Who we are
MAETEL is a multinational company, operating in more than 15 countries in Europe, America and Asia. Maetel belongs to the industrial division of the ACS Group, a world leader in infrastructure development and operation.
With 20 Years of Experience, we have become a benchmark in different Industrial Sectors, Substations & Power Lines, and in the Energy Sector (solar, wind and biomass), building EPC projects ("turnkey") and performing its Operation and Maintenance, having built more than 1 GW in large-scale Photovoltaic Power Plants throughout the world.
Areas of Activity
In MAETEL we are leaders in Renewable Energies and Industrial Facilities, highlighting our work in EPC Projects ("Turnkey") and Maintenance, besides our commitment to sustainable development.
Main activities that structure MAETEL are Renewable Energies, Substations, Power Lines, Industrial Installations, Maintenance, Instrumentation and Control.
We are specialists in EPC and O&M projects of Renewable Energies (solar, wind, biomass), with more than 1 GW installed in photovoltaic plants worldwide.
Substations and Power Lines
We develop electrical projects of transport, transformation, generation and distribution, including its design, integral execution and maintenance.
Industrial Installations and Maintenance
We excel in this sector offering all kinds of industrial installations and their maintenance (electrical, mechanical, HVAC, fire protection, piping...).
Our Renewable Energy Projects
MAETEL is a global reference in the construction of Renewable Energy Projects (Solar, Wind, Biomass), offering all the guarantees of the full EPC, in addition to the O&M.
To date, MAETEL has constructed more than 1 GW in Photovoltaic Power Projects worldwide as the main Contractor, having constructed more than 400 MW in Japan.
Construction of the Oita photovoltaic plant completed
The 38.7 MW Oita photovoltaic plant begins commercial operations in Japan.
MAETEL receives the RSA+ 2020 Seal
MAETEL, once again recognised with the Aragon 2020 Social Responsibility seal
Cherry Lake (98 MW), gets final project approval
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan grants the final approval of the Cherry Lake project (98...