CAHORS fournit des matériels Moyenne Tension pour la Tour M2


Context and customer requierement

Measuring 165m tall, the M2 Tower will host the future headquarters of St Gobain in Courbevoie by 2019-2020. Designed by the Valode et Pistre architectural firm, this 38-floor glass tower will showcase the group’s international reach and its expertise. Future-focused and featuring sustainable design, the building will comply with applicable environmental standards. Each section will feature a garden, designed to bring well-being and greenery to the building’s occupants. In this context, ENGIE ordered CAHORS to provide Medium Voltage equipment.

CAHORS solutions

  • 11 HV/LV transformers and 1 dry-type zero sequence generator due to it being a high-rise building
  • 1 HVA supply substation, type: Grany
  • 1 HVA substation power unit, type: Grany
  • 3 HVA transformer substations, type: Grany

Solution advantages

ENGIE chose CAHORS because the company was looking for a reliable partner capable of working with all of the site’s medium voltage equipment within a very short turnaround time.