The only utilities provider in this round, ENGIE is actively following the development of the Internet of things in the energy sector, which is a larger producer of data. Making objects communicate with each other and humans, thanks to robust and efficient technologies, could be a real driver of change in our industry.
The Sigfox technology is an effective solution that will help meet the energy challenges of our time, such as energy efficiency, energy storage, demand-side management, home comfort and smart mobility.
Toward a net zero carbon industry
If you live in a city you can’t help noticing that certain materials such as steel, cement and glass dominate the urban landscape. These ubiquitous materials are produced by so-called energy-intensive industries (EIIs), which are responsible for a high-level of greenhouse gas emissions because their activity revolves around numerous energy-intensive processes. Demand can exceed 200 megawatts for a single...I'm interested
Is digital design the key to success?
The next ENGIE morning digital meeting will be dedicated to digital design, on January 21st, from 9:30 to 10:30 AM (Paris time) in partnership with La Tribune.I'm interested
Renewable Energy Innovation Inspired By How The Natural World Works
Biomimicry : four recent energy innovations are lighting the path toward a more sustainable energy future.I'm interested
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