Oilon as a company
Creating energy technology for sustainable future.
Oilon is a family-owned, global energy and environmental technology company, founded in 1961. Oilon specializes in environmental technology with a special emphasis on research and development. The focus areas of the research and development are on improving energy efficiency, decreasing emission levels, and developing new solutions using renewable energy sources.
The focus technologies are:
- industrial heat pumps and chillers
- ground source heat pumps
- burners and combustion systems for liquid and gaseous fuels in the capacity range of 10 kW – 90 MW
The service activities are in an important role throughout the product life cycle.
Oilon solutions and systems are used for heating and cooling large buildings and facilities, and for heating private houses. Key industrial customers include power plants, pulp and paper mills, process industry, waste incineration plants, marine operators, and districts heating plants.
Oilon with its turnover of 70 million euros has 380 employees. Oilon has operations in Finland, USA and China and sales offices in Brazil and Germany, and in addition, more than 70 resellers worldwide.
We are proud of what we do at Oilon. Our work focuses on high competence and responsible operations according to our values. Our values and our Code of Conduct describe our vision of how we work and what we want to achieve as a company. Our goal is to act globally providing customers with better and more environmentally friendly solutions.
For us every customer is important and together we reach the goals.
We challenge ourselves and others towards new ways of working and more environmentally friendly solutions.
We understand the past and want to develop the future. We want to be a pioneer in our industry.
Every employee of Oilon takes responsibility for their work and its meaning for the company, customers and society.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals
The sustainable development goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice.