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Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

Inherently abundant, carbon-free and increasingly affordable, renewable energy remains a crucial pathway to achieving global net-zero carbon emissions. Renewable energy, propelled by advancements in wind, solar, and hydrogen technologies, stands as the linchpin of a sustainable and carbon-neutral future. Wind, solar, and hydrogen technologies form a dynamic trifecta driving the transition away from carbon-intensive energy sources, paving the way for a sustainable, resilient, and decarbonized energy landscape.

Renewable energy serves as an important lever in expediting decarbonization efforts. Yet, integrating renewables into sustainability initiatives entails intricate considerations, including market evaluations, risk assessments, financial modeling, and effective implementation. Regardless of your stage in the sustainability journey, ENGIE offers comprehensive support in navigating the diverse renewable energy landscape, enabling you to make informed decisions aligned with your sustainability goals.

Regionally, the UAE and KSA have both aligned to a Net Zero Carbon target. ENGIE’s own 2045 net zero target means we are aligned with the region’s environmental goals. With a global target to achieve 80GW by 2030, we see the Middle East as a region we can support, utilizing our latest technologies and proven technical expertise to deliver on the regions ambitions.

Renewable energy offerings

ENGIE, a global leader in renewable energy

34,2 GW

Installed renewable capacity (@100%)

4 GW

Annual growth | 6 GW from 2026

2.000 MW

PPA projects worldwide

# 1

Wind energy and photovoltaics in France

Calculating emissions

Renewable projects represent a crucial solution in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, offering tangible pathways toward sustainability. To ensure accurate accounting and methodologies for calculating these emissions reductions, ENGIE has collaborated with ENGIE Impact to develop a well-defined methodology called Declic. This rigorous approach ensures that the avoided emissions from our renewable projects are accurately measured and accounted for, reinforcing our commitment to transparency and accountability in combating climate change.

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Case Studies

Transformational wind farm in Texas generates 300 MW of green energy annually

Being the largest of the Lower 48 States, Texas encompasses vast rural areas that are witnessing the advent of renewable energy projects, heralding a new era of economic development. These initiatives are pivotal as they not only generate employment opportunities during construction but also sustain long-term jobs. Additionally, they serve as a valuable income source for landowners and contribute substantial tax revenues to local communities over the years. The transition from an oil-centric economy to a renewable energy leader poses a significant transformational challenge for Texas, yet it holds immense potential for sustainable growth and innovation.

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Giant solar farm deployed in India powers 400,000 households with green energy

In 2020, ENGIE inaugurated the largest solar photovoltaic farm globally, situated in Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh. NTPC Limited, India’s foremost electricity and gas distributor, is the esteemed customer. This project is a pivotal component of the National Solar Mission – phase II, initiated by the Government of India in 2010 to expedite solar energy production and achieved a 100 GW solar capacity by 2022.

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Floating offshore wind turbines in Portugal generate 25MW of green electricity annually and prevent the emission of 33,000 tonnes of CO2/year

Floating wind turbines, also known as marine wind turbines, offer numerous advantages. Positioned farther from the coastline, they capitalize on stronger and more consistent winds compared to their land-based counterparts. Consequently, due to their enhanced power output, floating wind turbines can generate up to twice as much energy as onshore turbines. However, installing these “offshore” wind farms in waters too deep for fixed-foundation turbines poses a challenge. ENGIE collaborated with EDP Renewables, Repsol, and Principle Power to develop WindFloat Atlantic, leveraging innovative technology for harnessing wind power at depths exceeding 40 meters in Portugal.

 

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How did Texas accelerate the energy transition with ENGIE’s solar energy solution?

Four local municipalities in Texas – New Braunfels Utilities (NBU), Denton Municipal Electric (DME), Garland Power & Light (GP&L), and the Kerrville Public Utility Board (KPUB) – have united with a common objective: to expedite the energy transition within their communities. Their mission is to enhance the resilience of their electricity supply by procuring sustainable, cost-effective solar energy over the long term. The ultimate objective was to empower their citizens with access to dependable and economical clean energy solutions.

The Long Draw project perfectly aligns with ENGIE’s strategy of expediting the transition to a carbon-neutral economy.

 

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