The energy fee for district heat for the winter season will decrease from the same period last year by 10.4%. The energy fee for the period 1 January – 29 February 2020 will be 65,92 e/MWh (including VAT 24%)
The energy fee for district heat for the autumn season will decrease from the same period last year by 7.8% and the water flow fee will increase by 6.7% as from 1 October 2019. As a result, the total price for district heat will fall by an average of 4.2%.
Helen Ltd, Vantaa Energy Ltd and Lahti Energia Oy have decided to sell their shares in Suomen Energia-Urakointi Oy to KSS Energia Oy. The contracting company will continue its operations as a subsidiary of KSS Energia from the beginning of May.
The amount of excise duty for district heat rises 1.1.2019.
The district heat water flow fee will rise by 7.2% as from 1 October 2018. The average impact of the change in the water flow fee on the total price of district heat is 1.7%.
In the next few years, Helen will make significant investments in reducing emissions and increasing the share of renewable energy. Helen aims to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of energy production by 40 per cent by 2025 compared with the 1990 levels. The use of coal will be halved at the same time. The longer-term target is climate-neutral energy production.
The amount of excise duty for district heat rises 1.1.2018.
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%.
District heat energy fee in the winter season will rise, water flow fees remain unchanged.
Helen's new concept brings private charging points as part of the public charging network. The Pitäjänmäki charging point has ABB’s latest electric vehicle charging technology that charges a car in just 5–15 minutes.