A sum of EUR 1 million is allocated for the budget to be shared between eight major districts.
Energy renovation of Kakskertatalo
Summary of the plan
Kakskertatalo is a “village community house” for residents of the Satava-Kakskerta area. The proposed plan would lower the maintenance costs of the house and enable activities, such as hobbies, gatherings and family celebrations to continue on the premises.
Major area/exact location
Hirvensalo-Kakskerta, Vapparintie 118, FI-20960 Turku
Area of the former Kakskerta municipality, Kakskerta, Satava, Kulho and approx. 20 other surrounding islands.
The reduction of heating costs of Kakskertatalo so that the house can continue to be used for the needs of the residents and communities. Kakskertatalo is the only meeting place suitable for this purpose. A considerable additional goal is the use of renewable energy to support the city’s target to become carbon neutral by 2029 when Turku turns 800 years old.
Installing a geothermal heat pump for the house. Requires making an approximately 200 m deep bore well to obtain sufficient heat energy.
Communities and people involved in the implementation
The current tenants of Kakskertatalo Kakskertaseura ry and the scout troop Kakskerran Kaksoispiste ry under the supervision of the City of Turku. The practical entity is a house committee formed by these two. Chairman of the committee is Seppo Muurinen and members include Jarkko Koskinen from Kakskertaseura, the tenant manager Outi Kauppi and Jani Eteläkoski from the scout troop.