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 Site Recommendations12.04.2018 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 People Recommendations12.04.2018 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”.
Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations12.04.2018 09:30
Local towns and municipalities are getting ready for the influx of Fennovoima employees. Our video series describes what the everyday life of the employees is like in Pyhäjoki and its neighbouring areas.
Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood Recommendations12.04.2018 09:00
Nuclear Power & Climate Change Recommendations12.04.2018 08:30
To mitigate climate change in a meaningful way, we would need to at least double the current nuclear power capacity in electricity production by 2050. In addition, we would need to decarbonize much of the heat and industrial process heat sectors, where nuclear has a big role to play as well. In this light, should we be worried about our uranium reserves?
Blog & Editorial Recommendations12.04.2018 07:00
Nuclear Power & Climate Change08.02.2018 14:26
Project & Construction Site08.02.2018 14:23
Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood08.02.2018 12:47
Nuclear Power & Climate Change08.02.2018 12:18
Together, we are stronger. This is how Jacques Régaldo, chairman of WANO, an association focusing on the safety of nuclear power plants, sums up the organization’s goals. Fennovoima joined the organization two years ago. The company wanted to act early.
Nuclear Power & Climate Change08.12.2017 10:45
Germany has invested hundreds of billions to promote renewable energy sources. Yet emissions have been dropping slower than thought, because Germany is shutting down nuclear and is therefore depending more on its coal power.