at Hanhikivi headland in August.
The Ministry of Employment and the Economy has submitted a statement of the Environmental Impact Assessment of Fennovoima on Monday, June 2nd.
Various studies will be conducted on Fennovoima’s Hanhikivenniemi site in Pyhäjoki during summer.
Several studies will be conducted in the Pyhäjoki site of Fennovoima’s nuclear power plant this spring and summer.
Fennovoima is applying permits for its nuclear power plant regarding construction in sea areas at the plant site in Pyhäjoki in Northern Finland. There are three separate water permit applications.
During 2012 Fennovoima has conducted various soil and bedrock studies in the land and sea areas.