Lunch breaks have just taken on a whole new twist at ENGIE. One lunchtime a week, a shared vegetable garden is now the backdrop for a group of employees to indulge in their new task of – wait for it – growing organic fruit and vegetables.
ENGIE Electrabel and Fairwind, a trailblazer in the construction of small wind turbines, have just signed a partnership agreement on the operation and marketing of small vertical-axis wind turbines. By entering into this agreement, ENGIE has once more confirmed its desire to lead the energy transition in Belgium.
The 10th edition of the Belgian Homeless Cup ended at the ‘Foot Festival’ soccer tournament in Antwerp on June 29. As a combined social and sports project, the Belgian Homeless Cup aims to restore homeless people’s self-confidence by using the motivating power of football, the ‘king of sports’ in Belgium.
6,500 solar panels now have been installed on the roofs of the Charleroi and Liège bpost sorting centres. They capture no less than 17,000 m² of solar energy.
Solar films manufactured by German company Heliatek have been installed on ENGIE Laborelec’s building in Linkebeek. The HeliaFilm organic films have been incorporated into the façade and windows and will enable the testing of new solar technology systems.