France has set itself some ambitious targets for 2030: to increase the renewables contribution to total energy consumption to 40%, and boost the percentage of total gas consumption accounted for by gas from renewable sources to 10% . Power-to-Gas is an innovative technology that converts energy generated from renewable sources into gas to increase the contribution made by green electricity and gas to the French energy mix. We explain why the technique is a crucial part of the energy transition.
From January 9 to 12, 2018, ENGIE exhibited at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for the third consecutive year. One of the world’s flagship events for innovation, CES attracts some 4,000 exhibitors. At the ENGIE Innovation booth in Eureka Park, the zone that gives priority to start-ups, the Group and its partners presented 27 solutions from all round the world, whether developed in-house or originating with its partner start-ups, incubators and corporate players.
Corporate venture arm of global energy leader ENGIE recognized for its strategic investments in clean technology companies.
Why can’t the 2024 Olympic Games be an opportunity for the Paris region to completely rethink the issue of mobility? That is the proposal of Mobility Nation, a working group launched by the Boston Consulting Group in which ENGIE took par. It has formulated 24 recommendations to reinvent mobility in Île-de-France (the Paris region), firstly by 2024 and then by 2030. This approach is in harmony with commitments taken by ENGIE to promote more efficient and more sustainable mobility.
Open Data, is a practice promoted by government, politicians and businesses for the sake of transparency and citizen involvement, as well as innovation. We focus on an ambition which is aiming to revolutionize the way we see and construct society.
ENGIE and the three European trade union federations (IndustriALL EPSU, and EFBWW ) signed on 21 December a new European Agreement of indefinite duration on professional gender equality. Its objective is to entrench the measures already undertaken and embed equality at the heart of ENGIE’s industrial and social project.
Will hydrogen be the fuel that powers our cars and provides energy for our factories and our cities of the future? The answer is yes, says a study recently completed by McKinsey consultants for the Hydrogen Council*, according to which hydrogen could constitute around one fifth of energy consumed worldwide in 2050.
From the rapid rise in the number of connected devices to automated production processes, digital technologies are profoundly changing our energy habits. These technologies both improve the productivity of infrastructures and reduce worldwide energy consumption, concludes a recent report from the International Energy Agency (IEA)*.
Cryptocurrencies, inspired by Bitcoin and based on the blockchain principle, have been very much in the media spotlight. They have a variety of potential uses: several trials have shown that they could be used to optimize the distribution of decentralized electrical energy and facilitating the sale and purchase of energy generated by consumers.
More solar generating capacity was installed in 2016 than in any previous year, and growth in global photovoltaic generating capacity is outstripping all forecasts: that’s what the annual Global Market Outlook published by SolarPower* Europe reveals. ENGIE is committed to ensuring that solar power can achieve its full potential throughout the world.