Through Power2Act we support our solidary employees

As a socially engaged company, ENGIE has launched the internal Power2Act program. This program supports ENGIE employees who volunteer their free time for solidarity projects. Since its creation in 2011, ENGIE has already supported 256 projects sponsored by one of our employees.

The energy of our people, that's what drives us!

Every day, dozens of employees of the various ENGIE subsidiaries dedicate themselves completely selflessly to associations that make the world around us a better place.



Promoting solidarity and sustainability in Belgium

Through the Power2Act program, ENGIE wishes to demonstrate its local roots and encourage dialogue between the company and community life by supporting projects that promote solidarity and sustainability.


High-quality projects


A selection committee, a sort of jury, made up of employees, meets every year to select the most promising projects, based on defined criteria. These include initiatives designed to promote solidarity, as well as projects that protect nature or encourage diversity and inclusion.

Are you an ENGIE employee who is active in an association ? Then maybe you are one of our next Power Heroes ! Don't hesitate to send an email to The next call for projects will take place in autumn 2024. Discover the projects selected in 2024.


The selected projects 2021



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Sharing strong values with employees

A program like Power2Act shows that ENGIE wants to be a local player, a responsible company and a motivated partner. It is also an opportunity for the company to share strong values with its employees.

That's why Power2Act is so close to my heart. It reminds me every year why I am so proud to be part of this company. Moreover, it is an honour for us to be able to contribute to these remarkable initiatives supported by our colleagues.

Philippe Van Troeye, CEO ENGIE Benelux 


The previous editions of Power2Act

ENGIE - Power2Act

Discover the projects from previous editions of Power2Act and the Power Heroes that supported them.