Renewable Energy Future

Renewable energy for a better future

Renewable energy is sourced from natural resources like sunlight, wind and water. These resources are constantly replaced and will never run out, unlike more traditional energy producing sources like coal and gas. Renewable energy produces fewer emissions and is better for our planet.

ENGIE has demonstrated a pioneering focus on renewable energy through our transition to wind and solar generation facilities and our commitment to exploring the enormous potential of hydrogen.

Our experience and capability in renewable, low carbon solutions can help you transform your energy infrastructure to achieve low greenhouse gas emissions. Our expertise in co- and tri-generation energy systems, along with solar PV, battery storage and bio-gas solutions helps you optimise your energy production with a holistic energy producing system. Our goal is to meet your energy requirements, whilst reducing your costs and environmental impact.

We’re proud of driving change and contributing to building a better future.

Simply Energy Virtual Power Plant (VPP)

Here’s an example that works for our end customers, which we serve through our retail arm Simply Energy.

The VPP is a mutually beneficial and attractive scheme for South Australians who have rooftop solar power.

In this video some of our customers share how batteries store the energy generated through their solar PV systems and how the Simply Energy Virtual Power Plant offer can reward them for supporting the grid.
ENGIE is a founding member of Business Renewables Centre Australia, a member-based platform that streamlines and accelerates corporate purchasing of large-scale wind and solar energy and storage.

ENGIE’s retail energy provider, Simply Energy, to help deliver new sustainable hot water trial in South Australia.

Simply Energy will be the lead retail energy provider taking part in the trial and will offer customers incentives to join the scheme.

ENGIE to power Flinders University transition to 100% renewable energy

Flinders University will power all of its South Australian campuses and facilities with 100% renewable energy sources from 2021 through an innovative new electricity supply agreement with ENGIE.

ENGIE supports NAB’s renewable energy commitments

National Australia Bank (NAB) has signed a renewable energy supply agreement with ENGIE, which will see the banking group buy 150,000 Large-scale Generation Certificates (LGCs) from ENGIE.




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