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Best practices of renewable energy and energy efficiency #Energyleap

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Best practices of renewable energy and energy efficiency from different parts of Finland. Practices presented in the slides are part of a project Towards carbon neutral municipalities (HINKU) which is coordinated by Finnish Environment Institute, SYKE.

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Best practices of renewable energy and energy efficiency #Energyleap

  1. 1. More information Modernisation of the port’s lighting with automated remote control system and LED lighting fixtures Port of Hanko Hanko 2013-2014 15 % 166 000 kg CO2e / year 300 000 € 10 years 5 years
  2. 2. Kiinteistö Oy Tikankontti Tohmajärvi 2015 9 % 30 000 kg CO2e / year 120 000 € 20 years 9 years More information Shift from oil central heating to solar energy and ground source heat pumps in 15 terraced houses
  3. 3. Ice Hall Kitee 2015 24 % 18 000 kgCO2e / year 34 000 € 11 years 4 years More information LED lighting for Kitee Ice Hall
  4. 4. Penttilänranta Joensuu 2015 3,3 % 1 100 kg CO2e / year 8 000 € 20 years 15 years More information Smart LED lighting for pedestrian walkways and cycle paths
  5. 5. Kuittila Farm Nurmes 2012 6 % 200 000 kg CO2e / year 400 000 € 15 years 10 years More information Heat and electricity from farm’s own biomass CHP plant and electricity from solar panels More information
  6. 6. Kesälahti Church Kitee 2015 16 % 29 000 kg CO2e / year 96 000 € 20 years 6 years More information Shift from oil central heating to ground source heat pumps in Kesälahti Church and Parish Hall
  7. 7. Wastewater treatment plant, Joensuu 2013 13 % 600 000 kg CO2e / year 1,1 M € 20 years 7 years More information Wastewaters heat to energy
  8. 8. District heating plant Kiteen Lämpö, Kitee 2012-14 250 % 1 000 000 kg CO2e / year 10 000 € 20 years 0,4 years More information District heating and electricity generated from biogas produced from waste

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