In my opinion, Fingrid’s biggest corporate responsibility pledge for this decade is crystallised in our basic mission: Fingrid is tasked with ensuring that our society has reliable electricity under all circumstances and promoting a power system based on electricity generated without emitting carbon dioxide, says Marina Louhija, Fingrid's General Counsel.
The government’s programme includes clear targets for increasing the amount of wind power built on market terms, which will create the opportunity to improve Finland’s self-sufficiency in terms of electricity generation, writes Director Timo Kiiveri from Fingrid.
In principle, it should be simple to combat climate change, at least from the perspective of an electricity transmission system operator. We should make the power system clean and electrify everything we can, writes Fingrid's Senior Expert Mikko Heikkilä.
Market model team tests: Can artificial intelligence be used to predict Finland’s electricity consumption?
The purpose of this blog is to provide a brief overview of the world of machine learning and artificial intelligence, and for this purpose we tested how successful artificial intelligence is in predicting electricity consumption in Finland, writes Jarkko Tulensalo, Specialist at Strategic Grid Planning in Fingrid Oyj.