• Energy in general
  • Nuclear power
  • Licensing
  • Safety analysis
  • Design conditions
  • Mechanical integrity
  • Balance of Plant
  • System analysis
  • Fault tree analysis
  • Regulatory guides
  • Requirements
  • Team lead
  • Project lead
  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Conferences
  • FMEA

More than 25 years of experience

Dilot Energy & Analysis AB, DEA AB, offers through Torsten Dilot specialist qualifications in the fields of safety analysis, design and licensing within the energy fields, particularly the nuclear power field. DEA also offers experience in team building, project leading and contributes with both attitude and team spirit. Attitude and spirit, preferably combined with a good mood laughs, creates quality! Regulatory requirements always are a central part and base of the work.

DEA’s experience also covers Defense and MedTech industry, especially in the disciplines risk analysis and system safety. DEA’s has also experience performing market analysis, including SWOT analysis, through assessment and feasibility studies of coming technologies. Normally the main parameters technology, market, team/organization and finance are studied. DEA has a unique network and hires by need other specialists in different disciplines in the art of assignments.

More than 25 years of experience

Dilot Energy & Analysis AB, DEA AB, offers through Torsten Dilot specialist qualifications in the fields of safety analysis, design and licensing within the energy fields, particularly the nuclear power field. DEA also offers experience in team building, project leading and contributes with both attitude and team spirit. Attitude and spirit, preferably combined with a good mood laughs, creates quality! Regulatory requirements always are a central part and base of the work.

DEA’s experience also covers Defense and MedTech industry, especially in the disciplines risk analysis and system safety. DEA’s has also experience performing market analysis, including SWOT analysis, through assessment and feasibility studies of coming technologies. Normally the main parameters technology, market, team/organization and finance are studied. DEA has a unique network and hires by need other specialists in different disciplines in the art of assignments.

  • Energy in general
  • Nuclear power
  • Licensing
  • Safety analysis
  • Design conditions
  • Mechanical integrity
  • Balance of plant
  • System analysis
  • Regulatory guides
  • Requirements
  • Team lead
  • Project lead
  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Conferences
  • Fault tree analysis
  • FMEA

More than 25 years of experience

Dilot Energy & Analysis AB, DEA AB, offers through Torsten Dilot specialist qualifications in the fields of safety analysis, design and licensing within the energy fields, particularly the nuclear power field. DEA also offers experience in team building, project leading and contributes with both attitude and team spirit. Attitude and spirit, preferably combined with a good mood laughs, creates quality! Regulatory requirements always are a central part and base of the work.

DEA’s experience also covers Defense and MedTech industry, especially in the disciplines risk analysis and system safety. DEA’s has also experience performing market analysis, including SWOT analysis, through assessment and feasibility studies of coming technologies. Normally the main parameters technology, market, team/organization and finance are studied. DEA has a unique network and hires by need other specialists in different disciplines in the art of assignments.

Seminars and conferences

Seminars and Conferences


Torsten Dilot both enjoys and has experience in holding and organizing lectures, seminars, workshops and presentations.



Shanghai - ICPVT-14 Conference September 23-26, 2015 Pressure Vessel Technology - Presentation Design and Analysis


Shanghai - East China University of Science and Technology 19 Oktober, 2015 - Lecture for the students about energy, nuclear power and career experiences

Västerås April 21, 2016 - Seminar and Workshop Energy now and in the future - Chairman of the Seminar, Presentation - Post Fukushima Requirements and Measures


Stockholm April 28, 2016 - Seminar at the Swedish Parliament - Co-organizer, Presentation - Energy in Common

Shanghai - ICPVT-14 Conference September 23-26, 2015 Pressure Vessel Technology - Presentation Design and Analysis



Shanghai - East China University of Science and Technology October 19, 2016 - Lecture for the students about Energy, Nuclear Power and Career Experience

Västerås April 21, 2016 - Seminar and Workshop Energy now and in the future - Chairman of the Seminar, Presentation - Post Fukushima Requirements and Measures


Stockholm April 28, 2016 - Seminar at the Swedish Parliament - Co-organizer, Presentation - Energy in Common

New Nuclear Technology for Commercial Use – Gen IV

Torsten Dilot has experience in evaluating next generation nuclear power plants; Generation IV (Gen IV) reactors. Late autumn 2015 a task force from Berotec, with Torsten as leading specialist, made a study to be resulted in a recommendation to either “go”, “no-go” or “warning”, of a new developed Gen IV reactor concept. The study involved a deeper description and analysis of the technology including materials, assessment of market, the organization of the company behind the reactor and finance. SWOT analyses were made covering the four areas, thus technology, market, organization and finance, described in detail and reported to the customer, a European investment company for sustainable energy.

Torsten is of the opinion that Gen IV reactors now has a promising future since material problems seems to be solved. Especially from environmental reasons Gen IV nuclear power ought to have a promising future. By using Gen IV nuclear reactors, the existing nuclear fuel waste can be reused at least 25 times before its energy content is spent. The resulting nuclear waste will then be only a fraction compared to nuclear fuel waste of today. Nuclear power is also a climate neutral and hence climate friendly energy source. In a perspective of some thousands years, nuclear fuel waste could also be considered as a renewable energy source.

New Nuclear Technology for Commercial Use
– Gen IV

Torsten Dilot has experience in evaluating next generation nuclear power plants; Generation IV (Gen IV) reactors. Late autumn 2015 a task force from Berotec, with Torsten as leading specialist, made a study to be resulted in a recommendation to either “go”, “no-go” or “warning”, of a new developed Gen IV reactor concept. The study involved a deeper description and analysis of the technology including materials, assessment of market, the organization of the company behind the reactor and finance. SWOT analyses were made covering the four areas, thus technology, market, organization and finance, described in detail and reported to the customer, a European investment company for sustainable energy.

Torsten is of the opinion that Gen IV reactors now has a promising future since material problems seem to be solved. Especially from environmental reasons Gen IV nuclear power ought to have a promising future. By using Gen IV nuclear reactors, the existing nuclear fuel waste can be reused at least 25 times before its energy content is spent. The resulting nuclear waste will then be only a fraction compared to nuclear fuel waste of today. Nuclear power is also a climate neutral and hence climate friendly energy source. In a perspective of some thousands years, nuclear fuel waste could also be considered as a renewable energy source.

About Dilot Energy and Torsten Dilot

Torsten Dilot

Dilot Energy & Analysis AB (former Consulting Dilot and Dilot Consulting AB), DEA AB, was founded by Torsten Dilot in year 2004. Torsten Dilot is in autumn 1987 graduated Master of Science in Engineering Physics. After graduation he got his first employment at ABB Atom in the beginning of 1988. At ABB Atom, which became Westinghouse 1999, he got his basic experience in nuclear power. After 15 years at ABB Atom/Westinghouse he was headhunted by a MedTech company, Medical Products Octagon AB, through his experiences as a safety analysis expert, which requires an awareness of quality. During autumn 2004, after about one year at Medical Products Octagon, as Manager Quality and Production,

he continued his professional career by starting Dilot Consulting. When Torsten was founded Consulting Dilot, he returned to the energy industry in general and the nuclear power industry in particularly, in which Torsten today has about 28 years’ experience. Today he is Competence Area Manager Energy at DEA AB parallel to his consultant role in different kinds of technical branches, such as the energy and nuclear power industry, MedTech and the defense industry. Former Torsten joined partnership through his company with Berotec. Today DEA AB is a more independent company cooperating with other companies, such e.g. Berotec, Trovisio and ÅF.

About Dilot Energy and Torsten Dilot

Torsten Dilot

Dilot Energy & Analysis AB (former Consulting Dilot and Dilot Consulting AB), DEA AB, was founded by Torsten Dilot in year 2004. Torsten Dilot is in autumn 1987 graduated Master of Science in Engineering Physics. After graduation he got his first employment at ABB Atom in the beginning of 1988. At ABB Atom, which became Westinghouse 1999, he got his basic experience in nuclear power.

After 15 years at ABB Atom/Westinghouse he was headhunted by a MedTech company, Medical Products Octagon AB, through his experiences as a safety analysis expert, which requires an awareness of quality. During autumn 2004, after about one year at Medical Products Octagon, as Manager Quality and

Production, he continued his professional career by starting Dilot Consulting. When Torsten was founded Consulting Dilot, he returned to the energy industry in general and the nuclear power industry in particularly, in which Torsten today has about 28 years’ experience.

Today he is Competence Area Manager Energy at DEA AB parallel to his consultant role in different kinds of technical branches, such as the energy and nuclear power industry, MedTech and the defense industry. Former Torsten joined partnership through his company with Berotec. Today DEA AB is a more independent company cooperating with other companies, such e.g. Berotec, Trovisio and ÅF.

Ulf Kruse

I had the honour of working with Torsten at Berotec. He was instrumental in the build-up of the Västerås office and a greatly appreciated consultant in the energy business area, especially within nuclear power production systems. Appreciated both by clients and fellow consultants. He became thought leader and Competence Area Manager of our Energy area and as such reported directly to me.

Torsten impressed me both by his expertise and contribution to clients but also as thought leader and by his network in the energy market. He single handedly organised network meetings in the Swedish Parliament, Energy Summits, Almedalen-seminars and published debate-articles in several large media regarding the energy subject. Torstens energy and drive combined with being a really nice person to be with made him an invaluable colleague and friend.

News

Torsten Dilot will, at coming Inspecta Nuclear Technology symposium in Stockholm the 16th - 17th November 2016, give a presentation about the topics Safety Analysis och System Safety. What challenges do we have in these fields regarding transition from power operational to service operation? What challenges are there regarding occurred incidents? How to interpret new requirements? Differences interpreting the consequences of the Fukushima accident in the world?

News

Torsten Dilot will, at coming Inspecta Nuclear Technology symposium in Stockholm the 16th - 17th November 2016, give a presentation about the topics Safety Analysis och System Safety. What challenges do we have in these fields regarding transition from power operational to service operation? What challenges are there regarding occurred incidents? How to interpret new requirements? Differences interpreting the consequences of the Fukushima accident in the world?

News

Torsten Dilot will, at coming Inspecta Nuclear Technology symposium in Stockholm the 16th - 17th November 2016, give a presentation about the topics Safety Analysis och System Safety. What challenges do we have in these fields regarding transition from power operational to service operation? What challenges are there regarding occurred incidents? How to interpret new requirements? Differences interpreting the consequences of the Fukushima accident in the world?

News

Torsten Dilot will, at coming Inspecta Nuclear Technology symposium in Stockholm the 16th - 17th November 2016, give a presentation about the topics Safety Analysis och System Safety. What challenges do we have in these fields regarding transition from power operational to service operation? What challenges are there regarding occurred incidents? How to interpret new requirements? Differences interpreting the consequences of the Fukushima accident in the world?

    Contact

    Dilot Consulting AB

  • Torsten Dilot
  • Competence Area Manager Energy
  • Värmlandsvägen 10
  • 722 44 Västerås
  • +46 (0)70 401 91 37
  • [email protected]

Dilot Energy and Analysis AB

  • Torsten Dilot
  • Competence Area Manager Energy
  • Värmlandsvägen 10
  • 722 44 Västerås
  • +46 (0)70 401 91 37
  • [email protected]