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Wind Finland goes Production 2021
Virtual Event on the Feb 16th

Wind Finland goes Production! The seminar is the second in series of Wind Finland spin-off events that will be diving deep in specific themes. Welcome to the Wind Finland virtual experience – see you in February!

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Heidi Paalatie

Director of Operations, Finnish Wind Power Association

Wind Power in Finland. Statistics 2020 and outlook for coming years

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Heidi Paalatie, M.Econ. in Corporate Environmental Management, is Director of Operations in Finnish Wind Power Association. She has been with the association over eight years with a wide range of responsibilities within public relations, advocacy, and communications.  FWPA is the leading industry association for wind power in Finland. The association is a key player, when it comes to providing information and forming the future of the industry in Finland.

Anni Mikkonen

CEO, Finnish Wind Power Association

 Advocacy update

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Anni Mikkonen is the CEO of the Finnish Wind Power Association since 2009. During her time the association and the importance of wind power in the Finnish energy sector have increased significantly.  

Anni Mikkonen holds a master’s decree on Environmental Sciences (MSc) and another one in Environmental Management (M. Econ).

Jari Tuomi

Head of Unit, Electrical Installations, Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes)

Steps for safe working

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Jari Tuomi, M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, works as Head of Unit of Electrical Installations at Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes). He has worked more than 10 years at Tukes, mainly within electrical products market surveillance activities.

Hanni Sonkeri

Designer, Fingrid Oyj

How to improve the possibilities of wind power participation in the Finnish balancing electricity market

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Hanni Sonkeri, M.Sc. (Tech), works as a Designer at Fingrid Oyj. She graduated from Aalto University in December 2020 and wrote her thesis about Wind Power Participation in the Finnish Balancing Electricity Market. Hanni has started working at Fingrid in 2019 first as a trainee and, after six months of exchange studies in Germany in 2019, as a master thesis worker and a part time trainee. Currently, Hanni is working mainly with Fingrid’s internal and local implementation of the Nordic Balancing Model (NBM) -project.

Petteri Antikainen

CEO, Wicetec

Ice Prevention, option also as a retrofit

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Petteri has worked 25 years with cold climate wind power. In 2014 he co-founded Wicetec, a company dedicated to ice prevention of wind turbines.

Before Wicetec, he has developed tools and methods for cold climate including standards in national and international standardization committees, SESKO, and IEC MT12-1. He holds a M.Sc. degree in Technical Physics at HUT, Finland. Petteri has worked as principal scientist at VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland. He has also been a board member in Finnish Wind Power Assosiation.

Antti Kuusela

Expert for power generation grid integration at Fingrid Oyj

Subsynchronous oscillation risks for wind power plants

Pia Ruokolainen

Specialist, Fingrid Oyj

Market Places for Automatic Frequency Control

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Pia Ruokolainen, M.Sc. (Tech.), is a specialist working with automatic frequency control reserves at the transmission system operator Fingrid. She has been working with maintaining and developing technical specifications of different reserve products, including implementation of Fast Frequency Reserve in the Nordics in 2020.

Antti Leskinen

CEO, APL Systems

Acoustic Predictive Maintenance in Wind Power

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Antti Leskinen is CEO of APL Systems with broad commercial experience in big data in acoustics, IoT, acoustic signal analysis and industrial predictive maintenance. APL Systems has been involved with noise and acoustics in various industries above 15 years. Antti has been working in the field of acoustic predictive maintenance and noise monitoring utilizing acoustic data above 15 years with industrial leaders within water, energy and manufacturing industries. 

Rickard Klinkert

Department Manager, Ramboll

Experiences from evaluating SCADA data for understanding the development of the power curve over time and the associated losses

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Rickard has a history in the Wind Industry since 2012. He was previously the managing director of a wind power consultancy, working mainly with wind measurements and assessments in Sweden, Finland and Norway. Rickard has in-depth knowledge of the Finnish and Nordic markets and hands on experience of analysing and advising on a large number of wind farms. His background is in Energy Yield Assessment, wind analysis, production calculations, uncertainty estimations and CFD-modeling. Rickard is the head of business development in the Nordics for Onshore wind in Ramboll, having long experience of working closely together with developers, investors and banking active in this region. Rickard is continuously involved in wind farm projects across the Nordics, from screening to repowering.

Malte Sander

Blade Specialist, Nordex Energy

New ways of blade maintenance

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Malte Sander works as Blade Specialist at Nordex Energy SE & Co. KG. He develops Blade maintenance strategies and consults Nordex region Nordic and UK + Ireland in servicing rotor blades. Malte start at Nordex in 2014 in blade production as process engineer and joined Service in 2016. He has a master degree and vocational training in composites materials that strengthened his background for blade defect analysis and defect tolerance.


Early Bird Tickets available until 24th of January

Watch Wind Finland goes Production 2021 through our brand new Live Stream – high quality presentations
and content from the virtual seminar stage. 
Access our networking app for matchmaking & networking, including 1:1 meetings.



39 €  + VAT 24%

Available until the 24th of January.

  • High quality Wind Finland live stream
  • Access to the networking app with virtual features such as virtual matchmaking & networking, including 1:1 meetings
  • Note: Single user access



59 €  + VAT 24%

Available until the 24th of January.

  • High quality Wind Finland live stream
  • Access to the networking app with virtual features such as virtual matchmaking & networking, including 1:1 meetings
  • Note: Single user access



69 / 89 €  + VAT 24%

Available until the 24th of January.

  • Normal Virtual Event Ticket
  • Food for the seminar home studio (Wolt)
  • Official “Wind Finland” party package
  • Virtual Pub-evening after the seminar


Terms and conditions

Please note: Live Stream Ticket is for single users only.

The organizer of the event, Suomen Tuulivoimayhdistys ry sends an invoice according to the information given on the order form. By accepting these terms the customer has bought the tickets of his / her choice and is liable for paying for them the price agreed on the contract.

When you create your profile in Brella, other seminar guests can see your information and contact you. 
Our partners will receive visitor information of their Virtual Booths for networking purposes. 

Information will not be given to other third parties.


Wind Finland 2020 tickets have a 14 day return policy from the day the tickets are received. After 14 days there will be no refunds. Cancellations are only accepted in writing. Leaving an invoice unpaid does not count as a cancellation. However, it is possible to allocate the ticket to a third party if the ticket has been fully paid. The contact details of the new participant are to be sent to Wind Finland 2020 immediately, at least 7 days before the event. It is not possible to change the person or organization liable for the payment. Any cancellation made less than 14 days before the event takes place will not be accepted.


In the event of an unexpected incident independent of Wind Finland 2020, Wind Finland 2020 reserves the right to make changes to the date and time for all parts of the event at least one week before the event. If this occurs, Wind Finland 2020 will notify the participants of the new details of the event, which will be organized within six months of the original event. Wind Finland 2020 also reserves the right to make changes to the event at a date less than one week before, if there is a justified reason such as an unexpected problem with the location, or if a speaker is prevented from participating due to a medical emergency or the termination of employment.

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