Addressing energy issues all around the world
In a world where demand for energy is rising and environmental concerns are increasingly influencing our choices, how can we ensure our transport, industries, neighborhoods and homes are energy efficient?
setec offers its clients global solutions involving a wide range of engineering services and expertise gained on industrial and infrastructure projects.
These solutions are based on a multi-expertise approach and a proven track record in managing complex projects.
Developing all potential renewable energy sources in connection with territories, seeking for systematic reduction of energy consumption, reducing greenhouse gases, protecting the environment in developed and developing countries, innovating to reduce our reliance on energy, finding and implementing new business and partnership models… These are just some of the major challenges our teams meet day to day.
In every field of energy and energy production…
setec is organized into groups of experts who work with project teams to offer innovative, tailored solutions.
This positioning enables setec to ensure continuity from the design phase to implementation and operations.
setec helps its partners and clients define their projects and develop their strategies, by providing support in the following aspects:
- Programming, definition of needs and preliminary studies (roadmaps, carbon assessments, strategic counsel and energy source studies)
- Technical, economic and financial feasibility studies
- Surveys and diagnostics
- Contractor assistance
- Project management
Nuclear facilities: from design to decommissioning
setec offers a range of complementary skills, including project management, civil engineering, geotechnology, earthquake engineering, hydraulics, water processing/chemistry/reagents, mechanics, materials and diagnostics. Today, the company is bringing this multi-expertise approach to complex nuclear engineering projects, supporting clients in different phases from redevelopment, new constructions and new models to decommissioning and waste storage.