Government Solutions

Partnering with Government in the zero-carbon transition

Governments need to lead by example in the energy transition and we support all levels of Government with high quality, reliable, sustainable solutions.

ENGIE is at the forefront of energy and building intelligence technology, employing thousands of people across Australia and New Zealand and offering consumers, business and government a full range of energy and multi-technical solutions. We’re dedicated to building strong outcomes for our customers and ensuring a positive legacy for all.

We’ve proven our commitment to a low-carbon future by closing or divesting all high carbon, emissions intensive generation facilities in Australia and continuing to invest in renewable power generation. We’re also working with Government and developers of cities and precincts to implement better cities, district energy schemes and mobility solutions that will completely revolutionise the way we think about and consume energy. Our teams deliver technical services to a range of Government bodies to help their transition to a zero-carbon world with a range of technology and efficiency-driven building services.

ENGIE and Mawsons taking concrete steps toward decarbonisation

ENGIE and Mawsons taking concrete steps toward decarbonisation

In a landmark first for the Australian construction sector, a leading supplier of concrete and quarry products has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with ENGIE to source 100 percent of its mains electricity from firmed renewable sources.
Weir Minerals partners with ENGIE to reduce carbon emissions by 100,000 tonnes

Weir Minerals partners with ENGIE to reduce carbon emissions by 100,000 tonnes

Weir Minerals Australia has signed a landmark agreement with ENGIE Australia & New Zealand to source renewable energy for its operations in NSW and QLD.
ENGIE shortlisted for hydrogen funding program

ENGIE shortlisted for hydrogen funding program

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced that ENGIE has been shortlisted and invited to submit a full application for funding.