Fennovoima’s project director Minna Forsström will move on to new challenges. Forsström leaves the company in good spirits. She does not want to talk about her next career step yet.
In his work, Petter Härkönen, Fennovoima’s Senior Program Development Manager, is pleading the case of Finland and the environment.
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 the neighboring areas.
Fennonen has been renewed. Heidi Laikari, editor-in-chief, tells about the online magazine reform in her blog.
Fennovoima’s IT Manager Kimmo Pohjola feels at home both in front of a computer and with a parachute on his back.
After ten years at Fennovoima, Communications Director Maira Kettunen, has decided to move on to new challenges. She will leave the company at the end of September. It’s too early to talk about the next step in her career.
Fennovoima’s Nuclear Safety Director Janne Liuko talks about his passion for VVER technology, his career path and his support of nuclear power.
Fennovoima has a team of 14 people who focus on matters such as ensuring efficient operation and maintenance of the Hanhikivi 1 power plant.
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.
The Hanhikivi 1 construction site is attracting new people to Pyhäjoki and its neighboring municipalities. Inkeri Kerola writes a blog about how the region is preparing for the new residents.
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”.
Construction of a nuclear power plant also includes training, says Fennovoima’s Training Specialist Heidi Kauppila. Fennovoima’s cooperation with educational institutions is focused on Northern Finland.
Maria Ulyanova is a Russian project manager who got opportunity to choose between some very different countries when selecting her next assignment. There were three alternatives: Egypt, Hungary and Finland. She chose Finland, and we asked her why.
Fennovoima campaigns fo nuclear power and new energy in Finland.
They say that everything that can be digitalized, will be digitalized. At least within the Finnish Energy Industries Association (Finnish Energy), this change has been acknowledged. Digitalization is rapidly changing its members’ business.