Illustration of the new Cleantech Garden campus in Espoo, Finland.

Cleantech Garden

The Cleantech Garden under development in Kiviruukki, Kivenlahti area of Espoo, will become a prominent centre for global business, research and learning. The Cleantech Garden campus offers multifunctional spaces to support innovation in the immediate vicinity of Kivenlahti metro station.

The Cleantech Garden to be developed in phases brings together the noteworthiest companies, research institutes and educational establishments in clean tech. The leading themes of Cleantech Garden are mobile solutions, circular bioeconomy, sustainable food system and carbon-neutral energy economy.

Campus underway at Kivenlahti metro station in Espoo

The Cleantech Garden campus with a total floor area of 50,000 sq. m. can be easily reached by public transport and car, for example, via Länsiväylä. It is just a few steps away from the Kivenlahti metro station which means excellent connections to any destination in the greater Helsinki area. In addition, the Helsinki-Vantaa airport is within half hour’s drive from the campus.

Education meets business at Cleantech Garden

The campus area includes a wide range of research and office spaces designed for the clean tech industry. Other users include the vocational school Omnia, the City of Espoo and the existing VTT Bioruukki Pilot Centre for new bio-based products and circular economy solutions. In the heart of the campus rises the Garden, an open venue for all to explore innovations in clean tech.

Space-sharing solutions release resources

The space-sharing solutions at Cleantech Garden enable utilising the space for many different purposes, including research, product development and learning.  The laboratories, marker spaces and project rooms support business activities from product development to workshops. The Cleantech Garden auditorium and showrooms offer a modern venue for product launches, customer occasions and other events.

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Sales Manager, NCC Property Development

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Investment Manager, NCC Property Development

Quick Facts
  • City: Espoo
  • Project phase: Future
  • Goal for completion of phase one: 2024
  • Office and research spaces: 30 000 m²
  • Spaces for education: 18 000 m²
  • Parking spaces: 600
  • Certificates: Aiming for BREEAM Excellent