At ENGIE we believe in harmonious progress. We believe that we can join forces to consume better, consume less and at the same time have a positive impact on the health and well-being of citizens. ENGIE is active in several sectors, from industry to smart cities, from homes to renewable energy.
How does ENGIE want to realise its ambition to become a leader in the carbon neutral energy transition? By innovating. That's why ENGIE - in cooperation with its partners - is working on the development of new technologies and services to meet the challenges of tomorrow in the field of energy, mobility and smart cities.
Making the carbon neutral transition accessible to everyone - individuals, businesses, cities, communities - is our goal. We all need to consume and produce energy differently. That is why ENGIE positions itself as THE driving force behind this energy transition revolution.
In Belgium, ENGIE has 280 experts and highly qualified researchers all working on tackling the challenges of the carbon neutral transition. They come up with solutions which enable energy to be produced and consumed in the most efficient and environmentally respectful manner. For a carbon neutral world.
ENGIE guides its customers in relation to the carbon neutral transition, using its know-how regarding electricity, energy, mechanics, cooling techniques, and industrial applications. Find out how we do it here!
ENGIE’s ambition is to become the world leader in carbon neutral transition for its customers, in particular businesses and local authorities. Our services unite individual interests and collective challenges across the entire energy value chain.
ENGIE has local, diversified and flexible production facilities in Belgium with one of the lowest CO2-emission levels in Europe. ENGIE is also the largest green energy producer in Belgium, with an installed capacity of 836 MW. The electricity is produced in Belgium, close to the end-user, at around 85 locations and with approximately 200 large and small production units. This diversification enables optimal utilisation of the complementarity between technologies, using them to their best advantage, and inhibiting their disadvantages, with a view to ensuring a constant, uninterrupted electricity supply for our customers, irrespective of the conditions.
It is ENGIE's ambition to take the lead in the carbon neutral transition by providing its customers, businesses and local communities with the means to make the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy in the most efficient and cost-effective way.
ENGIE is a worldwide reference group for carbon neutral energy and services. In response to the climate crisis, the organisation aims to become world leader in a carbon neutral transition for its customers, businesses and local authorities. The Group relies on its core activities (renewable energy, gas, services) to provide competitive and customised solutions. With 171,100 employees, customers, partners and stakeholders, ENGIE is a community of Imaginative Builders who work on creating harmonious progress each and every day.
Jean-Pierre Clamadieu is chairman of the ENGIE Group’s Board of Directors. The Executive Committee consists of 11 members, including 10 Executive Vice Presidents. This steering body of ENGIE is headed by Catherine MacGregor, Chief Executive Officer.
ENGIE is the Belgian market leader when it comes to sales of electricity, natural gas and energy services. The business offers its residential, professional and industrial customers innovative solutions for more economical, considered energy usage and greater comfort. Being the country’s leading producer of green energy, ENGIE produces electricity close to its customers, thanks to diversified production facilities with low CO2-emissions. ENGIE employs 17,000 experts in energy and energy services in Belgium.
The roots of ENGIE in Belgium go back more than 200 years to 1819. Through many mergers and acquisitions the company grew and eventually became part of the ENGIE Group. Here are some highlights of our rich history.
Every Saturday, the ToekomstATELIERdelAvenir association introduces children aged between 10 and 14 from socioeconomically disadvantaged areas of the Brussels-Capital Region to jobs and the world of work. ENGIE employees take part in practical workshops.
Ecological and human challenges with Yann Arthus-Bertrand
On February 2, Yann Arthus-Bertrand came to share his views on the Earth and mankind with ENGIE employees. They discussed the ecological and human issues associated with meeting the challenges of the energy transition.
Under its internal Power2Act programme, ENGIE is supporting 23 voluntary initiatives by local associations in their communities. The partnership agreements have just been signed at ENGIE’s offices in Brussels.
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