HS2E Forum Europe will take place at HUONE, Jätkäsaari in Helsinki, Finland.
Jätkäsaari is an up and coming area of Helsinki with excellent transportation connections to both central Helsinki and Espoo. Positioned to take advantage of all the business hubs in both cities HUONE Jätkäsaari is easily reachable by car, metro (Ruoholahti) and tram.
Arrival by metro
HUONE is only five (5) minutes walk from the Ruoholahti Metro Station. Guests arriving by Metro are recommended to use tram number 8 which brings you directly to our entrance.
Arrival by tram
Tram number 8 takes you directly to HUONE. The tram stop is called ‘Crusellinsilta’ and is located right in front of the HUONE venue. Tram number 9 also stops at ‘Saukonpaasi’ which is just a short walk away.
Detailed arrival and parking information can be found on the HUONE website.
You can have a look into the different meeting rooms of the venue and everything you need to know about the arrival to the venue, some information about the parking facilities and of course some more detailed information about the location itself.
Feel free to contact us if you need more information about the HUONE venue, our HS2E Europe event or the presentations and workshops! Call us at +358 40 672 5445 or contact us via Email.
The largest heat pump plant in the world, the Katri Vala heating and cooling plant will be the place to be for the HS2E Europe summit. Everyone who arrives in Helsinki on 18th September 2019 has the opportunity to be at our pre-event and to be part of an very interesting company visit.
Participants have the unique opportunity to visit this Helen Oy heating and cooling plant which is built under Helsinki city. We are very pleased to have the chance to present this Helen heating and cooling plant to our summit participants.
During the visit you get to know the Katri Vala plant and how Helen is using Quentic App in their safety management.
Katri Vala is the largest heat pump plant in the world to produce heat and cooling. Its carbon dioxide emissions are 80% smaller than for example in separate heat production with heavy fuel oil. Helen Ltd’s energy production is awarded as the most efficient in the world.
- What: heat and cooling
- What from: purified waste water, return water from district cooling and electricity
- Where: under the Katri Vala Park in Sörnäinen
- When: 2006
- How much: heat 105 MW, cooling 70 MW
How heat pumps work
The heat pump operates on the same principle as, for example, a refrigerator.
- Condenser (warm side) – The refrigerant is in liquid state in the condenser.
- Evaporator (cold side) – In the evaporator the pressure is lower, which vaporises the refrigerant. The change in the state requires energy, which the refrigerant obtains by absorbing heat from its environment. That way, the temperature will fall.
- Compressor – The pressure of the refrigerant is raised with a compressor, and this will make it return to liquid state in the condenser. At the same time, it will transfer energy as heat into its environment.
Do you want to visit Helen Oy?
Get registered for the event and fill in the form or simply write us an Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will get back to you with further details on this exclusive pre-event for the HS2E Europe 2019! Please note that the pre-event has limited capacity for safety and security reasons.