At Linxon we strive for a sustainable future by questioning traditional ways of building electrical substations

From the corporate level to individual employees, we are committed to reducing resource depletion, pollution and biodiversity damage. We aim to halve CO2 emissions by 2030 and reach net-zero by 2050.

Our Environmental Approach

Engineering

We incorporate the latest methods with the newest technology to bring together a product that is easily constructible with minimal environmental impact.

Procurement

We are pursuing Circular Economy Principles intended to “design out” waste. We strive to use products that last and that are optimised for a cycle of disassembly and reuse.

Construction

Through modularization, we shorten the construction period of our substations as well as reduce HSE exposure. We reduce environmental contamination by focusing on concrete, silt and sediment management.

Case Study

An off-the-grid hybrid power environmentally friendly initiative — the Abrajst 132/11kV substation.

Linxon is committed to the efforts undertaken by its employees to voluntarily integrate social and environmental concerns into our operations and relationships with our stakeholders. The Abraj team falls within this framework with a photovoltaic (PV)-diesel hybrid system for the site office facilities, becoming the first Linxon team to implement this renewable energy type for Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) work and off-the-grid.

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