ENGIE makes climate its priority
As the 195 parties to the COP21 Business & Climate Summit reached an historic agreement last December to limit global warming to within 2°C, ENGIE made the energy transition its central strategy. Find out more about the stance of the Group and the low carbon solutions it offers for effectively combating climate change.
Organized in conjunction with the Moroccan Business Confederation (CGEM), the French Business Confederation (MEDEF) and the Terrawatt Initiative, the first Solar@COP conference was held as a side event at COP22 in Marrakech on Tuesday, November 15. ENGIE CEO Isabelle Kocher was one of the industrial, political and financial leaders invited to speak on the subject of solar energy as a key solution in the fight against global warming.
Aware of its responsibility and the major role it has to play in the energy transition, the Group defended the need to reach a fair worldwide agreement that will limit global warming to 2°C between now and 2050.