Ready for the energy transition?

Participating in the energy transition is more necessary than ever. It is THE solution to implement for the planet but also for the wallet. Because it is by combining small and large actions on a daily basis that we will manage to reduce our consumption, cut our energy bill and contribute to a carbon neutral future. 


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Carmeuse, ENGIE and John Cockerill join forces to reduce industrial CO2 emissions in Wallonia

Carmeuse, ENGIE and John Cockerill have signed a Joint Development Agreement for an innovative Carbon Capture and Utilisation (“CCU”) project in Wallonia. This project will concentrate CO2 from an innovative type of lime kiln, combine it with green hydrogen and produce “e-methane”, a renewable gas that can be injected in the gas grid or used in transport or in the industry. The green hydrogen will be produced by a 75 MW electrolyser plant powered by green electricity. This project is the largest of its kind in the world. It opens new routes for significant carbon emission reductions in Europe and the world.
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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.
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Electric mobility

The city of tomorrow? We're thinking about it already! In the city of tomorrow, we will want to use smart energy management techniques and green energy solutions.
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Energy supply

ENGIE produces and sells electricity from its local, diversified production park, and sells natural gas and a wide range of energy services. Our customers? They are private individuals, professionals, SMEs, large companies and public bodies. Almost 2.7 million customers trust us to supply their energy.
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Elisabeth Celenza - Project Manager Construction Wind Onshore

“At ENGIE, we have a major positive impact towards making the energy transition a reality”

My colleagues and I develop and construct onshore wind farms. 

After graduation I really wanted to work in the renewable energy sector. It's very interesting, but also very topical as wind power plays a pivotal role in the energy transition. 

Our goal is to supply more than 2 billion kilowatt-hours of wind energy per year by 2030, produced by 350 onshore wind turbines. This is equivalent to the annual consumption of 570,000 households and represents a reduction in CO2 emissions of 900,000 tonnes per year. Our aim is to achieve Net Zero Carbon by 2045.