The energy-autonomous vessel is meeting a new challenge that has never been achieved before: reaching the Arctic Circle thanks to renewable energies and hydrogen.
L'Oréal Brazil's plants, distribution center, research center and head office are now supplied with electricity produced by ENGIE’s Trairi wind farm in northeastern Brazil. This Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), which promotes decarbonation and the use of green energy in a partnership approach with leading companies, is perfectly in line with the Group's strategy.
Every month, follow the news of the 8 athletes accompanied by ENGIE as part of the new Performance Pact for 2020. The goal: to give them all the energy they need to prepare for the upcoming Olympic Games, with the first objective being to qualify for the Games and then to dream of a medal.
UET and ENGIE announce today they have successfully achieved the commissioning of the first UET Reflex™ Module at the Batteries lab of ENGIE Research Centre Laborelec, located near Brussels.
On 18 June, the 2019 Innovation Trophies prize ceremony was held at Station F. The panel of judges chose 15 winners out of the 520 applicant projects: 8 Grand Awards, 6 Special Awards and 1 Employee Award.
After spending several days touring the Baltic Sea, ENERGY OBSERVER has sailed into St. Petersburg. The vessel’s odyssey has taken it to the heart of one the richest examples of biodiversity in Europe, with the aim of discovering sustainable solutions for the planet alongside ENGIE.
ENGIE has released its 2019 edition of "A World of Energy", an annual publication by the Group that analyses the current energy landscape and attempts to identify tomorrow’s trends.
ENERGY OBSERVER continues to test out new innovations in the Baltic Sea. The vessel and its crew have now arrived at their next port of call, Helsinki, where they have a few days to demonstrate new solutions for clean sea transport. On the occasion of World Oceans Day, here is an update on the boat’s expedition.
ENERGY OBSERVER is continuing its odyssey in Northern Europe, still with the objective of discovering new solutions for the planet. The vessel’s 38th port of call was Stockholm, the city that was designated the first European Green Capital in 2010. This gave an opportunity to discover projects that contribute to the city’s sustainable development.
The fourth Viva Technology trade show, the meeting for start-ups and innovation, ended on Saturday in Paris with a record attendance of 124,000 visitors. Present through the Mobility space, located at the centre of the walkway between Halls 1 and 2, the Group enjoyed maximum exposure under the banner of the energy transition.