During the official visit of the French State to India, the French President Emmanuel Macron and the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated on March 12, 2018, in the presence of Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE, the ENGIE photovoltaic park in Mirzapur.

For an energy and services player like ENGIE, responsible consumption means:

  • developing energy-saving products and services,
  • developing green products and services to address or adapt to climate change.
  • innovations to make products or services more responsible.
  • green computing that takes into account its environmental impact and promotes the development of green products and services,
  • key account partnerships to foster joint development, collaboration and participation in the downstream chain,
  • responsible purchasing to favor suppliers assessed and audited according to CSR criteria, as part of a balanced and sustainable relationship with the upstream chain.

An example of ENGIE Group's ongoing commitment to responsible consumption is its paper consumption. With a score of 80/100, ENGIE ranks 6th in the annual responsible paper survey conducted by WWF France in the framework of the PAP50 barometer in partnership with Riposte Verte with some 50 companies and local authorities in France for 2017. This good ranking rewards the company's ongoing efforts towards a responsible paper policy.