This piece is the second entry in the Comprehensively Sustainable blog. The blog discusses sustainability-target-driven business and is founded primarily on the observations made in my dissertation Conducting… Read more.
Outside of the beaten track, the autonomous community of Extremadura is located at a distance from major metropolia, halfway between Madrid and Lisbon. The sole flight connection to… Read more.
The price of electricity, gas, oil, district heating and other energy sources has risen to a record high as a result of the Russian invasion to Ukraine. In… Read more.
There are a lot of things happening in the world right now. In the energy industry, the hot topic is, of course, the green transition. There is a… Read more.
This blog entry offers the introduction to a series of articles on sustainability-target-driven business. Companies consider sustainability more important than ever before. However, they increasingly see the… Read more.
Is the building of industrial solar energy profitable in Finland? Is it very difficult? How do solar power plants influence the nature around them? And in which parts… Read more.
Industries, investors and technologies are ready to increase renewable energies – we only lack the guts, politically
These days everyone seems to be talking of the increasing of renewable energies and there seems to be a pan-European consensus that the changed geopolitical situation was the… Read more.
Career Story: Always on the move but staying true to a passion for renewable energy – Daniel Vargas’ international career path to Korkia
All my professional career I have been working in the field of renewable energy addressing climate change. After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering I ended up… Read more.
The climate clock is counting down – Pursuing perfection should not prevent quick adoption of good low-carbon energy solutions
In May the International Energy Agency (IEA) published its global net-zero roadmap to 2050. The IEA represents a conservative down-to-earth mentality, so in general no radical openings are… Read more.