Working on occupational safetySafety supervisor ensures that the work on a transmission line worksite goes smoothly. "Foresight and planning are absolutely essential for safety. Employees need the correct equipment, information, and expertise to work safely," says Safety Supervisor Lauri Tolpanniemi.
Record-breaking wave of investment in substationsFingrid has more than a hundred substation projects in progress over two years, and the portfolio of projects underway is worth more than EUR 430 million. One key factor behind this boom is the green transition, which is taking Finland towards a carbon-neutral economy.
Sähköjärjestelmän markkinamalli on päivitettävä sopivaksi uusiutuviin perustuvan sähköntuotannon kanssa. Siirtyminen viidentoista minuutin kaupankäynti- ja taseselvitysjaksoon tapahtuu vaiheittain ensi vuoden toukokuusta alkaen. Varttiin siirtyminen on suuri ...
Fingrid pays attention to the needs of the environment in many ways, including when it maintains the transmission network, refurbishment substations and clears power line ...
For the power system, summer doesn’t just mean warm and gentle breezes. We asked Operational Development Manager Jonne Jäppinen to tell us about the challenges ...
Electricity imports from Russia have stopped. Finland is likely to become self-sufficient in electricity as soon as next year.
A high-voltage transformer in the main grid may contain as much as 100 tonnes of mineral oil, which is used as an electrical insulator and cooling medium. The environmental risks associated with transformer oils are very unlikely to be realised, but it is still necessary to make contingencies for them.
The disturbance in the electricity grid in Continental Europe last year showed how well pan-European collaboration can work.
Due to overload, Southeast Europe had too much energy, and Northwest Europe did not have enough. The situation was brought under control within half a minute and one hour later, the system was back to normal.