Message from the CEO 46

The corona pandemic is putting us through tough trials, but is also leading us to new insights and solutions. Right now, a lot of things revolve ...

FVB – 50 years old with a focus on sustainable growth!

Comprehensive in energy – with cutting-edge expertise. These are two important success factors for FVB. The company is now celebrating 50 years and looking to ...

FVB-Nytt nr 46

FVB Linköping is expanding with real estate services

FVB in Linköping is expanding its service offerings to include real estate energy. Services such as energy mapping and energy efficiency are included in this ...

Two successful decades in Linköping

The same year FVB is celebrating 50 years as a company, the Linköping office is turning 20. Two decades of development, expansion, and challenging assignments ...

Tough environment to get district cooling to Bromma

The environmental aspects are important for NCC, so Norrenergi’s district cooling will cool new offices, stores, and hotels at Hangar 5, near Bromma Stockholm Airport. ...

Course in Basic District Heating

Due to the current situation with Covid-19, the spring training in Basic District Heating has been canceled. Hopefully, we can conduct the training this autumn ...

Together for 50 years

On April 1, 1970, Södertörn Fjärrvärme AB connected its first district heating customer – an apartment building on Albyberget, south of Stockholm. The company now ...

District heating – the key to reaching climate goals in the U.K.

As you know, England is a little behind Sweden when it comes to expanding district heating. Business Sweden, which runs Heat Networks in England, published ...

Research heats a new district

In the Swedish city Lund, Kraftringen is building one of the world largest low-temperature systems for district heating. Residual heat from the MAX IV research ...

FVB Örebro takes the bike to projects in the city

FVB has quality and environmental goals designed to lead to continuous improvement of the quality, environmental impact, and working environment of our operations. To contribute ...

Expanded cooperation with Mid Sweden University

Mid Sweden University is expanding its cooperation with FVB. This means that even more students will be educated about what is happening in the energy ...

3D scanning and analysis of pipe systems in Umeå

Ålidhem’s heating plant is one of Umeå Energi’s largest facilities. FVB has been commissioned to perform 3D scanning to create an accurate 3D model of ...

New faces at FVB

We have hired six new employees since the last issue of the FVB Newsletter. Linnea Cedergren Linnea Cedergren has been hired in the distribution group in Stockholm. ...

FVB certified in work environment

FVB is now certified in ISO 45001, Work Environment. The review went smoothly without any anomalies. With this, FVB is now certified in three areas: ...

New framework agreements

Göteborg Energi FVB is very pleased to have won a new framework agreement with Göteborg Energi. The agreement gives FVB an excellent foundation for a continued positive long-term cooperation. Jönköping Energi FVB has also won a framework agreement with Jönköping Energi. The agreement runs for 3 years and FVB is looking forward to a continued positive cooperation with Jönköping Energi.

Köping and Kolsva are being connected to district heating

FVB has been commissioned by Västra Mälardalen’s Energy and Environment to plan and lead the construction of transit line DN150 between Köping and Kolsva, a stretch of 12 km. The project also includes planning three pump stations. The line is expected to be put into operation in the summer of 2021.

FVB is increasing its presence in Hälsingland

As of June 1, you will find FVB at Mickelsvägen 4 A in Hudiksvall. When the coronavirus restrictions have been lifted, you are welcome to come in for a cup of coffee and a chat about real estate, production, distribution, or automation. You will be able to read more about our expansion in Hälsingland and Gävleborg in our next issue.

FVB plans for maintenance shutdown

FVB has been commissioned by Falu Energi & Vatten to develop workplans for a maintenance shutdown of anaerobic digesters at the Främby treatment plant. The assignment consists of developing a workplan and instructions for implementation from day one. The facility consists of two anaerobic digesters, where the maintenance shutdown will include stopping one anaerobic digester with continued full operation of the other one. After the maintenance, the anaerobic digester will be restarted and the same procedure will be done for the other anaerobic digester.