The ENGIE Fab platform gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to make their ideas a reality and work together to build the solutions for tomorrow's digital world. So don't hesitate... ENGIE wants your knowledge and expertise!

ENGIE Fab: a 360° commitment to turning good ideas into operational solutions

The aim of the Group's open innovation commitment is to give startups, entrepreneurs and project sponsors the opportunity to put forward their ideas and receive assistance from ENGIE and its energy and digital technology experts.

This commitment has four cornerstones, all of which are grouped together under the ENGIE Fab banner:

The ENGIE Fab calls for projects

ENGIE regularly launches calls for projects in strategic areas of energy:

Selected by a panel of expert judges, the winning startups are supported in their growth by the Group, giving them the opportunity to see their solutions become a reality in the market.

Innovative solutions for SMART Buildings

Innovative solutions for SMART Buildings

Workplace optimisation, energy consumption/performance, employee wellbeing: ENGIE UK is looking to identify innovative projects for a new joint energy and services offer for our B2B customers. Cost effective, user friendly, easy to deploy, these solutions can implement required changes (e.g. temperature decrease or dimming of lights) from a smart phone, tablet or desk top computer. They have to be able to be linked with existing and new systems. Deadline for applications: April 28, 2017.

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In-depth inspection of wind turbine blades

In-depth inspection of wind turbine blades

ENGIE Green, a Group subsidiary, is looking for an innovation that will allow it to perform in-depth inspection of the blades of ENGIE wind turbines in operation, identifying defects such as cracks, ungluing of parts, folds, etc. The solution chosen must be capable of analyzing a blade to a depth of a few centimeters taking account of its structure, and be mobile enough to be employed by an operator using an aerial platform. At a later stage it could be installed on a drone (either flying or rolling), enabling the inspection to be piloted from the ground. Deadline for applications: April 14, 2017.

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