Our country's target for carbon neutrality by 2050 obviously applies to regions. But the challenge is so much more than an obligation - it also offers many opportunities for regions to (re)vitalise their economic growth, their jobs, their appeal, etc. Read all about it
Highly supportive of its industrial clients for years, ENGIE is also a close ally of local authorities. We are convinced that as beneficial as renewables are for the environment, they are also beneficial for regions, to which they can supply energy. To develop renewables, whether wind power, biogas, or hydrogen, it is essential to build more dedicated infrastructures. These implantations naturally have a positive local impact in more than one respect. In an approach based on circular economy, they encourage the development of SMEs and micro businesses, for example through their involvement in installation work, which has a powerful impact on regional employment. Read on
Hydrogen is an ultra-light gas that can be used to fuel cars, trains and ships without producing any pollution at all. Could hydrogen be the missing link of carbon neutrality? At ENGIE, we are convinced that it is.
Five reasons to believe in hydrogen
In an era where decarbonisation and the search for reliable and sustainable energy production solutions have taken the centre stage, ENGIE is betting more than ever on biomethane; a renewable energy with numerous advantages. As such, the Group has recently inaugurated three new methane units in France. Discover biomethane
Committed to the total decarbonisation of its activities by 2045, ENGIE remains just as determined to protect the environment in the context of its activities. Renewable energies are an essential lever in this ambition for the climate and biodiversity - and the people of France have understood this.
Discover the survey's results
Alongside act4nature international, ENGIE is committed to reinforcing its CSR objectives in favour of the climate and biodiversity. Hervé Casterman, Environment Director at ENGIE, explains these commitments, their implications for the Group’s CSR policy, and their expected results. Learn about the partnership
With the development around renewable energies, certain professions are evolving and others are coming to light. There are even some jobs that we do not yet suspect. It is in the best interest of large companies to provide the best possible support for this professional transition so that they can benefit from the dynamic that new “green jobs” can offer, and be committed to a professional life that best meets these new goals. Discover how!
Our employees are our greatest ambassadors for our acceleration towards a carbon neutral economy.
Find out more about the people who commit themselves on a daily basis alongside ENGIE
Despite a world population that is almost half female, women are poorly represented in scientific fields. The figures are quite enlightening: 3% of graduates in information and communication technologies, 17 Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry or medicine (572 have been awarded to men)1. The energy sector is no exception to this unequal situation, which concerns many countries, regardless of their level of development, and has repercussions on the job market. Learn more...