About Osmose

Founded in 1934, Osmose is the market-leading provider of critical inspection, mobile contact voltage testing, maintenance and restoration services for electric transmission, distribution and telecommunications utilities in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Osmose safeguards over 8 million electric utility and telecom grid structures each year.  Headquartered near Atlanta, Georgia, the company employs 4,000 people and has made a significant commitment to serving utilities in Europe from our European headquarters in The Netherlands.  Osmose’s field technicians, professional engineers, wood scientists, and corrosion experts utilize their expertise to identify and solve issues to make utility infrastructure safer, longer-lasting and more resilient while lowering the total cost of ownership.  Osmose is a portfolio company of the Stockholm-based firm EQT, one of the first private equity firms in Northern Europe and one with notable strength in infrastructure-related investments.


About Power Survey

Power Survey is a revolutionary new technology solution and one of Osmose’s premier service lines for the European market.  The innovative solution provides technical loss reduction, electric field testing and asset management services to electric utilities. Since the launch of Power Survey services in 2006, our highly trained crews have identified over 180,000 utility cable and system faults – more than all other organizations on earth combined. These findings have enabled dramatic improvements in asset management, CO2 reduction, energy efficiency, and safety for utility customers acrossEurope .


About Grid Asset Management

Osmose’s operational and technical innovation plus its highly trained field service workforce make them the expert at inspecting, maintaining, and restoring the structures that support utility and telecommunication networks. As the undisputed industry leader in grid-asset management, Osmose safeguards more than 8 million electric utility and telecom structures annually—three times more than the nearest competitor.