Finland to lead EU battery recycling research

It will cover the whole process starting from their collection and processing

Finnish facility develops carbon-negative district heat

The process uses pyrolysis to create biochar and capture carbon dioxide from the air

Finnish firms join forces for safe management of Chinese radioactive waste

Around 20 new reactors are expected to be added in the East Asian country by 2020

Finland flies towards low carbon aviation with first electric plane

The country’s aviation body hopes the aircraft will clean up airborne pollution and slash fuel costs

E.ON completes €3.8bn Uniper sale to Fortum

It follows approval from the European Commission and the Russian Antimonopoly Authority

German investment firm buys onshore wind farm in Finland

The purchase of the 14.4MW facility marks Aquila Capital’s first wind investment in the country

Finland and China collaborate on clean energy test platforms

They have invited international companies and research institutes to the facilities once they are built

Environmental lawyers in push to stop gas pipeline in Finland

The project will consist of two additional pipelines that could transport up to 55 billion cubic meters of natural gas from Russia to the EU

Finland’s Fortum to launch €8bn bid for E.ON’s Uniper

Finnish power utility Fortum is to launch an €8 billion (£7bn) takeover offer for E.ON’s Uniper. The bid for E.ON’s 46.65% interest amounts to €3.76 billion (£3.3bn). The total equity value of the offer is €8.05 billion (£7.05bn) for all outstanding shares of Uniper. The firms have signed an agreement, under which E.ON has the […]

E.ON in advanced talks over Uniper sale

German energy company E.ON has advanced negotiations over the sale of its stake in its fossil generation business Uniper. It said Finnish utility Fortum is planning to buy a 46.65% stake in the spin-off firm. The energy supplier added in a statement: “Fortum’s offer to all Uniper shareholders would comprise a cash consideration with a […]