ENGIE is Shaping the Zero Carbon Transition

ENGIE is working to accelerate sustainable energy solutions in North America with simplified strategies that deliver guaranteed outcomes. These programs give customers the ability to focus resources on core business priorities, achieving capital flexibility with minimal balance sheet impact while reaching infrastructure, efficiency, renewable, and sustainable objectives with greater predictability in energy costs.

Avoided Emissions from Renewable Energy

920k MT2
AVOIDED CO2e

63 MT
AVOIDED CH4

560K MT CO2e
AVOIDED EMISSIONS
FROM WIND ASSETS

572 MT3
AVOIDED NOX

635 MT3
AVOIDED SO2

360K MT CO2e
AVOIDED EMISSIONS
FROM SOLAR ASSETS

Achieving Growth through Planet, People, and Profit

At ENGIE, we are convinced that the common good is good for business. Our role as a leader in the zero carbon transition is to show that focusing on the planet and people creates long-term value, and combining performance and profitability with the common good is possible.

This belief – that social and ecological performance are just as important as traditional financial performance – is at the core of our strategy to pioneer the zero carbon transition. The three Ps – planet, people, and profit – are the fundamental ways in which we illustrate that commitment.

For the planet, we consider the climate change emergency in all business activities.

For the people, we take into account the wellbeing of our employees and the impact on companies, supplies, communities, and society as a whole into the company’s choices.

For profit, we aim to be the world leader in the zero carbon energy transition, helping both our company and our customers become more profitable through greater efficiency and lower costs.

2030 Objectives

Energy is at the heart of human progress. Aware of our impact on the environment, ENGIE puts the planet at the foundation of its business strategy, harmonizing growth with critical priorities to benefit the common good and create long-term value that can be shared by all.

62%
REDUCTION OF GROUP GHG EMISSIONS FROM PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICITY BY 2030
In line with SBT trajectory & compared to 2017 baseline emissions

34%
REDUCTION OF GROUP GHG EMISSIONS FROM GAS AND OTHER COMMODITY SALES BY 2030
In line with SBT trajectory & compared to 2017 baseline emissions

58%
GROUP SHARE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE ELECTRIC CAPACITY MIX BY 2030

In line with SBT trajectory

DECARBONIZATION OF OUR ACTIVITIES

DECARBONIZATION OF OUR PREFERRED SUPPLIERS

ENGIE North America’s Environmental and Social Impact Data

These results reinforce our commitments to environmental responsibility and improving performance for everyone.
Share of renewable energy capacity in generation portfolio
37%

Generation from renewable assets in portfolio
3,313 GWh

Avoided emissions from renewable energy assets
920,585 MT CO2e

Avoided emissions from efficiency services (with performance contracts)
28,620 MT CO2e

Emissions from natural gas and biomass assets (adjusted for ownership)
2,141,479 MT CO2e

Emissions ratio from natural gas and biomass assets
358.9 kg CO2e per MWh

Water consumption from natural gas and biomass assets
1,454,663 m3

Water consumption ratio from natural gas and biomass
1.81 m3 per MWh

Emissions from gas sales
2,002,653 MT CO2

Emissions from fleet vehicles
5,628 MT CO2

Emissions from business travel
2,546 MT CO2

Emissions from supply chain purchases
862,785 MT CO2

Employees
6,500

Direct and indirect jobs supported in North America
26,685

Gross Domestic Product generated in North America
$2.8 Billion

Lost time accident frequency rate
2.36

Medical treatment frequency rate
6.45

Full-time employees trained
2,003

Women in the workforce
22.9%

Women in management positions
22.3%

Women in ENGIE North America Executive Committee
38%

The Complete 2019 Sustainability Report