EGÚ Brno 1951-2020We are an established company with a long history of conducting energy research and offering advisory services – we started as a part of the Czech Academy of Science, following which we transformed into a research institute, and since 1992 we have been operating as a joint-stock company.
Our expert teamIn our work, we combine the knowledge of experts with many years of experience and deep insight into energy issues, with the knowledge and enthusiasm of young specialists. Therefore, our team comprises of innovative and dynamic people who understand energy issues and look at every problem from a different perspective.
Membership in OrganisationsOur experts are members of prestigious national and international organisations.
Research and DevelopmentWe participate in a number of interesting research and development projects in accordance with the professional focus of our company. We will be happy to collaborate on research and development projects with new partners from the private and public sectors.
JournalsOur articles are being published in sectoral journals like Energetika, Pro-Energy, oEnergetice.cz, All for power, Slovgas, Plyn.
Cooperation with universitiesWe are in a close cooperation with Czech universities (Brno University of Technology, Technical University of Ostrava, and Masaryk University), participating in several research projects and lecturing and mentoring students.
MAESMAES is our long-term developed complex model for simulation of technical and economic processes in an electrical network.
MSPESOur network models enable calculations and analyses of conditions in electrical networks of all voltage levels for the current state and future expected operating modes.
Unique database of the Czech and European energy systemsThanks to our long history dating back to 1951, we have an extensive and unique collection of data on the Czech and European electricity, gas, and heating sector.
Measuring of atmospheric icing – stend StudniceOur high-voltage transmission towers were built by the end of the 1970s, and the purpose is atmospheric icing monitoring and research. Atmospheric icing measurements on measuring rods in this locality have been carried out continuously since 1940, which is the longest series of atmospheric icing measurements in the world.
Experimental room in Sokolnice substationTensile loading and destruction tests of a wide range of structural parts can be performed in the test room.