Northern Lights Energy works with a number of top-class partner organisations that help bring our projects to fruition. We are proud to work alongside these progressive companies and institutions. A short description of each of them follows.
THE world’s largest manufacturer of commercial electric vehicles has appointed a distributor in Iceland, Greenland and Faroe Islands. Smith Electric Vehicles is working in partnership with Northern Lights Energy (NLE) to grow the Icelandic market for electric vans and trucks. www.smithelectricvehicles.com
SAGA System is an Icelandic company that manufactures and services management systems for companies with car fleets. In addition to traditional control systems, SAGA System holds international patents for using the output of GPS satellite navigation systems to calculate and assess acceleration, cornering speeds and braking. Their system is marketed under the name SAGA Driving. Along with the vehicle’s speed, the three factors mentioned above are the factors that have the greatest effect on fuel consumption. See SAGA System’s website for more information: www.sagasystem.is.
MAHINDRA REVA, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of electric cars, is based in India. A new factory unit in Bangalor will project MAHINDRA REVA to the forefront in the production of environmentally friendly cars. The new unit takes many environmental issues into account and uses electricity generated from solar energy. www.revaglobal.com
EFLA is a general engineering and consulting firm with a staff of professionals well trained to provide quality service in a wide variety of fields. The Company’s 230 employees, 50 of whom work in foreign subsidiaries, offer wide-ranging and reliable expertise that enables the Company to carry out a number of unlike projects simultaneously, both in Iceland and in many other countries. The Company places strong emphasis on innovation and research. EFLA regards its employees as its most valuable resource.
EFLA was formally established on October 10, 2008, with the merger of four engineering and consulting firms – AFL Engineering Office (founded in 1987), Línuhönnun (founded in 1979), RTS Electrical Engineering Office (founded in 1988) and the Sudurlands Engineering Office (founded in 1973) – making the new company one of the largest consulting firms in Iceland.
EFLA now has 6 marketing divisions: Energy and Utilities, Industry, Buildings, Transportation, Environmental Concerns and Project Management, comprised of 27 service divisions with designated core activities, together with the Staff, Business Development, and Research and Innovation Divisions.
EFLA has subsidiaries and associated companies in Norway, Russia, France, Polland, Slovenia, Turkey and Dubai that work on consulting and development projects.