Operating environment

The energy transition is moving energy production towards renewable sources

he ongoing energy transition is a global phenomenon that will transform the energy production of various countries and move it away from fossil fuels towards renewable energy sources. The impacts of the energy transition are not visible only in the changes in the methods used in energy production; instead, the tran­sition will modify society in many different ways and have an impact on several aspects of the economy.

When energy production is shifted towards renewa­ble energy sources, such as wind power, the changes will be seen, in particular, in the geographic diversifi­cation of energy production, which will require signifi­cant investments in power transmission grids, substa­tions and energy storage. Renewable energy sources often utilise natural phenomena, such as hydro energy, wind power and solar energy, as energy sources, which means that in the future, energy production will be more uneven depending on weather conditions as compared to, for example, energy produced from coal.

The energy transition will increase the need for time­ly and faster data communication, and this in turn will require investments in data communication networks.

The national data communication infrastructure also plays a pivotal role in the renewal of the manu­facturing industry in a more efficient and sustainable direction as well as in maintaining its competitiveness.

The energy transition and industrial renewal are sup­ported by the ambitious targets for energy efficiency and limitation of emissions at the EU and national level.

Enersense’s key strengths

  • Enersense is one of the leading players in the various areas of the energy revolution with its versatile services
  • Enersense’s services ensure the continuity of functions that are important for society
  • The Company is a special expert in demanding industrial services
  • Enersense has a good reputation as a high-quality and expert ser­vice provider among its customers
  • Workforce flexibility and efficient use of resources
  • Investments in motivating employees and in safety
  • Investments in digital products and services