The new solutions based on using data and the Internet of Things will enable smarter energy consumption. This is why ENGIE supports the international IoT for Greener Cities Challenge. The innovations developed by the winners will undoubtedly improve our daily lives. So here they are.
Since its creation in 2013, the ENGIE Foundation’s Belgian Selection Committee has offered support to 31 projects run by associations aiming to promote the integration of children and young people through education, sport and culture. Five new projects were added in 2017.
The first tram line linking the centre of Antwerp to the north part of the city was opened on Saturday, June 3. ENGIE Fabricom plays a major role in this significant Noorderlijn project, which has just entered phase two.
ENGIE Fabricom recently launched a new workshop for servicing critical, nuclear-class motors that features a range of equipment nearly unique in Europe. But this is not the ENGIE subsidiary’s only industrial maintenance facility. Its services portfolio is much larger.
ENGIE announces the acquisition of Sungevity International, a leading innovative company specialised in servicing an installing solar solutions for residential and small commercial customers. The company is active in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom. For ENGIE, the acquisition is a big leap forward in the solar space.