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2
Jul

Unipower offers machine learning based power quality analysis in collaboration with the Chalmers startup Eneryield

Through a collaboration with the Chalmers startup Eneryield, which develops machine learning based methods for intelligent power quality analysis, Unipower will be offering a new type of analytics report to give insights in the work within power quality. Ebrahim Balouji and Karl Bäckström are the Chalmers researchers who have developed the technology. The product enables new functionalities for identifying root

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30
Jun

Weather changes with thunderstorms all over Sweden

Many industries were hit by unplanned stops over the weekend. In some places network disruptions led to power outages. Our Swedish Meteorological Institute SMHI issues forecasts of which regions are likely to be affected. However, since weather changes occur very quickly, it is hard to predict what damage they will actually cause. It is important in such situations to have

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27
May

Unipower featured in business TV program

For international companies wishing to enter the European market, Power Quality can be a determining factor in the choice of industrial location. However, it is not only the actual power quality that plays an important role in such decisions. It is also the detailed long-term documentation of Power Quality over several years that is crucial for the decision of where

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26
May

Stability in worrying times

Dear customers, friends and partners. In these times with Covid-19 I feel it appropriate to give you all a status report on the situation at Unipower. Production wise we assumed already in January that we could get a shortage in supplies if not acting proactively. In response we decided to double our safety stock, not to face shortages later in

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14
Apr

Video calls and video conferences

We are available on MS Teams, Skype, TeamViewer and WhatsApp for video meetings. Please get in touch for demonstrations, discussions and support.

3
Mar

Energy efficiency in focus at Górazdze Cement

Górazdze is HeidelbergCement’s largest, most modern cement plant in Europe. Working with constant energy efficiency improvement and increased immunity in all parts of the production is therefore of the utmost importance to the Górażdże Cement team and requires managerial supervision. To improve the Power Quality awareness Górażdże Cement implemented PQ Secure management system and have now 24/7 surveillance at their

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7
Jan

Unipower seminar in Oman and UAE in April

Unipower will arrange a seminar series. It will take place in Muscat/Oman, Dubai and Abu Dhabi from April 5th to 9th. Professor Massimo (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg) and Johan Adolfsson (Technical Manager at Unipower AB) will speak about Power Quality. We will also present Unipower product and system features that are new for 2020. The seminar series will take

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2
Dec

Uganda: Unipower participated in Swedish delegation

In November, a delegation of 15 Swedish investors visited Uganda. Unipower was among the participants. The Swedish Ambassador to Uganda, Per Lindgarde, led the investors who have shown interest in the areas of public transport and energy. The delegation met with Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni. Uganda’s State Minister for Investment, Anite Evelyn, and Uganda’s Envoy to Sweden, Nimisha Jayant Madhvani,

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28
Oct

Unipower visited Rwanda, Botswana and Namibia

Earlier this month Unipower’s Russom Kebedom visited Rwanda. He participated in a business delegation trip that comprised nine Swedish companies working with sustainable solutions. It was organized by the SSACC, Sweden Sub-Saharan Africa Chamber of Commerce. The theme was ”Green Cities and Sustainable Solutions”. The programme included business seminars as well as individual B2B meetings and company visits. Rwanda, Sweden

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1
Oct

Unipower PQ Workshop welcomed participants from the Middle East and Africa

During the last week of September Unipower arranged an extensive power quality workshop. It was held at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg and at the Unipower offices in Alingsås. The majority of participants came from countries in the Middle East and Africa. The course covered topics such as power quality disturbances, power quality costs, power quality monitoring, and power

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