With a power generation capacity of 115,3 GW, ENGIE is currently the largest independent electricity producer in the world. Its power generation facility is one of the most diverse in the world.
Renewable energies, a key issue
Since an increase in electricity production must not jeopardise the environmental equilibrium, ENGIE is focusing on developing new infrastructures and favours the solutions that are most efficient and produce the lowest CO2 emissions. To date, 22% of the Group’s power capacity comes from renewable resources. Hydropower is of course the main energy source to be exploited, but wind power, solar power, biomass and biogas occupy a growing position in the energy mix.
Significant nuclear and traditional thermal power capabilities
ENGIE’s electricity production assets are some of the most diversified in the world. To meet ever increasing energy needs, ENGIE is constantly increasing its electricity generation capacity by pursuing an active policy of industrial investments in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.
ENGIE’s electricity production around the world
- 1st independent electricity producer in the world
- 4th largest electricity producer in Europe
- 1st electricity producer in the Netherlands and Belgium
- 2nd largest electricity producer in France
- 1st independent electricity producer in Brazil and largest independent IPP in Thailand, 2nd in Peru and Panama
- 1st independent energy developer in terms of installed capacity in the Persian Gulf region
The Group also plays a prominent role in central Europe (Poland, Hungary, etc.), Latin America (Peru, Panama and Chile), Asia (China, Pakistan and Singapore), the Middle East, the United Kingdom and Australia.