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Utilities District heating

Municipal energy company Trelleborgs Energi and Adven conclude a collaboration agreement to develop the city’s district heating

Trelleborgs Energi AB has signed a collaboration agreement with Adven stating that Adven will produce all district heating in Trelleborg, Sweden’s southernmost city, over the next 20 years. Adven will take over the ownership of existing production sites and build new plants needed to cover the growing need for district…

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Real estates Geoenergy Hybrid energy solutions

Aros Bostad and Adven to agree on renewable geo- and solar energy solution

Aros Bostadsutveckling AB (“Aros Bostad”) has signed an agreement with Adven on supply of geo- and solar energy to the new residential area Viggby Ängar in Täby outside Stockholm. Aros Bostad’s ambition was to maximise the use of renewable energy in the new property and Adven was able to meet…

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Industries Real estates

The operational centre overseeing the operations of the energy plants anticipates, optimises and resolves alarms

Adven’s operational centre in Vantaa, Finland monitors and develops operations of more than a hundred energy plants round the clock. The aim is to avoid disturbances with proactive monitoring. A significant role is also played in the optimisation of the operations of energy plants. Most of the alarms can be…

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District heating

A new biofuel boiler house has been opened in Valmiera, Latvia – CO2 emissions will decrease by 10,000 tonnes

In co-financing from the European Union Cohesion Fund, the new biofuel boiler house of JSC Valmieras Enerģija was opened in Valmiera. Over 90% of heating will be produced from renewable energy resources. With the new boiler house, CO2 emissions will decrease by 10,000 tonnes a year. “This is an important…

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Utilities District heating

Siilinjärvi municipality will move for modern district heating

In the future, even more industrial excess heat will be used in Siilinjärvi in heating of houses and buildings. Savon Voima and Adven have signed an agreement in which an even larger part of the excess heat from the production of Yara’s Siilinjärvi plants will be transferred to the district…

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Real estates Geoenergy

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences will use geoenergy in the future – CO2 emissions will decrease by more than 90 percent

The property used by SAMK and Kesko in Pori’s Asema Square will be heated and cooled in the future with energy produced locally on the site. Geoenergy solution supports the carbon neutrality goals of both SAMK and property owner Hemsö. Adven is responsible for the implementation of the project. The…

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Utilities District heating Energy production

Is it a good idea for municipalities to manage their own energy production, or should the money be directed elsewhere?

Several million euros are spent annually on municipalities’ energy production. Other uses could be found for this money, as many municipalities have many development projects to focus on. Municipalities that partner up in their energy production have more opportunities to influence their energy production and the cost of it, through…

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Real estates Hybrid energy solutions

Adven will design Porto Franco’s environment-friendly renewable energy solution

Porto Franco, one of the largest real estate projects ever implemented in Estonia will be cooled by renewable energy within the next few years. Adven will realize Porto Franco’s energy solution and operates the cooling facility in the future. The future cooling solution of Porto Franco will utilize renewable electricity…

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Real estates Geoenergy

Adven’s geoenergy service brings 20% savings in Vanajanlinna’s properties

Vanajanlinna, which was built in the 1920s, is a popular hotel, event venue and golf resort in the south of Finland. Since last year, its buildings have been heated and cooled using geoenergy instead of natural gas. The conversion has also made Vanajanlinna’s carbon footprint significantly smaller, reducing its carbon…

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