De-Carbonisation

Leading the way in de-carbonisation, and pioneering the transition to a zero-carbon future

It’s easy for big companies to talk up their commitment to the environment, but at ENGIE, we’re putting our money where our mouth is.

We’re the world’s largest independent power producer and we understand the pivotal role we play in protecting the environment and helping to ensure a sustainable future.

De-carbonising our energy production globally is one of the ways we are leading the energy transition. We are constantly diversifying our power generating assets by incorporating sources of renewable energy, such as hydropower, wind power, solar power, biomass, biogas and geothermal.

In Australia and the Asia Pacific Region we have moved to lower carbon generating capacity by closing or divesting all high carbon, emissions intensive generation facilities.

We operate two of Australia’s most efficient and environmentally friendly power stations at Kwinana in Western Australia and Pelican Point in South Australia.

The company’s Canunda and Willogoleche wind farms in South Australia represent a move towards power generated from sustainable resources.

And we’re not done yet. We’ve got big plans to expand into generating power from hydrogen and continuing to de-carbonise. Because quite simply, it’s the right thing to do for this generation and beyond.

Dredger fell success at Hazelwood Rehabilitation Project

Dredger fell success at Hazelwood Rehabilitation Project

ENGIE, Springfield City Group publish Australia’s first Zero Net Energy Road Map

ENGIE, Springfield City Group publish Australia’s first Zero Net Energy Road Map

Greater Springfield residents will see at least 30% of the city reserved as green space, have widespread access to electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and a hydrogen bus network, and see 100% of their power delivered through renewable sources.
ENGIE and Mitsui launch Australian Renewable Energy Trust

ENGIE and Mitsui launch Australian Renewable Energy Trust

ENGIE Australia & New Zealand, a joint venture between ENGIE and Mitsui, will look to accelerate the growth of its renewable energy portfolio in Australia, through an innovative equity finance platform in partnership with Infrastructure Capital Group (ICG).