North America is producing increasing quantities of non-conventional hydrocarbons and generating more and more energy from renewable sources. The ENGIE Group has had an operational presence here for many years, and is currently restructuring its business portfolio in favor of an energy mix that delivers lower CO2 emissions alongside innovative solutions for its customers.
In the light of the energy transition, ENGIE Brazil becomes one of the main sponsors of the Museum of Tomorrow (“Museu do Amanhã”), in Rio de Janeiro. Inaugurated in 2016, the Museum of Tomorrow is guided by values of sustainability and interaction and seeks the promotion of innovation as well as the dissemination of advancements in science and the disclosure of vital signs of the planet.
ENGIE Lab Singapore, a new regional hub for energy innovation and technology in Southeast Asia, has now opened. The lab will focus on three major fields of sustainable and green energy development: smart energy systems for cities and islands, industrial energy efficiency, and gas technologies.
The energy revolution is well underway in Belgium, where renewables generation is accelerating alongside the development of solutions but are both digital and innovative. ENGIE is contributing directly to these technological breakthroughs via its ENGIE Electrabel subsidiary. We take a closer look at this innovative company...
Niterói, a Brazilian city with around 500,000 residents facing Rio de Janeiro across Guanabara Bay, is now the first city in South America to introduce an innovative urban traffic management solution in partnership with ENGIE
In June, the International Energy Agency (IEA) published its 2016 Energy Technology Perspectives report.To turn the promises made at COP21 into a reality, technology has a pivotal role to play in cities which are now home to almost half of the world’s population. What needs to be done? What is the best approach? Below are some ideas.
In 30 years, there will be almost 9bn of us living on planet Earth. To overcome the energy shortage which is an increasingly pressing matter in some parts of the globe, the Group is developing innovative, enduring solutions so that our most vulnerable communities have access to water and electricity.
The French model for the energy industry is rapidly evolving. Following publication of the Energy Transition for Green Growth Act (LTECV) in August 2015, the objectives are clearly defined: to consolidate the country’s energy independence, limit its carbon footprint, and fight against energy poverty. ENGIE is committed to these targets, focusing on decentralized, digital zero carbon energy.
Being on the path of history: this is the promise with which ENGIE’s 2015 Annual Report opens. And within that promise, the desire to make an ever firmer commitment to the transition to clean energy and develop new, innovative, digital solutions for energy producing less and less carbon.
Pascal Canfin (Head of WWF France), Alain Grandjean (Economist) and Gérard Mestrallet (Chairman of the Board of Directors of ENGIE) – the chairmen of the carbon pricing committee appointed by Ségolène Royal, the French Minister of the Environment, Energy and the Sea – today submitted their final report, including 10 key recommendations.