Enerhack Camp 2023: Fimpec supporting Sustainable Energy Education for kids

Fimpec, together with its subsidiary HeatConsult OÜ, is participating in making the Enerhack Camp 2023 event in Tallinn, Estonia possible, with an expected participation of approximately 600 children from the Estonian region. The event will take place in Tallinn from July 3rd to July 15th.

Enerhack Camp for Kids, an exceptional initiative aimed at nurturing young minds and fostering a passion for sustainable energy, is set to captivate 600 children aged 7 to 16 at the prestigious Tallinn University of Technology in Estonia.

This free energy camp offers an immersive and interactive experience, empowering the next generation with the knowledge and skills to become environmental champions. With a focus on renewable energy sources, thermal energy, electrical energy, and transport Enerhack Camp for Kids strives to inspire a love for sustainability and empower children to contribute towards building a better future.

For Fimpec participation in the Enerhack Camp for Kids underscores our commitment to social responsibility and the recognition of the vital role engineers play in driving sustainable development. By engaging with young minds at an early age, we aim to install an appreciation for sustainable practices and ignite a lifelong passion for engineering and innovation.

Igor Krupenski, the CEO HeatConsult OÜ at the Enerhack Camp.

At the forefront of this participation is Igor Krupenski, the CEO of HeatConsult and the president of the Estonian Association of Engineers. HeatConsult has been a consistent supporter of the energy camp for three years. Now, Fimpec has joined in to support the camp alongside HeatConsult, further strengthening their commitment to fostering sustainable education and empowering the next generation.

“It is extremely important for us to contribute to the attractiveness of the engineering profession in order to attract top professionals who will build sustainable solutions in the future”, says Krupenski.

“This is already the third such camp, and almost 2,000 participants have visited the previous events, denoting its success. In addition to the researchers of Tallinn University of Technology, more than 30 guest lecturers are coming to the camp, including President of Estonia in 2016–2021 Kersti Kaljulaid, Minister of Education and Science Kristiina Kallas, and Deputy Chancellor of Energy Timo Tatar”, Krupenski continues.

The Enerhack Camp for Kids offers a unique platform for children to engage in hands-on activities, workshops, and experiments, providing them with an immersive experience of the energy industry’s exciting possibilities. By sharing knowledge and igniting curiosity, we aim to support a new generation that will drive innovation, create sustainable solutions, and shape a greener future.

For more information, please contact

Igor Krupenski

CEO, HeatConsult OÜ



+372 58 003 989

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