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In March this year, ENGIE presented the first five new businesses to be developed by employees in the Group's own business incubator. NextFlex is one of them... This startup makes it possible to reduce the power consumption of an industrial site on demand and in less than two hours. It also recycles unconsumed power generated on site to grid operators. Its creator Christophe Huguet explains...
Niterói, a Brazilian city with around 500,000 residents facing Rio de Janeiro across Guanabara Bay, is now the first city in South America to introduce an innovative urban traffic management solution in partnership with ENGIE
We look back in images on the first Vivatechnology event held in Paris between June 30 and July 2. An overview of three days dedicated to innovation, creativity and ingenuity; three days of hectic and passionate enthusiasm.
From June 30 to July 2, 2016, Vivatechnology brings together startups, directors, investors and opinion leaders around a single goal – anticipating new ways in which technology will be used in tomorrow's world. ENGIE takes you behind the scenes of this first day…
The GreenChannel energy transition crowdfunding platform is one of the first five new incubated businesses to be developed by ENGIE Group employees. It gives members of the public the opportunity to invest in mature projects with strong environmental, technical and financial credentials. We meet with its founder Mathieu Dancre.
Brainchild of an ENGIE Group employee, Please is a startup formed with the ambition of providing neighborhood concierge services by offering city dwellers all the daily services they need. The concept is now up and running, and is one of the first five businesses to be launched by the Group startup incubator. Its creator David Denis tells us more...
For Day 5 of ENGIE Innovation Week on Friday, June 10, the spotlight was on gas!
How could innovations change our daily lives? That was the central question addressed during Day 4 of ENGIE Innovation Week on Thursday June 9.
In March this year, ENGIE presented the first five new businesses to be developed by Group employees within its in-house business incubator. They include blu.e, which aims to use information technologies and big data to boost industry performance in general, and energy performance in particular. We meet with its Director Tanguy Mathon.
On Wednesday, June 8, ENGIE Innovation Week focused on the cities of tomorrow that will be home to 60% of the world's population. Innovative digital, mobility and urban development solutions already exist to help build these future communities.