Energy systems consultancy Solvina is specialized in the dynamic performance of complex industrial processes, power plants and systems. Process, power and control engineering are combined to achieve higher reliability and productivity.
“We have specialist knowledge in analysing plants and power systems in a holistic way, taking into account all aspects of dynamic behaviour of the plants in order to optimize in the right places,” says managing director Niclas Krantz.
In India, Solvina has been working with island operation of power plants, which means testing the ability to operate in an isolated grid when the main grid fails. The work has included several companies in the process industry. Performance has been improved and the plants have been enabled to operate with very few disturbances. Solvina is now ready to expand and contribute to the very ambitious targets for solar, wind and other renewables that have been set up by the Indian government.
“We want to be part of this programme to contribute to the expansion of the Indian grid and power mix as well as the implementation of the huge amount of renewables that is coming up. Our aim is to make that mix as efficient and well-performing as possible,” says Niclas Krantz.
Solvina’s head office is located in Göteborg, Sweden, and the subsidiary in Noida, New Delhi, opened in 2015.