Project & Construction Site

Hanhikivi 1 project brings more work in the home region

When time working at an ore mine proved short, Veljekset Kellola Oy from Raahe expanded its excavating business to cover the whole of Finland. The Hanhikivi 1 project has provided the family-owned company work in its home region.

Energy & Climate Change

How much Finland needs electricity?

Our society uses electricity all the time. How should it be produced to ensure a reliable electricity supply for today and tomorrow?

Project & Construction Site

Five interesting facts about the construction site open house event

The attendance record was broken yet again at the open house event of the Hanhikivi 1 project construction site. On a Saturday in September, 3,900 people visited the construction site. To celebrate the fifth open house event, we listed five facts about...

Project & Construction Site

Project & Construction Site

Environmental work on land, water and air

All of the parties active at the Hanhikivi 1 construction site have committed to responsible environmental work throughout the nuclear power plant project.

Project & Construction Site

Creating better processes for the nuclear industry

In the KELPO project, parties active in the nuclear industry are working in cooperation with the Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) to find ways to update operating methods.

Project & Construction Site

Responsibly at the construction site

In addition to nuclear safety, occupational health and safety is one of the most important issues at the Hanhikivi 1 construction site. Construction site employee representatives Jouni Karekivi and Mikko Lehtelä also consider themselves attitude educators...

Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood

Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood

Pedigree cattle protects seashore nature

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.

Pyhäjoki & Neighbourhood

In deep water all year round

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.

Energy & Climate Change

Energy & Climate Change

When climate change ate your skiing track

Ismo Hämäläinen, new Executive Director of the Finnish Ski Association, believes in the future of snow sports – provided that expertise and the conditions are kept up to scratch.

Energy & Climate Change

At the heart of the network

It is possible that there has never been such a brisk leader in the nuclear industry. Marjut Vähänen, the new director of the FinNuclear Association, has three degrees and drives a red Jaguar. She encourages Finnish companies to take the plunge into the...

Energy & Climate Change

Do we only have a dozen years to stop climate change?

Climate-anxiety spreads, but are we too late to do anything? The numbers and trends regarding climate seem stark, even paralyzing, but the most important thing is to keep a cool head and act with purpose.

Fenno People

Fenno People

Hanhikivi 1: Towards a shared goal

Fennovoima’s international team comprises hundreds of experts. They all have the same goal: production of environmentally friendly, reliable, and steady electricity.

Fenno People

To Pyhäjoki to work

Fennovoima’s operations and employees will be transferred to Pyhäjoki in stages as the Hanhikivi 1 project proceeds. Most of the employees will come once the administration building is completed in 2021.

Fenno People

Positive energy

Jouni Takakarhu and Mikko Virtanen bring added strength to Fennovoima's Management Team. The appointments are part of the organizational change.