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By ENGIE - 17 May 2023 - 09:00

In February 2023, Catherine MacGregor announced the second stage of ENGIE’s strategic plan, initiated two years ago. Our ambition? To be Net Zero Carbon by 2045 across the 3 scopes. Find out everything you need to know about our climate strategy, our roadmap explained by Julia Maris, CRS Vice President and our Climate report 2023.


Everything you need to know about our Net Zero roadmap


ENGIE is following an ambitious decarbonization strategy, which aims to reach Net Zero Carbon by 2045 across its 3 scopes, giving us a 5-year head start on Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recommendations. In 2022, the Group emitted 174 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent (inclusive of all greenhouse gases), a figure which has dropped by 33% since 2017 (260 million tonnes). 

ENGIE’s roadmap implies reducing all emissions by 90% at the very least between 2017 and 2045, leaving only the remaining 10% to be neutralised. 


A 2030 trajectory that is “well below 2°C” and has 4 goals

The Group has worked hard to set and publish its decarbonization goals. Last February, this led to receiving Science-Based Target (SBTi)’s “well below 2°C” certification, a science-based decarbonization benchmark.  

Today, 99% of our carbon footprint is covered by a decarbonization ambition for 2030 which has 4 main goals. They involve reducing... Read more



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Discover our Climate Notebook / 2023 TCFD Report

Climate objective and associated plan, climate governance, figures...find out everything you need to know about our climate strategy in a report that meets the transparency recommendations of the TCFD (Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures).
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