Processing Industry

The processing of raw materials such as cement, paper, steel, or even wastewater and sludge, requires heavy processes using electrical energy.

With regard to technical resources, the processing industry has similar requirements to those of power plants.

With our experience in the production of energy, we have had much success in this field.

IEPC personnel are trained to provide wide-ranging

services to meet the diverse requirements of

leading global actors.

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Projects Done

Electrical Protections Relay Retrofit in Africa on Gas power plant

IEPC has been awarded a retrofit contract for the upgrades of 4 electrical protection system units: Generator, Main Transformer and Distribution boards (MV&LV).
IEPC will supply the new design, the products (Advanced electrical protection relays). IEPC will install, commission and train the client on the products.

Electrical Protections Relay maintenance and AVR assistance in Latin America on Heavy Fuel power plant

IEPC has been awarded a maintenance contract for Electrical Protections Relay system and AVR support.

SCADA system migration to newer technologies in Africa on coal power plant

IEPC has been awarded a contract for the supply of new SCADA server and viewer.
IEPC will supply the SCADA and archiving system migration to newer technologies.

PSS tuning on hydro power plant

Tuning of a PSS2B production units in a new hydro power plant. Settings determination using the units characteristics, simulation and test on site.

Analysis and update of the excitation system (ControGen™) of a French chemical plant

IEPC has been awarded a contract for the analysis and update of the ControCad™ program of a French chemical plant accordingly to the current characteristics of the operative part.

Requalification of the excitation system (ControGen™) and protection system (MiCOM) of a thermal power plant in Ivory Coast

IEPC has been awarded a contract for the requalification and commissioning of the excitation system (ControGen™) and protection system (MiCOM) of a thermal power plant.