Engie launched a new umbrella for sustainability solutions and services called Engie Impact that brings together Engie Insight, Ecova UK, Red Engineering, and Tractebel’s Advisory and Advanced Analytics division.
By uniting existing Engie Group portfolio businesses with a range of strategic and technical capabilities, the company says it supports clients that are tackling complex sustainability challenges. Engie Impact offers sustainability solutions and services to clients that include corporations, cities, and governments.
Headquartered in New York City, Engie Impact has 18 offices worldwide and a portfolio of a thousand clients, including a quarter of the Fortune 500 companies, across more than a million sites, the company says.
“Society is making strides towards a zero-carbon future, but it’s not happening fast enough,” said Olivier Biancarelli, executive vice president of Engie Group. “Businesses and local governments can significantly accelerate their action against climate change.”
Mathias Lelievre, chief executive officer of Engie Insight, is leading Engie Impact. “We look at the market from the question of how companies are going to monitor and act on sustainability — less a “nice to have” strategy and more the core of their business,” Lelievre told Energy Manager Today last year on the heels of a different rebranding.
Last February Engie adopted a strategy to offer businesses and local governments a way to transition to zero carbon in a “simple, integrated, and financed manner.” The company says it created Engie Impact to help executives and organizational leaders set specific roadmaps for reaching their sustainability objectives globally across energy, water, waste, and other areas.