According to the results of a recent survey, 50% of French households plan to fit solar panels to help meet their energy needs. According to the International Energy Agency (IAE), this is a long-term trend which suggests that photovoltaic power could generate one-third of urban electricity by 2050.
The desire for renewable energy in Africa is growing exponentially. Current supplies are not meeting the needs of the people, many of whom are completely off the grid. ENGIE’s presence on the continent will be instrumental in creating a new reality for renewable energy in Africa.
Consultants EY have published issue 47 of the RECAI (Renewable Country Attractiveness Index)1, which rates countries in terms of their attractiveness for investment in renewables. European leaders Germany and France rank 5th and 8th respectively at the global level.
After their initial head-to-head at Douarnenez in Brittany, the kitesurfers brought together by ENGIE came together again at Leucate in the Languedoc-Roussillon-Midi-Pyrénées region between June 10 and 12. Axel Mazella and Alexia Fancelli were clearly thrilled to top the rankings in the Open/Directional boards category.
For Day 5 of ENGIE Innovation Week on Friday, June 10, the spotlight was on gas!
How could innovations change our daily lives? That was the central question addressed during Day 4 of ENGIE Innovation Week on Thursday June 9.
In March this year, ENGIE presented the first five new businesses to be developed by Group employees within its in-house business incubator. They include blu.e, which aims to use information technologies and big data to boost industry performance in general, and energy performance in particular. We meet with its Director Tanguy Mathon.
ENGIE is engaged in a wide-ranging open innovation program alongside innovative startup businesses. That program includes an internal business incubator that has already helped five startups to take off. But what does Incubation by ENGIE actually mean in practice?
On Wednesday, June 8, ENGIE Innovation Week focused on the cities of tomorrow that will be home to 60% of the world's population. Innovative digital, mobility and urban development solutions already exist to help build these future communities.
Tuesday June 7 was a full-on day for ENGIE Innovation Week. Calls for projects, startup pitches, conferences... And the Innovation Award presentation ceremony as the high point!