We are working towards
"With our expertise, we develop global asset management solutions, cost-effective lifecycle management, cybersecurity, security of supply, and therefore technological integration between physical and digital. "
At SMART UP ENERGIES, we combine the best of electrotechnical and digital technology to facilitate the transition to new uses of lower-carbon, energy-efficient, flexible and competitive electricity.
For smart electrical networks
As the referent for the electrical and digital equipment sector, GIMELEC places its action at the very heart of the challenges of energy policies and aims to achieve a much greater:
- Integration of renewable energies
- Reduction in CO2 emissions
- Electrical system flexibility
- Grid resilience
Cybersecurity, interoperability and predictive maintenance are the smart, flexible levers of electrical systems.
Promote new electricity uses
GIMELEC’s objective is to:
- Provide visibility on electrical network investment programmes to GIMELEC’s members, with an appropriate legal, technico-economic framework.
- Contribute to cross-disciplinary studies on the integration of renewable energies (RE), flexibility, cybersecurity and interoperability.
- Promote new electricity uses such as e-mobility, electricity storage, self-consumption.
- Play an influential role in French and European institutional bodies.
Our actions & achievements
MV/LV substations fitted out and maintained by our members
GoWc: power of the 4.8 million electric vehicles proposed in the Multiannual Energy Programme (PPE)
influential experts in standardisation committees
European utility week, Paris
As a partner, GIMELEC will be attending this international exhibition on energy, smart grids and microgrids, which will include several conferences.
T&D Europe's "All Electrical" initiative on key priorities
In a new series of publications, T&D Europe, with the active participation of GIMELEC, shares its views on smart grids, micro grids, electromobility, and data.
Pour l’intelligence énergétique
Saviez-vous que la Programmation pluriannuelle de l’énergie prévoit un objectif, à horizon 2028/2030, de 4,8 millions de véhicules électriques et qu’en 2035 la part d’autoconsommation électrique devrait concerner entre 5,8 et 11,6 millions de foyers ? Avec leurs solutions électronumériques, les adhérents du GIMELEC agissent pour l’intelligence énergétique.
"The development of electric vehicles will be the main factor in increasing electricity consumption in the 2020-2030 decade. It will generate a local need for managing flexibilities to ensure compliance with the conversion coefficients adopted in grid studies. A priority at GIMELEC."