Evolution Road – the next generation electric road
In the Evolution Road project, the next generation of Electric Roads (ERS) is being demonstrated and tested at a test site in Lund. The ERS provides a charging infrastructure for all kinds of electric vehicles – with benefits such as extended driving, seamless charging and reduced need for heavy batteries in our vehicles.
MAX IV – synchrotron laboratory recycles excess heat via district heating system
The MAX IV Laboratory is a high-performance synchrotron laboratory which has been built with high ambitions to be energy efficient and mostly use energy from renewable resources. It recycles the excess heat via the district heating system in Lund and in return receives cooling water for the accelerator equipment. The facility was the first building to receive the classification BREEAM-SE.
New technology makes the electricity grid smart
Smart sensors, redundant radio communication, AI-based decision support and advanced data analysis makes it possible to detect and position faults in the electricity grid immediately. In 2018, Exeri’s system was put into operation in the electricity grid around Malå, Sweden. Skellefteå Kraft installed the system for monitoring an approximately 40 kilometer long section and after the positive evaluation of the installation, the company now chooses to proceed with installation of monitoring and sensors on a large part of the electric grid.