As a leading city in the energy transition to a sustainable future, Helsinki aims to become CO2 neutral by 2035. To achieve this goal, the city decided to launch a competition in February 2020: The Helsinki Energy Challenge. An international jury has now selected the winners of the challenge. AEE Intec has been able to succeed in the European HIVE team against competition from more than 250 submissions. The solution from HIVE plans to use of a combination of seawater heat pumps, solar thermal energy, electric boilers and large heat storage systems in order to provide long-term and efficient district heating and bring an end to coal fired combustion by 2028.
AEE INTEC wins the Helsinki Energy Challenge with a team of international partners
Helsinki is striving to be a leading city in the energy transition to a sustainable future, and aims to become CO2 neutral by 2035. To achieve this goal, the city decided to launch a competition in February 2020 – the Helsinki Energy Challenge – specifically to meet the issue of sustainably decarbonising its heating network. On Tuesday, 16th March, an international jury selected four winners, including the European HIVE team (taken from “Hyvä”, meaning “good” in Finnish) which took first place out of a total of more than 250 entries. HIVE consists of the international group ENGIE (FRA) and its subsidiary Storengy (FRA), the […]