Finland's first geothermal heating plant

The first operating geothermal well in Finland, built at NREP Logicenters’ property in Koskelo, Espoo, is 1,300 meters deep – about a kilometer deeper than ordinary geothermal wells.

In practice, this means an estimated production of more than 1,000 MWh of thermal energy per year, which corresponds to the annual heat consumption of about three apartment buildings. Geothermal energy covers about 60-80 percent of Logicenters’ 16,000 square meter heating.

The project was implemented with the customer, in connection with the Smart Otaniemi project.

ContractorQuantitative Heat Oy
Depth of well1300 m