Involvement of employees
ENGIE Rassembleurs d'Energies

Encouraging the involvement of employee volunteers in solidarity projects

ENGIE is determined to exercise its company responsibility through partnerships that enable the Group’s employees to become involved alongside it. There are several forms of involvement, derived from the productivity of the Group’s partnerships.

The employee associations supported by the Group carry out humanitarian assignments all over the world – another way volunteer employees can demonstrate a commitment to solidarity.

Encouraging the skill-based sponsorship

Through skill-based sponsorship, ENGIE and its subsidiaries demonstrate their commitment to seeking innovative and varied solutions in campaigns involving many of its employees as experts, in solidarity, social and societal missions.


Founded in 1989 by ENGIE’s staff, Codegaz is a non-profit association recognized as of public utility in 2007. Its mission is to provide humanitarian aid to the populations of the Third World, the Fourth World and developing countries in the fields of health, nutrition, training, teaching, childhood, energy and micro-economic development.

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Energy Assistance

Energy Assistance is an association of volunteer workers who offer their skills to humanitarian projects aimed at populations without access to electricity. Its projects involve setting up decentralized electricity production units for clinics, schools and orphanages and constructing mini-electricity distribution networks for connection to the network of isolated communities.

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