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Electris as electricity grid operator in Mersch, Rollingen and Beringen
Electris has been operating the local electricity grid in the communities of Mersch, Rollingen and Beringen for more than a century. The tasks for which we are responsible and which have to be fulfilled are diverse. For example, the implementation of new connections and connection reinforcements, the regular maintenance of the grid infrastructure and the fulfilment of the emergency fault service are part of the tasks that Electris performs in this function.
We fulfil these tasks with the help of our competent and motivated team of specialists in the fields of electrical installation, electrical engineering and network planning.
Below you can find the network area covered by Electris
Data & facts
Would you like to get a detailed insight into our electricity grid? Here you will find all the facts and figures up to date.
Overhead lines Medium voltage MV
Underground cable MV
Earth cable low voltage LV
Private connections low voltage LV
Transformer stations 20 kV/400 V
Customer stations 20 kV/400 V
Total annual consumption 2020
Annual maximum output 2020
Combined heat and power plants
The electricity network operators are tasked to ensure the transport and distribution of energy in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
The "StroumMonitor" is provided by the transmission system operator Creos to inform about the level of national electricity consumption. The European Commission calls on all electricity consumers to reduce their consumption at peak times. A joint effort should help to limit as much as possible the generation of electricity from fossil fuels, especially gas, a limited and expensive resource.
We would like to point out that the "StroumMonitor" does not reflect the stability of the Luxembourg electricity grid.
Clear signals based on a daily forecast of peak hours serve as a reference for you to take the right measures and reduce your energy consumption during these critical hours. The forecasts for the next day are updated daily. For more detailed information and tips on how to reduce your peak loads during high-consumption hours, visit www.zesumme-spueren.lu.
Our experienced experts on the topics of grid connections, integration of self-generation plants, "smart meter" and much more are happy to be there for you personally.