All roads lead to smart mobility
Finnish companies are helping the world to overtake the traditional and accelerate into a new era of mobility with safe, efficient and sustainable transport design.
Aalto and Fortum to build emission-free premises
Fortum and Aalto University have joined forces to turn a 10-building block owned by the university emissions-free and virtually self-sufficient with an energy solution that is unprecedented on the world stage.
DAILY BRIEF: World-changing ideas, acquisitions, health and high technology, science and research
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Fortum, Turku Bioscience Centre, Optofidelity, VideoVisit and Reaktor make headlines.
DAILY BRIEF: Shipbuilding, climate science, industry and games
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Rauma Marine Constructions, University of Helsinki, Wärtsilä and Psyon Games make headlines.
DAILY BRIEF: 5G testing, maritime digitalisation, easing power shortages and a partnership
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Nokia, Wärtsilä and ThingLink make headlines.
Finnish cleantech trio saluted on global list
Bamomas, Carbo Culture and Infinited Fiber Company have been recognised on Cleantech Group’s list of transformative cleantech companies.
RMK adds a touch of sci-fi to e-motorbike design
New Finnish motorbike manufacturer RMK has raised one million euros to redefine electric motorbike design.
eChargie electrifies e-vehicle charging business
To motivate people to buy electric vehicles, you need to make charging readily available and hassle-free. Finnish startup eChargie has made this its mission.
Google invests additional EUR 600 million in Finland, signs wind power purchase deals
Technology giant Google has announced it will invest 600 million euros in the Hamina data centre and an undisclosed amount in two Finnish wind power projects with a total capacity of 250 megawatts.
Teraloop secures EUR 2.4 million grant
Finnish startup Teraloop has secured an EU Horizon 2020 grant of 2.4 million euros for its energy storage technology pilot.