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New Managing director appointed for GNF

Mr. Ilkka Aaltio (D.Sc. (Tech.)) has been appointed as Managing director of Green Net Finland. Aaltio will start in the position in 1 January 2019. The current managing director Suvi Häkämies will leave Green Net Finland on 30 November and head into new challenges. From January onwards Ilkka can be reached at firstname.lastname@gnf.fi and by phone +358 [...]

Welcome to the BSR Electric -seminar on electromobility!

Towards electromobility in the Baltic Sea Region BSR electric Capacity Building Seminar Tuesday 20.3. 14.30-17.30 Arts Academy / Turku University of Applied Sciences Linnankatu 54-60, 20100 Turku, Finland We offer you an interesting afternoon with engaging keynote speeches about the different aspects of sustainable transport and electromobility. The seminar will be hosted by [...]

GNF moves to a new office

Green Net Finland is moving to a new office starting on 1 March 2018. Our new office is located in GE-building in Vallila, Helsinki! Our new address is Kuortaneenkatu 2, 00510 Helsinki.  When visiting us, just enter the GE-building and the reception will guide you to us. All our other contact info stays [...]

Green Net Finland’s members of board for 2018 elected!

Green Net Finland’s annual autumn meeting, held 23 November 2017 elected a new board for year 2018. The new board members, elected by the members of Green Net Finland for 2018 are: Jarmo Kontro, Eneron Oy, chairman (deputy member Mikael Rydström) Kimmo Viljamaa, City of Vantaa, vice chairman (deputy member Jose Valanta) Markku Makkonen, Fourdeg Oy (deputy member Sonja [...]

GNF’s main project reference list has been published also in English

Green Net Finland has over 15 years of experience in implementing high-quality development projects utilizing public and private funding. We are committed to preparing and implementing high-quality cleantech development projects and offering professional services related to project development and management. Our mission is to create outstanding development projects aiming at energy and resource efficient low-carbon urban [...]

Co2mmunity project website launched

Green Net Finland is a part of a consortium implementing new European INTERREG BSR funded development project "Co2mmunity". The project website is now launched at http://co2mmunity.eu/. What is community energy? Community energy (CE) projects offer enhanced production of renewable energies (RE) from local sources (wind, solar, biomass, hydropower, geothermal) through active participation of local communities. [...]

GNF’s two new projects selected to further boost Baltic Sea region

Green Net Finland is a partner in two project consortiums winning funding from the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme. The programme's Monitoring Committee met in Helsinki on 23-24 May 2017 to select project applications that will receive funding. As many as 39 projects were chosen in the thematic fields of capacity for innovation, [...]

Clean & Healthy Urban Environment for Citizens Seminar @ Astana World Expo

Green Net Finland, Finnish Water Forum and Helsinki Business Hub invite you to a seminar on Clean & Healthy Urban Environment for Citizens on 13 June 2017 at Astana World Expo, Finnish pavilion. PROGRAM 09:30-10:00 Registration and coffee 10:00-10:10 Mr. Ilkka Räisänen, Ambassador of the Embassy of Finland in Kazakhstan 10:10-10:25 The Ministry [...]

Green Net Finland’s new board for 2017 elected

Green Net Finland's annual autumn meeting, held 24 November 2016 elected a new board for year 2017. The members of the association confirmed that the board members for 2017 are: Jarmo Kontro, Eneron Oy, chairman (deputy member Mikael Rydström) Kimmo Viljamaa, City of Vantaa, vice chairman (deputy member Jose Valanta) Timo Tiainen, Ouman Oy (deputy member Matti [...]

Welcome to our new website!

We’re delighted to announce the launch of our new website! After several years of faithful service, we thought it was finally time to retire the old site and replace it with a modern and more advanced website. So what’s new? The whole visual identity of our organisation is new. We've used the acronym "GNF" for [...]