Merus Power secured the operational reliability of two of the UK’s leading food processing plants

Merus Power secured the operational reliability of two of the UK’s leading food processing plants

Jun 27, 2017
Energy & resource efficiency
Energy production & distribution

The successful commissioning of Merus active harmonic filters has been completed in two of the leading food and beverage plants in UK. The first deliveries of Merus active harmonic filters were installed in a large sugar manufacturing facility and the second delivery was made to a whisky manufacturing plant.

Food and Beverage plants seek to avoid the unexpected breakdown of machinery, achieve higher process reliability and provide a longer service lifetime for equipment as well as a simultaneous improvement in power quality. This is precisely what our active harmonic filters have been employed for in these two food processing plants. The post-commissioning reports from both plants confirms that performance of our active harmonic filters has successfully met the customer requirements, says Adnan Zia, Area Sales Manager, Merus Power.

The food and beverage industry currently faces several challenges, including fluctuating consumer demand, rising operational costs and tightening environmental regulations. To address these challenges, the industry has evolved to incorporate a greater use of power electronics, automation and information management systems. However, the use of modern technology demands excellent power quality in order to ensure reliable plant operations.

Merus Power can fulfil that need through the delivery of active harmonic filters or Uninterrupted Power Quality (UPQ) solutions that reliably address power quality problems. These solutions are capable of solving a number of power quality issues – for example power outages, voltage sags, harmonic distortions and load unbalancing – leading to improved operational reliability.

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Waste Management Fact Finding trip to Moscow 21.9.2017

Waste Management Fact Finding trip to Moscow 21.9.2017

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The Finnish Russian Chamber of Commerce and the Embassy of Finland organize a fact finding trip to Moscow on 21.9.2017.


The Focus of the trip is in waste management. The fact finding trip offers possibilities to understand the business opportunity
and to network with city officials and local companies.


More information (in Finnish) and contacts as well as registration here http://www.svkk.fi/tapahtumat/cleantech-fact-finding-matka-moskovaan-21-9-2017-2/

Sep 21st - Sep 21st, 2017

Moscow

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​Finland is ranked the world’s 2nd most innovative cleantech country

​Finland is ranked the world’s 2nd most innovative cleantech country

Jun 13, 2017
Energy & resource efficiency
Renewables & smart grid
Bioenergy & biofuels

Finland is ranked as a world leading cleantech country in the 2017 Global Innovation Index. Finland retains 2nd place from 2014 in Cleantech Group and WWF's prestigious ranking of the most innovative cleantech countries. Overall Nordic countries dominate the 2017 Index, with Finland landing in between the leader Denmark and 3rd placed Sweden. 

Time and again Finland has proven to be one of the most innovative countries in the world. Finland was ranked 5th in the 2016 Global Innovation Index and 3rd in 2016 European Innovation Scoreboard while the new Global Innovation Index shows that Finland truly is a world leader in cleantech innovation. Finland was also selected as the greenest coutry in the world in 2016

Finland scores high in cleantech R&D and funding

One of Finland’s innovation cornerstones has been the country’s focus on R&D, which is also highlighted among key factors in the 2017 Index. Other Finnish strong points in the Index include Finland’s booming cleantech startup scene, the availability of funding, amount of renewable energy jobs, and M&A activity. 

Conversely, Finland has still ground to cover in attracting renewable energy investments while also cleantech imports and exports have a relatively low score.

2017 Global Innovation Index top 10 (2014 ranking)

1. Denmark (5)
2. Finland (2)
3. Sweden (4)
4. Canada (7)
5. USA (3)
6. Israel (1)
7. UK (6)
8. Germany (9)
9. Norway (14)
10. Switzerland (8) 

Source: Cleantech Group

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Vaisala strikes lightning data deal to protect wind energy farms in North America

Vaisala strikes lightning data deal to protect wind energy farms in North America

Apr 5, 2016
Cleanweb & IoT
Renewables & smart grid
Wind energy

Vaisala, a global leader in environmental and industrial measurement, has signed a 3-year contract with leading independent power company, Pattern Energy Group Inc. (Pattern Energy), to supply access to historical and real-time lightning data for ten wind farms in North America. 

The data will be used by Pattern Energy, which operates an expanding portfolio of wind energy projects in the lightning-prone central U.S. and Canada between Texas and Ontario, to optimise blade inspection and repair programs and combat one of the most common causes of turbine downtime in the wind energy industry.

During the 3-year contract signed with Vaisala, Pattern Energy will benefit from access to the Fault Analysis Lightning Location System (FALLS), a unique tool that allows utilities and project operators to overlay the locations of project infrastructure with correlating lightning activity on an interactive map.

The system, which makes use of real-time data from Vaisala's unmatched North American Lightning Detection Network (NALDN), will allow Pattern Energy to pinpoint the location of recent and historic lightning strikes at its sites in order to determine exactly which turbines have been affected and the extent of the damage.

In doing so, Pattern Energy will not only be able to spot blade damage early, mitigating the risk of further and more severe damage in the long-term, but also reduce inspection and repair costs, while keeping project downtime to a minimum. Ultimately, this information will also enable Pattern Energy to start modeling and anticipating future damage, with applications for optimising both existing O&M efforts and potentially even site design.

"For Pattern Energy, it's certainly a case of 'looking back to move forward. By conducting a thorough assessment of historic cases using Vaisala's extensive database of lightning activity, Pattern Energy's operations team is setting a new standard for the mitigation of lightning risks," says Remus Zaharescu, Global Manager of Energy Sales at Vaisala.

"While there is no way to eliminate the risk of lightning, FALLS has helped us look back and quickly assess turbine damage, enabling us to determine whether lightning truly caused damage and exactly when that damage occurred. This saves a great deal of time and effort when it comes to blade inspections as well as huge costs," Ben Rice, Operations Engineering Manager at Pattern Energy, says.

"The repair cost for a blade is tens of thousands of dollars, while replacement is in the hundreds of thousands. By comparison, the annual cost for Vaisala's data across our entire wind fleet is a small fraction of what we would spend to replace a single blade replacement so it clearly pays for itself and is well worth the investment."

Vaisala FALLS is used by 80% of the top revenue-generating utilities in the United States. It is also incorporated into the operations of electric utilities in 15 countries worldwide. The NALDN lightning network in the United States and Canada is complemented by Vaisala's GLD360 Global Lightning Dataset, a service that provides real-time lightning data for accurate and early detection of severe weather worldwide.

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Vaisala

Wind energy


Ceraheat

Ceraheat Oy is a Finnish high-tech company specialised in development, manufacture, and marketing of high-quality products based on the unique Ceraheat® technology. Ceraheat Oy was founded in 2006; we make use of the owner s three decades-long research work and experience.

The company s philosophy is centered on manufacture of progressive, ecological, safe, and energy- saving products. The product s life cycle and environmental aspects are considered already at the development stage. Ceraheat Oy closely co-operates with Finnish universities and professional associations. Ceraheat Oy is a member of Photonics Finland association.

Essentials

Clients

Building contractors and individual people 

Main markets

Finland and Canada (USA)

 


Konecranes

Konecranes is a world-leading group of Lifting Businesses™, serving a broad range of customers, including manufacturing and process industries, shipyards, ports and terminals. Konecranes provides productivity enhancing lifting solutions as well as services for lifting equipment of all makes. In 2016, Group (comparable combined company) sales totaled EUR 3,278 million. The Group has 17,000 employees at 600 locations in 50 countries. Konecranes class A shares are listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki (symbol: KCR).

Essentials

Clients

Manufacturing and process industries, shipyards, ports and terminals

Key markets

Europe, USA and Asia.

Key figures

Turnover: EUR 2 118 million (2016)
Employees: 17 000 (2016)


High-Performance Buildings B2B Roadshow in Warsaw

High-Performance Buildings B2B Roadshow in Warsaw

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High-performance buildings
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Finpro Organizes a High-Performance Buildings B2B Roadshow in Warsaw, Poland on June 20th - 21st.

Trend for energy efficiency, integrated building automation systems and other smart solutions are very much present in Poland's office building market already. The trend is emerging also in residential construction.

Polish investors and clients are searching for convenience, lower maintenance costs and technology use in everyday life. There is an increasing awareness of the benefits of the smart construction solutions.
In addition, energy efficiency and air quality issues are becoming more and more important. 

The energy efficiency is a question that is vital for both new buildings and retrofitting of the older buildings as well. 

Finpro supports Finnish companies in taking advantage of the opportunities abroad. In June, a B2B roadshow will be organized in Warsaw on June 20th - 21st.

The roadshow in Poland aims at door opening and creating relationships with the major players on the Polish construction market. We focus on the important players of the value chain like developers, architects and construction companies representatives in order to learn, set up the first contact and promote Finnish know-how. Participants will have an opportunity to meet: 

YIT - first Finnish developer that entered into Poland; currently working on two residential projects in Warsaw

Skanska - active in Poland as general contractor, office space developer and residential developer. Skanska puts sustainable and green construction high on their agenda. In office development segment Skanska is focusing on Warsaw  and other 5 major Polish business cities  

Warbud - one of the largest construction companies in Poland, acting as general contractor in all types on construction projects. Company employs 1000 people and has net sales of over  EUR mn 220

HB Reavies - company offering integrated development services covering all stages of investment process active in office and commercial segment. The developer originates from Slovakia and works actively in Central Europe countries' markets. Well-being at work and innovative working environment is in focus in their buildings

Architects - the specialists representing the major Polish design offices, interested in high-performance buildings idea, energy efficiency issues and innovative solutions

Service providers working with enterprises that enter the Polish market (lawyers, accountants, business consultants, HR and payroll companies)

Association of Green Buildings in Poland - a non-profit organization dedicated to promote sustainable design, construction and operations; which has in its mission reinforcing the foundations of the green building movement in Poland. See website here

We are organizing an info session regarding the roadshow in Team Finland House (Porkkalankatu 1, Helsinki) on May 17th at 12:00.  If you are interested in participating the roadshow, please sign up for the info session no later than Friday, May 5th.  Participation in the info session is non-binding.

SIGN-UP FOR THE INFO SESSION HERE
 

Questions and inquiries? Please do not hesitate to contact:

Petri Lintumäki, Program Manager, Finpro
+358 40 343 3299Call: +358 40 343 3299
petri.lintumaki@finpro.fi
 
Zofia Stelmaszczyk, Senior Advisor, Finpro Warsaw
+48 601 985 202Call: +48 601 985 202
zofia.stelmaszczyk@finpro.fi

Jun 20th - Jun 21st, 2017

Warsaw

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Neste’s new environmental gaming platform launched globally in San Francisco school

Neste’s new environmental gaming platform launched globally in San Francisco school

Apr 28, 2017
Energy & resource efficiency
Smart transport & logistics

If the environment were a game, would we win?

New gaming platform, EduCycle, uses augmented reality (AR), designed and build by Neste, sets out to teach children about CO2 emissions. The game challenges children how to reduce their personal carbon footprint by simulating their energy, food and traffic choices in the game’s physical map board. Players can then see their choices come alive on the mobile app. Reducing the world's carbon dioxide emissions to the level specified in the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change is the challenge in the game.

Neste donated the first game to Lincoln High School in San Francisco. Representatives from the San Francisco Department of the Environment were also present. Heureka science center in Vantaa, Finland, will receive the game in April 2017. Similar organizations around the world have shown interest in the platform.

"San Francisco school students are some of our greatest environmental champions because they learn about the importance of protecting nature in the classroom," said Deborah Raphael, Director of the San Francisco Department of Environment.

"Activities that help our students better understand the impacts of climate change offer meaningful opportunities for students to dig deeper and think even bigger about how they might make a difference for their generation and generations to come."

"Now that the first version of the game is ready, we're keen to hand it over to an interested third party for further development," Jeremy Baines VP Sales, Neste North America said. "The idea is to ultimately make it available to as many children and young people as possible, in a way that is both easy and affordable."

The beta launch of EduCycle is the culmination of Neste's year-long Pre-order the Future initiative. It aims to generate discussion on responsible alternatives and to develop bold and innovative solutions for sustainable products and services together with the public. Neste experts worked together with TBWA  advertising agency and the spoken word artist and passionate environmentalist Prince EA.  

"I joined this project to create something that would be beneficial to the environment and the future," says Prince EA, who acted as the project's content creator. "EduCycle is an extremely innovative step towards a better future of learning and I'm excited to see what's in store for it."

The public also played an active role in developing the game's concept, and its prototype was tested by children both in Finland and in the U.S. The environmental science behind the game is based on research data by the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), while FAKE Oy, a Finnish digital animation and visual effects studio, is behind the game's programming and look.  

Neste's renewable diesel has been used to cut greenhouse gas emissions in several California cities, including San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek and San Diego, as well as the County of Sacramento, and for various public events, such as Super Bowl 50 in 2016. Additionally, renewable diesel is being used by corporations, such as UPS and Google.

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Source: Neste

 

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Neste

Bioenergy & biofuels


Neste Renewable Diesel helps San Diego switch to renewables

Neste Renewable Diesel helps San Diego switch to renewables

Nov 11, 2016
Renewables & smart grid
Bioenergy & biofuels

The City of San Diego in California has recently started using Neste Renewable Diesel in its vehicle fleet consisting of service trucks, refuse packers, dump trucks, construction equipment, and street sweepers, to name a few. By switching from conventional petroleum diesel to Neste Renewable Diesel, San Diego joins California's cleanest city fleets including San Francisco, Oakland, Walnut Creek, Carlsbad, and County of Sacramento.

"This change will make a major part of our fleet greener overnight, creating more environmentally-friendly vehicles that are cheaper to maintain," Mayor Kelvin L. Faulconer, City of San Diego, says. 

"Air quality is a significant concern in many cities around the world today. Neste offers a drop-in solution for instantly reducing traffic-related local emissions and improving local air quality," says Kaisa Hietala, Executive Vice President, Renewable Products at Neste. 

While the switch from petroleum diesel to waste and residue based Neste Renewable Diesel helps improve local air quality, its use additionally reduces San Diego diesel fleet's greenhouse gas emissions by up to 80%, contributing to the city's ambitious climate targets. Over 1,100 vehicles and equipment, representing approximately 25% of the city's fleet, run on Neste Renewable Diesel, and no performance issues have been reported.

"By transitioning to renewable diesel, we're significantly reducing the pollution caused by city vehicles that serve the public on a daily basis. We're leading by example and showing other cities how to make common-sense changes to improve the environment around us," Faulconer continues.

"Renewable diesel is going to help a significant portion of our fleet run much cleaner with less wear and tear on the engines compared to petroleum diesel," says Alia Khouri, the City's Fleet Operations Director.

Read more on how Neste Renewable Diesel helps cities and companies reach climate goals across California.

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Source: Neste

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Neste

Bioenergy & biofuels


KONE wins order for Neva Towers in Moscow, Russia

KONE wins order for Neva Towers in Moscow, Russia

Apr 28, 2017
Energy & resource efficiency
High-performance buildings

KONE has won an order for Neva Towers, a modern mixed-use development located on the Presnenskaya Embankment in the center of Moscow. The building houses residential and office space and will accommodate in total nearly 4000 daily guests and residents.


The two towers will be 289m and 337m high, and they will offer breath-taking views to the Moscow City district. The building podium is reserved for office space. The design and construction are being carried out in compliance with LEED standards.


To optimize the movement of people in the building, KONE is equipping the residential towers with KONE Destination Control System. The system uses artificial intelligence to learn and forecast the building's traffic flow resulting in increased elevator capacity and shorter journey times for passengers. Other solutions include 33 KONE MiniSpace® elevators traveling at the speed of up to 8m/s, and 18 KONE MonoSpace® elevators installed in the building podium which is reserved for office premises.


"With a population of over 12 million, Moscow is the world's northernmost megacity and the wealthiest metropolitan in the Russian Federation. We're proud to be part of the city's newest iconic architectural high-rise landmark," says Klaus Cawén, Executive Vice President, KONE.


Neva Towers is developed by Renaissance Development and built by Renaissance Construction. The building is designed by SPEECH, one of the leading architectural firms in Russia. The project is due for completion in 2020. Neva Towers represents the latest in modern city-living with the residential towers boasting facilities such as squash courts, music studio, panoramic pool in a rooftop garden, fitness centre, spa,  cinema, and a virtual golf course, all private.


The order was booked in the first quarter of 2017.


Image: Kone
Source: Kone

Companies in the sector

KONE

High-performance buildings


KONE wins order for twin tower complex, Indonesia1 in Jakarta, Indonesia

KONE wins order for twin tower complex, Indonesia1 in Jakarta, Indonesia

Apr 28, 2017
Energy & resource efficiency
High-performance buildings

KONE, a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, has won an order to supply 76 elevators and escalators to Indonesia1, a premium integrated mixed-use development located in the Central Business District of Jakarta, Indonesia.


With 58 floors and 278 meters in height, the twin tower complex is set to be one of the tallest buildings in Indonesia. Indonesia1 boasts a gross floor area of 204,000 square meters and comprises of mainly offices, serviced apartments and commercial space within the twin towers.


KONE will install 44 KONE MiniSpace® elevators, 14 KONE S MonoSpace® elevators, 18 KONE TravelMaster110 escalators and KONE Destination control system to Indonesia1. The elevators can reach a maximum travel speeds up to 8m/s. All equipment will be connected to KONE E-LinkTM monitoring system, providing real-time monitoring information and statistical performance reports.


"We are very happy to be part of this premium development. We believe KONE solutions will contribute towards a smooth and delightful people flow experience for everyone at Indonesia1", says Axel Berkling, Executive Vice President for KONE Asia Pacific.

Indonesia1 is developed by PT. China Sonangol Media Investment and is scheduled for completion in 2019.


The order was booked in the last quarter of 2016.

 

Image: Kone

Source: Kone

Companies in the sector

KONE

High-performance buildings


Moventas certified by Achilles

Moventas certified by Achilles

Mar 27, 2017
Renewables & smart grid
Wind energy

Moventas has been certified for wind turbine gearbox supply and repairs in Europe by Achilles. Achilles is a leading provider of supplier risk management services and it aims to identify, evaluate and pre-qualify suppliers on behalf of the main players in the wind industry.

Certification audit was carried out independently by Achilles South Europe and it provides stringent assurances especially focused on demonstrable compliance with requirements concerning safety, health, quality and the environment. The certification allows Moventas to demonstrate its ability to meet the requirements for the wind turbine gearbox supply and repairs.

“Moventas underwent a rigorous pre-qualification exercise before being awarded Achilles supplier status. We are pleased to announce that Moventas continues being certified by Achilles”, says Pedro Figueiras, Moventas Senior Vice President.

 

Achilles certification is valid until January 2018.


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Source: Moventas

Companies in the sector

Moventas

Wind energy


Finns team up with Chinese in winter sports

Finns team up with Chinese in winter sports

Oct 26, 2016
Energy & resource efficiency
Air quality
High-performance buildings

Finnish expertise helps China to unfold all its potential in the snowy fields of winter sports.

In China, following the nomination of Beijing as the host city of the 2022 Winter Olympics, the icy and snowy elements of sports have gained a serious boost in popularity. For example, the Chinese government is hoping for 300 million Chinese citizens to have a hobby in winter sports, before the Olympic torch arrives in Beijing. In addition, there is an official target to build up to 2000 new ice hockey arenas and halls within the same schedule.

As the plans in China are somewhat ambitious, the Finpro-managed Team Finland growth program Beautiful Beijing is connecting Finnish knowledge with Chinese aspirations.

"I believe in these opportunities around winter sports. We have various solutions, technologies and knowledge to entrench the Chinese footing in winter sports," says Mika Finska, Program Director of Beautiful Beijing growth program.

Historically, Finland is one of the most distinguished powerhouses in winter sports, but the Nordic winter-expertise is not only limited to sports performance, as multitude of Finnish companies offer various technologies and solutions for winter sports usage: Among others, the likes of ice hockey rinks, indoor ski tunnels and multipurpose arenas demonstrate the Finnish world-class know-how in the sports related business.

Hockey, of course

Complementing the Finnish winter sports competences is obviously ice hockey. In Finland, there hardly is a sport as popular as the one with ice, skates and a puck.

While Finns have lately had their fair share of ice hockey success, the beauty of hockey is also gaining popularity in China. Just recently, the 2016–2017 Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) season started with the addition of a Beijing-based club Kunlun Red Star.

Finns are actively helping China to further its expertise in terms of hockey. For instance, Helsinki-based KHL team Jokerit has been arranging ice hockey coaching and training services for Chinese players, teams and coaches. Moreover, Jokerit sent its own juniors to showcase their talent in China during the last summer.

The positive results of the collaboration are already cooking up.

"We build bridges between Finnish companies and international partners. So far, the cooperation has opened new business opportunities for our collaborates," comments Jukka Kohonen, CEO of Jokerit.

Next steps: business opportunities and business events with Beijing Winter Olympics and ice hockey

There are various lucrative business opportunities for Finnish cleantech companies in Chinese winter sports markets. Finpro managed Cleantech Finland program organizes various activities in Beijing for Finnish companies in collaboration with Jokerit HC and Helsinki Business Hub in January 2017. Also, 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games is looking for a Finnish architect company to design a Winter Sports Center in the Zhangjiakou area.

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Ledistys

Ledistys is a Finnish cleantech company specialized in manufacturing cost-efficient and long-term LED-lighting solutions for various industries. Our own manufacturing process started in 2015 and today we have 100% focus on manufacturing and developing our own luminaires. Due to domestic production, we are able to design and optimize perfect lighting solutions for each individual customer. We already have hundreds of satisfied customers all over Finland and also in Sweden, Estonia and Mexico.

Essentials

Clients

Agriculture, Construction, Logistics, Engineering companies, Electrical contractors, Retailers/Distributors, real-estates. Basically any industry that requires indoor lighting in spaces with the heights between 2 and 20 meters.

Main markets 

Finland/Domestic, Sweden, Estonia, in the future Central Europe.

Key figures

Turnover : 06/2016: 800 000€  
Growth:  38% from previous year (2015/2016)
Share of exports : Less than 5% of turnover
Employees: 14 (12/2016)


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