ENGIE, which has participated in the Forum for many years, will once again be present to meet with local authorities. They manage a significant stock of buildings and the choices they have to make in terms of decentralized energy, energy efficiency and renewable energy make them key players in the energy transition.
As such, ENGIE and all of its French entities are entirely at their disposal to listen to their needs.
The Mayors Forum is also an opportunity for ENGIE to highlight its new products and services. This year ENGIE will host an innovation corner showcasing some of the Group’s most innovative projects, both those developed in-house and those that came out of partnerships with startups:
Isabelle Kocher, ENGIE’s CEO, will sign several Terr'inove agreements at the event with French local authorities. Terr'inove is an ENGIE process that helps cities and groups of towns develop their local energy plan and strategy. Thirty Terr'inove agreements have already been signed (see map below).
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