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Helsingin Energia was today awarded a commendation as a business that has successfully fostered its image of an accountable company. Helsingin Energia also made the top ten companies in terms of reputation.
The pupils of Maatulli Elementary School can now recharge their mobile phones using their own pedal power. Helsingin Energia donated the school an electricity-generating exercise bike built at a power plant workshop.
Helsingin Energia’s shares in Tunturituuli Oy sold as part of sale of the company’s total share capital
According to the decision by the Helsinki City Council, Helsingin Energia’s shares in Tunturituuli Oy were sold as part of the sale of the wind power company's total share capital on Thursday, 31 October 2013.
Helsingin Energia has collaborated with the Finnish Environment Institute and Tampere University of Technology to study the changes in the environmental impacts of the Salmisaari power plant when coal is replaced with small amounts of wood pellets.
Helsingin Energia’s Energy Gallery provides food for thought for the Energy Awareness Week on Saturday 5 October.
EPV Energia Oy, Helsingin Energia and Kymppivoima Oy have purchased from DONG Energy Wind Power Holding A/S a share of the most important hydropower reserves in Sweden.
Pellet combustion tests at Helsingin Energia’s Hanasaari power plant have proceeded as planned. The tests seem to indicate that wood pellets could be mixed with coal at a ratio of 5–7%.
Environmental impact assessment procedure related to Helsingin Energia’s development programme is launched
Helsingin Energia’s development programme, Towards a Carbon-Neutral Future, is making progress. The environmental impact assessment (EIA) procedure related to the scheduled power plant solutions has been launched. The EIA programme will be discussed at a public meeting on 14 March 2013.