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The latest updates on what’s happening in the world of Omexom:
Omexom acquires FACES, the Asset Optimization & Operation System allowing grid operators to guarantee electricity supply.
ENEA Consulting published the results of a study on urban microgrids conducted in partnership with the Group ADP, the Group Caisse des Dépôts, ENEDIS, Omexom, Total and the Tuck Fundation. Through three real case studies – an eco-neighborhood, a factory, an airport – the study presents the upcoming challenges that microgrid stakeholders will face.
In a country where primary energy production is dominated by coal, followed by natural gas, the construction of a wind farm is a major challenge. It is in this context that Omexom Indonesia, which has been present in the country for about fifty years, has been chosen to build the country’s first wind farm, Sidrap.
Recent French legislation now allows individuals, companies and public entities to come together to produce electricity, consume it and sell the surplus to third parties. This is a clear way to accelerate the energy transition and participate in the transformation of today’s electric system by producing and consuming electricity differently.
Omexom is working to implement a new concept in high voltage substation maintenance. Called Reset, the service is innovating the sector.
Eight photovoltaic power plants with a combined capacity of 17 MW to be built over a period of 10 months to supply isolated communities in Senegal.
MSVE Transmission, a joint venture between Omexom and Morgan Sindall, has been awarded another project as part of a five year framework agreement for electricity transmission overhead line work with Scottish and Southern Energy Networks (SSEN).
Omexom is premium sponsor of the first european forum dedicated to innovative energy solutions for electric mobility ” Energy for smart mobility” together with EDF and ENEDIS, on February 15 and 16 2018.
Omexom was selected to expand, reinforce and enhance the reliability of the electricity transmission and distribution grid in Senegal: construction of five extra high voltage transformer stations, 200 km of underground and overhead EHV transmission lines, over 100 distribution substations and a regional load dispatch centre.
Omexom supports this initiative: not only as a sponsor but also by providing knowledge of our own engineers. We do this because the Solar Boat is an innovative application in the context of energy transition and thus contributes to a sustainable future.