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QHeat’s geothermal wells generate clean, unlimited, and self-reliant energy tailored for large-scale properties, positioning real estate investments to comply with the sustainability demands of the future. Cost of money Responsibility has often been associated with soft values and the production of uninspired reports. That era is over: now and into the future, responsibility, particularly through...
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A geothermal heat well built with Quantitative Heat Oy’s technology was drilled to a depth of two kilometers at Lounavoima Oy’s eco-power plant in Salo, Southern Finland. It is the second of six thermal wells planned for the Korvenmäki Waste-to-Energy plant. “This is a huge leap in the utilization of geoenergy,” says Erika Salmenvaara, CEO...
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It has been some 18 months since the Climate Fund made the investment decision to finance QHeat’s purchase of more efficient equipment for drilling medium-deep heat wells. Since then, QHeat has commissioned three heat well projects in Finland and cooperation in their first ever international project in Estonia has begun. QHeat’s CEO Erika Salmenvaara shared...
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Six apartment buildings in Finnoo, Espoo, Finland are heated completely emission-free with the help of QHeat’s geothermal heat wells, which efficiently bring the many benefits of geothermal heat to a densely built environment and large sites. At first glance, the new development project located on Peijinkatu in Finnoo, Espoo, appears similar to other developing areas...
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Geothermal heating plant built by QHeat for Vantaan Energia has started operations in Varisto, Vantaa. The plant consists of three heating wells about 800 metres deep. Estimated annual energy production of the wells is 2,600 megawatt hours, which corresponds to the annual heating demand of about 130 private houses. ”Our customers get the benefits of...
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At Lounavoima, climate values and sustainably produced energy guide all operations. QHeat’s heat well reduces energy waste and cuts the use of fossil fuels. “In the Salo region, production companies and especially international companies are becoming more and more aware of the sustainability of their energy mix. District heating customers need and demand emission-free energy....
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There is a lot of untapped potential in heat recycling, writes the director of a geothermal heat well company in an opinion piece. A large supermarket or shopping center not only uses but also generates a huge amount of heat energy. The energy generated by cooling systems and the heat from the exhaust air together...
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The strengths of QHeat of the business is the unique and already proven technology and its scalability. With QHeat’s unique technology, geothermal energy from medium-deep heat wells can be used as efficiently as possible for heating, cooling and heat storage. “The biggest climate action that our company can do is to speed up the development...
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A step taken towards Finland’s first geothermal district heating network. In Finnoo’s Djupsundsbäcken, inexhaustible geothermal energy from a depth of 1 500 meters will soon be used for heating. When completed, the geothermal district heating network, which is being built in cooperation between QHeat and Avara and TA-Asunnot Oy, will provide heating energy for six...
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The Finnish Climate Fund presented the solutions of its investment targets in the SuomiAreena panel. Geothermal energy, gas turbines and recovery of materials from waste slag are examples of technologies that solve the challenges of climate change and offer growth opportunities for Finland. In the spring of 2022, QHeat became one of the Climate Fund’s...
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