Frugal Innovation & Circular Economy : Modest Means, Creative Thinking Bring...
Turning away from complex over-engineering to reach for simpler but creative solutions also applies to the renewable energy industry.I'm interested
Being a woman motivates us to do more.
Today's "Woman in Research" is Audrey Hubert, Project Manager at the ENGIE Lab CRIGEN’s Liquefaction Lab. Young and passionate, Audrey talks about her career and the place of women in research.I'm interested
Women bring a different but essential way of thinking.
Our "Women in Tech" series continues with Bérengère Genouville, Tech Lead Advisor & Research Program Director. After a career in the telecommunications industry, Bérengère wanted to contribute to a greener world - and was particularly interested in the "gold mine" of waste. From Telecom to trash, an interesting career path!I'm interested
Science needs women!
On the occasion of The International Women's Day on March 8, we are publishing a series of portraits dedicated to women working in Tech, science or research at ENGIE.I'm interested
"Energy and climate change are everyone’s business"
We’re taking advantage of the International Women’s day, on March 8, to launch a serie of portraits.I'm interested
World Tour Of A New Generation Of Clean Energy Innovators
As young people around the world are organizing to fight climate change, it should come as no surprise they also play a growing role in developing the technologies that fuel our energy transition.I'm interested
HomeBiogas to export its Clean Energy Solutions from Organic Waste
Supported by the ENGIE New Ventures Fund, the startup HomeBiogas was valued at 79 million euros for its IPO and is entering a new phase of development.I'm interested
ENGIE's Columbus "Power to Methane" project wins the Febeliec Energy Award 2020
The Febeliec Energy Award 2020 awarded to the Columbus project in collaboration with ENGIE Generation Europ, Carmeuse and John CockerillI'm interested
A New Way To “Blend” Green Hydrogen Into Natural Gas Pipes
Green hydrogen has long been touted as one of the best solutions to decarbonize the world’s energy supply — but transportation problems have so far left its true potential untapped.I'm interested
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