ENGIE has announced its participation in the Series C round of financing of Gogoro to support further R&D and international expansion.
Residential and office buildings are energy-hungry, and account for some 44% of all energy consumed, ahead of transportation (32%), industry (21%) and agriculture (3%). So improving their energy performance and controlling their consumption of energy more effectively are key challenges for the energy transition. Do you manage a real estate portfolio? Here are a few possibilities for improving the way you check the energy performance of your buildings and your consumption of natural gas.
Captains of industry: regulatory pressure on CO² emissions and higher energy costs encourage you keep a closer eye on solutions for on-site hydrogen production. Were you aware that hydrogen is emerging as a real possibility for storing electrical energy in the form of gas, providing opportunities for more widespread decentralized renewable energies?
Could we possibly achieve 100% of energy from renewables by 2050? This possibility, which seemed little more than a dream just a few years ago, is now becoming a reality. At least that’s the message coming out of a recent survey conducted by a team of American researchers.
Managers of water parks: your swimming pools use a lot of energy, so it is essential that you select and optimize the best energy solution. Would you like to lower your bills while maintaining the same standard of hygiene, safety, and comfort for your swimmers? With natural gas and renewable energies, ENGIE has a range of solutions guaranteed to deliver optimized energy performance.
Are you a local councilor looking for long-term sustainable solutions to meet the energy needs of your fellow citizens and local businesses, at the same time as boosting the appeal of your area? Gas is a key component of the new local, sustainable and decentralized energy mix. This overview takes a look at some of the solutions available and offered by ENGIE to develop the full potential of gas.
Natural gas is the obvious and essential source of energy in the fight against global warming. It is forecast to account for at least 25% of the overall energy balance in Europe by 2040. So what do you have to do to get more natural gas injected into your network and play an active role in reducing carbon in your environment?
Gas is an energy source that comes in many shapes and sizes. Here’s our overview of the various forms it can take...
Natural gas is a non-negotiable contributor to the energy transition. So what’s the explanation? Find out with these six key figures!