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Helen will be expanding the district cooling network and upgrading the district heating network in different parts of Helsinki during the summer.
Helen Sähköverkko will improve the security of electricity supply by upgrading and extending the electricity distribution network. The cable network built between the 1950s and the 1970s will be
Co-operation between Helen and EuroPark Finland – four new charging points for electric vehicles in Helsinki
Four new charging points for electric vehicles have been opened in the P-CityForum multi-storey car park in the Helsinki district of Kamppi. The new charging points have been implemented in
The new electricity substation completed at Viikinmäki ensures excellent security or supply for electricity distribution in Helsinki. The investment is also in preparation for the increasing power
Almost 3,000 solar panels will be built in the Helsinki district of Kivikko. These panels will fill an area of about one hectare on the roof of the Kivikko Ski Hall.
The extremely popular urban allotment at Hanasaari is returning. This year, there will be more planting boxes available, one hundred in all.
During the summer, Helen Ltd will donate EUR 3,000 to ten events or projects that promote positive energy in one way or another.
The Helen Group met its financial targets in the early part of the year and achieved a good result although district heat revenues were down due to the mild winter. Helen continued to invest in
Helen Ltd’s combined district heating and cooling solution has won the esteemed Global District Energy Climate Award. The award ceremony was held in Tallinn, Estonia on 27 April 2015.
The pupils of Pihkapuisto Elementary School inspire the whole school to take part in monitoring energy consumption. The school also has plans for energy spying. The school was awarded Helen’s Energy