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Helen to break away from Russian fuels

Helen will break away from Russian fuels as a result of the war in Ukraine. In early March, we made the decision to procure coal from elsewhere than Russia until further notice. 


Fingrid chooses tentative route for Helsinki’s new underground cable

Finland’s transmission system operator Fingrid Oyj and its partners are planning to build a new 400 kilovolt underground power cable in Helsinki. The tentative route planned for the underground cable


Helen builds an energy platform of the future and develops a digital twin of the district heating network with Gradyent

Increasing real-time data on the operation of the heating network is one part of the transition to distributed energy production.


More electricity produced with wind power to Helen from Suomen Hyötytuuli’s new wind farm

Helen’s electricity produced with wind power increases even further as Suomen Hyötytuuli Oy has made an investment decision to build Oosinselkä wind farm in Pori and its neighboring municipality


Helen’s sea water heat recovery project progresses - project alliance partner sought for the development and implementation phases of Sea Water System in tendering process

Helen has launched public procurement concerning the selection of a project alliance partner for the Sea Water System project section. With the call for tenders, Helen aims to find a world-class


Myllypuro Ice Sports Centre to serve as source of district heat – waste heat recovered to keep Helsinki residents' homes warm

Myllypuron jääurheilukeskus Oy has signed a letter of intent with Helen Ltd. The other project partners, Caverion and YIT, have been involved in planning the project since 2019. An important facet of


Financial statement release 1 January – 31 December 2021: Significant year of changes on the journey towards carbon neutrality, with challenging market conditions weighing down the results

During 2021, Helen took significant decisions and progressed according to its strategy by investing especially in carbon-neutral energy production in Helsinki and in separate electricity production by


Due to the Ukrainian situation Helen will for the moment stop procuring coal from Russia

Due to the geopolitical situation, we have decided to stop for the moment procuring coal from Russia. In other respects, we as a company comply with the sanctions in force related to the Ukrainian


Helen further increases its wind power production with a new investment

Helen continues to invest in renewable energy and has, together with the Bank of Åland’s Wind Power Fund Non-UCITS, acquired Kalistanneva wind farm from the French independent green energy operator


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