ENGIE Partners with Louvre Abu Dhabi and Spotlights Decarbonization with its E4 Event
- ENGIE, the global low-carbon energy company, is proud to announce that it has become a corporate member of Louvre Abu Dhabi
- In line with its strategic objectives, ENGIE have leveraged its partnership to launch its E4 event at the museum, ‘Defining the pathway to a carbon neutral economy
- ENGIE’s E4 event brought together government ministers and C-suite executives to address the decarbonization challenges businesses face with practical solutions to accelerate net zero goals
ENGIE, the global low-carbon energy company, is proud to announce that it has become a Corporate Member of Louvre Abu Dhabi, the first universal museum in the Arab World.
As part of the Corporate Membership programme with the museum, ENGIE held its E4 event, which provided government and industry leaders with valuable insights into how to accelerate the journey to net zero on Tuesday, 28 February.
Led by CEO Catherine MacGregor, E4 showcased the most impactful and cost-effective decarbonization solutions being put into practice today and other innovative solutions that support industries and businesses in overcoming decarbonization challenges. The event provided attendees with an unrivaled opportunity to network with peers.
About Louvre Abu Dhabi
Created by an exceptional agreement between the governments of Abu Dhabi and France, Louvre Abu Dhabi was designed by Jean Nouvel and opened on Saadiyat Island in November 2017. The museum is inspired by traditional Islamic architecture and its monumental dome creates a rain of light effect and a unique social space that brings people together.
Louvre Abu Dhabi celebrates the universal creativity of mankind and invites audiences to see humanity in a new light. Through its innovative curatorial approach, the museum focuses on building understanding across cultures: through stories of human creativity that transcend civilisations, geographies and times.
The museum’s growing collection is unparalleled in the region and spans thousands of years of human history, including prehistoric tools, artefacts, religious texts, iconic paintings and contemporary artworks. The permanent collection is supplemented by rotating loans from 13 French partner institutions, regional and international museums.
Louvre Abu Dhabi is a testing ground for new ideas in a globalised world and champions new generations of cultural leaders. Its international exhibitions, programming and Children’s Museum are inclusive platforms that connect communities and offer enjoyment for all.