Finland has the second-highest share of renewable energy in Europe. The use of renewable energy sources in the production of electricity and district heat has progressed rapidly in Finland. In 2015, the share of renewables in electricity generation was 45 per cent, the most significant of which was hydro power followed by wood and wind power. Almost 80 per cent of electricity generation was emission-free, which will rise to 90 per cent by 2030. Finland is the greenest country in the world, according to the 2016 environmental performance index, and it is also ranked first in innovation in the world economic forum competitiveness report.  Finland is not only a leader in clean energy; its stellar results in education are often referred to as the Finnish miracle. Advanced "green" technologies, smart developments, waste management systems, eco-friendly construction and advanced education methods - all of these can be found in the Finnish pavilion at the Expo 2017.In an exclusive interview, Severi Keinala, Finnish Expo commissioner told the Kazakh TV what makes Finland so innovative. 

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