ENGIE partners with business to create energy and technology solutions that drive business performance

ENGIE is a global business that has been driving innovation for more than 180 years. Today, we employ over 160,000 people worldwide and continue to grow by creating forward focused energy and multi-technical building solutions that enhance the sustainability and efficiency of Australian and New Zealand industry.

ENGIE operates throughout the energy sector, from generation through to building intelligence technology. This experience enables us to develop more far-reaching and integrated solutions for business, and having a single point of contact for a vast array of services offers efficiencies on many levels.

Globally, we have demonstrated our steadfast commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability. We have transitioned to low carbon energy throughout the world and are leading the way in the development of new energy and impressive associated innovations that drive efficiency and performance. Today, ENGIE is pioneering the development of the full potential of green hydrogen.

We bring this innovative and pioneering spirit into our relationships with business. Our focus on technology and efficiency will drive performance improvements, whilst our commitment to the planet will in turn reduce your carbon footprint.

And we back our expertise with world class customer focused service and support throughout Australia and New Zealand.

ENGIE’s retail energy provider, Simply Energy, to help deliver new sustainable hot water trial in South Australia.

Simply Energy will be the lead retail energy provider taking part in the trial and will offer customers incentives to join the scheme.

ENGIE to power Flinders University transition to 100% renewable energy

Flinders University will power all of its South Australian campuses and facilities with 100% renewable energy sources from 2021 through an innovative new electricity supply agreement with ENGIE.

ENGIE supports NAB’s renewable energy commitments

National Australia Bank (NAB) has signed a renewable energy supply agreement with ENGIE, which will see the banking group buy 150,000 Large-scale Generation Certificates (LGCs) from ENGIE.

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