In Merihaka, Helsinki, housing association Haapaniemenkatu 12 is installing Salusfin’s smart heating controls to all apartments. Smart thermostats enable dynamic heating controls, energy savings and added comfort. Residents can adjust temperatures according to daily or weekly schedules, e.g. drop temperature during night time or vacation.
KSOY and Salusfin signed an agreement on September 29th 2017. Agreement covers e.g. the use of smart thermostats and effects on energy consumption, Demand-response algorithms, security and safety features and metering energy consumption in real time.
KSOY is Finnish utility company with over 100 000 subscribers and electricity grid of 50 000 km.
US patent authority granted the patent on “SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR AUTOMATED HOUSEHOLD ENERGY MANAGEMENT BASED ON CLASSIFICATION AND LOCATION INFORMATION”
The patent combines controlling features and component capabilities with energy usage profile and location based service.
Patent application No. 9,733,656 – US
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General meeting of housing association Helsingin Haapaniemenkatu 12 made a decision to participate in mySMARTLife-project.
Salusfin will install heating controls in 170 apartments. With the solution heating can be adjusted based on individual needs on room level.
As part of the project, Helen Oy and Salusfin will pilot demand-response on district heated house.
Objective is to install the solution in 12 district heated houses during the project.
Cities globally produce 70% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Helsinki is taking great steps with its people and businesses to make the city carbon neutral.
This goal is supported by the mySMARTLife project, which includes an experiment with autonomous electric bus and encourages and provides advice to housing associations in Merihaka to become more energy efficient.
The project is implemented by City of Helsinki, Helen Oy, Forum Virium Helsinki Oy, Metropolia Polytechnic, VTT Technical Research Center and Fourdeg Oy and Salusfin Oy. The European Commission has granted a € 18 million funding for a joint project in 2017-2022. The budget for the Helsinki measures is € 5.6 million. The project also includes the cities of Hamburg and Nantes.