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Several Finnish Municipalities have committed to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) more extensively and more rapidly than required by the current EU legislation and are further aiming to become carbon neutral. BaseN Platform is utilized already for ten years to measure and visualize HINKU data related to emissions, power consumption and overall resource efficiency.

“BaseN Platform has been a leading environment for several smart cities like Uusikaupunki to monitor the efficiency of the changes they have done for reducing their carbon foot print”, says SVP Sales Jukka Paananen of BaseN. “Companies such as Kalaset fish processing company profit from the new energy efficiency that doesn’t only cut the emissions but as well reduces costs significantly. Pekka Vapanen, CEO of Kalaset has stated that this good experience encourages them even more to find saving options in their energy consumption. For example changing to motion sensor driven LED lights in the freezer halls.”

You can read more about the HINKU project right here

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With energy companies striving to offer increasingly sustainable, smart and safe living options to residents, BaseN paves the way for them to roll out sophisticated energy management systems cost efficiently. BaseN has been serving international manufacturing giants and major ICT companies for the past 15 years in order to turn them into Industrial Internet forerunners. The BaseN Platform brings the required scalability to manage the entire lifecycle of billions of Things. It is the perfect foundation for a wide range of different Industrial Internet and Internet of Things (IoT) services and applications, e.g. in smart buildings and smart factories.

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