Alveo Energy is a subsidiary of Alveo Water which is a well-established company based in Somerset West, Western Cape.
Our footprint extends beyond the borders of South Africa with most projects derived from Sub-Saharan Africa.
We pride ourselves in building strong and trustworthy relationships with our clients and delivering on the highest of expectations
- leading the way in innovation and development of cutting edge technology in our field of business.
We have completed projects in the Water and Wastewater, Agriculture, Food and Beverage, Dairy, Marine and Power Generation industries.
Our engineers are experts in plant and process automation and leading the way with digitization and machine information systems.
PLC control systems and building management systems for any industry.
PLC & HMI software development on various platforms.
Design and installation of renewable energy solutions based on energy analysis. Solutions we offer include Solar PV, CHP, Duel Fuel Engines and Wind Turbines.
Alveo Energy offers electrical design services as a stand alone service to clients who do not need full turnkey solutions.
Cost-effective refurbishment of existing installations to increase reliability, flexibility or efficiency.
On site fault finding and commissioning support. Remote support with reporting to minimise downtime and improve efficiency.
Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Ultra Filtration (UF)
Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF)
Disinfection & Dosing
Membrane Bioreactor (MBR)
Refrigerated Sea Water (RSW)
Container Handling Cranes
Wine Cellar Automation
Servo Feed Systems
Mobile Pump Sets
Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS)
Photo Voltaic (PV) Systems
Uninterrrupted Power Supplies (UPS)
Our recent Projects
What people had to say about us.
“Thanks for your assistance today with the design of a suitable solar panel setup for my sailboat as well as introducing me to the different fields of expertise your company specialises in. My background was quite similar, designing and building containerised motor control systems and HT substations and shipping them to our northern neighbours, so I found it most interesting.” – Jack Hattingh