1. Building low-carbon energy sources & developing the grids

We need to renounce fossil fuels which represent 80% of primary energy sources in the world.

Today wind and solar represent only 6% of electricity generation. While this share will grow, the network needs to adapt.

  • First it needs to be able to accept more connection of solar, wind and hydro powerplants.
  • Second, it needs to be able to deal with very fluctuating energy flows, depending on weather conditions.
  • Third it needs to be able to deal with the high variability thanks to  new balancing assets

Throughout the energy value chain, we will continue to build and connect low-carbon energy sources, adapt the network to increase the share of renewable energies.

Also, we will continue maintaining the carbon-free nuclear plants with a high level of safety.

2.Promoting optimized energy use

The best energy is the one we do not use. This goes with the concept of sobriety and efficiency.
 It’s important for us to design solutions that are energy sufficient and at the same time to use materials and processes which  are more efficient.
More specifically that  means for us:
  • For each project, accompany our clients on the road to energy sufficiency and efficiency by properly dimensioning our offer to their real needs.
  • Supportcities to optimize streetlighting services: from project design to the implementation of the energy performance contracttailored to the customers’ needs
  • Otimize the energy consumption of the streetlighting services by adapting process, organization and transforming the networks into a multi-service platform

3. Implementing innovative and collaborative solutions​

By integrating digital and all the improvements it brings, we need to continue to develop tools allowing us and our customer to be more efficient, and new business models that put energy at the heart of our concerns.

Our latest news

26.11.2020 Germany, Outdoor lighting, Territories

Implementation of the lighting concept for the State Garden Show Kamp Lintfort 2020 in Germany

In May 2020, Omexom teams in Germany implemented the lighting concept for the Kamp-Lintfort Regional Garden Show 2020. The project included both the converted mine park and the path leading to the Kamp Monastery.
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24.11.2020 Norway, Sports lighting, Territories

New sports lighting for the Måna stadium in Drøbak, Norway

The Måna stadium in Drøbak in Norway literally appears in a new light, thanks to the newly installed LED floodlights.
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23.11.2020 Architectural lighting, Outdoor lighting, Senegal, Territories

Architectural lighting of the IPRES building in Dakar

Since 16 October, visitors and residents have been able to admire the architectural lighting of the IPRES – Institut de Prévoyance Retraite du Sénégal (Senegalese Retirement Planning Institute) – building in Dakar. The project has been carried by Omexom's Engineering teams in France, in association with LSE, a subsidiary of Sogea Satom.
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18.11.2020 Energy Transition

What impact for the Grid of the future?

The COVID-19 crisis affects the entire society and large parts of the economy. The duration of the crisis and its consequences cannot be accurately estimated today. Does it have also an impact on the energy transition? And what impact will it have on the Grid of the future? Arnaud Banner, Technical Director of Omexom, gives his vision.
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13.11.2020 France, Power, Solar, UK and RoI

Three new photovoltaic power plants in Ireland

In Ireland, Omexom's teams in France, in partnership with Omexom in the UK and RoI, have been awarded 3 photovoltaic solar power plant projects for their client Neoen, associated with BNRG.
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10.11.2020 Brazil, Transmission

Grid interconnections in Brazil

On November 2nd, Omexom in Brazil delivered Lot 26 for Energisa which includes a 230 kV Transmission Line with 267.4 km of extension in double circuit.
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05.11.2020 Substations, Sweden

Omexom is building a new substation for the Swedish grid operator Svenska kraftnät

Omexom teams are building a new 400 kV substation, Tovåsen, which will be built 25 km south Ånge in Gävleborg County in Sweden.
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28.10.2020 Norway, Overhead transmission lines, Transmission

22 kV High voltage line in Aremark

In Aremark, along Torpedalsveien, Omexom's teams in Norway have begun work on the new 22 kV high-voltage line, 12 m high, between Arbu and Brekke power station (South of Oslo).
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19.10.2020 Electric mobility

Public service concession contract of the Eborn electric charging stations

Easy Charge, a VINCI Group Business Unit dedicated to electric mobility, and the Fund for the Ecological Modernisation of Transport through its management company Demeter, have been awarded the public service delegation contract for the eborn network of electric charging stations.
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14.10.2020 Electric mobility, Germany

Intelligent charging infrastructure for bus in Germany

As emissions play an increasingly important role in urban areas, many municipal services and local transport companies are already converting part of their vehicle fleets to purely electric traction. This is notably the case of Omexom, which has already converted depots with high-current and intelligent technology for some of their customers.
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