By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities. That means ensuring a cleaner future requires transitioning our urban areas to clean energy—or even better, designing them that way from the start. For Greater Springfield, located in Southeast Queensland, Australia and named the World’s Best Master-Planned Community by the International Real Estate Federation, that’s precisely the goal. In partnership with Springfield City Group, ENGIE is investing in a revolutionary zero-carbon plan that will make Springfield a beacon of sustainability and innovation.
To co-create a true city of the future and help Springfield City Group reach its net-zero goal, ENGIE implemented an integrated, 50-year plan that harnesses ENGIE’s expertise in:
In addition, ENGIE is looking into establishing a local research lab to ensure Springfield remains at the forefront of green innovation.
“We have one chance—and the responsibility—to get this right and be an ongoing example for others to follow. The focus on efficient and sustainable energy production, storage, and integration with the community has never been more important for Australia and for us. I’m confident that ENGIE can assist us to be a world leader in innovative and smart city solutions.”
Maha Sinnathamby, Chairman and Founder of Greater Springfield
expected in Springfield over the next 10 years
and 22,850 apartments to be developed
and Springfield City Group