A mission abroad that increased his experience

We introduced you to him back in June, and now he has returned from a six-week assignment as an engineering consultant in Mauritania. So we interviewed him again. He is Renaud Préat, a Syngenia engineer seconded to the Renewable Energy … Continued

A successful joint R&D phase

Since 2013 Electrabel, Tractebel Engineering and Alstom have been working on a motor replacement project integrating the results of a joint R&D phase involving all three parties. These motors power containment unit spray systems and are to be installed inside … Continued

A passion for international energy policies

Renaud Préat has a bio-engineer’s Master in rural economy and sociology at the Gembloux University, to which he added further studies in environmental coordination at the IVPV (University of Gent) and vocational training in aeronautic product design.  His unusual profile … Continued

7 skills to develop for a good engineer

We have asked a number of engineers to tell us which qualities they feel are necessary to succeed in their domain.  –        Be curious and logical A scientific approach and technical know-how are not enough on their own, an engineer … Continued

The wind in his sails

Three years ago, armed with a civil engineering diploma in electromechanics, Olivier de Caritat joined the Tractebel Engineering team as a consultant. There, he helped to study and develop wind turbine projects. Since January 2014, he has been on a … Continued

People at the center of interest

In an interview published in Trends on 12th March 2015, Patrick Wielemans explains how people are at the center of interest

Manon Hap – launching a great career

Freshly graduated from the UCL, Manon Hap studied as a civil engineer in electromechanics, with energy as her specialism.  She is rounding off her first contract with Tecnubel, at their headquarters in Dessel, before joining Tractebel Engineering for a new … Continued