At the end of the year 2016, the magazine Futur Energy, one of the most important specialised publications in the energy sector, has echoed on the back cover section of its latest issue, the most important national and international projects of Eiffage Energía. It has certainly been a year of great achievements for the company for new business opportunities both inside and outside Spain, where the process of expansion of business activity continues with great success.
Eight years ago, Eiffage Energía began the project of the Amareleja photovoltaic plant (Portugal) , and has gradually succeeded in expanding over 3 continents. First Europe, then Latin America and recently Africa embrace the various subsidiaries of the company (Eiffage Energía Mexico, Eiffage Energía Peru, Eiffage Energía Chile, Ambitec, Inelbo and Conscytec), which has successfully deployed its business lines: maintenance, installations, civil engineering and construction, electrical infrastructure and renewable energy.
The productive history of the company has also promoted the creation of the Eiffage Energía International Department located in Madrid, which is already in operation. Among other things, it will have the function of providing administrative support, human, legal and financial resources to all departments that operate at international level.
Among the national projects we could highlight: The new framework contract for maintenance of the Unión Fenosa distribution networks, the refurbishment of the Solvia (Banco Sabadell) offices in Alicante, the construction of three EDAR (waste water treatment plants) in Castilla-La Mancha in UTE (Temporary Union of Companies) along with two other companies, or the award of the framework contract for the maintenance of the Redexis Gas networks in Jaen and Granada, among others.
At the international level, we can mention some projects such as: the important project for electricity infrastructures in Peru and the creation of Eiffage Energía’s new subsidiary in that country; the first expansion project in Africa for electrical transport or the electric EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract) for the wind farm and high voltage power line in Sierra Gorda.