Energy lies at the heart of human progress  

Global warming and climate change leave us no choice but to rethink the global energy landscape. The urgent need to reduce our environmental impact means that a more decarbonized, decentralized, digital and energy-efficient system is now a necessity. The Group's ambition is to make energy and services a source of progress and harmonious development. Our goal is to provide secure safe energy that is better consumed, accessible to as many people as possible and respects both society and the environment. 

Inspired by our purpose (“raison d’être”), we reconcile economic performance with a positive impact on people and the planet, relying on our key businesses (gas, renewable energy, services) to offer competitive solutions to our clients. 

ENGIE is committed to the development of people. This focus remains at the heart of our sustainable strategy with a strong emphasis on diversity, gender equality, learning, and training.  

We have a key role to play in the global transition to sustainable energy sources and a responsible supply chain that reduces our own carbon footprint, respects human rights and does not cause environmental damages. With these experiences and knowledge, we are helping our clients in their own sustainable energy transition. 

Find more information by visiting ENGIE's Vigilance Plan and ENGIE's human rights approach.

From commitment to action 

To make sure that our activities respect human rights and do not cause environmental damages, we have developed and implemented a strategy which balances the environmental and societal risks in the supply chain and by doing so, creating a sustainable business for our clients and other stakeholders. 

Through our supply chain due diligence process, we make sure we only do business with stakeholders that meet the same commitments when it comes to human rights, fundamental freedoms, human health and safety and the environment. 

Learn more about ENGIE's CSR performance and ratings by international rating agencies.