Projects supported in France

Projects supported in France

By supporting organizations such as Habitat et Humanisme and Les Toits de l’Espoir, ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies plays a proactive role in making home environmental performance accessible to everyone in France. The majority of its non-profit partner organizations offer solutions for refurbishing vacant homes as part of a permanent commitment to improving energy efficiency.

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Projects supported in Asia

Projects supported in Asia

Replacing fossil fuels with sources of renewable energy in the state of Bihar, installing solar power kits in the state of Maharashtra, helping struggling communities in Bangladesh and bringing electrical power to schools in The Philippines: ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies sees its commitment to promoting access to energy for the rural communities of Asia as a fundamental necessity.

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Projects supported in Africa

Projects supported in Africa

Providing charging facilities for cellphones and small electrical appliances, installing fuel-efficient stoves and distributing products in partnership with cellphone service providers: ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies helps selected companies to offer services that bring power to off-grid African communities.

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Projects supported in Latin America

Projects supported in Latin America

Providing charging facilities for cellphones and small electrical appliances, installing fuel-efficient stoves and offering personal biogas solutions: ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Energies is helping selected companies to offer services that bring power to off-grid communities in Latin America.

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Find out more about the solidarity investments and donations made by ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Énergies around the world:

  

Who are the stakeholders involved by the ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Énergies initiative?

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Through ENGIE Rassembleurs d’Énergies, the Group naturally encourages a partnership-based approach among all its stakeholders in terms of sustainable access to energy for all:

Public authorities: Local government, Development Agencies, European Union, United Nations

Project developers: Associations, Social entrepreneurs, ENGIE employees

Financial institutions: Regional development banks, international financial institutions

Development players: Social entrepreneurship network; development NGOs

General public: Individuals, customers, labor unions, civil society, the academic world

ENGIE employees: Within all the Group’s subsidiaries, and through the  Corporate Foundation.