Renewable energies are the key to meeting the energy challenges of the future while respecting our planet. This is why ENGIE is developing sustainable and innovative solutions to provide clean and renewable energy.

At ENGIE, we are determined to contribute to a more sustainable future by providing innovative energy solutions to our customers. We are proud of our commitment to renewable energy, and continue to work to advance our renewable solutions to improve the quality of life for all Belgians.

As an innovative producer of green electricity in Belgium, ENGIE has high ambitions in the field of renewable energy. By 2030, we intend to develop 1,000 MW of onshore wind power.

We also help our private customers, companies and local authorities to make the transition to a zero-carbon future in a simple and cost-effective way through the installation of solar panels. Our goal is to reach 300 MW by 2030.

Finally, our hydroelectric plants provide clean, renewable energy to thousands of homes and businesses.

Renewable energy mix

In Belgium, ENGIE has an installed capacity of 741 MW of renewable energy. In the pages below you can find more information for each type of production.

568 MW onshore wind

88 MW solar energy

22 MW hydroelectricity

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Articles and press releases

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ENGIE and Solarge install largest circular solar installation at SABIC in Genk

ENGIE, Solarge, and SABIC have joined forces for a groundbreaking solar installation of 2.4 MW at the SABIC site in Genk, Belgium. What makes these solar panels unique is that they are 100% circular, weigh much less than traditional solar panels and are produced by Solarge in the Netherlands using SABIC materials. This project is a true milestone: never before has an installation of this size been built with these panels anywhere in the world.
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Our strategy to accelerate the energy transition

Belgium has ambitious objectives concerning energy: to meet the increasing energy needs of Belgian residents and companies and to reduce its CO₂ emissions. To help Belgium meet these objectives, we have developed a new strategy: #ENERGIZE2030
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Code Red action: objectifying the debate

The Red Code organization organised four days of action against ENGIE in early July 2023. ENGIE respected the freedom of speech and demonstration, but considered it important to conduct the debate based on objective elements.

Among other things, the claim that ENGIE is the most polluting company in Belgium is factually incorrect. Code Red also made wrong assumptions about ENGIE's strategy and activities.

Below are some elements to counter their arguments:

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ENGIE is meer dan een energieleverancier

We werken vandaag hard aan de toekomst. Zo zetten we alles op alles om de energietransitie van dit land zo vlot en snel mogelijk te bewerkstelligen en Net Zero Carbon te bereiken tegen 2045.