If it wasn’t for innovation, what would become of decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization, so prized by ENGIE? Thierry Lepercq, Executive Vice President in charge of the Group’s Research & Technology, answers in the newspaper La Tribune. In particular, he talks about ENGIE’s work on hydrogen and the “ENGIE Fab” Open Innovation policy.
What is energy? How can energy be made accessible to all? How will the energy of tomorrow be produced? It is to these questions that the children of the Group's employees respond, at the dawn of the energy revolution..
All forms of crowdfunding have met with great success in recent years. To play a part in the development of renewable energies, ENGIE is inviting people to take part in participative funding and make an individual contribution to projects that promote green energies.
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