With the name change, no actions needed from Nevel customers nor partners
In October 2022, energy infrastructure company Nevel acquired Åmotfors Energi, located in Eda municipality in Sweden. Nevel provides continuity to the energy supply and supports reduction of the climate impact of energy generation. The energy is distributed mainly to Nordic Paper´s Åmotfors Kraft paper production mill and to the Eda municipality district heating network. Through the cooperation, Nevel will provide dedicated support to Nordic Paper´s development at the site. The companies have a joint ambition to improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions.
Integration of Åmotfors Energi and Nevel has progressed according to the plans. As one of the key milestones of the companies´ integration, Åmotfors Energi will be called Nevel. The change drives coherent customer service and offering, and simplifies communications among all stakeholders. For Nevel customers and partners, the change will be seen via e.g. changes in email addresses (firstname.lastname@example.org), documentation and invoicing. The change does not require any actions from Nevel customers nor partners apart from use of new email addresses. The change is valid from February 28 onwards.
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Nevel is a utility infrastructure company offering advanced industrial and real estate infrastructure solutions that are fit-for-purpose and future-proof. Committed to climate positive growth, we drive societal impact by co-creating local circular economies and driving transformation to CO2 carbon-neutral energy production. Nevel serves almost 100 industrial and over 5,000 real estate customers with decentralised energy and circular economy solutions. The company operates more than 130 energy production sites and manages over 40 district heating networks. Nevel has an annual turnover of EUR 115 million, and employs 190 experts in Finland, Sweden and Estonia.