Google invests in Finnish wind energy
Technology company Google has signed long-term power purchase agreements to buy renewable energy from three new wind farms under development in Finland.
Neste fuels fossil-free movement in Dutch province
Neste’s renewable diesel was a major success at the Elfwegentocht event, in which citizens of Friesland, the Netherlands, aimed to travel fossil-free for two weeks.
VEO signs substantial wind power deal in Norway
Finnish energy technology company VEO will support a wind power project in the Rogaland county in south-west Norway, in one of the largest deals in the company’s history.
Fortum gives Norway a high-power charge
Fortum Charge & Drive, in cooperation with Reitan Convenience, has opened the first high-powered charging station in Norway in a push to complete the first high-power charging corridor between Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki by the end of 2018.
St1 launches bioethanol pilot project in Thailand
Finnish energy company St1 has completed the construction of a pilot plant in Thailand with local partner Ubon Bio Ethanol. There it will try out its Etanolix technology for the production of advanced ethanol from cassava waste for use as transport fuel.
Savo-Solar inks EUR 2 million deal
Finnish solar thermal systems provider Savo-Solar has signed a final delivery contract with newHeat SAS in France.
Peikko provides foundations for more Norwegian wind parks
Peikko Norge has received substantial orders for rock foundation technology to be implemented at two wind parks in Norway.
Wello’s wave energy converters roll into China
Finnish wave energy technology provider Wello has signed a contract with Chinese conglomerate CIMC OEI to introduce its wave energy converters to the Chinese market.
Taaleri lands first wind project in the US
Taaleri Energia, the energy branch of Taaleri Group, has acquired its first wind power project in the US, representing an approximately 350 million-US dollar investment in the US renewable power sector.
Finnish companies sustainable on a global scale
Finnish heavyweights Neste, Outotec, Kesko, Nokia and Wärtsilä have fared well in the Global 100 list of the world’s most sustainable companies.