Tricon and Suvic to build a heat pump plant for Fortum

Tricon and Suvic have joined forces to construct a heat pump plant for Fortum in Espoo’s Hepokorvi data center area. This collaboration aims to revolutionize waste heat utilization, benefiting Fortum’s district heating network in the upcoming data center zone. The heat pump facility will harness waste heat from the data center and ambient air, housing heat recovery units, air-to-water heat pumps, and an electric boiler in a dedicated building. Fortum Power and Heat Ltd. is the client for this innovative project, which aims to significantly reduce fossil fuel-based heat production in Espoo’s district heating network. By transferring heat to the district heating system, the project will provide sustainable heating solutions to thousands of homes and businesses. Heat production is expected to commence from the 2025–2026 heating season onward.

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