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What projects does FINN support in cooperation with South Pole?

Biogas plant in Linshu

In Linshu, Shandong, China, the Linshu wastewater-to-energy project uses biogas from a starch factory to generate clean energy. This reduces local dependence on coal, improves air and water quality and creates jobs while reducing CO2 emissions. Learn more

Wind power plant in Hebei

The "Hebei Yuxian Wind" project in Hebei Province in northern China is promoting the country's transition to a low-carbon future by using wind turbines to generate clean energy every year. The electricity generated is integrated into the northern Chinese energy grid, which is currently dominated by fossil-fuel power plants. This helps to reduce emissions, significantly improve air quality in the region and create new jobs. Learn more


Geothermal energy in South Sumatra

The Ulubelu power plant in South Sumatra utilizes the nearby Ulubelu geothermal field to generate clean electricity for Sumatra's interconnected grid. Harnessing the underground heat creates steam that drives a turbine and activates a generator to produce renewable energy. The project reduces emissions, promotes sustainable development, increases energy security and creates local jobs. Learn more

Reforestation in Ghana

In the Boumfoum, Chirimfa and Awura reforestation project, 1,500 hectares of forest are planted annually over six years with sustainable tree species such as eucalyptus, teak and acacia. The project also promotes agroforestry techniques in cooperation with local farmers to ensure healthy soils for long-term harvests. In addition to actively reducing greenhouse gases, the project contributes to the financial security of the community, which leases its land on fair terms and has access to education and employment. Learn more

CarbonCure concrete solutions

"CarbonCure Concrete Solutions" develops CO2-reducing solutions for construction. Recycled CO2 is used during concrete production by capturing it from industrial emissions, purifying it and injecting it into the concrete. This technology, which improves the compressive strength and performance of concrete, is available in hundreds of concrete plants in North America and Asia and can be easily integrated into existing plants. Learn more


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