We at Moventas place an emphasis on recognizing individual talent, cooperation with different educational and industrial bodies, as well as a diverse field of science disciplines.
Moventas takes part in standardization committees. Enabling us to remain at the forefront of how different standards, practices and methodologies develop and influence the wind industry.
Effort is also placed on cooperation with different educational bodies and science communities, both domestic and foreign. One crucial aspect of working with education bodies has been the recognition of the talent that is available. Moventas often cooperates with thesis work. In fact, several thesis students have been hired by Moventas from several fields of science. Such as Vili Ryynänen, who’s white paper we recently published.
One way in which Moventas aims to engage future generations is by factory visits. We look forward to once again having the next generation(s) of engineers, machinists, physicists, material experts and many other disciplines visiting us. Providing insight to a unique business sector.
You may have already read about our cooperation with the Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences (JAMK) and the work done on the technical development project, NXT-GEN pulsator. This project is a multiyear ongoing operation that studies material fatigue testing.
Moventas also actively engages with various stake holders, industrial and social groups. This can range from local politics and business development to society work and international cooperation. For example, The Finnish Windpower Association is located within walking distance from one of our sites. We also hosted the visit by MEP Miapetra Kumpula-Natri at our Ikola site, discussing the role of wind energy and overall politics surrounding industry.
To remain Geared for New Energy extends well beyond our office and factory walls. To remain at the forefront of wind energy requires active and passionate interaction with the people and organisations that surround and bring fresh ideas to wind.