Merus Power brings reliability to healthcare processes
Finnish power quality solutions provider Merus Power has won orders to deliver power quality technology to ensure critical operations in hospitals in the UK and Middle East.
Finnish innovation creates advances in shipping
A new innovation developed by ABB Finland reduces fuel consumption and environmental load in shipping.
Nocart supplies power plants to Africa
Finnish Nocart has made delivery contracts of three distributed power plants to Africa. Two plants will be delivered in Malawi and one in Nigeria.
AW-Energy and ENAL ink MOU for Americas’ first wavefarm
Finnish wave energy technology developer AW-Energy and Mexican renewable energy developer ENAL have signed a memorandum of understanding.
Wärtsilä supplies power plant to Michigan
Wärtsilä will supply a 50 MW Smart Power Generation power plant to Marquette Board of Light and Power (MBLP) in Michigan, USA.
Pöyry wins assignments for Thai power plant trio
Finnish company Pöyry has been awarded significant owner’s engineer services assignments from B.Grimm Power Limited in Thailand.
Wärtsilä delivers industrial power plant to Kazakhstan
Wärtsilä, the Finnish supplier of power solutions for the marine and energy markets, will deliver a 40 MW industrial power plant to LLP Kazazot in Kazakhstan.
ABB Finland wins record order from United Arab Emirates
ABB Finland has been awarded an order of close to 30 million euros from Abu Dhabi. The order represents the largest transformer contract ever received by ABB’s transformer factory in Vaasa, Finland.
Savo-Solar takes the field with Danish company
Finnish solar thermal systems provider Savo-Solar has signed on the dotted line with Danish company Jelling Varmevaerk.
Fortum to charge Swedish property company
Swedish property company Vasakronan has chosen Finnish energy company Fortum’s Charge & Drive business system to operate their electric vehicle-charging infrastructure.
Electricity exported from Finland to Russia
Electricity was exported from Finland to Russia for the first time last Sunday. The export took place during 13 hours between 9am and 10pm at a capacity of 140 megawatts, with 320 megawatts for commercial use. The news was reported by Yle.