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Green Electrification 2035 – taking Finland to carbon neutrality

Finland's goal is to be a pioneering carbon-neutral country by 2035, which means it must foster a massive growth in the share of renewable energy. As both a major challenge and a great opportunity for Finland, the green transformation represents a remarkable change that transcends many areas.

The Green Electrification 2035 program will play a key role in making Finland carbon neutral and the solutions developed under the program will enable the rapid growth of renewable electricity usage.

 


Focus areas

These solutions are being sought in five different focus areas, covering the hydrogen sector, energy networks, industry, transport, and cities.



"Managing the new energy system,
based on sectoral integration,
will be a key factor in a carbon-neutral society
based on green electricity."


Simo Säynevirta, Program Manager, ABB



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ABB is the leading company of the Green Electrification 2035 program, which aims to find solutions that enable rapidly growing use of renewable energy. The solutions are created in ecosystems that include research organizations as well as companies.

The five focus areas of the program are power-to-X; resilient energy networks; climate-neutral industries; smart, sustainable cities and carbon-neutral logistics. The five-year program has received funding from Business Finland.