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The amount of excise duty for district heat rises 1.1.2018.
Renewable energy production will increase in Europe and in Finland in the next few years, and more flexible solutions will be needed in the electricity system. Placing of distributed production and
The design of the versatile residential SunZeb city block is progressing. The block will be built in Kalasatama, Helsinki. The housing quality and energy efficiency of the residences built in the area
Helen includes households in the smart energy system – pioneering technology cuts down the cost of electricity bills
Reduced heating costs and increased living comfort – a smart electricity grid brings benefits to electricity consumers and helps to build preparedness for renewable energy solutions.
Heat pumps boosted growth in cooling and the utilisation of waste energy.
The first wood pellets were ignited this week at Helen’s new pellet-fired heating plant in the Salmisaari district of Helsinki. The plant will soon generate renewable district heat to customers in
The first two-way charging point in Finland will be installed in the Suvilahti district of Helsinki in connection with Helen’s solar power plant and electricity storage facility. The V2G
Industrial-scale heat pumps from France, to be installed in the Esplanade underground cooling plant, will arrive in Finland by sea this week. The heat pump parts will be transported from the Vuosaari
The district heat water flow fee will rise by 7.8% as from 1 October 2017. The average impact of the change in the water flow fee on the total price of district heat is 1.9%.
At Helen’s Environment Day, the company introduced its key words for the future: city resident participation, recycling excess heat, flexibility, and moving away from fossil fuels. Renewable