The ENGIE Foundation was created in France in 2010, and, since 2013, it has supported projects helping children and young people in Belgium through education, sport and culture. So far, 37 Belgian associations have benefited from the Foundation’s help. By the end of 2017, there will be three more: YouthStart, Sun Child and Fonds Victor.
On Tuesday, November 21, the authorities and executives from Elia inaugurated the new Stevin high-voltage line, designed to upgrade the electricity grid between Zomergem and Zeebrugge. The specialists from ENGIE Fabricom who took charge of installing the required pylons and cables had to adapt to a number of constraints, even resorting to the use of helicopters to complete their task.
The new site simulator will be officially inaugurated on Thursday. This new simulator underscores ECS’s ambition to remain the reference company for conventional and nuclear safety training.
ENGIE is reaffirming its social and societal commitment by again providing financial support and expertise to the charity SOS Children’s Villages through the ENGIE Foundation. The project involves the renovation of the Chantevent SOS Children’s Village, offering a home to 43 children. This will make the houses where they live both more sustainable and more energy-efficient.
It’s the biggest rooftop vegetable garden in Brussels, but that’s not all: it also helps staff suffering from burnout as they recover. ENGIE has joined forces with B-Sprouts to use the Internet of Things to connect budding gardeners with their crops. Let’s take a look!