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Anders Skånlund

“We’re wasting the power grid’s capacity”

The power grid’s capacity fluctuates, and sensors could reveal the actual capacity of the power lines in real-time …

“Collaboration is key” – CINELDI Days 2021

Just as the politicians at COP26 ironed out the last kinks in the new agreement, Heimdall Power attended …

Heimdall Power is growing its sales force

With an exciting and demanding future ahead of us, Heimdall Power is growing its sales force to tackle …

Anders Skånlund

A historic opportunity to upgrade the power grid

Electrification, growing consumption and the variability of renewable generation pose challenges to the capacity of our power grids. …

Anders Skånlund

Unlocking the true grid capacities

Increasing the capacity in electric grids usually means costly upgrades or building new lines. New technology can however …

Digitized power grid as a competitive advantage

First published in E24 on May 2, 2021. The electrical power system is the world’s largest piece of …

Game
changer

Installing a live electrical wire is a costly and complicated operation, often involving helicopters and power shutdowns. But …

The smart
guardian

With its minimalistic design, a silver sphere about the size of a soccer ball, the Neuron looks almost …

Elvia installations

New energy
digitalization

The power lines connecting Gjøvik and Dokka are among the most important connections for transporting hydro power from …

Øyvind at Heimdall Power

Tensio instrument their 10th power line

We are excited and delighted that Tensio is expanding their use of Heimdall Power services to monitor vital …

Installation on Swissgrid overhead power lines

The Swiss TSO, Swissgrid, is carrying out installation work on the 220kV high-voltage lines in Handeck – Innertkirchen …

Saga Pure ASA: To invest NOK 75 million in Heimdall Power

Saga Pure ASA (Saga, OSE: SAGA) has entered into an agreement to invest NOK 75 million in Heimdall …

Neuron

Ice monitoring of Austrian Power Grid’s overhead lines

Several sensor units (neurons) will be placed all over Austria to detect and predict icing events. APG will …

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