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Building better lives through energy

A low-carbon world is one of our core global strategies. As a leader in the energy generation industry, we take our commitment to the environment seriously.

We’re working towards this by diversifying our generation capacity and focusing on investing in renewable energy. We also create smarter, safer and more sustainable environments through our technologically progressive, efficient service solutions.

ENGIE came to Australia in 1996 and since then we’ve become one of the nation’s market leaders in energy generation. We operate generation assets in South Australia and Western Australia delivering a combined 1,000 MW of electricity from our five power generation locations.

Willogoleche and Canunda are two wind farms that represent ENGIE’s commitment to power generation from renewable resources. Pelican Point is one of Australia’s most advanced, energy efficient and environmentally friendly power stations, while Kwinana and Synergen also have the future of Australia in mind as they work towards minimising waste while enhancing efficiency.

ENGIE has divested all high carbon, emissions intensive generation facilities in the Asia Pacific region.

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.