Adven has been developing industrial energy offerings for more than 50 years. Through our Energy as a Service® model we deliver industrial steam, heat and cold as well as provide processing solutions to improve industrial energy, water, and resource efficiency.
We have a local approach to developing partnerships and close collaborations with industries, municipalities, real estate companies, and other local district heating networks. While one neighbor may have excess heat another one may want to expand the production. By coming together, we can make the most out of local, and global resources for the benefits of both production and climate.
We partner with big and small industry sites, building partnerships that bring value to our customers, to us and not least importantly, to the society. While we add our expertise and necessary investment funds, the industry can focus on its core business.
What we do for our industrial customers, locally and globally
By tailor-making solutions related to industrial energy, water and resource use, we help our customers reach sustainability as well as financial and operational goals. Profitability and sustainability go hand in hand when it comes to long-term industrial solutions.
Saving and streamlining industrial energy
Before we build anything new, we always make sure our customers are only using what they need and making the most out of what they have.
Heading for renewable or recycled energy
We help our industrial customers to phase out usage of fossil fuels and noticeably reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
Using side streams, wasting zero
What is waste to our customers is rarely waste to us. We enable side streams to be reused, sometimes it covers most of the customer’s needs.
Choosing the right industrial technology
In some cases, one size does fit all. In some cases, it doesn’t. When we tailor solutions for industries and large properties – like we do within our Energy as a service® partnership model – we always need to think outside the box.
The customer’s process, needs, and goals are what’s guiding us, not the technology we have at hand. We don’t favor one technology before the other, or one supplier over the other. With half a century of experience we have solid expertise within several technology areas. Regardless if the customer needs a sustainable energy system, renewable energy sources, reduced CO2 emissions, or just a lower water consumption we always stay curious and never hesitate to try new ways. We work with a wide variety of thermal energy, geo and water solutions.
In a world of change we can make a difference and ease the transition for our industrial customers and partners so they stand competitive and prepared for their next sustainable step.
Industry segments we serveContact us
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Order Adven’s Energy Outlook report
The energy market is changing rapidly and becoming more and more complex. At Adven, we are working with these questions every day. Therefore, once every quarter, we consolidate a report – the Energy Outlook – with some of the main factors impacting industrial energy systems and the energy market right now as we see it.
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