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Finnish Energy Day
14.09.2016 Kiev, Ukraine
The Finnish Energy Club, the Finnish Ministry of Employment and the Economy and Finnish Energy Industries in collaboration with Grant Thornton LLC, PO “Energy Efficiency and Investment Association”, Municipal Energy and Development-Consulting company Garde have pleasure to invite You to take part in a Finnish Energy Day.
The Finnish Energy Day will showcase Finnish cutting edge technologies in energy sector. During the event all the participants will have an opportunity to get familiar with state-of-the-art technology. Due to Finland’s energy-intensive main industries, cold climate and long distances, Finland has invested in energy efficiency for decades and has achieved widely acknowledged results that can benefit also others.
The topics of the Finnish Energy Day will be:
- Presentation of Finnish Energy Operation Model which provides
- Most efficient and sustainable operation
- The lowest customer prices in Western Europe
- Highly profitable operation of energy utilities
- Good revenues to state through different energy taxes
- Very low emissions from energy production
- Finnish way of utilization of biofuels and renewables
Place: Conference Hall “Ukraine”, Hotel Ukraine, 4 Instytutskaya Str., Kiev, Ukraine.
Accommodation: For accommodation we recommend e.g. Hotel Ukraine, Kiev (http://www.ukraine-hotel.kiev.ua/en). Please note that each participant is responsible for his/her accommodation costs.
Travel: Please note that travel costs to and from Kiev will not be covered.
For registration and further information please contact:
Ms. Julia Knjazeva or Ms. Anastasia Moroz
(Russian, English, Finnish) (Ukrainian, Russian)
phone: +358 40 900 6904 phone: +380 98 612 32 81
You can register also online at https://www.svek.fi/events/finnish-energy-day-in-kiev-14-9-2016/registration/.
Looking forward to meeting you in Kiev!
Finnish Energy Club Finnish Energy Club
Managing Director Chairman
Esa Teppo Petri Vuorio
Finnish Energy Club
The Finnish Energy Club was established in 2010 in order to increase cooperation between Finland and other countries in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources. The Energy Club functions as a co-operative body between enterprises and public sector in Finland and other countries.