In March this year, ENGIE presented the first five new businesses to be developed by Group employees within its in-house business incubator. They include blu.e, which aims to use information technologies and big data to boost industry performance in general, and energy performance in particular. We meet with its Director Tanguy Mathon.
ENGIE is engaged in a wide-ranging open innovation program alongside innovative startup businesses. That program includes an internal business incubator that has already helped five startups to take off. But what does Incubation by ENGIE actually mean in practice?
On Wednesday, June 8, ENGIE Innovation Week focused on the cities of tomorrow that will be home to 60% of the world's population. Innovative digital, mobility and urban development solutions already exist to help build these future communities.
Tuesday June 7 was a full-on day for ENGIE Innovation Week. Calls for projects, startup pitches, conferences... And the Innovation Award presentation ceremony as the high point!
Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE, opened the 2nd edition of the ENGIE Innovation Week. Relive the opening of ENGIE’s Innovation Week in Brussels, Bucharest, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Dubaï or Beijing in video!
The first Solar Fast Charging Station in Belgium is open for business. So how does it work? This revolutionary terminal can recharge electric cars using solar energy... and all in just half an hour!
At the beginning of this year, the total amount of solar photovoltaic power generating capacity in Europe broke through the 100-gigawatt barrier. This figure has been made possible not only by falling generating costs, but also by the growing interest of business users and domestic consumers in this eco-friendly, innovative source of power. Here's the ENGIE assessment...
Isabelle Kocher was appointed as ENGIE Group CEO on May 3. She succeeds Gérard Mestrallet, who becomes Chairman of the Board. Isabelle Kocher unveils her roadmap to establish ENGIE as a leading force in the energy transition over the next three years.
The term 'smart energy' refers to a more responsible and more intelligent way of consuming energy. Thanks to connected objects, remote management and new technologies, it is now possible to respond more effectively to customer needs, at the same time as reducing the cost and impact of the energy they consume. ENGIE and Smart Impulse are renewing and strengthening their smart energy partnership to deliver more effective support for achieving the goals of the energy transition.
The Jupiter 1000 project, France's first Power to Gas demonstrator plant, was officially launched by ENGIE subsidiary GRTgaz on March 30. So what is the principle behind it? It is to convert energy generated from renewable sources to gas that can then be stored. Find out more...