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Sannamari Pilpola received the Best Master's Thesis Prize 2015 in energy

World Energy Council Finland and Finnish Energy Economists awarded Sannamari Pilpola (M.Sc.) the Best Master's Thesis Prize of 2015 in energy.

World Energy Council Finland and Finnish Energy Economists awarded Sannamari Pilpola (M.Sc.) the Best Master's Thesis Prize of 2015 in the field of energy. In total four theses were awarded. The award ceremony was held at the Energy 2016 event in Tampere on 25.10.2016. The title of the thesis was "Finnish energy system modelling: renewable energy integration and future scenarios". The thesis was praised for its difficult topic, wide scope, and excellent execution.

Sannamari Pilpola studied in Engineering Physics Programme. Today, she a doctoral candidate in New Energy Technologies group.

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