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Finnish innovation boosts battery recycling rate to over 80%

Finnish innovation boosts battery recycling rate to over 80%
  Electrification will rapidly increase the need for batteries. A new solution by Nordic clean energy company, Fortum makes over 80% of the EV battery recyclable, returns the scarce metals back into circulation and resolves the sustainability gap by reducing the need to mine cobalt, nickel, and other metals.
26th March 2019

Wireless fast-charging infrastructure for taxis

Wireless fast-charging infrastructure for taxis
The clean-energy company, Fortum, is in cooperation with the City of Oslo and the American company Momentum Dynamics to build a wireless fast-charging infrastructure for taxis in the Norwegian capital. The project aims to install wireless charging using induction technology. Charging plates are installed in the ground where the taxi is parked and a receiver is installed in the taxi.
25th March 2019

Taxi paid by pitching ideas that tackle climate change

Taxi paid by pitching ideas that tackle climate change
  Startups had a chance to pitch to clean energy company Fortum on a moving electric vehicle during the Finnish startup event Slush. With Pitchalong Shuttle, Fortum looked for partnerships with sustainable and innovative startups in order to find digital solutions for tackling climate change.
19th December 2018


Taxi paid by singing drove festival visitors in Finland

Taxi paid by singing drove festival visitors in Finland
Unveiled at a festival in Finland, the Fortum Singalong Shuttle is a taxi that only accepts singing as payment. The emission free electric car rides became a popular form of transport at Finnish Ruisrock festival.
19th July 2018

Charging corridor built between Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki

Charging corridor built between Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki
The first High-Power Charging (HPC) corridor will be built by Fortum Charge & Drive between Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki. The corridor provides charging possibilities for the upcoming models of long range, over 300km, electric vehicles with higher charging speeds. In practice, it means that electric models expected to be on the market by early 2018 will be able to drive from Helsinki to Oslo in the same time as with a conventional car.
3rd March 2017


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