Hanhikivi 1 will generate new energy for Finland
Hanhikivi 1 project is in the licensing stage. Our goal is to get the construction license for the nuclear power plant by 2021. Meanwhile at the Hanhikivi 1 site, preparing work is done: support building and infrastructures.
Year 2019 report
In our report, we describe the project progress and the sustainability work we have carried out.
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One person diagnosed with COVID-19
One person has been diagnosed with a coronavirus infection in the accommodation village on the Hanhikivi peninsula.
Video: Fennovoima’s CEO Joachim Specht gives exclusive interview
Watch the video to discover German engineer’s passion for the nuclear and his first impressions in the Hanhikivi 1 project.
Uranium is the cheat code for the universe
In the coming decades, a single uranium pellet can power a lifetime of electric vehicles.
The Coronavirus is tamed in the Accommodation village of the Hanhikivi peninsula
Hanhikivi 1 site has saved from the infection clusters. The arrangements in the Accommodation village play a big role in preventing the corona virus to spread.
I&C in Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant
The Instrumentation and Control system of a nuclear power plant, including the control room and the people working therein, is often referred to as the brain of the nuclear power plant. I&C that monitors and controls the nuclear reactor and balances the...
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