GE selects ENGIE to become zero-carbon by 2020


GE Renewable Energy has selected ENGIE Impact for the provision of services that will help the energy firm to accelerate its sustainability transformation.

GE Renewable Energy has plans to leverage energy efficiency technologies and to become 100% renewable energy-powered by 2020.

ENGIE Impact will provide GE Renewable Energy with strategic, technical consulting and implementation support services.

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ENGIE Impact will use data and analytics-driven strategies to provide GE Renewable Energy with recommendations on how best they can achieve their zero-carbon goal.

This includes deep site-level and regionalised expertise, renewable assessment and analysis (both for onsite and offsite opportunities), and rich resource and expense data and analytics that provide quick, accurate insights to drive action – all of which accelerates its client’s transformation and eliminates the barriers to achieving sustainability at scale.

Danielle Merfeld, CTO at GE Renewable Energy, said: “Pairing strategic and technical acumen, ENGIE Impact is a valued partner for us to address some of the main sustainability considerations associated with our complex manufacturing portfolio. The collaboration allows us to focus our resources and benefit from the insights and experiences of a strong global partner who shares our desire to grow the use of renewable energy. We will work with ENGIE Impact to enrich our roadmap and ensure rollout at the speed and global scale we require. ENGIE Impact has what it takes to be a long-term partner to assist us in reaching our goal.”

GE Renewable Energy is a $15 billion business which has installed more than 400GW of renewable energy and equipped more than 90% of utilities worldwide with its grid solutions.