On Thursday, 20 June, ENGIE organized "The good day", an event that brings together over a thousand of external actors, including change pioneers, opinion leaders, experts, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs, all in search of new ways to accelerate the zero-carbon transition.
In the context of the energy transition toward a low-carbon economy, ENGIE is seeking to help both its private- and public-sector customers better manage the complexities of energy management. The aim is to bring down their costs, their consumption and their environmental footprint.
ENGIE is at the Industry Strategy Meeting of the World Economic Forum to discuss the challenges of tomorrow's world, Shankar Krishnamoorthy like to tell you more about the transformation of the energy business. He has been with the energy industry for 35 years, and explain that it has never seen it as fascinating as it has been in the past five or ten years.
The Sisslerfeld wood-fired plant is a flagship project for the transition to zero-carbon energy. The "as a service" industrial project, which involves an investment of CHF 60 millions, will allow annual CO2 emissions to be reduced by 50,000 tonnes.
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