Our Power Systems department helps utilities, energy companies, suppliers and industry overcome the challenges of a rapidly changing environment by providing independent consulting and engineering services. As technology neutral advisors, we tailor solutions that allow our clients to innovate and meet the green future.

The Nordic electrification is increasing due to new and higher demand for energy, together with the shift from fossil to renewable energy sources. This leads to a change in generation, transmission and consumption of electricity. New challenges arise for utilities and other industry, for example:

  • The growth in electronic devices introduces problems and require studies related to power quality.

  • The electrification of transport and a higher demand for instantaneous power has forced utilities to find new ways of improving the utilisation of the existing grid in order to minimise capital expenditure (CAPEX).

  • The electric grid needs to be adaptive to meet the needs of new industries such as data centres, which shift the consumption to new locations.

Future Technology help our clients solve these and other challenges and find optimal solutions.
    We can help with everything from studies and analyses on power systems to engineering and technical specifications/purchases. Examples of our services include:
      Design & Engineering

      • Concept study of present and future power systems

      • Front-end/basis/detail engineering

      • Connection of distributed generation

      • Micro grid and energy storage

      • Application to NVE, Innovation Norway etc.

      • Technical specification for components like switchgear, transformers and arc-suppression coils

      • Control systems (SCADA, IEC 61850 etc.)

      • Relay coordination and selectivity


      • Power flow and short-circuit

      • Transient and dynamic effects

      • Electrical and magnetic fields

      • Quality of supply (voltage, harmonics etc.)

      • Cable sizing

      • Motor start

      • Arc flash

      • Post-mortem fault analysis

      Project support

      • Participate and help clients purchasing components such as control systems, switchgear, transformers and arc-suppression coils

      • Technical vs. commercial evaluation

      • Preparation, lead design review meeting and factory acceptance test (FAT)

      • Site acceptance test (SAT) and commissioning
      Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information about our service offering. We are familiar with voltage systems from 230 V up to 420 kV.

      Our personnel are also available for dedicated hire in short- and long-term projects.

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