ENGIE is a global energy player and an expert operator in the three key sectors of low-carbon power generation, gas infrastructure and energy services.
As a leader in the energy transition, the Group is accelerating the development of these core businesses, focusing on the decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization of its offerings. ENGIE creates and deploys solutions that combine performance and sustainability and that support its customers in building solutions for harmonious progress. The Group is active in around 70 countries, employs 150,000 people worldwide, achieved revenues of EUR 65 billion in 2017 and is listed on the major international indices. ENGIE’s global organization is based on a decentralized approach, with 24 Business Units solidly connected to their local customers & stakeholders.
ENGIE Middle East, South & Central Asia and Turkey (MESCAT) has a regional presence of almost 30 years. ENGIE is the regional leading independent power & water producer with a gross capacity of 32 GW of power and 5.5 million m3/day of water. The portfolio includes 810 MWp of solar PV and 80 MW wind in India. In Turkey, ENGIE has 370,000 customers in gas distribution via IZGAZ and is active in energy retail, trading and origination. ENGIE owns 40% of Tabreed, the regional leader in district cooling, which is a key regional development platform. The Group is also the GCC’s leading Facility-Management provider via Cofely-Besix.
PARTNER OF INDIA IN THE ENERGY TRANSITION
ENGIE strongly supports the Indian government’s ambitious renewable power targets under the ‘Power for All’ mission and will continue to invest in renewable energies such as solar and wind. Capitalizing on its global expertise in energy services, ENGIE offers a comprehensive range of solutions in clean mobility, energy efficiency, smart cities and decentralized energy, which are well-aligned with the Indian Government’s sustainable ambitions for cities infrastructure and industries.
A SHARED AMBITION TO BRING CLEAN & MODERN ENERGY TO ALL
ENGIE is a founding member and leading supporter of the Terrawatt Initiative, which was the private sector’s response in support of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at COP21 in Paris, with an ambition to deploy 2.5W of competitive renewable energy by 2025.