You will hear what the competition is all about, an outline of the key competition phases, and instructions for how to submit an entry. Key information on the current heating system in Helsinki will also be shared.


You will hear what the competition is all about, an outline of the key competition phases, and instructions for how to submit an entry. Key information on the current heating system in Helsinki will also be shared.

Mayor of Helsinki Jan Vapaavuori will open the broadcast.

Other speakers: Laura Uuttu-Deschryvere, Project Director of Helsinki Energy Challenge and Kaisa-Reeta Koskinen, Project Director of Carbon Neutral Helsinki.

Join the livestream and leave your comments and questions on 16 June at 18:00 EEST/ 17:00 CEST (UCT +3 on the City of Helsinki’s video service at:
https://www.helsinkikanava.fi/en/player/webcast?eventId=52857226&playerId=31375564.

The recording will be available for viewing on the Helsinki Energy Challenge website after the broadcast.

The climate crisis is the most crucial challenge of our time, and cities play a key role in driving the shift to a low-carbon economy. Helsinki wants to offer a platform for new, sustainable and innovative solutions. Helsinki Energy Challenge seeks to find solutions, by means of which the city can be heated in a sustainable way without coal and with as little biomass as possible during the upcoming decades. The grand prize of the competition is one million euros.

The City of Helsinki lives up to its global responsibility in the fight against climate change and is committed to sharing the results of the competition openly, in order to allow other cities to benefit from them in their own climate work.

To learn more about the Helsinki Energy Challenge, go to our website at: www.energychallenge.hel.fi