ARNON. Art of Automation.

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ARNON provides comprehensive industrial electrical and automation services to machine-, equipment- and system providers.

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Art of Automation

We think automation made well is like art.

Our customer promise Art of Automation describes the way we feel about automation. We are both passionate and very serious about it – we think that when made well, automation can even be considered as art.

We solve our customers’ challenges in an innovative and smart way. Our solutions are carried out professionally and thoroughly. That way our customers can get the best results out of automation as a tool.

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Fields

The fields of expertise where we excel

Our fields of expertise are the industries where we can produce our customers added value. We serve machine, equipment, and system providers in renewables, mining, energy, renewables and marine industries. We have a profound knowledge in these industries – that’s why we are able to create solutions that take also your future challenges into consideration.

Customer highlight

Metsä Fibre

Metsä Fibre, part of the Metsä Group, is building the world’s first next-generation bioproduct mill in Äänekoski, Central Finland. The project is the largest in the Finnish lumber industry to date – the investment is worth 1.2 billion euros.

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Magazine / 21.02.2019

PRO AT WORK: THOMAS BERGROTH

Thomas Bergroth works at ARNON Vaasa office as Engineering Manager. He is in charge of product solutions management and engineering development also being an account manager.

Magazine / 01.02.2019

Electrical power engineering trends in renewable energy in 2019: Solar and wind power stay strong – boosted by battery-equipped hybrid solutions

Solar and wind power stay strong – boosted by battery-equipped hybrid solutions. Renewable energies will continue their strong growth at a global level this year. No major changes are anticipated; solar and wind power will continue to dominate the market. However, as the share of weather-dependent distributed systems increases, systems are required to be more flexible. With this trend, energy storage supported hybrid systems will emerge as the next major trend in the sector.