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June 26, 2019News

Metrum invited by Minister of Foreign Affairs - EU Integration of Western Balkans.

Opportunities in Energy and Electricity Infrastructure in Western Balkans countries. Metrum was invited by Sweden Foreign Minister Margot Wallström to participate in a panel 24th of June on economic development in the Western Balkan region, as part of an EU integration. A panel introduced by Sweden Minister of Foreign Trade Ann Linde, where Ministers from Western Balkan discussed and highlighted interest and importance of investments in renewable energy as well as the grid infrastructure. Except interesting input from Metrum on the importance of measurement of power quality in the energy transition, arrow_forward

May 25, 2019News

Power Quality in focus at Africa Utility Week - Metrum part of the Nordic Utility Days

Deputy Minister of Trade from Sweden, Mr Niklas Johansson, highlighted the importance of measurements, including at power quality, during his key note at Africa Utility Week, 14-16 May 2019 in Cape Town. Minister of Energy, Mr Jeff  Radebe, from South Africa, attended the Nordic Utility Days as well and stated that the economy is not growing in line with expectations in South Africa and that the energy sector is the engine of economic growth. There is a need to increase the energy generation and old infrastructure needs to be upgraded due to renewable energy. arrow_forward

Market leading solutions for power quality measurement

Metrum develops world leading, intelligent measurement systems for power quality, and offers customers ground breaking innovations based on scientific research. With the implementation of artificial intelligence, Metrum now provides customers with the next generation of custom made solutions in power quality measurement.

Custom solutions arrow_forward

Metrum offers its customers tailor made comprehensive solutions for power quality measurement, where the customer's unique requirements comprise the foundation for the delivered solution.

Instruments arrow_forward

Metrum delivers several market leading measurement instruments for energy and power quality, with unique and maximum capacity.

Systems arrow_forward

Through Metrum's extensive system application, customers are offered a user friendly overview of advanced power quality analyses.

Metrum's cases

Copperbelt Energy arrow_forward

By measuring power quality, the Zambian electricity company The Copperbelt Energy Corporation Plc (CEC) delivers better products to their customers, and can better comply with the applicable standards, as reporting to the regulator.

Sandvik arrow_forward

Sandvik Materials Technology, SMT, has invested in Metrum’s measurement system to reduce energy consumption. Awareness of power quality and reactive power, as well as a wider interest in energy efficiency activities, are all positive side effects.

Industries

Today's modern power system includes completely new technical solutions which create a more complex power environment. With rising energy prices, there are increasing demands from both energy companies and end-users for both reliable delivery quality and optimal power quality, so that equipment can function satisfactorily in its environment. In the end, both these aspects lead to cost savings.

Metrum’s intelligent measuring system provides a solution for this in a variety of fields, as energy companies, industry, renewable energy, real estate, the marine sector, and others.

Read more about Metrum's involvement in these industries here.

About us

Metrum develops and globally markets unique system solutions for measurement of energy, disturbances and faults in the area of power quality and corresponding applications in a way that makes it possible for Metrum’s customers to carry out analysis easily, with the aim of taking optimized action to save energy, reduce cost and reduce environmental impact.

This means that we will:

  • Supply answers, not questions
  • Bring added value to existing systems
  • Create modular standard solutions
  • Develop products in accordance with existing norms
  • Supply maximum information with minimum amount of data
  • Create products with unique performance at the best possible price