Dubai, UAE– ENGIE, a global leader in the low-carbon energy transition, has successfully concluded its participation in Dubai EXPO 2020, the first world expo to be held in the Arab world.
The main ambassador of France’s EXPO 2020 pavilion, ENGIE, leveraged the global platform to demonstrate the importance of climate change actions and showcase its support for the Middle East’s Net-Zero vision.
Over the course of six months and keeping with its environmental values, ENGIE was involved in implementing various energy optimization solutions and will now be responsible for the sustainable dismantling of the temporary EXPO 2020 French Pavilion building. The main ambassador of the French Pavilion, ENGIE, hosted a series of immersive experiences, stakeholder events and art exhibitions at the Pavilion over six months to showcase its vision, mission and accomplishments in accelerating the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy.
Florence Fontani, Director of Projects & Coordination for ENGIE Asia, Middle East, and Africa, said, “We are truly honored at ENGIE to have participated in EXPO 2020 as the main partner of the French Pavilion. Marking a new phase of sustainable growth in the UAE, EXPO 2020 has been an important platform for the UAE to highlight its alignment with the United Nations’ SDGs and goal of achieving net-zero by 2050.”
“For us at ENGIE, EXPO 2020 has been a critical platform for us to showcase our support for the UAE’s vision, our strategy in the fight against climate change, and our long-standing commitment to the wider region and its sustainability goals following our three-decade-long presence here,” she added.