SOLVED expert service aims to be the world’s leading cleantech community – Valopaa is in!


All over the world people are struggling with environmental challenges. Cleantech Finland’s new SOLVED expert service at harnesses the Finnish problem solving ability and world-class technology expertise to solve them.

Cleantech Finland, operated by Finpro, is a network of Finnish environmental technology companies that has a goal to profile Finland as a top country in the field. Cleantech Finland’s SOLVED expert service brings together cleantech companies, clients and other interest groups, the problems and their solutions on an online platform that enables new ways to be active and cooperate.

“SOLVED aims to be the world’s leading cleantech community. Now we can be even more effective in channelling Finnish expertise to match global demand. Through the service companies get boost and visibility,” promises Santtu Hulkkonen, Cleantech Finland’s Executive Director.

Meeting place for top experts and challenges

The experts from Cleantech Finland ‘s member companies play a key role in SOLVED. In the service anyone can ask questions, engadge in discussion and do networking. The top experts from the respective field then provide the factual information, perspectives and practical experience to solve a problem or take part in the discussion. About one hundred experts have already signed in the service. Also Valopaa Ltd. has experts among them, as Valopaa’s CEO Toivo Vilmi is one of the experts at SOLVED.

”Problem solving ability is a known part of the Finnish heritage. We have the competence, the cooperational abilities and the natural willingness to do things as efficiently and well as possible. In SOLVED this way of doing things and Finnish expertise come together in a fascinating and easily approachable whole,” Santtu Hulkkonen says.

More information:

Cleantech Finland
Santtu Hulkkonen, Executive Director
[email protected], +358 40 343 3341

Valopaa Oy
Toivo Vilmi, CEO
[email protected], +358 10 470 8891

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