Combining multiple energies

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SPIE is committed to the search for solutions to climate change and strategies for preserving natural resources. It contributes to the global energy transition by using its expertise to promote a balanced and sustainable energy mix.

Accompanying the energy transition

Today’s traditional energy resources are growing scarce, and climate change poses a looming threat to society as a whole. The future of human activity will depend on our ability to use more than one source of energy.
For this reason, SPIE supports the development of a complete and diversified energy mix: a balance that will lay the foundation for sustainable development. With extensive experience in nuclear and renewable energies as well as hydrocarbons, SPIE offers technology and expertise that place it at the forefront of the global energy transition.

Contributing to a wide range of projects

Through its efforts in favour of a greener economy, SPIE makes a direct contribution to large-scale projects all across Europe: photovoltaic solar plants, offshore and onshore wind farms, and industrial waste recycling. At the same time, the Group continues to promote fossil energies by lending its support to oil and gas operators in exploration and operation. With a major role in nuclear energy, SPIE has also enhanced its expertise in installation and maintenance to meet growing safety needs at plants.

Promoting energy efficiency

SPIE always puts its expertise to use with an eye toward energy efficiency. It is the first company in France to obtain energy efficiency certification from the French Association of Electrical Engineering Companies (Syndicat des entreprises de génie électrique et climatique). From the diagnostic phase to effective energy management, the Group works on all levels to reduce buildings’ energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.