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Energy Policies of IEA Countries - Finland 2003 Review [electronic resource]

IEA Staff
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Washington : Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development Feb. 2004
Language
English
Series
Energy Policies of IEA Countries Ser
ISBN
9789264014824, 9264014829 (Trade Paper)
Target Audience
Scholarly & Professional
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    a| Annotation b| The report finds that Finnish energy policy is characterised by the adoption of a holistic approach which strives to deliver energy security, economic development and environmental sustainability; the import of fuels and electricity from a variety of countries to create a diverse energy supply which lowers costs and enhances its energy security; and the implementation of a liberalised approach to energy regulation, particularly in the electricity sector. Whilst this latter approach has been successful overall, the review identifies some areas where regulatory authority could be expanded. The most significant energy development in Finland in recent years has been the development a new nuclear power plant, scheduled to come on-line in 2009. This will be the first nuclear facility built in a liberalised electricity sector and could help Finland meet its need for new generating capacity with zero greenhouse gas emissions.
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