The EU is facing a new challenge

The EU’s integration is increasing through crises. This is happening once again with the war in Ukraine. The EU is facing a huge foreign and security policy crisis, a humanitarian crisis and an energy crisis. There will be many implications for food security, security of supply and the economy – we are not yet able […]

Finnish Energy to steer Nordic energy cooperation 2021-2023 – focus on well-functioning markets, infrastructure and enabling clean investment

The Nordic electricity sector organisations are joining forces to promote ambitious climate policy and well-functioning electricity and emissions markets in the Nordic countries and across Europe. Finnish Energy’s Presidency of Nordenergi is off to a flying start – we will get to work immediately to raise the Nordic voice in the European energy price debate […]

The Nordics will only reach carbon-neutrality with competitive and clean Nordic electricity

Today, Nordenergi is presenting a study on the opportunities and barriers of electrification in the Nordics, to contribute to the discussion on how Europe can become carbon-neutral by 2050. The power sector and increased electrification have a crucial role in delivering a decarbonised society.   The four Nordic markets: Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden, are […]

The Nordic countries to lead the way in electrification in Europe

Increased electrification will be a cornerstone in the battle against climate change, and the Nordic countries will lead the way by becoming the most electrified region in the world. This shall be done by developing the Nordic electricity market by ensuring that electricity production is climate-friendly, security of supply is high, and electricity prices are […]

Political leadership needed to secure enhanced Nordic energy cooperation

The Nordic Council of Ministers were on Tuesday given 14 clear recommendations for stronger Nordic energy cooperation. The electricity industry in the Nordic countries supports the report's recommendations on increased co-operation and development on energy.
  Former CEO of Nokia, Jorma Ollila, was in October 2015 asked to assess how the Nordic energy cooperation could strategically develop over the next five to 10 years. The Nordic electricity industry – represented by Nordenergi – have the following initial reactions to the report: “A clear Nordic vision for energy cooperation will empower […]