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Laborelec, part of ENGIE Research & Innovation, offers services to all players in the electricity sector. Electricity producers and grid operators are among our historical customers, but our offer does not end there: we also serve the industry in its broadest sense, as well as communities and the public sector.

Much of our support focuses on the day-to-day operation of our customers’ facilities. Our goals are to protect the value of their investments and improve the performance of their assets. But beyond operations, we also provide upstream assistance for engineering companies, investors and others.

Another of our mission is to drive innovation. Because we firmly believe in the virtuous circle of operational assistance and the upstream R&D which feeds it, we’re confident that our contracted research services provide essential and well-targeted support to customers when they need it.

So, what can we do for you?

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Our website is more than just our showcase. It describes who we are, where we come from, and what we do for our different groups of customers. But if you have just two minutes to devote to us, this video is for you. It’s a helicopter view of solutions, our areas of operation, and the expertise and skills we can call upon from our 370 dedicated colleagues.


Testing the new generation of high-capacity PV modules

Laborelec is conducting tests on the newest generation of PV modules with  capacities exceeding 600 Wp. Stress tests are being carried…

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Studying exhaust gas recirculation to improve CCGT carbon capture

ENGIE Laborelec’s research into exhaust gas recirculation, to optimize post-combustion capture on GTs, provides valuable insights for next-generation flexible CCGTs…

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Recycling old laptops can help reforestation

In 2023, we collaborated with OutOfUse to send in nearly 600 "out-of-use" business laptops and docking stations for treatment and…

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Webinar | How to reduce the risk of steam turbine cracking due to flexible operation?

Steam turbines are subject to accelerated ageing due to flexible operation imposed by the energy transition. There have even been…

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Wider research on how public lighting affects biodiversity

Laborelec, part of ENGIE Research & Innovation, is further widening its research into how biodiversity is affected by public lighting,…

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Join us at WNE 2023

Come and meet us at the WNE that will take place in Paris 28-30 November 2023.

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