How do the BAT requirements steer industries towards becoming more sustainable?Article 2019-05-24
There are several reasons as to why industrial companies today choose to improve their energy and water management. One of the driving factors is new requirements aiming to reduce the harm caused by industries on the environment and the climate. These guidelines are gathered under the name BAT (Best Available Techniques) which means more uniform requirements on emissions from industries within the EU.
Tiit Hõbejõgi is the Energy Solutions Finance Director of the Year 2019News 2019-05-23
The Digital Business Magazine, Acquisition International (AI), is annually giving global awards in business-thematic categories. Tiit Hõbejõgi in Adven Estonia was nomimated as the winner of this year's European Energy Solutions Financial Manager prize.
S Group’s groceries logistics centre is being expanded furtherNews 2019-05-21
Finland’s largest building, S Group’s groceries logistics centre, is being expanded further. With more than half of the 200,000-square-meter building being refrigerated, this huge cold warehouse stores a third of Finland’s grocery products.
Skanssi starts up largest geoenergy solution for a shopping mall in EuropeNews 2019-05-09
A shopping centre in the Skanssi district of Turku will become almost entirely energy self-sufficient as of 9 May 2019, when it switches to geoenergy to heat and cool its premises. At the same time, the shopping centre’s carbon dioxide emissions will be cut by approximately 90 per cent. The geoenergy service is being implemented by Adven.
Tero Tuominen joins Adven as Chief Technology OfficerNews 2019-04-24
Tero Tuominen, M.Sc. (39), joins Adven as Chief Technology Officer in May 2019. Earlier, he has worked as a management consultant of technology strategies and in management consulting positions for over ten years at the Accenture’s strategy unit.
Kotkamills’ evaporation solution is being built with the plant in full production operationArticle 2019-04-05
What is reportedly one of the world’s most energy-efficient black liquor evaporation plants employing MVR technology is currently being built in Kotkamills’ pulp mill. Adven is overseeing the construction of the new evaporation plant as part of a two-phase project.
Adven supports the road map for a fossil free SwedenNews 2019-03-21
The heating sector has made great progress towards becoming fossil free, still 10% of Sweden’s greenhouse gas emissions comes from heating. Therefore, actors from the heating industry, including Adven, have committed to a road map to do our part towards a fossil free Sweden.
The circular economy minimises waste – savings and revenue from side streamsArticle 2019-03-18
Almost all industries produce side streams – raw materials, energy and chemicals – that go to waste after the manufacturing process. Today, these side streams can be harnessed for reuse or processed further into products than can be sold. What is the situation in your company?
Arctic Paper signs an agreement with Adven on sustainable energy supply for the paper mill in SwedenNews 2019-03-14
The European paper producer Arctic Paper has concluded a long-term agreement with energy partner Adven on sustainable energy supply to the paper mill in Munkedal.
Nammo Vihtavuori propellant plant cuts water consumption in half through closed water cyclesArticle 2019-03-06
Nammo Vihtavuori’s propellant plant has been using water from nearby lake Siikajärvi for cooling since the 1920s. Adven has implemented two closed water cycle projects for the plant, making it possible for the plant to cut its consumption of cooling water in half while at the same time achieving substantial energy savings.