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Industries Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Evaporation
IFF, FinnFeeds Finland Oy

IFF FinnFeeds Finland: new evaporation method reduced plant’s energy consumption by a third

The Naantali plant of FinnFeeds Finland Oy, part of IFF company, has succeeded in reducing its use of steam by close to 40 per cent, simultaneously radically reducing its carbon footprint. Total energy consumption has fallen at the plant by around 30 per cent. The evaporation method developed by Adven…

Utilities District heating
Parikkala municipality

Heating was not the municipality’s core business: Adven took over the Parikkala municipality’s district heating business

Thanks to its know-how and comprehensive service network, Adven can strengthen the operations of the district heating networks of small and mid-sized municipalities. The municipality of Parikkala can now free up capital to develop its municipal services, as it no longer needs to make its own investments to maintain or…

Real estates Hybrid energy solutions
Experience Factory Lappari

Experience Factory Lappari utilises a hybrid energy solution combining several types of heating

Adven designed a special energy solution for Experience Factory Lappari, a Finnish leisure centre located in northern Finland. The system utilises a combination of geothermal energy, district heating and energy extracted from the river Tornio. Adven estimated this hybrid model to be the most sustainable way of heating and cooling…

Industries Material and side stream recovery Energy production
Hankkija

Hankkija’s Turku plant creates energy from oat husk

The steam energy required by Hankkija’s Turku (Åbo) plant will be generated by combusting ground oat husk, a by-product of production. Climate targets and the rising cost of fossil fuels prompted the plant to seek alternative solutions in locally available renewable fuels. Hankkija’s plant in Turku produces feed for pigs…

Industries Evaporation
Honkajoki Oy

Making the most of waste: Greenhouses in Honkajoki are heated all winter long with recycled energy

Honkajoki Ltd, a company that recycles animal-derived raw materials, has considerably renewed its production process following the addition of an entirely new processing line at its production facility. One area of Honkajoki Ltd’s production process is an evaporation service developed by Adven whereby liquid is removed from the process stream…

Industries Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Utilities ...
Kemira Chemicals

Adven develops Kemira Chemicals’ energy efficiency and process integration

In early 2018, Kemira and Adven signed a long-term co-operation agreement on energy supply. The co-operation began when Kemira Chemicals and Leppäkosken Sähkö sold the shares in the energy production plants they owned to Adven. Following the transaction, Adven took full control of the operational use and operations of both…

Real estates Geoenergy
Citycon Lippulaiva

“Geoenergy is the greenest and most economical solution”

Citycon’s Lippulaiva shopping centre is currently under construction in Espoo. Lippulaiva’s geoenergy solution will make the shopping centre almost carbon-neutral and self-sufficient in terms of both heating and cooling. Citycon is realising the project in co-operation with Adven, who is investing in the energy plant. “Geoenergy is the most cost-effective…

Real estates Geoenergy
Harriniva Hotels & Safaris

Heating of Harriniva Hotels and Safaris was changed from heavy fuel oil to geoenergy

Changing oil heating to geoenergy heating saves about 200 000 litres of heavy fuel oil in a year at Harriniva Hotels and Safaris. ”We were looking for a more environmental friendly solution to replace oil. We also anticipate savings in the use of electricity, as parts of our properties were…

Industries Industrial water treatment
Nammo Vihtavuori

Water consumption at Nammo propellant plant cut in half with Adven’s energy solution

Adven produces steam and heat for the needs of Nammo’s propellant plant in Vihtavuori, Central Finland, mainly using domestic fuels. With closed water cycles, the plant’s water consumption was cut in half and previously wasted heat is recovered and used in the area’s district heating network. The amount of heat…