The Skara-based electrical engineering company Provektor has received an order from the Danish company Lundsby Renewable Solutions. Provektor will help develop a new biogas plant for Gasums in Götene. The project start is in June and the order value for Provektor amounts to just over SEK 20 million.
Provektor is Soltech's largest company within the electrical engineering industry and has deep expertise in electrical installations, automation, and solar energy. The company can be found at 13 different locations in Skaraborg, Skåne and Halland and currently has approximately 150 employees.
Provektor, together with Danish Lundsby Renewable Solutions, will carry out extensive electrical installations for what will become Gasum's new biogas plant. Biogas is a renewable and climate-friendly fuel. The facility in Götene will primarily use manure from the agricultural sector in the surrounding area as raw material.
The plant will produce 120 gigawatt hours (GWh) of liquefied biogas (LBG) yearly from 2025 onwards. This corresponds to the annual consumption of 300 trucks, or approximately 15,000 passenger cars that drive 1,500 miles. The biogas will be used as fuel for road transport, in the marine sector and in industry.
Elisabeth Nordberg, CEO at Provektor, is proud of the assignment and highlights a thorough feasibility study and competent employees as the key factors to win this assignment.
¬ We are proud and happy to have received this trust. It is an important project for us and the trust is a result of a genuine and thorough preliminary study and process, in which, among others, our experienced employees Andreas Werner, Albin Johansson and Erik Andersson have been a driving force. We are very much looking forward to getting started, says Elisabeth Nordberg, CEO at Provektor.