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Pöyry joins Belgium-based Friends of Sustainable Grids association

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Pöyry joins Belgium-based Friends of Sustainable Grids association

August 22, 2019 - 10:17
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STOCKHOLM, Aug. 16, 2019 (Press Release) -Pöyry Management Consulting is happy to be welcomed as a new member of the Friends of Sustainable Grids (FOSG) association. We are excited to work together in making the future of sustainable grids a reality.

Friends of Sustainable Grids, formerly known as Friends of the Supergrid, is an international Brussels-based non-profit with a vision for the future that will transform the way we look at energy grid infrastructure. The association focuses on two main pillars: Connecting Sustainable Grids and Energy Education.

A pan-European all-around inclusive energy infrastructure will secure the supply of a sustainable energy mix for Europe, thereby fostering economic welfare for European citizens and creating highly qualified jobs.

Pöyry Management Consulting is the management consulting arm of ÅF Pöyry. They provide leading-edge consulting and advisory services covering the whole value chain in energy, forest and bio-based industries, and their energy practice is the leading provider of strategic, commercial, regulatory and policy advice to European energy markets. Pöyry Management Consulting’s energy team of over 250 specialists offers unparalleled expertise in the rapidly changing energy markets across Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and the Americas.

ÅF Pöyry is an international leader within engineering, design and advisory services. We create solutions to support our customers worldwide to act on sustainability as well as the global trends of urbanisation and digitalisation. We are more than 16,000 devoted experts within the fields of infrastructure, industry and energy operating across the world to create sustainable solutions for the next generation.