FVB Linköping is expanding with building services
FVB in Linköping is expanding its service offerings to include building energy. Services such as energy mapping and energy efficiency are included in this offering.
Linköping Municipality has established the goal of being a carbon neutral municipality by 2025, which is 25 years earlier than most. This is a goal that requires expertise in a wide variety of energy fields. Some of this expertise comes from FVB as the municipality works with its extensive investments in district heating, district cooling, and biogas.
In addition to operations in these profile areas, FVB in Linköping is currently expanding its range of services to include building energy.
”This is an area that FVB’s offices in Stockholm and Sundsvall already work with,” says Fredrik Nilsson, who is responsible for the building investments in the Linköping office. We are now making an investment here in Linköping by expanding our product portfolio and making even better use of our knowledge.
These services mean that FVB “is moving indoors,” as Fredrik Nilsson puts it. For example, this might mean energy mapping, streamlining measures, and energy projects in ventilation, adjusting heating systems, or overhauling lighting.
“Streamlining lighting systems often leads to major savings. As a whole, the building services make us a more complete energy consulting company,” says Fredrik Nilsson.
The services will partly be offered and targeted to existing customers and industries, both industrial and real estate companies.
At FVB, there is a perception that existing energy systems in buildings don’t always work as efficiently as conditions allow. We truly believe we can make a difference here through better technical and economic solutions that are fundamentally based on a good understanding of systems. Our experience from larger and more complex energy systems is a perfect foundation of expertise for the technical challenges in real estate systems, where function is as important as a good operating economy.
FVB highly values and wants to refine the sustainability thinking in society and further develop it in the real estate industry.
“We would like to see existing systems primarily be optimized when renovations and additions in energy systems are being made. To succeed in this requires experience, expertise, and commitment when new and existing systems need to work together. Just focusing on replacing hardware is not sustainable, either financially or in terms of the earth’s resources,” says Tobias Seborn, who is responsible for the Linköping office.
For more information: Fredrik A. Nilsson, +46(0)13-25 09 52