Along with national governments, citizens and regions, private companies have joined the fight against climate change and made net zero carbon commitments to limit global warming to +1.5°C by 2030. Operating the economy's production apparatus, these companies have some of the highest emissions of the greenhouse gases that cause global warming.
Key figure: 75% of GHG emissions come from energy combustion.
(source: Energy Transition Dashboard)
E360°, ENGIE's decarbonization offer
At ENGIE, we set a target to be net zero carbon by 2045 to strengthen our commitment to the low-carbon economy and help our customers achieve their transition targets, with a goal to avoid 45Mt CO2 emissions a year by 2030. But the equation is a complex one: how can a company achieve this transition and continue to grow? To succeed, our customers must anticipate, reduce their costs and, of course, green their activities.
With operations across the entire value chain, ENGIE is in a unique position in the market to address these challenges with a comprehensive decarbonization offer, E360°, enabling our customers to take concrete and operational action immediately, and fulfil their commitments and their economic priorities.
See far ahead, reduce, transform
ENGIE has set a decarbonization trajectory based on three pillars to meet our customers' three challenges. We help them see far ahead by working with them to build a structured roadmap and plan financing for their transformation. To reduce the costs of this transformation, we implement energy efficiency solutions to reduce their energy consumption and lower their costs. Finally, we offer them a full panel of solutions to help them transform: green energy, new mobility solutions, secure supply, green hydrogen, on-site utilities, etc. Our E360° offer comprises nine solutions to support our corporate customers as they carry out their low-carbon transition.