Between 6th and 8th November all roads will go to Vienna. The Austrian city is hosting the European Utility Week, one of the largest European events in the energy sector, where Efacec will be present.
With over 12 000 international visitors, 100 countries present and 600 exhibitors, the European Utility Week will be the place to shape together a sustainable energy future.
The profound change that the energy sector is undergoing has brought new challenges for the major players. The big companies now need to redefine their role and their business processes in the changing energy landscape. Efacec is actively involved in this transition to a cleaner, more distributed and intelligent energy, creating value through the development of integrated, high-tech solutions for the generation, transmission and distribution of energy. One of the strategic pillars of Efacec is sustainability. In this sense, intelligent and efficient solutions are designed to contribute to a smarter future and a better life.
Efacec has actively contributed to the creation of a more innovative energy, in particular on electric mobility. The highlight of this event is the view4grid CPMS, one of Efacec’s contributions to the future of mobility. This solution is the answer to the wide diffusion of infrastructures of electric charge since it allows the maximum availability and multi-client management service.
With a continuous focus on innovation, Efacec develops products, services and systems that result in flexible, resilient and reliable solutions. With references in more than 60 countries, Efacec is committed to the digitalisation of the different phases of the energy value chain (transformers, switchgear, switchgear, automation and control) and will present in Vienna demos of its solutions in these areas.
Efacec is present in strategic markets such as Europe, the United States of America, Latin America, Asia, Middle East, Maghreb and Africa.
With a comprehensive value chain, Efacec acts in the generation, distribution and transmission of energy; design, energy, construction and maintenance of integrated systems (EPC – Engineering, Procurement and Construction) for the energy, environment, industry and transports; and development of Electric Mobility solutions and their commercialization.