Projects and realisations

ENGIE guides its customers in relation to the zero-carbon transition, using its know-how regarding electricity, energy, mechanics, cooling techniques, and industrial applications. Find out how we do it here!
 

As a world leader when it comes to low-carbon energy and services, ENGIE supports its customers in lowering their energy consumption and improving the energy-efficiency of their infrastructures. By combining the expertise within our various entities, we create a high added value 'as a service’ offering and carefully anticipate our customers’ needs in various domains, such as cogeneration, cold/hot networks, public lighting, solar panels, smart technologies, and so on.

A sunny future for Umicore in Bruges thanks to ENGIE's new solar panel installation
 
At the end of 2019, the Umicore site in Bruges was fitted with 1943 solar panels, to produce an output of 660 kWp. This prevents 274 tons of CO2 per year. The solar panels were financed by ENGIE Sun4Business and installed by Eoluz.
13 700 solar panels for Pasfrost
 
It is the largest solar panel installation that ENGIE has ever fitted on a roof in Flanders. Pasfrost, a company that specialises in frozen vegetables, now keeps its veggies cool with 13 700 solar panels.
11 wind turbines in the Port of Zeebrugge to supply Belgium's largest electric vehicle recharging park with green electricity
 
International Car Operators (ICO) in Zeebrugge, an important hub for roll-on / roll-off goods handling for worldwide destinations, is executing its energy transition in an impressive way. In collaboration with ENGIE and the Port of Zeebrugge, the terminal will be the location of the largest onshore wind farm on one industrial site in Flanders, with a capacity of 44 MW. ENGIE has also installed the country's largest ”electric charging island”, with 308 recharging points.
London Bridge and Mexico Bridge renovated by ENGIE
 
ENGIE is actively working on the Noorderlijn, which is intended to ensure the flow of traffic through Antwerp runs more smoothly and also improve accessibility to the north of the city. ENGIE also recently replaced the London bridge and renovated the Mexico bridge, two important bridges in Antwerp.