News: 2019

9.4.2019 : ‘40under40' talented lighting designers announced

Natalie Redford

Each year, internationally renowned Lighting magazine rewards forty of the most talented and promising lighting designers from across the industry with the title ‘40under40'. This year, Natalie Redford, Associate Director at KSLD | EFLA Lighting Design has been selected as one of the class of 2019, receiving her trophy at the Lighting Design Awards ceremony in London on Thursday 16 May.

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8.4.2019 : International symposium on mitigation measures against snow avalanches

Mitigation measures against snow avalanches

EFLA Consulting Engineers participated in a symposium on mitigation measures against snow avalanches and other rapid gravity mass flows. The conference took place in Siglufjörður, small community in North Iceland, from 3rd to 5th of April.

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13.3.2019 : EFLA acquires an engineering consulting firm in Poland

Ispol english

EFLA Consulting Engineers has finalised the acquisition of the Polish firm Ispol Projekt. Ispol specialises in general preparation and design of energy transmission lines and substations. That includes overhead power lines, underground cables and fiber optic cables as well as high voltage equipment. 

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1.3.2019 : Life cycle assessment of the Icelandic transmission system

Overhead lines at Hellisheiði during sunset.

EFLA Consulting Engineers has performed a life cycle impact assessment of the Icelandic electrical transmission system. The assessment was carried out for Landsnet, the Icelandic transmission system operator, comprising the network's overhead lines, underground cables and substations. The system's carbon footprint is 0.9 g CO2-eq. per transmitted kWh, of which nearly half is attributed to transmission losses.

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28.1.2019 : Masters project on heat recovery in an aluminium plant

Leo Blaer

EFLA engineer, Leó Blær Haraldsson, just completed his MSc degree in mechanical engineering. His thesis reports on an interesting project, which has attracted quite a bit of attention. The project examines the possibility of utilizing the thermal energy in exhaust gas from the Alcoa Fjarðaál aluminium plant to heat water for house heating in the nearby community of Reyðarfjörður.

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