Massive savings for housing company Honkakukkula with ground source heat

As Oy Honkakukkula is a housing company of row houses, built in the 1970s in Ylöjärvi. The company covers a total of 20 apartments as well as a storage/heating station building. The previously fully oil-heated housing company was installed with a ground source heating system with Gebwell heat pumps and accumulators.

Sami Kokkonen, chairman of the board for housing company Honkakukkula, explains that in addition to its ease of use, residents have enjoyed the lower energy costs of the system.

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