What are we doing? Inventing a new reparative growth model.
At ENGIE, we are convinced that “the common good is good for business”. Our role as a leader in the zero-carbon transition is to show that this necessary transformation creates value and that it can combine performance and the common good. To live up to this ambition, we rely on the commitment of the Imaginative Builders community, formed by the Group's employees and all those who work with ENGIE (cities, startups, suppliers, NGOs, students, customers, etc.).
This is why ENGIE is offering its customers a new approach to support their progress towards the challenge of a zero-carbon transition. Unique on the market, our “as a service” approach aims to make the zero-carbon transition accessible through integrated, tailor-made and co-financed solutions. This challenge corresponds well to the values of ENGIE, which has chosen to meet society’s expectations through harmonious progress.
What do we mean by harmonious progress? We can produce without damaging our environment, adopt new ways of consuming by drastically reducing carbon emissions, and live well while having a positive impact on the environment, health, and well-being.
ENGIE is committed to ambitious objectives:
As part of a new strategic plan presented in February 2019, the Group made significant commitments that will make a positive impact:
- create more than 9GW of renewable capacities between 2018 and 2021
- raise the number of trainees on work-study placements from 5% to 10% by 2021
- provide training for 100% of employees each year by 2030
- have 50% female managers in 2030.
What will the impacts be?
We consider our activity beyond our lines of business. Making a positive impact means:
- play a role in the development of the regions in which we operate
- reduce the environmental footprint of our activities
- provide access to energy for all
- promote employment in the countries where we operate
- develop the training of our employees.