ENGIE has given itself three years to align its portfolio with its new strategy

ENGIE has given itself three years to align its portfolio with its new strategy

In an energy sector undergoing rapid transformation, the Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE, Isabelle Kocher, aims to profoundly remodel the group’s activities, taking a “determined but not hasty” approach.

“Towards a new energy mix”

“Towards a new energy mix”

“The energy industry is undergoing dramatic changes”. This is how Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE Group, opened her speech at the Smart Energies Summit on 1 June 2016. Faced with climate change, the energy transition is already underway, in its human and technological dimensions.

“We want to be a global leader in the energy transition”

“We want to be a global leader in the energy transition”

In an interview published in BFM Business on February 29, ENGIE Chairman and CEO Gérard Mestrallet looked back on the Group’s financial results for 2015. He also used the interview to explain the Group’s new global strategy and to talk about the appointment of Isabelle Kocher as CEO.

“There are jobs to be created by the energy transition”

“There are jobs to be created by the energy transition”

On the day that MEDEF opened its youth-themed summer school, ENGIE Chairman & CEO Gérard Mestrallet appeared on the France 2 channel to explain the measures put in place by the Group to make it easier for students to make the transition to working life. In the run-up to COP21 in Paris this December, he also referred to the growing commitment of private companies to engage in the process of countering global warming.

Companies have a moral duty to support their employees and boost their employability

“Companies have a moral duty to support their employees and boost their employability”

ENGIE Chairman and CEO Gérard Mestrallet was recently appointed as Apprenticeship Ambassador by François Rebsamen, the French government Minister for Labour, Employment, Vocational Training and Social Dialogue. In this interview with the daily newspaper La Croix, Gérard Mestrallet talks about his vision for company-based employment, the role of digital technology in the economy, and the new roles that companies have to play in boosting employment.

An innovative stratégy to bring talented new people into the Group

An innovative strategy to bring talented new people into the Group

EThe Executive Vice-President Group Human Ressources, Henri Ducré and Marie Fresnel, Head office of Employer Brand & Academic Relations, explain in Grandes Ecoles et Universités magazine, the strategy developed by the Group to work as closely as possible with applicants. They talk about concrete actions to stay an attractive Group for candidates.

Valérie Bernis comments the first integrated report of ENGIE's Group

Valérie Bernis comments the first integrated report of ENGIE’s Group

For the first integrated report of ENGIE, Valérie Bernis, Executive Vice-President in charge of Communications, Marketing and Environmental and Societal Responsibility comments on the Group’s commitment to present all stakeholders with an integrated performance vision.

ENGIE encourages more women into technical roles

ENGIE encourages more women into technical roles

Stéphane Randretsa, Executive Vice President, Human Resources at Cofely Ineo, introduces this important initiative that received a 2012 Diversity Award in the «Recruitment & Induction» category.

Gérard Mestrallet’s speech to the 6th New World Forum

Gérard Mestrallet’s speech to the 6th New World Forum

ENGIE partnered the 6th New World Forum hosted at the headquarters of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) on October 7 and 8 last year.

ENGIE explains its involvement alongside Toshiba in developing nuclear power in the United Kingdom

ENGIE explains its involvement alongside Toshiba in developing nuclear power in the United Kingdom

ENGIE Chairman and CEO Gérard Mestrallet talks about this important announcement and its significance for the future of the Group within the UK nuclear power industry.

Energy in Europe can be given a new lease of life

“Energy in Europe can be given a new lease of life”

Gérard Mestrallet, ENGIE Group Chairman & CEO and member of the Magritte Group, gave his views on the future for energy in Europe in an interview published in Le Figaro on March 20 2014.