Several Members of the Parliament on Tuesday expressed their concerns over the role of Rosatom, a state-owned Russian energy company, as a plant supplier and majority shareholder in the nuclear power project of Fennovoima in Pyhäjoki, North Ostrobothnia. Jan Vapaavuori (NCP), the Minister of Economic Affairs, underscored that “we must keep a cool head” despite the volatile global political environment.
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Policy-makers voice fears over Rosatom
The Parliament on Tuesday discussed the supplementation of the in-principle permit granted to Fennovoima necessitated by the fact that Rosatom was not identified as a possible supplier in the original permit application.