The present government of Finland has set as its target 250,000 electric cars and chargeable hybrids by 2030. What does an increase in the number of electric cars mean for the electricity system and market, analyzes Mikko Heikkilä, expert in the Fingrid market function. PUBLISHED 21.11.2018
The energy transformation is increasingly visible in our daily lives. Electricity is being produced in a more decentralised manner in smaller units. Research and development play an important role in terms of implementing this
major change in the power system in a controlled manner, writes Senior Vice President Asta Sihvonen-Punkka. PUBLISHED 17.9.2018.
As a transmission system operator, Fingrid has a central role in powering Finland. During the past year 2017, we continued to develop the grid for the power system of the future, writes Fingrid's President and CEO Jukka Ruusunen. Take a look at the Annual Report: annualreport.fingrid.fi/en/
The world is changing and Fingrid has to change with it. Major change factors are the energy system revolution and changes taking place in society. Today’s Fingrid will not be enough for our customers in the future. PUBLISHED 23.11.2017
I have followed the revision of the Finnish Working Hours Act with great interest. The need for this reform is apparent and, therefore, it was quite unfortunate that the working group tasked with it never reached a conclusion, writes Tiina Miettinen, Fingrid's Senior Vice President, HR and communications, in her blog posting. PUBLISHED 19.9.2017