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    Energy Transition Roadmap: actionable plan for your energy savings

    Prioritize your actions

    Can your company save on energy bills? Can you quantify these potential savings? An expert from ENGIE works out a multi-year implementation plan with the objective to measurably reduce your energy consumption and increase the reliability of your supply.

    Our offer

    In-depth analysis of your gas and electricity consumption profile

    Data collection from your installations, energy flows and individual consumptions during a visit to your company

    The expert completes the data analysis. Improvement measures are defined, savings and ROI are calculated. Total savings can be defined

    Presentation of the report and action plan

    • For companies wishing an actionable plan and quantified energy savings.
    • For companies wishing to define priorities for actions.

    Do you want to receive an offer?

    Contact us for a quotation tailored to the needs of your business.

    Your benefits

    A complete analysis of the energy consuming elements

    During his visit, the expert take pictures of the analysed installations. These photos will provide a clear picture of the current situation.

    A quantitative report

    You receive a quantitative report: current energy loss, recommended actions and investments, subsidies, return on investment, etc.

    Priority list

    Recommended actions are ranked so you can prioritize short-term profitability.

    Implementation of the action plan

    We are at your disposal throughout the implementation of the decided measures, independently of suppliers and installers.

    Energy Transition Roadmap in 4 steps

    Contact us for an appointment


    An expert visits your facilities and asks you some questions


    The report is presented and priorities are defined


    Discussion of the results and possible improvements

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