April 15, 2019News

Training – Industrial course on power quality (Math Bollen)

Training: Industrial course on power quality. Course leader: Our close partner Math Bollen. When: 22 – 23 May. 2019. Where: Campus Skellefteå, Sweden More info: https://www.ltu.se/research/subjects/Elkraftteknik/Utbildning/Industriell-kurs-om-elkvalitet-1.179269?l=en The electric power group at Luleå University of Technology in Skellefteå has done a lot of world-leading research in electricity quality and in related areas. Research is often carried out in collaboration with Swedish companies and results are spread to industrial companies, electricity grid owners and other stakeholders, both in Sweden and the rest of the world. arrow_forward

April 1, 2019News

Visit Metrum at Hannover Messe 1-5 April 2019, Hall 12 Stand B49.

Sweden is a partner country to Hannover Messe 2019 and have a huge energy pavilion. Exhibition and many seminars from cutting edge companies and the Sweden Minister of Energy and Digital Development is attending as well. Information about the Energy Pavilion: https://www.hannovermesse.de/exhibitor/swedish-energy-agency/D492112 Metrum will hold seminars on Thursday 4th April and for full program see: https://www.hannovermesse.de/aussteller/sweden-co-lab-pavilion/N1280686 arrow_forward

February 6, 2019News

Swedish government in partnership with Metrum

Metrum receives another financial contribution from Swedfund, the Swedish government Development Finance Institution of the Swedish state. Their goal is to eliminate poverty by creating sustainable business in some of the world’s toughest and most promising growth markets. The financial support via Swedpartnership makes it possible to allocate resources necessary to build stable, long-term and fruitful relations. arrow_forward

December 12, 2018News

Metrum, an R&D leader in enabling renewable energy in the grid, using energy storage and AI technologies

The EU-financed research and development project ACES has now started. https://www.acesproject.eu/. Metrum is the project leader and in partnerships with six other companies from Sweden, Norway and Germany will deliver Adaptive Control of Energy Storage. This will enable a stable energy efficient grid while implementing renewable energy production, using the latest technologies within energy storage. Metrum will continue to be the global leader in energy and power quality measurements. arrow_forward