About

Alva was founded in 2016 in Trondheim, Norway, with a vision of electrifying the world through a unique production technology for electric motors. Since then, the company has been on a mission to accelerate the transition to sustainable solutions across a variety of industries by developing the world's best and most reliable electric drive systems.

Next-generation electric motors, made in Norway

FiberPrinting™

Alva has developed FiberPrinting™, a patented production technology for the core component in electric motors. The unique production technology revolutionizes the way electric motors can be designed and produced, introducing a new benchmark for custom motor development and time-to-market in small and high lot sizes alike.

As an added benefit, the FiberPrinting™ production process also allows Alva to pack more power into ironless motors than any current alternatives, enabling us to offer our clients electric drive systems with previously unseen technical performance and energy efficiency characteristics, all without compromising longevity or reliability.

Safety and reliability by design


We direct our passion for electric solutions into every product and system that leaves our production facility.

With complete control of the entire value chain, we monitor every component all the way from design to finished product, with full traceability along the way.

Our systems are built to endure the toughest of missions and environments. That's why we design our systems with safety and reliability as our leading design criteria. This way, you can focus on what really matters, and rest assured that your Alva system will perform in any and all conditions.

Team

Jørgen

Selnes

Founder & CEO

Anton

Franzén

CPO

Knut

Nielsen

Co-founder

Will

Hawkins

Head of Product Engineering

Alexey

Matveev

Research & IP Director

Pål

Ystgaard

Head of Production Engineering

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