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Battery Storage for Properties

Become a future-oriented project manager in battery storage with Glava Energy Center's two-day training that provides knowledge and skills to plan and design smart solutions for efficient battery storage. You will learn about hardware, software control, overall systems, and can participate in a growing future market.

The interest in installing solar panels and battery storage is significant and growing.

During 2023, over 100,000 grid-connected solar power installations were installed in Sweden. A total of 1,600 megawatts were installed, twice as much as in 2022. At the same time, battery prices are declining, and the compensation for contributing to the electricity grid and ensuring its stability and quality is increasing.

There is increasing demand in the market for battery solutions from both larger property owners and private households. Glava Energy Center's course on battery storage for properties provides you with the tools to tailor a battery storage system that fits the needs of your existing and new customers.

Target Audience

  • Project managers
  • Plant owners
  • Property developers

Course Objectives

After the course, participants will have increased competence to plan and design comprehensive energy storage systems with knowledge of components, technology, regulations, economics, and efficiency.

Course Content

Two-day training at Glava Energy Center in Hillringsberg, Glava, near Arvika. Topics covered include:

  • Overview and market development.
  • System solutions: functions and economics.
  • Battery technology: different types of battery chemistry suitable for different applications.
  • Inverter impact.
  • Regulations, control, and documentation.
  • Maintenance.
  • Sizing and composition of components and systems.
  • Economics: purchasing and investment calculations, budgeting and life cycle costs, and business models.
  • Which applications provide the greatest economic benefit for which actors?


Hans Nordin, civil engineer, with extensive experience in weak power systems, both UPS and backup power. 30 years of experience as a knowledge creator/instructor. Author of several books on backup power.

Samuel Wingstedt, energy market specialist at Polarium, with extensive knowledge of system solutions and how battery storage is best utilized in terms of function and economics for plant owners.

Last edited: 03/05 2024


Course fee: 12,800 SEK excluding VAT. Members of Glava Energy Center receive a 10 percent discount on the course fee.


Accommodation in the Hillringsberg mansion next to the Glava Energy Center is not included in the price. If you have questions about the course content and practical information, please contact our Educations Manager Liselott Öberg Stridh.


Next Course Date

The next course opportunity is currently being planned.