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29.3.2022
With support from Intera, HögforsGST answers the demand for heating and cooling solutions created by the energy transition by accelerating the company’s growth, development of solutions and internationalization.
21.3.2022
HögforsGST’s new heat recovery air handling unit operates with improved efficiency and lower installation and operating costs. Thanks to an efficient three-phase cell, smaller pipelines, improved design and smart features, the new heat recovery unit improves heat recovery performance and shortens payback time. Read more from the article!
7.10.2021
HögforsGST implemented the first district heating substations utilizing the new Mid-Cooling connection for two terraced house properties in Oulu, Finland. The mid-cooling connection, a revolutionizing innovation for the district heating industry, has improved the energy efficiency and lowered the return temperatures of district heating already during the first heating season.
27.9.2021

During the following decade, a smart energy system will be built in Oulu’s Karjasilta area. The smart fourth-generation district energy system will both heat and cool the area's properties. The residental area will be built by Hartela Oy and Oulun Energia is responsible for implementing the district energy system. Karjasilta’s hybrid heating and cooling system is manufactured and supplied by HögforsGST.

17.8.2021
HögforsGST has designed and implemented a smart and energy-efficient heating and cooling system to Turku Student Village as part of the EU-funded RESPONSE project. Read more about the project here!
29.7.2021
The energy system at HögforsGST's new plant is one of its kind: the unique HybridHEAT system utilizes the best of both heat pump technology and geothermal energy. The factory’s crown is a large solar power plant, which produces more electricity than the building consumes. The new factory is therefore a modern zero-energy building. Read more in the article!
17.11.2020

HögforsGST has made an investment in Bithouse, a hardware and software development company based in Tampere, Finland. The investment is a natural continuation of the collaboration between HögforsGST's software development team and Bithouse, which has focused e.g. on the development of HögforsGST's Fiksu Control System.
 

2.11.2020

HögforsGST is involved in the RESPONSE project, funded by the European Commission, which aims to create a strategic vision for the energy transition of smart cities towards climate neutrality by 2050. In order to realize this vision, RESPONSE strives to solve challenges related to energy security, affordability and environmental sustainability. RESPONSE is a project involving not only two lighthouse cities (Dijon and Turku) but also eight partner cities. RESPONSE is a part of the EU's Horizon 2020

29.9.2020
HögforsGST has developed a new 3-step Mid-Cooling Connection for district heating substations, which differs from other commonly used connections. The 3-step connection improves the Delta T, which means that the new substation is significantly more energy efficient than existing district heating equipment.
21.8.2020
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Blogs

6.6.2022 - Åke Vikstedt
HögforsGST's Key Account Manager Åke Vikstedt, who has a long experience working within the energy industry, writes about the current developments in the Finnish district heating industry.
29.9.2020 - Antti Hartman
HögforsGST's Managing Director Antti Hartman says that a scrapping premium for old substations would benefit the district heating industry tremendously. Replacing old equipment with new technology would not only improve the energy efficiency of district heating, but also reduce CO2 emissions.
17.9.2020 - Antti Hartman
Have you ever wondered how homes will be heated in the future when fossil fuels have come to an end? In this blog, we present four future options for fossil fuels.
17.9.2020 - Antti Hartman

Have you ever wondered how homes will be heated in the future when the age of fossil fuels has come to an end? In this blog, we present three sustainable substitutes for fossil fuels. All presented forms of energy are already being utilized in energy production.

7.9.2020 -

Our blog series on future district heating will once again take a step towards better district heating, as lower temperatures get the spotlight. Why should district heating network temperatures be lowered and what are the benefits? These questions among many others are answered by our expert Jussi Sjöström and our Managing Director Antti Hartman.