Mustikkamaa heat storage caves under construction

The Helsinki energy company Helen is building Finland’s largest heat storage facility in former undergroundoil storage caves in the Mustikkamaa island. The reconverted caves will store hot water. The amount of hot water that can be stored in the caves corresponds to 40 times the amount of water in the pools of the Helsinki Olympic Stadium.

Helsinki receives main award at London’s TechFest innovation event

The City of Helsinki's Kalasatama Digital Twins project won the international Cities Visionary Award, as well as the Judges’ Supreme Award, which is the main award of the entire event, at the TechFest event arranged in London at the end of September.

Helsinki receives main award at London’s TechFest innovation event

The City of Helsinki's Kalasatama Digital Twins project won the international Cities Visionary Award, as well as the Judges’ Supreme Award, which is the main award of the entire event, at the TechFest event arranged in London at the end of September.

Helsinki invites cities to solve global problems together

Helsinki Impact Conference will this week bring a great number of decision-makers, researchers and urban policy influencers, who take an interest in sustainable city development, to the Music Centre in Helsinki. As host of the Conference, the City of Helsinki wishes to boost inter-city cooperation, which is needed to solve global problems and to tighten the European community.

Helsinki invites cities to solve global problems together

Helsinki Impact Conference will this week bring a great number of decision-makers, researchers and urban policy influencers, who take an interest in sustainable city development, to the Music Centre in Helsinki. As host of the Conference, the City of Helsinki wishes to boost inter-city cooperation, which is needed to solve global problems and to tighten the European community.

From now onwards, better chance for English-speakers to get by in Helsinki

Helsinki is becoming considerably more international and diverse, as about two-thirds of those relocating to the city currently come from places beyond Finland’s borders. In order to sustain the vitality of industry and commerce in Helsinki, the region must be able to attract a substantial amount of additional international skill from abroad. To be able to meet these needs, Helsinki will improve its English-language services by 2021, entailing all its divisions. The improvements will be felt especially in the City’s digital services and in its customer service.

Come and listen how cities solve global problems

The international Helsinki Impact Conference is arranged at Helsinki Music Centre on 9-10 October. At the Conference, answers are sought to questions on how cities can work together with increased efficiency as solvers of global problems and uniters of the European community.

Come and listen how cities solve global problems

The international Helsinki Impact Conference is arranged at Helsinki Music Centre on 9-10 October. At the Conference, answers are sought to questions on how cities can work together with increased efficiency as solvers of global problems and uniters of the European community.