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ENGIE is shaping the transition to a carbon-neutral economy

ENGIE North America Releases 2020 Sustainability Report

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ENGIE North America and Axium Infrastructure Reach Financial Close on Long-Term Georgetown University Energy Infrastructure Partnership
Date: 07/02/2021
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New organisational structure for a simpler ENGIE to go live on 1 July - Creation of EQUANS, leader in multi-technical services
Date: 06/30/2021
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ENGIE North America Releases 2020 Sustainability Report
Date: 05/25/2021
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City of Milpitas Launches Comprehensive Smart City Energy and Water Savings Program with ENGIE North America
05/20/2021
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State Fund Begins Construction of Extensive Sustainability and Solar Energy Program Designed by ENGIE North America and JLL
05/19/2021

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Energy Observer is the first hydrogen-powered, zero-emission vessel to be self-sufficient in energy generation. While onboard you will see how solar, wind, battery storage, and hydrogen technologies are powering this floating laboratory as it sails around the world.

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ENGIE added nearly 2 GW of renewable power to the grid in 2020
ENGIE added nearly 2 GW of renewable power to the grid in 2020

ENGIE North America is accelerating the growth of our renewables footprint, adding nearly 2 GW of solar and wind power to our existing 1,2 GW portfolio. We'll continue to pursue our commitment to sustainable energy with the goal of doubling our grid-scale portfolio in North America again in 2021.

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ENGIE North America adds nearly 2 GW of Renewable Energy in the U.S. in 2020
Major Tax Equity Financing for renewables portfolio
Partnership in renewables portfolio with Hannon Armstrong

 

Unity brings smart and efficient lighting to new Manhattan skyscraper, One Vanderbilt
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Unity brings smart and efficient lighting to new Manhattan skyscraper, One Vanderbilt

Manhattan’s One Vanderbilt is not only one of the tallest buildings in the world, it sets a new standard in sustainable design and construction.

Unity International Group, an ENGIE North America Company, installed the building’s LED lighting fixtures and daylight harvesting technology. The daylight harvesting system reads the amount of daylight at any given time and adjusts lighting fixtures to balance the lumens necessary to light each space. This technology leads to greater energy efficiency than traditional lighting systems.

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We commit to act on the problem through our investments, time and talent, and dollars

ENGIE North America’s Environmental Impact Data

Renewable energy capacity
72% in generation portfolio
Renewable assets
7,273 GWh total retail renewable electricity sold
Avoided emissions
3.2m MT CO2e from renewable energy assets
Avoided emissions
25.2k MT CO2e from efficiency services (with performance contracts)

Hayward Unified School District achieves sustainable energy and enhanced education

Starting in 2018, District leadership began exploring opportunities to make various improvements to its facilities and implement sustainable energy solutions to reduce utility spending. At the same time, District leaders saw renewable energy upgrades as a unique opportunity to provide meaningful connections to science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) concepts for students. To accomplish these objectives, HUSD partnered with ENGIE.