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