VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is the largest multi-technological applied research organization in northern Europe. We drive sustainable growth, tackle the biggest global challenges of our time, and turn them into growth opportunities. We go beyond the obvious to help the society and companies to grow through technological innovations. VTT is at the sweet spot where innovation and business come together.
The dECOmm co-innovation project enhances the efficiency and safety of decommissioning by developing digital models, risk assessment and collaboration in business ecosystems. VTT’s role is to work closely with companies to bring innovation for efficiency in decommissioning processes. In parallel, VTT’s own ongoing FiR1 research reactor decommissioning project will produce valuable information through the dismantling process. The domestic lessons learnt can be integrated with new technology solutions for enhanced decommissioning of international nuclear power plants. In addition, VTT continues to study nuclear power plant construction materials, structures, ICT and robotics in its new, state-of-the-art laboratory in the Centre of Nuclear Safety and to support both Finnish and international nuclear power companies on the safe and economical operation of power plants. For more see VTT Nuclear energy research
Delete Demolition Oy is the leading demolition company in Finland. We provide professionalised services in renovation and heavy demolition & hazardous materials and inspections. Our focus is on work safety, quality and recycling as well as environmental issues and circular economy in construction.
Nuclear decommissioning is demanding and precise work for which Delete’s experience makes us uniquely qualified for. Participation in dECOmm will assist in bringing Delete’s specialist knowledge together with other leaders of the industry. Meeting the high safety standards and efficient operations requires combining innovation and modern technology.
Sweco plans and designs the sustainable communities and cities of the future. The results of our work are sustainable buildings, efficient infrastructure and access to clean water. With 17,000 employees in Northern Europe, we offer our customers the right expertise for every project. We carry out projects in 70 countries annually throughout the world.
EcoDeco Project- Smart Solution for Nuclear Decommissioning: Development of a new digital solution and service for nuclear decommissioning.
Semi-automated creation of digital twins, utilizing e.g. artificial intelligence and creation of related information content that is important for the decommissioning, forms the basis for Swecon’s new solutions and services. The aim is to create a digital twin platform business for the decommissioning of nuclear power plants to maximize recycling of deconstruction waste, visualize current situation and what-if scenarios as well as optimize planning and execution using intelligent models. New business requires researching, testing and combining existing and ”up and coming” technologies and exploring future opportunities. The goal is to achieve market leadership in digitalization of nuclear decommissioning.
DS Product sheltering system isolates employees and their working environment from the impure spaces. The system produces no construction waste and can easily be relocated after use. Clean indoor air technology company Aavi Technologies is a certified supplier of DS Product sheltering systems.
Fortum is a leading clean-energy company that provides its customers with electricity, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. We want to engage our customers and society to join the change for a cleaner world.
Fortum has extensive experience in decommissioning planning and many solutions for waste management and treatment we can offer to our customers. We also provide dismantling and demolition services and do worldwide final disposal consultation. Additionally, we can provide radiation protection personnel and sophisticated radiation safety analyses for decommissioning as well as other stages of nuclear power plant life cycle.