Tag Archives: Finland

Switch’d Up

Finnish PM generator manufacturer teams with Yaskawa division PM generator manufacturer The Switch is now officially the Yaskawa Environmental Energy Division. With global responsibility in selected areas of wind, marine, and turbo/industry applications, the Helsinki, Finland-based company views the rebranding as a good foundation to continue focusing on its mission to electrify the world with […]

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Electric Food

Could renewable energy help solve world hunger? Finnish researchers have created a batch of single-cell protein that is nutritious enough to serve for dinner using a system powered by renewable energy. The entire process requires only electricity, water, carbon dioxide, and microbes. The synthetic food was created as part of the Food From Electricity project, which is […]

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Finnish’d Ferry

Century-old transport boat gets electric upgrade Finland’s oldest ferry, “The Fori”, is going electric. The Fori was born in 1904 as a steam-powered boat, then equipped with diesel engines in 1955. It is now being relaunched as the country’s first all-electric vessel, reports BBC news. Turku, a city of about 200,000 on Finland’s southern shore and […]

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