As an independent consulting and engineering firm, IED has been involved in the provision of sustainable energy services since its creation in 1988. Our involvement extends from the study phase right through to the construction and commissioning of infrastructure such as distribution networks and renewable energy production plants.

We work for private investors and for clients in the public sector (power utilities, ministries, rural electrification agencies), and for international financial institutions.

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Back in pictures on the validation workshop of the national program to improve access to electricity in Mali

IED organized the validation workshop of the national program to improve access to electricity in Mali which was held on 3 November 2022 in Bamako.

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This workshop is part of the PASEM project of the Republic of Mali, funded to the tune of 150 million dollars by the World Bank, and targets universal access to electricity by 2030 (only half of

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Focus on electricity sector planning in Cameroon: SONATREL relies on IED's DAP and GAP software

As part of the project of Upgrading and Development of the Electricity Transmission Network and Reform of the Sector for SONATREL-Cameroun (National Electricity Transmission Company), IED carried out a major training program for the executives of this company.  Two two-weeks training sessions were held in Ebolowa and Mbankomo in September and

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The Cotonou Bel'Harmonie Lions Club and IED together to support the poorest in Benin

Deeply attached to the cause of human values and their respect, IED accompanies and supports the projects carried out by its employees, projects in which they are personally involved, whether at the headquarters in France or abroad.

Each year, several actions are supported and encouraged by IED.

In 2022, among the various actions carried out by

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A session of HV/LV networks training (via GISELEC) provided by IED

As part of its activities and expertise, IED has been sought by:

  • SONELEC (National Electricity Company of the Comoros)
  • EDG (Electricity of Guinea)
  • CI Énergies (Côte d'Ivoire Énergies)
  • IRAF (Engineering and Achievements AFricaines) Guinea

In order to train their staff to electrical and mechanical dimensioning of the HV and LV networks.

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WAPP Power System Mapping, a collaboration between IED and the World Bank

Commissionned by the World Bank, IED maps ECOWAS electricity systems in 2022 within GIS web application.

In total, it is more than 200 installed power plants representing nearly 27 GW, 580 source stations and 1000 stransmission lines which have been georeferenced. A part of the MV distribution networks has also been integrated into the platform.

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