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Malkamäki: The EU should make clean hydrogen forms equal – and learn from the IRA of the USA

“We must shift our focus away from discussing green, blue and turquoise hydrogen (H₂) and instead concentrate on the full greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions lifecycle of hydrogen production. In the United States, the technology-neutral approach to hydrogen yields more fruit than the approach used in Europe”, writes Aurelia Turbines CEO Matti Malkamäki in his latest article on LinkedIn. Despite some p…
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500 million hydrogen plant in Kokkola is just a baby step – Malkamäki’s five responses on Yle shed light on why hydrogen is important and for whom

Flexens, a company based in Åland, plans to build a 300 megawatt hydrogen plant in Kokkola, Finland, which will produce hydrogen by electrolysis and further process it into green ammonia. The project has an investment cost of EUR 500 million. “This is the largest green hydrogen project in Finland so far, and it is large even by European standards," says Timo Ritonummi, Industry Counsellor at th…
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Methane can take us to a carbon-negative hydrogen economy

"Methane – CH₄, the main component of natural gas – might be the key to the success of the hydrogen economy", writes Matti Malkamäki, the CEO of Aurelia Turbines. "There are enormous challenges in hydrogen transportation and storage that can be solved by the methanation of renewable hydrogen using captured carbon dioxide. In the best case, we can create new carbon sinks and convert many industries…
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Russian gas policy speeds up hydrogen projects

In the story published by the Finnish broadcasting company, YLE, Mikhail Krutihin, energy market expert at RusEnergy, a Russian energy company, says that Russia is now using three methods of blackmail to get concessions from the EU on Ukrainian policy and sanctions. Instead, the result may be the opposite of what Russia would like: The EU will only accelerate its transition away from fossil energy…
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Aurelia at European Hydrogen Investment Summit

Matti Malkamäki presented Aurelia Turbines at the European Hydrogen Investment Summit in Antwerp, Belgium in 21-22 June. Aurelia Turbines was considered to be one of the 60 of the most impactful Hydrogen Projects by the TechTour jury. The Summit is designed to help projects developing tech solutions in the several sectors of hydrogen business. The Summit was part of the European Hydrogen Financin…
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Aurelia meeting the Dutch hydrogen mission

Aurelia Turbines CEO Matti Malkamäki chaired "Hydrogen & CCU discussion group" for the hydrogen innovation mission from Groningen, the Netherlands in Vaasa, Finland, on 19 May. The #Gromeetsnordics had arrived in Sweden and Finland to connect with industrial stakeholders, academia and other possible partners around topics such as energy, mobility and human capital. “It was noted that there is…
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Come discuss with Aurelia CEO Matti Malkamäki at the Northern Power event

The North is rich in clean and renewable energy for sustainable mobility. The Oulu region has the opportunity to profile itself as a pioneer in sustainable mobility. The Northern Power event in Oulu, Finland, on 22 March 2023, will open up the potential of the hydrogen economy to businesses and decision-makers, focusing on the use of hydrogen in mobility and logistics. In the event, Aurelia Turbi…
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Matti Malkamäki in Kauppalehti: Finland should build hydrogen economy like Sweden does

Finland should work to build similar hydrogen industry like Sweden does at the moment, write Helena Sarén from Business Finland and Matti Malkamäki, the CEO of Aurelia Turbines in their opinion piece in Kauppalehti, the leading business daily of Finland. “Sweden is currently building a large hydrogen industry in northern Sweden. The Swedish government estimates that it will bring 50,000 new jobs…
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The Finnish Climate Fund invests in hydrogen turbine manufacturer Aurelia Turbines

Lappeenranta, Finland: The Finnish Climate Fund has granted a capital loan of €5 million to Aurelia Turbines. Aurelia Turbines produces the most efficient small gas turbines in the world. The turbines have been designed to use hydrogen, biogas and synthetic gas, as well as other renewable and non-standard fuels. According to Matti Malkamäki, CEO of Aurelia Turbines, Aurelia's products enable a…
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Matti Malkamäki on Kauppalehti - Feasibility of many hydrogen projects is questionable

The competition in the hydrogen economy is so fierce that evaluation on the impact of hydrogen projects on the European energy market has been partially incomplete. Finland must be vigilant so that Finnish companies create sufficient added value in the hydrogen economy. Producing bulk hydrogen may not create it. The leading Finnish business daily Kauppalehti interviewed Aurelia Turbines CEO Matti…
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Aurelia CEO Matti Malkamäki to chair the Finnish public sector hydrogen network

In Finland 36 cities, development companies of cities as well as research, training and other organizations have now founded a national hydrogen network Vetyverkosto. The aim of the network is to support local companies to make use of opportunities to grow into new types of value producers in the hydrogen economy. In addition, ongoing hydrogen-related projects in different regions are being mappe…
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Aurelia Turbines one of the leading hydrogen start-up in Finland

Finland's most significant newspaper Helsingin Sanomat has listed Aurelia Turbines as one of Finland's eight major start-up companies in the hydrogen sector. These companies are going to show that they have the solutions to offer and also the opportunity to run profitable business with them. Aurelia Turbines has now completed its first commercial turbine deliveries. Read the article in Helsingin…
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BotH2nia visited Aurelia

Finnish-Swedish network BotH2nia visited Aurelia’s premises in Lappeenranta. Aurelia Turbines’ CEO Matti Malkamäki, R&D Director Toni Hartikainen and CFO Janne Pottonen presented some 80 visitors with fuel-flexible turbines and how hydrogen can be used in Aurelia’s products. The BotH2nia network aims to build a robust hydrogen industry around the northern Baltic Sea. It combines its members’…
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Malkamäki: “Europe needs better regulation”

Matti Malkamäki, CEO of Aurelia Turbines, gave a keynote speech entitled “The hydrogen revolution – what opportunities does it give us?“ at the Energiapäivä event at the Energiamessut fair in Tampere, Finland on 25 October. In his speech, Malkamäki delved into the question “Why hydrogen?” There is a lot of discussion and support for hydrogen – why is this, and what does hydrogen enable? Malkamäki…
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Exciting opportunities for a test and commissioning engineer

Looking forward to working with hydrogen and cutting-edge technology? We offer excellent opportunities for a test and commissioning engineer at our premises in Lappeenranta, Finland. We offer you a challenging and versatile task area and an opportunity to influence your work. You will work in exciting duties as part of our international team with the possibility to work remotely. Ask more from…
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Keynote speech by Matti Malkamäki at Energiamessut

The hydrogen revolution - what opportunities does it give us? The keynote speech on the opening day 25 Oct of the Energiamessut fair in Tampere, Finland will be given by Matti Malkamäki, the CEO of Aurelia Turbines. In his speech, Malkamäki delves into the question why hydrogen? There is a lot of talk and support for hydrogen - why is this and what does hydrogen enable? Malkamäki will also take a…
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We need to balance wind power production

“The Finnish electricity market needs a lot more generation capacity - and not just wind power”, writes Aurelia Turbines CEO Matti Malkamäki in his latest article. “The wind economy has a problem with balancing power. The solution is to invest in large-scale, diversified power generation and a hydrogen economy.” Read the article in Finnish on LinkedIn  
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Aurelia joins BotH2nia, a north European hydrogen valley initiative

Aurelia Turbines have joined BotH2nia, a new hydrogen valley initiative, as an important Nordic hydrogen technology provider. In Finland, several projects have spotted the Gulf of Bothnia as a potential hydrogen valley. In the region, there are great resources for sustainable hydrogen production, industry needing hydrogen for decarbonization, technological know-how and excellent infrastructure.…
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Letter to the editor of Helsingin Sanomat: “Hydrogen must also be produced in other ways than only with solar and wind power”

“Finnish industry is currently planning several projects using hydrogen. For the time being, however, the price of hydrogen produced by wind and solar power is too expensive to carry out many important projects”, write Matti Malkamäki, CEO of Aurelia Turbines, and Laura Rahikka, CEO of Hycamite TCD Technologies, in their letter to the editor of Helsingin Sanomat, the leading newspaper of Finland.…
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Malkamäki on Helsingin Sanomat: Finland needs to invest in the hydrogen infrastructure

Finland should now invest in the infrastructure required by the hydrogen economy, says Aurelia Turbines' CEO Matti Malkamäki today in the leading Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat. He is a member of the steering group of a Finnish Hydrogen Cluster. According to him, the huge wind power potential of the Bay of Bothnia could be exploited in the production of clean hydrogen. “In Germany, tens of…
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