On the occasion of the event The good day, organised by ENGIE, Isabelle Kocher, Chief Executive Officer of the Group, recalled the climatic, economic and social challenges raised by this event.
Tomorrow, Thursday, June 20, 2019 ENGIE is organizing an exceptional and in many ways unprecedented event at the Parc de Saint-Cloud near Paris: The Good Day is a day when ENGIE shares the stage with actors of the zero-carbon transition from all over the world.
By 2050, it is up to us to build a carbon-neutral world. The extent and rapidity of the task to be accomplished will involve changes in society and the economy, in transport, housing and business, in our relationship to land and the city, as well as significant technological innovations. Energy decarbonisation is central to these changes but it is not the only factor.
At ENGIE, we believe that human ingenuity is up to the challenge. Every day we meet with activists, scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs, large and small, who want to implement the zero-carbon transition. We want to make these men and women known. We want them to know each other. We want to make known the solutions they have developed.
Collectively, we have the means to make this transition a cohesive factor between generations, reinforcing local solidarity, development and prosperity.
The good day will bring together zero carbon pioneers, a place for practical, actionable solutions. A day of inspiration, sharing and commitment, making harmonious progress together.
The Good Day
is the day to connect and to accelerate the energy transition,
is the day when the builders of a sustainable planet meet,
is the day to get involved and be part of the solution.
By bringing together more than 1000 committed actors from the economic world and civil society, we unite all ideas and energies!