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More renewable energy from the Klåsarö hydropower plant

More renewable energy from the Klåsarö hydropower plant

The Klåsarö hydropower plant on the River Kymijoki will be upgraded. The plant's lifespan will be extended and the amount of renewable energy will be increased with the modernisation of water

07.06.2018

Environmental impact assessment of Tattarisuo bioenergy heating plant continues – a new site option is now included

Environmental impact assessment of Tattarisuo bioenergy heating plant continues – a new site option is now included

Helen is exploring various options of building new bioenergy heating plants in Helsinki. The environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the plant planned for Tattarisuo continues in accordance with the

04.06.2018

High temperatures raise cooling consumption to record levels in Helsinki

High temperatures raise cooling consumption to record levels in Helsinki

The highest temperature of the year so far, 29.6 degrees, was measured at Helsinki Airport on 15 May. On the same day, the consumption of Helen's district cooling reached a record high.

31.05.2018

Inconsistent tax solutions restrict opportunities to increase renewable energy

Inconsistent tax solutions restrict opportunities to increase renewable energy

In the view of Helen Ltd, Finland needs a more coherent energy policy. The tax increase on combined heat and power generation, proposed by the Government, together with the ban on the use of coal that

30.05.2018

New solar wall for Helen’s solar power plant in Suvilahti

New solar wall for Helen’s solar power plant in Suvilahti

A new solar wall consisting of 84 panels has been installed at the Suvilahti substation in Helsinki to test the yield of wall panels. The production of a traditional roof power plant is at its highest

11.05.2018

Helen again the most sustainable band among energy companies

Helen again the most sustainable band among energy companies

For the second year running, Helen has been ranked first among Finnish energy companies in the largest survey in the Nordic countries concerning citizens’ views on the sustainability of well-known

13.04.2018

Solar panels and electricity storage system for homes for the first time in Finland

Solar panels and electricity storage system for homes for the first time in Finland

Helen is the first company in Finland to offer solar panels and an electricity storage system as a tailored package for its domestic customers. Microgenerators will gain greater benefits from their

05.04.2018

Helen invests hundreds of millions in emissions reduction

Helen invests hundreds of millions in emissions reduction

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

29.03.2018

Gigantic cavern heat storage facility to be implemented in Mustikkamaa in Helsinki

Gigantic cavern heat storage facility to be implemented in Mustikkamaa in Helsinki

Helen has decided to build Finland's largest heat storage facility in the old oil caverns in Mustikkamaa for the storage of district heat. The heat storage facility will allow reduction in the use of

22.03.2018

Helen has a record number of customers

Helen has a record number of customers

FINANCIAL STATEMENT RELEASE 2017 The Helen Group's results were at the projected level, which is slightly higher than in the previous year, and the number of customers increased to well over 400,000.

06.03.2018

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