A bridge between Europe and the Americas, the Conference of Paris – International Economic Forum of the Americas took place on 15 and 16 December 2022 at the OECD in Paris. ENGIE, a premium partner at the event, was represented by Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, Chairman of the Board ENGIE, Claire Waysand, EVP in charge of Corporate Secretariat, Cécile Prévieu, EVP in charge of Energy Solutions activities, Biljana Kaitovic, EVP in charge of Digital and Information Systems and Didier Holleaux, EVP, alongside 70 speakers and 12,000 participants. We take a look at the highlights from the replays.
How, in the context of the post-Covid world and the energy crisis, can we restore trust in supply chains, set out a new type of economy, reinvent business models, reposition Europe within global governance, or address the challenge of new mobility solutions? All of these questions – and more – were discussed over two days of debates and meetings on 15 and 16 December at the OECD in Paris.
A Masterclass programme that was highly appreciated by students: on the margins of the Conference, ENGIE also held dedicated Masterclasses aimed at students. Frédéric Legrand, chief of staff to Edouard Sauvage, and Laurence Guerre, chief of staff to Jean-Pierre Clamadieu, spoke on the topic of “The Role of a Chief of Staff within a CAC40 Group”; Charlotte Roule, Group Strategy Vice President, discussed the question of “Will the acceleration of renewable energy worldwide enable us to achieve NZC by 2050?”; and Clément Tremblay, Group Climate Officer, gave a presentation on “Creating a climate roadmap: a case study from the ENGIE Group”.