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 2022. Meanwhile at the Hanhikivi 1 site, preparing work is done: support building and infrastructures.
Year 2020 report
Fennovoima's report describes the Hanhikivi 1 project progress and the sustainability work Fennovoima has carried out.
Part of the solution
You have an opportunity to make a difference in a unique project that is the largest single investment in Finland.
Topical at Hanhikivi 1
Premises for Fennovoima’s Visitor Center found at the Pyhäjoki House
Fennovoima and the municipality of Pyhäjoki signed a lease agreement for the Visitor Center on August 24.
The Coronavirus situation of the Hanhikivi peninsula
In this construction site announcement, you can find information about the Coronavirus situation of the Hanhikivi peninsula. The announcement will be updated when necessary.
University traineeship led to a job with Hanhikivi 1 project
Hanhikivi 1 project offers job opportunities for students and people who are just starting with their careers. For Jesse Hakala and Tommi Kujala, a summer job and the writing of a thesis paved the way to a permanent job in the nuclear industry.
Hanhikivi 1 is one of the first facilities where preparations are made for physical protection measures to ensure the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons as comprehensively as possible already during the plant’s design phase.
Hanhikivi 1: multicultural megaproject
In his work, Petter Härkönen, Fennovoima’s Senior Program Development Manager, is pleading the case of Finland and the environment.
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