Omexom has the skills to deliver a comprehensive project, encompassing all phases – innovation, feasibility, design, build and maintenance.
Reducing the total capital and operational expenditure of distribution networks while improving the safety, the security and the carbon footprint of the network is the key challenge driving Omexom’s offers.

Reducing the total capital and operational expenditure of distribution networks

[Asset management] [Dispatch center​]

DSO are faced with the challenge of changing costs related to the operation and maintenance of their assets. Preventive maintenance programs are evolving towards increasingly predictive models.  With custom-made offers, Omexom propose to its customer a large range of solutions such as :

  • Asset inspection
  • Land improvement scheme
  • Dispatch center
  • Emergency service

The aims are always oriented to :

  1.  Extend the life of their assets
  2. Reduce or avoid outage time
  3. Optimise ressources

Improving Safety & Security

[Emergency service] [Smart metering]

Networks can be seriously damaged during major climatic events or other external incidents (e.g. road accidents). To ensure continuity of service, managers must secure, repair and return infrastructure to service as quickly as possible.

Omexom response teams’ are available to deal with major incidents

  • Response monitoring indicators and incident response time​
  • Equipment and materials optimized for different types of incidents​
  • Training and monitoring of teams with an in-house training centre​

The permanent search for synergies and an ever-growing business network afford Omexom the tried and tested expertise to accompany Gas DSOs in the expansion, upgrade and maintenance of their gas distribution networks, from regulator stations all the way to the meter. Omexom propose to Gas retailer the following services:

  • Meter exchange and installations (AMR/ERT)​
  • Meter reading services​
  • Customer service disconnects & turn-on​
  • Call center: scheduling appointments & dispatch

Reducing carbon footprint

[Connections for renewable energy] [Live-line Work ]

The development of embedded or decentralised generation (wind, solar, etc.) and new uses (auto-generation, electromobility, etc.) is changing the role of the distribution networks, which now collect the energy produced by the smallest generating facilities. With the growing need for renewable energies, the number of generation facilities and the demand for connection has increased considerably in recent years. Omexom proposes to its client a holistic approach to integrate the new sources of energy :

  • Studies and connection works for renewable energy projects (wind, solar,…)​
  • Engineering and administrative studies​
  • Realization of civil engineering works : ​
    • – roads, fences, gates, ​
    • – foundations (soil reinforcement)​
  • Realization of inter-wind turbine networks​
  • Installation and connection of delivery stations​
  • Georeferenced surveys​

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