Integrated Report 2018

The ENGIE group published the fifth edition of its integrated report at its Annual General Meeting on 18 May 2018. This report presents the major short, medium and long-term trends that impact its activities and on which the Group contributes to creating value. It establishes the links between, on the one hand, the risks and opportunities related to CSR issues and, on the other hand, the evolution of its business model.

Integrated Report 2018

ENGIE's 2018 Integrated Report provides a global overview of the Group, its environment and performance, and takes an approach structured around the Group's strategy, based on financial and CSR indicators.

This report is modelled on the reference framework published by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) of which ENGIE is a member. The IIRC promotes integrated thinking.

 

This report outlines:

 

  • the societal, environmental and technological trends in the world in which ENGIE operates,
  • the Group’s ambition and strategic objectives,
  • its four-pillar transformation plan,
  • the governance structure responsible for implementing it
  • value creation.

 

In this 2018 edition, ENGIE has decided to focus on value creation, starting with its map of challenges or “materiality matrix” before moving on to its priorities, achievements and the value created for the Group and its stakeholders for each of the trends impacting on its performance.

 

Several stakeholders helped to assess the challenges and write the integrated report. Some also gave interviews. They are:

 

  • Anne Chassagnette, Director of CSR at ENGIE
  • Ann-Kristin Achleitner, Director of ENGIE and Chairman of the Ethics, Environment and Sustainable Development Committee
  • Philippe Lepage, Director of ENGIE, elected to represent employees
  • Stéphane Voisin, Financial Analyst, specialist in sustainable finance and responsible investment
  • Clément Jeannin, Group Director of CSR, Unibail-Rodamco
  • Judith Hartmann, Senior Vice-President of ENGIE in charge of Finance
  • Paulo Almirante, Senior Vice-President of ENGIE in charge of CSR
  • Samantha Stephens, SRI analyst at Mirova

 

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