ENGIE is committed to responsible growth of its businesses (power, natural gas and energy services) in response to the central challenges of the energy transition towards a low-carbon economy: providing access to sustainably generated energy, combating climate change, reducing its effect and making responsible use of natural resources. The Group is developing high-performance, innovative solutions for personal customers, urban authorities and companies by applying its expertise in four key sectors: renewables, energy efficiency, liquefied natural gas and digital technologies.
OUR 3 CORE BUSINESSES
As a major stakeholder in the international energy industry, ENGIE is focused on its 3 core businesses of Electricity, Natural Gas and Energy Services to support and develop a new vision of energy for the world: sustainable energy available to everyone.
The Group has a strong presence at every link in energy value chain, from low-carbon generation to the provision of energy-efficient solutions for all its customers.
ENGIE AROUND THE WORLD
A business presence in 70 countries
With a strong presence on every continent, ENGIE applies expertise at every link in the energy knowledge chain based on a simplified regional structure that is uncompromisingly customer focused. The Group is adapting to the challenges of a world in which energy is decentralized with a more agile organizational structure rooted at local level and reliant on core business synergies.
154,950 employees, 97,200 of whom are devoted to energy efficiency
As part of succeeding in the challenge to make energy more sustainable and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, around two-thirds of the Group workforce is involved in introducing high added value energy efficiency solutions.
Business activities structured into 24 Business Units and 5 Core Businesses
ENGIE is accelerating its own transformation with a new organizational structure consistent with the new corporate plan launched in April 2015. The Group now operates through 24 regionally-structured Business Units, 5 Core Businesses with responsibility for managing sector specific expertise and supporting BU development, and a new head office designed to ensure cohesion across the business.
In responding to the new challenges of the energy market, the Group is accelerating its strategic shift towards achieving a single unified ambition: to lead the global energy transition.
Through its organizational structure and goals, ENGIE is adapting to the new challenges of the energy world, at the same time as protecting the interests of all its stakeholders.all its stakeholders
For more than 180 years and throughout the Industrial Revolution, the Group has diversified and adapted what it does to suit the needs of its customers. The world of energy continues its process of transformational change.