Our mission

Omexom Institute is an international learning network for the energy sector. It provides business units and individuals with the opportunity to upgrade their skills.

The energy market needs new talents and expertise to achieve the energy transition objectives. Omexom Institute aims to inspire people to turn their ideas into reality and contribute towards reaching these ambitious targets.
This approach contributes to the achievement of Omexom’s ambition to be the preferred partner of the energy industry stakeholders.

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  • Training centres

    Our training centres cover a wide range of training topics relevant to the electricity and gas market, including Photovoltaic projects, Public Lighting, Safety in Substations, Self-Consumption, Overhead Lines inspection and infrastructure for electric mobility. The training provided complements our expertise in energy infrastructures. 
    Omexom Institute adopts a hands-on, practical approach to learning in keeping with the values of VINCI Energies. 

    E-learning platforms

    Omexom Institute’s e-learning platforms use local knowledge to connect Omexom learners internationally.
    They provide a wide range of new insights into the energy market that arouse interest and upscale expertise. Through these platforms, Omexom’s knowledge is accessible to everyone and spreads the practice of local learning on a large scale. By improving and sharing local content, Omexom aims to strengthen everyone’s performance and create value for all.

    Virtual reality

    Through virtual reality, Omexom provides immersive training in energy infrastructure environments to upgrade technical skills and ensure safety.

    Omexom’s team of experts creates, develops and designs custom-made scenarios related to safety in substations, public lighting maintenance, overhead lines inspection as well as works in nuclear power plants. The scenarios are realistic, using the training method of learning by mistakes and allowing analyses to improve the efficiency.

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    31/03/2021 Brazil, Overhead transmission lines, Transmission

    Omexom completes transmission line for Rio do Vento wind farm

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    11/03/2021 Brazil, Hydro, Power

    Omexom has delivered for operation the last of the 44 production units of the Enel Green Power hydroelectric power plant automation project

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    09/03/2021 Norway, Territories

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    03/03/2021 Energy Transition, Germany, Overhead transmission lines

    Meet Melanie Trenker, overhead line fitter at Omexom in Germany

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    23/02/2021 Substations, The Netherlands

    Installation of GIS equipment and transformers in two large high-voltage offshore substations

    On behalf of HSM Offshore, Omexom in the Netherlands was commissioned to install GIS (Gas Insulated Switchgear) equipment and 66kV and 220kV transformers in two large high-voltage offshore substations.
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    18/02/2021 Substations, Sweden

    Upgrading Umea’s power grid

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    04/02/2021 High voltage, Indonesia, Substations

    Commissioning of the first 150kV high-voltage system in the Northern Maluku Islands

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    26/01/2021 High voltage, Solar

    Smart maintenance for optimal return in the Netherlands

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    22/01/2021 Australia, Power

    Largest Synchronous Condenser in Australia

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