GEP-Travaux is the construction subsidiary of the GEP group. It is involved in the construction of the plants that the group plans to build: wind, photovoltaic and biogas. GEP-Travaux also positions itself in tenders or consultations to build power plants that will not be owned by the group. GEP-Travaux is also developing a so-called "traditional" activity in the Marseilles region.
GEP-Travaux, formerly SENERGIES, was formed from the business assets of SENERGIES and ERI SUD-OUEST acquired from the Commercial Court of Marseille on October 28, 2015.
GEP-Travaux is gradually transforming its activity to carry out the works of the GEP group.
GEP-Travaux is 100% owned by GEP. It is the "works" subsidiary of the GEP group.
GEP-Travaux is headed by Jean-Marie SANTANDER, in his capacity as Chairman and Stéphane VIALETTES as CEO.
GEP-Travaux (ex SENERGIES) has become an expert in the construction of photovoltaic power plants thanks to the two skills:
- Structures (fixed and tracker)
- Electricity (DC and AC)
ENR’SUN : 24 warehouses (4 MWp)
VOL-V SOLAR : 4 warehouses (1 MWp)
GREENYELLOW (Groupe Casino) : 3 shadehouses
SIG GENEVE : shadehouse 0,5 MWp
BOUYGUES PENTAGONE : 0,8 MWp
QUADRAN Cellar of Montagnac : 0,45MWp
And many others…
BOUYGUES Cap Découverte
Gardanne 9,3 MWp
Valleragues 4,5 MWp
Brassemonte 12 MWp
Aigaliers 7 MWp
VOL-V SOLAR : Servas 2 MWp
CET Libron 4,5 MWp
Bertheniville 5,3 MWp
Boussens 3,2 MWp
Garfin 10 MWp
Luxey 8 MWp
YGOS 6 MWp
COMPAGNIE DU VENT : Langele 2 MWp
Saint-Restitut 3 MWp
Aspres sur Buech 4,7 MWp
BORALEX : Montfort 10 MWp