The City of Hyvinkää digitalizes its public buildings to become CO2 neutral

by Francesca

HyvinkäänLämpövoima, the City of Hyvinkää’sdistrict heating company, has initiated a cooperation with Nuukato digitalize the city’s public buildings as part of the plan to reduce the city carbon footprint.

The Finnish city of Hyvinkää has a target of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2030. The cooperation with Nuuka, starting in November 2020, is a concrete part of the city’s plan to become carbon neutral.

Nuuka’s cloud-based platform will be used as part of HyvinkäänLämpövoima’sWiRE control room service. Nuuka’s solution will collect and analyze all building automation system data and diagnose all building processes. Nuuka will provide the city with the necessary sensors and hardware to secure a swift implementation.

The second step in the project is to optimize the buildings utilizingNuuka’s Artificial intelligence software, Nuuka AI Air, to enable the HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) of the buildings to be continuously optimized and to free resources for the city’s maintenance team from monitoring the systems manually.

“We are very proud to become a partner withHyvinkäänLämpövoima and City of Hyvinkää, says Olli Parkkonen, Head of Business Development at Nuuka. “Using our proven technology, we are enabling buildings to be healthy for people, businesses, and the environment.”

HyvinkäänLämpövoima is a district heating company founded in 1974 and fully owned by the City of Hyvinkää.

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