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.
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
The old hospital environment of Kurjenlinna, built in the 19th century, is undergoing almost a complete transformation. The former hospital that was left to decay is currently being redeveloped for residential and office use, where history and state-of-the-art technology meet seamlessly.
We have upgraded our Unis 25-2R, 100-2RF and 150-2RF substations to meet our customers’ high needs even better. Quality, reliability and improved operating ergonomics are at the heart of the upgrades. Our upgraded substations are now more robust to install, easier to handle and easier to maintain.
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.
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.