According to the World Nuclear Association (WNA), a quarter of the world’s electricity needs to be produced by means of nuclear power in 30 years. The additional new nuclear power capacity required to accomplish this would be up to 1,000 gigawatts.
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 10:00
Currently, brisk construction activity can be seen everywhere in Pyhäjoki. The retail sector is making investments, and the municipality is improving roads and upgrading hiking trails. The municipality of Pyhäjoki is preparing for a considerable increase in the number of residents by zoning additional plots for single-family dwellings.
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 09:30
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 09:00
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 08:30
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 08:00
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 07:30
The construction of the nuclear power plant will provide Pyhäjoki with plenty of new opportunities. Municipal manager Matti Soronen says the municipality is already eagerly preparing for internationalization.
Most popular Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations28.06.2018 07:20
For decades, the Kielosaari kiosk has been the place to buy your first ice cream cone of the summer. Now a new generation of entrepreneurs is developing the time-honored Pyhäjoki campsite into a year-round attraction for travelers to boost tourism in the entire province.
Most popular Nuclear Power & Climate Change Recommendations28.06.2018 07:15
The demand for electricity varies widely at different times of the day and from one season to the next. It makes sense to use nuclear power to produce base load power that satisfies a steady basic demand. Load-following flexibly adjusts the supply to fluctuations in consumption.
Project & Construction Site Recommendations12.04.2018 11:00
The Hanhikivi 1 project will influence the Oulu region and the whole of Finland in a myriad of ways during its lifecycle, according to a study commissioned by the Council of Oulu Region and Raahe District Business Services.
Project & Construction Site12.04.2018 10:30
Fennovoima’s entire management system has been certified. Major development efforts were needed before the management, environmental, and occupational health and safety system certificates were obtained. The work was completed this year with the certification of the environmental system.
Fenno People12.04.2018 10:00
Training manager Riitta Hast and her team make sure that Fennovoima employees receive adequate training – from their first day at work right up to the commissioning of the power plant. According to Hast, the training system is “quite a complex whole”.