Produce, store, and master energy
Applied to many sectors of activity, electrical engineering must allow us to meet several objectives in terms of energy management. First, we must be able to produce energy in an alternator.
Then, we must be able to store it by designing adapted solutions as well as the processes required for filling and supervising the energy reservoir. Secondly, this discipline focuses on transporting electricity to the unit for which it is intended.
This specifically involves creating wiring harnesses, by optimising the route taken and the distance covered. Lastly: use of the energy itself, in order to power a given system.
Consequently, this activity involves a wide variety of sectors, from the transmission of electricity at a very high voltage to supply a tramway or an energy distribution network to wiring for electric vehicles.