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Energy transition

  • SPIE customer scheme wins award | SPIE

    The award is conferred for projects that advance the energy transition particularly effectively. The expert jury assessed a total of 116 applications according to the criteria of energy saving, climate protection relevance, profitability, the degree of innovation and transferability to other companies
  • SPIE looks to conquer new markets in Île de France Nord-Ouest | SPIE

    A focus on energy transition. Cergy, April 19th 2017 --SPIE Île de France Nord Ouest is reviewing its organisation in order to meet the new challenges represented by energy transition and digital development... With energy transition making adaptation a necessity, businesses can longer content themselves with simply meeting the technical specifications of calls for tenders
  • Heliox and SPIE sign service contract to strengthen future co-operation | SPIE

    The growing development of this segment enable SPIE to consolidate its position as a key player in the Smart City and energy transition markets. With a long lasting presence in the public transport market, SPIE is expanding its offer as Peter Arnet explains
  • SPIE focuses on apprenticeships to recruit its talents of tomorrow | SPIE

    This highly operational training and recruitment method supports SPIE's development in terms of digital transformation and the energy transition. The quality of training and the retention of talent are in fact key factors for growth in these sectors
  • SPIE modernises several transformer stations for Netze BW | SPIE

    The energy transition has resulted in more and more plants that feed in energy locally, explains Dr Andreas Kühner, head of grid development projects at Netze BW. These power plants include photovoltaic systems and wind turbines. This leads to changes in the load flows
  • Over 300 apprentices and dual students launch their careers at SPIE | SPIE

    With a total of 28 apprenticeship occupations and eight dual study programmes, SPIE is training its own junior staff at more than 90 locations to work together with customers that make energy transition a reality and shape digital transformation. Further training is promoted: even after an apprenticeship, SPIE invests in its staff and supports the need for lifelong learning with its SPIE Academy and a variety of external training opportunities
  • 2018 full-year results | SPIE

    We enter 2019 in very good shape and, thanks to the recognised skills of our 46 400 employees, our highly cash-generative model will fully benefit from the robust drivers of the energy transition and the convergence of technical and digital services... Business momentum was very positive in Energy, with a stream of contracts stemming from energy transition investments, and in Industry
  • Quarterly information at March 31st, 2019 - A good start to the year | SPIE

    In Germany, business trends remain dynamic and we are facing exciting prospects linked to the energy transition. Brexit uncertainty is impacting our activity in the UK and our Oil & Gas business continues to growth
  • SPIE Industrie & Tertiaire - Tertiaire division | SPIE

    Promoting the energy transition. Energy performance management (ESPC, ESC
  • IONITY chooses SPIE for the deployment of its pan-European network of electric vehicle charging stations | SPIE

    The continuous growth of this market consolidates our position as a key player in the Smart City, interurban infrastructure and energy transition markets. 1 The CCS system combines the capabilities of fast charging and conventional charging