Message from the CEO

“Technology, customers and employees are the focus of this FVB newsletter.” Energy storage is a hot topic in the energy industry. This is true in the ...

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New accumulator tank provides spare capacity in Uppsala

The need for district cooling is growing sharply in Uppsala and feasibility studies for a new accumulator tank for the district cooling system started back ...

FVB is expanding in the UK

We are expanding our global business and opening a new office in Reading, just west of London. The company is called FVB District Energy UK Ltd ...

We meet customers’ growing need for system analyses

System analyses are an increasingly natural part of FVB’s work, and to meet customers’ growing need for system analyses we have now formed a special ...

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Good end results when Ekeby treatment plant built a new sludge treatment facility

Eskilstuna Strängnäs Energi och Miljö needed to build a new sludge treatment facility. In 2017, FVB was tasked with project management and programming for the ...

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FVB is investing in research and development

At FVB, we believe knowledge is important. One way to contribute to better knowledge in the industry, but also to steadily increase the skills of ...

4th generation district heating requires lower temperatures

In an R&D project, Cilla Dahlberg Larsson describes how we need to adapt the equipment in new residential buildings to be able to use 4th ...

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Safer and more efficient district heating deliveries through new lines in Jönköping

Jönköping Energi wants district heating production to be concentrated to its plant in Torsvik. FVB got the assignment, which includes both transit lines and pump ...

We need more women in this industry

FVB is looking to improve in several different areas and there are lots of good reasons to work for us. Like many other employers in ...

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We want to expand our knowledge in the water and sewer field

FVB is a knowledgeable and active player in the water and sewer market. Now we want to expand this business area. This means both developing ...

New faces at FVB

We are pleased to present 10 new employees and wish them a warm welcome! Aksel Holmberg Aksel is a civil engineer in energy technology and has been ...

Active retirement club in Västerås

In the early 2000s, several FVBers started to reach retirement age. Some had worked at the company for 25-30 years and some had been involved ...

New head of FVB’s office in Gothenburg

Lennart Larsson will become the new head of FVB’s office in Gothenburg. Lennart has been previously employed at FVB, including being the office manager in ...

Curious about district heating?

Learn more about a great energy system that recycles heat that would otherwise be lost! In collaboration with Professor Sven Werner from Halmstad University, FVB organizes a basic course for those who want to get a good introductory overview of district heating systems. Next course opportunity: 8-10 October 2019 in Gothenburg. For more information: www.fvb.se/utbildning

Status and risk assessment of district heating networks

FVB can help develop methods for status assessment and risk management, and offer suggestions for customized maintenance methods for district heating networks based on your local conditions. Identification, analysis and classification of risks are used to prioritize the right investments in the right place at the right time.   For more information: Kristin Åkerlund, 026-14 16 20 Sofie Beno, 031-10 60 84