Through its merger with Iosis, Egis has strengthened and diversified its expertise in the field of Energy. With the help of its multi-skilled teams, Egis is able to respond with equal competence to energy production, transport and consumption issues on a local, national or international scale.
Egis advises governments of developing countries on how to shape their energy policy and assists these countries with the development of national energy policies and energy master planning with close attention to the country’s total energy mix.
In the area of Energy production, Egis supports and assists its clients involved in the fields of nuclear, biomass and fossil energies, or in the development of such renewable energies as geothermal, wind and photovoltaic, as well as marine energy resources and hydroelectric energy. Egis invents, designs and develops tomorrow’s positive-energy infrastructures through its division devoted to new energy sources.
Egis is also active in the field of energy transmission via intersecting networks of overhead and underground power lines and pipelines. Building on its experience in linear infrastructure projects, Egis now offers network operators complete project management services (
supervision of work
). In particular, Egis has developed a solution designed to secure large power-line pylons against severe weather conditions in partnership with RTE (the administrator of the French electricity transport network).
Moreover, Egis has recognized competence in the sphere of energy distribution (cooling, heating, gas, electricity, renewable energies, etc.) and distribution networks, including the implementation of monitoring and control systems and electrical interference studies (EMC, lightening, harmonic pollution, etc.).
As regards energy consumption, Egis offers its clients energy efficiency solutions specifically adapted to their projects. Involved at each stage from design to operation, Egis’s teams take a comprehensive approach to energy efficiency. Its multiple business lines (Transport infrastructures, Building, Planning, Industry, Energy, Civil engineering, Water and the Environment) give Egis a comprehensive overview of the fields of application of Energy Efficiency.