1 – Million metric tons of CO2e
2 – Compensation no more than 200 KT CO2
3 – At 100%, excluding turbine pumping and decentralized capacities.
1 – Based on the Pénicaud law on pay gap equity.
Ensuring a positive impact on humankind
ENGIE North America is building a new and more inclusive world of energy. In acting on the urgency of climate challenges, we leverage our expertise and passion to bring people together and support the common good. Doing so helps us maintain a dialogue with both internal and external stakeholders to deliver a lasting positive impact for all humankind.
Scope 1(Direct emissions)
Scope 2(Emissions from purchased electricity)
Scope 3(Upstream and Downstream value chain emissions)
|Upstream emissions from fuels consumed||134,779||70,476||44,581||6,382,949|
|Upstream emissions from electricity consumed||3,749||2,829||2,907|
|Gas sales (upstream emissions from gas sold)||442,592||517,094||607,744|
|Gas storage emissions||4,130||3,601||3,544|
|Air business travels||2,257||564||643|
|Cloud storage & digital||337||363||418|
Aligning our strategy for greater impact
In 2015, the United Nations member states adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, providing a blueprint for peace and prosperity for both people and our planet. At the heart of this agenda are 17 Sustainable Development Goals to help guide countries, communities, and organizations in creating a more responsible future. In our efforts to lead the energy and climate transition, ENGIE Group makes a key contribution to six goals and a significant contribution to seven others.
Six Key Contributions
Seven Significant Contributions