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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%.
Finnish people regard Helen as the most sustainable brand among energy companies according to the largest survey in the Nordic countries concerning citizens’ views on the responsibility of well-known brands.
Helen is first company in Finland to launch electricity storage for commercial use. Helen strengthened its position as the Nordic forerunner in energy storage. It also launched new services related to electricity storage facilities to enhance customers’ utilisation of renewable energy.Helen provides a bespoke solution for the customers’ needs, and it can also join in the project as an owner of the customer’s electricity storage facilities and solar power plants.
One of the two oil tanks in the Jakomäki heating plant will be modified and the use of one will be suspended. The modification work will start in early April, and the plant will be calibrated to meet the new emission requirements in September. The heating plant will be back in full operation in December 2017.
Helen is building new solar power plants on the properties of business customers.The customer provides the facility for the power plant and will, in turn, be able to take advantage of the electricity generated by the plant.
Helen is seeking new partners for local renewable energy production projects. Selected project partners will receive a total of EUR 50,000 in financial aid.
Helen has updated its strategy, aiming for growth and success in the face of the transition taking place in the energy sector. Helen reinforces its focus on new, customer-oriented services. Attention will also be paid to the competitiveness of the current business operations and the development and enhancement of Helen’s own activities. In line with its strategy, Helen made significant investment decisions in the review period with regard to renewable energy and heat pumps, and it commissioned
Helen Group’s interim report 1 January – 30 September 2015: energy sales are down due to warm winter and cold summer
The mild start to the year reduced earnings from district heat sales, and the cool summer eroded the expected growth in the sale of district cooling energy. Helen launched yet another new service based on renewable energy: renewable district heat aimed at apartment dwellers.
The Helen Group reached its financial targets for the first part of the year. The mild winter reduced earnings from district heat sales, and the cool start to the summer slowed down growth in district cooling. Helen started the construction of another new solar power plant and strengthened its position as Finland’s largest solar electricity producer.
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 increasing renewable energy. Finland’s largest solar power plant started production, and the first customers in Kalasatama received the new home automation devices.