Based in Beijing since March 2012 with a team of 5, GDF SUEZ Group subsidiary Storengy China is very well placed in a market with exceptional growth potential.
Energy efficiency in Quebec, renewable energy development in Canada and facility management innovations at Montreal airport: this Canada special edition of the GDF SUEZ video magazine sets out to discover the energy challenges of the far North.
To help you become environmentally responsible and to better monitor your energy consumption, GDF SUEZ invites you to form 8 simple habits to change the way you use energy on a daily basis.
'Responding to the energy and environmental challenges of today and tomorrow': that is the goal of the Enactus challenge supported by the GDF SUEZ Foundation. Working in partnership with the French non-profit organization Enactus, French students submit projects that deliver practical responses to today's energy issues by improving living standards for communities in need.
Following the discovery of the Juliet gas field in December 2008, GDF SUEZ began production of gas from its second well on March 8, 2014. This subsea development program marks a significant step forwards for GDF SUEZ, and consolidates its position as a North Sea gas producer.
GDF SUEZ has launched an inter-college challenge in partnership with Studyka, an online community for student contests. As a company that cares, the Group’s social and environmental responsibility is its priority, and students and recent graduates are invited to play a role in creating a more responsible world.
Between March 19 and July 13 this year, GDF SUEZ provides corporate sponsorship for the I, Augustus, Emperor of Rome exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. The partnership has twin goals: to enable everyone to access important cultural events (the prime objective of the GDF SUEZ Corporate Foundation), and to make the energy expertise of GDF SUEZ available for the benefit of a cultural institution.
Looking after our cultural heritage demands the greatest attention to detail and the highest level of reliability, so GDF SUEZ subsidiary Cofely Services implements custom-made solutions to ensure that the works exhibited are conserved in optimum environmental conditions. Cofely was awarded the Grand Palais contract to provide multi-technical management and maintenance services. Its contractual commitments include guaranteeing the temperature and humidity levels needed to conserve irreplaceable works of art, at the same time as keeping visitors comfortable and controlling energy costs and performance.
Denis Fuentès is a qualified architect as well as a town planning and public transport expert, and is currently the head of the Transport Department at Safège, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT’S engineering subsidiary. At the 35th MIPIM, the International Real Estate Show for Professionals, he gave a talk on mobility.