Axpo’s approach is to have a local presence – with local specialists – and to serve customers such as producers, consumers, retailers and other participants in the energy markets on site. Axpo Finland was established in 2009 in order to strengthen Axpo's market presence in the eastern parts of the Nordic region. From its office neighboring Helsinki airport, Axpo Finland offers standard and structured products as well as other commodity related products.
Being part of the Axpo Group, the largest energy company in Switzerland, serves many advantages. We can keep our entrepreneurial mindset acting swiftly towards our customers and at the same time benefit from the stability of a large group with both broad and deep competence. Axpo Finland is a subsidiary of Axpo Nordic, which in turn is a subsidiary of Axpo Solutions AG. Axpo Nordic is based in Oslo and has one other subsidiary in Malmo. The team is made up of 40 employees with extensive experience from trading and origination in the Nordic region and Europe. The company was established in 2003 and today we are one of the three largest players on the Nordic and Baltic markets.
"The energy market is exciting and ever changing. Which is why I am certain that our experienced team, with their curiosity and competence, will play a key role in the future of renewable energy."Håkon Røhne, Managing Director Axpo Nordic
Axpo has more than 5,000 MW of installed renewable energy capacity across Europe and markets a customer portfolio totalling 19,700 MW of energy from renewable sources. Our activities in this field include wind energy, photovoltaics, biomass and hydropower. In Spain, for example, Axpo manages one of the country's largest renewable energy portfolios of around 8,550 MW. Reinforced by the know-how of our subsidiary Volkswind, Axpo is also one of the largest wind farm developers in Germany and France. In photovoltaics, we are also a major international player, harnessing the expertise and skill of our subsidiary Urbasolar.
In Switzerland, Axpo is the largest producer of renewable energy, including the generation of more than half of the country’s renewable electricity from hydropower.