The daily brief: 29 August 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Reactive Technologies, Metsä Wood, Neste and Yonoton make headlines.
Five for Friday: World Circular Economy Forum
The third annual World Circular Economy Forum took place in Helsinki this week. Check out these five companies that are closing the loop on sustainable solutions.
Endeas to supply solar technology manufacturer
Finnish company Endeas will deliver QuickSun all-in-one photovoltaic (PV) module testing stations for a major new PV module factory.
Wello looks to harness wave energy in India
Finnish wave energy company Wello has signed a letter of intent with Ixin Group for two wave energy parks off the coast of India.
Reka Cables ensures energy transfer in Norway
Finnish cable manufacturer Reka Cables has signed a deal to provide Norwegian construction company Linka AS with 210 kilometres of cable for three wind parks in Norway.
Savosolar enters Chinese market
Finnish solar thermal systems supplier Savosolar has gained access to the Chinese market through a partnership with local company Jingsu Holly Corp.
Favourable wind energy conditions draw German companies to Finland
German asset manager Luxcara has taken the helm of the Northern Ostrobothnian wind power project Välikangas, after purchasing the project from fellow German renewable energy company ABO Wind.
Taaleri and Masdar team up for renewables projects
Taaleri Energia is establishing a joint venture with Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) for the development of renewable energy projects in Central and Eastern Europe.
VTT finds use for forestry byproducts in transport
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed a sustainable solution to turn biomass waste from forestry into heat, biofuels and chemicals.
Savosolar signs MOU in China
Finnish solar thermal systems provider Savosolar has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Guangzhou Power Supply (GZPS).