Hack 4 Energy, the first ENGIE Hackathon in the Netherlands
At the weekend 15-17 October, Hack 4 Energy welcomed 30 participants from around the world for this Hackathon at the Energy Barn in Groningen. They started working with new concepts and ideas surrounding the energy transition.Developers, IT professionals, engineers, students and others have struggled all weekend for the first prize of € 5000, - or a ticket for the ENGIE Start-up program Start-up Fast Track.Ca m'intéresse
More than 300 ideas submitted on Innov@ENGIE!
Since being launched a little over year ago, the Innov@ENGIE internal platform has attracted more than 300 ideas. A good start for Stéphane Quéré, Innovation Director, who is now counting on the call for applications that will be launched a few days from now to encourage other employees to embark on the adventure of "intrapreneurship."Ca m'intéresse
For GDF SUEZ, being innovative also means anticipating the energy transformation
Capturing new markets and giving eco-innovative start-ups the means to make themselves known in an ever-changing energy sector: these are challenges GDF SUEZ must rise to meet. What innovative methods should the Group use to do so? Stéphane Quéré, the Group’s Innovation Director, give his perspective on this issue.Ca m'intéresse
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