The School of Metsäkalteva is one of the City of Hyvinkää’s public buildings connected to Nuuka’s cloud-based services (Nuuka)

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Finnish city of Hyvinkää goes digital to monitor building energy performance

25 November 2020 | By GCR Staff | 0 Comments

The Finnish city of Hyvinkää has teamed up with Nuuka, a Finnish technology company, to put sensors in all its public buildings so it can manage their energy performance better.

The effort is part of Hyvinkää plan to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2030.

The city’s district heating company will install sensors to collect building automation data in order to diagnose the buildings’ energy performance.

Then, Nuuka’s AI software will suggest ways HVAC systems can be tuned for better results.

Olli Parkkonen, head of business development at Nuuka, said: “Using our proven technology, we are enabling buildings to be healthy for people, businesses, and the environment.”

Image: The School of Metsäkalteva is one of the City of Hyvinkää's public buildings connected to Nuuka’s cloud-based services (Nuuka)