During 2019, Fennovoima has reprogrammed the operations both within the company and throughout the Hanhikivi 1 project. The changes have brought significant progress in different areas of the power plant design and preparatory work. In our newly published report ‘Fennovoima’s year 2019’ we describe the project progress and the sustainability work we have carried out last year.
Through periodic materiality assessments, we ensure that we focus our sustainability efforts on matters that are relevant to the company's operations and sustainable development, keeping stakeholder expectations and needs in mind.
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.
This material references to the following Disclosures of GRI Standards 2016 presented in the GRI index below.
In addition, the report includes Fennovoima’s own disclosures that Fennovoima has defined as material to its corporate responsibility.
Fennovoima’s project has a significant social dimension, both domestically and internationally.
Fennovoima follows the zero-accident principle – and the occupational health and safety concept covers the entire subcontracting chain.
The purpose of Fennovoima’s supply chain management is to provide a way of managing, monitoring and developing the performance of the entire supply chain of the Hanhikivi 1 project.
Competent and committed personnel is one of our key assets.
Nuclear safety is the core of our operations.
Economic responsibility means us creating long-term value for the shareholders and having a positive economic impact on Finnish society.
Fennovoima’s own internal functionality is a precondition for responsible operations.
Compliance with applicable laws, regulations and ethical guidelines is crucial for
The Fennovoima Responsibility Program supports sustainable development of
Fennovoima’s operations and Hanhikivi 1 Program.
A clear majority of the residents of Pyhäjoki and its surrounding municipalities support Fennovoima's nuclear power plant project.
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 commits to actions to promote dialogue about climate change and growth of the cleantech field
Fennovoima will make its first public climate commitments to coincide with the Finnish Climate Summit, held in Helsinki on Wednesday June 13th.
Fennovoima will bring a large number of ice cubes to the streets this weekend.