The active protection of the climate is no longer just a political issue, but has now reached the center of society. "Decarbonization" as a way into an emission-free energy world does not only take place in large power plants. To achieve the goals of the energy transition, new thinking and innovative solutions are required directly on site - in your city, your property or your building. Numerous cities, municipalities and companies are already pushing the issue of sustainability to accelerate the exit from the fossil energy world towards a CO2-neutral future. With "Zero Carbon Transition as a Service", we bundle the energy and service expertise of the ENGIE Group and provide our customers with tailored support on their way to climate neutrality.
There are countless approaches and options for implementation for climate protection and energy efficiency on the ground. However, an often high level of complexity in the integration of various aspects requires holistic and networked thinking in order to be able to implement future-oriented ideas. With "Zero Carbon Transition as a Service" we want to transform complex projects for an active energy transition into simple, tailored service packages for our customers. Today, ENGIE combines a comprehensive range of services into integrated and attractive local value-added solutions – from financing to construction and management and optimization of plants and buildings.
"Zero Carbon Transition as a Service" by ENGIE stands for individually tailored customer solutions in the transition to climate neutrality, without having to make compromises in productivity, comfort or costs. Together we work on your personal development goals for a climate-friendly future and accompany you in the conception, financing and implementation of your sustainability strategy.
In this article, we introduce you to an important service for project developers, urban planners and property developers: neighborhood consulting. Learn more about the process and how we support real estate companies to meet the current challenges in the energy sector.
At the 22nd Berlin Energy Days, ENGIE Deutschland and GASAG Solution Plus presented an innovative residential and energy project. Here, sustainable and energy-efficient living and working will be conceived together.
What is the status of electrolysis performance and the demand for green hydrogen? In this article, you will learn where Germany currently stands, what steps are necessary in the coming years, and how ENGIE and its subsidiaries are successfully accompanying this path.
A climate-friendly, reliable and efficient energy supply - that is what the energy transition is designed to achieve. Promotional potential lies dormant in the three sectors of electricity, mobility and heat. What will the heat supply of the future look like?
Making a contribution to a more sustainable construction and real estate industry of tomorrow: This is the mission of the Smart Building Innovation Foundation (SBIF), which was founded in Berlin on January 20, 2022.
As a versatile energy source, hydrogen can make a significant contribution to the energy transition. Many hopes are pinned on hydrogen technology becoming a decisive climate savior. But what steps are needed today to make this happen?
Green hydrogen is a great alternative to fossil fuels - especially for powering municipal vehicle fleets. But what about fleet conversion and who is supporting municipal operations? An overview.
Climate protection and energy efficiency cost money. But right now, companies are benefiting from attractive federal funding initiatives. High time, then, to get a quick overview.
CO2 compensation plays an important role for companies in emissions management. But the market is changing and when buying reduction certificates, it is important to act with foresight.
Reduce CO2 emissions and, in the best case, avoid them already now – a task that many companies feel is impossible to solve. But how can the transformation succeed, and what is the main obstacle? Find out how to implement a targeted reduction strategy here.