Experience the world unique arena for research, innovation and new technology in electric power engineering with focus on smart grids during an interactive walk in the hometown of ABB Ludvika. A study visit takes 2-3h.
During the 20th century Ludvika was a center for innovation and development in electric power. Today Ludvika is a world-leading arena for research, innovation and new technology in electric power. The aim of High Voltage Valley is to take care of the world’s resources without decreasing. HVV is an international center for the energy transition and energy efficiency and was founded in 2005. The founder is a regional development company called Samarkand2015 and they set up the HVV center in cooperation with ABB, STRI, KTH, Uppsala University and Chalmers.
HVV makes it possible to figure out solutions to make the worlds energy demand sustainable.
High Voltage Valley Walk is a strolling path in Ludvika where everyone can get inspired, understand and take a further step into a sustainable world. The striking paths show Ludvikas unique position as a world-leading actor in electric power engineering. In cooperation with local companies, academia and public actors we make it possible to experience new technologies within energy efficiency and electric power. High Voltage Valley Walk is an arena for different ideas which will grow, develop and change during time.
High voltage valley walk is marked with signs that show you the direction and by scanning the QR code on the signs; you can easily get to the mobile-adapted homepage. There you can choose different points on the map and get access to both movies and facts about some of the companies that are tied to high voltage valley walk.
The study visit takes around 2-3hours and starts with a presentation of High Voltage Valley.