CEO of the ENGIE Group since May 2016, Isabelle Kocher has launched a vast transformation plan and is steering the Group’s activities toward new high-potential energy sectors.
Electricity production needs to replace coal in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to develop renewable energies while guaranteeing network stability. Natural gas appears to be the ideal solution. Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE, is in no doubt. She talks to the French Gas Association about natural gas projects developed by the Group throughout the world.
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Gérard Mestrallet, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ENGIE, and Isabelle Kocher, Chief Executive Officer, were guests at the 9th Paris Energy Forum on Thursday, November 24, 2016. They spoke about the substantial changes that the energy universe is experiencing, particularly resulting from climate change and from the domination of digital technology in our society.
For Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE, investing in the development of renewable energies – solar energy in particular – appears to be an obvious way of fighting against climate change. Interviewed by Le Journal du Dimanche, she reviews the steps that the Group plans to take by 2018.
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Lowering the company’s center of gravity, and giving its people greater freedom to innovate creatively at the point where value is created… at operational level. Redesigning the divisions of the Group around their geographic regions. These are the strategic measures taken by ENGIE in response to the energy transition, and explained in detail by CEO Isabelle Kocher to Le Monde.
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.
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.
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