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Our Ambitions

Zero. You may think it’s nothing, but to us at ENGIE… zero is exhilarating. 


ENGIE’s ambition is to be net zero by 2045. That’s why for ENGIE, zero is everything™

Australia’s energy future

ENGIE is using innovative technology to provide simple, affordable energy solutions.  

Our renewable projects generate wind and solar power. Our industrial-scale battery energy storage systems (BESS) can also help create a more reliable, flexible energy system. 

Making going carbon neutral easy

Whether you own a property, rent, or run a business, ENGIE can help you take control of your carbon footprint with our simple, affordable solutions. 

ENGIE offers carbon neutral energy plan options, which means we’ll offset the carbon emissions generated from your energy usage. 

Reduce your carbon footprint

Understanding the factors contributing to carbon emissions empowers you to make informed choices and reduce your carbon footprint. 

Electric vehicles

If you have an electric vehicle (EV) or plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV), ENGIE can help you reduce your running costs with our high Feed-in Tariff, super off-peak discount on market rates between midnight and 6am.

Install solar and battery

Choose to install your solar and battery system with one of ENGIE’s accredited installers, and you could qualify for an increased solar Feed-in Tariff for your first 3 kWh exported per day, fixed for 24 months.

ENGIE’s Global Ambition

ENGIE is one of the world's largest independent power producers, and a pioneer of the renewable energy transition. Our global ambition is to champion carbon-neutral energies and achieve an affordable, reliable net-zero energy system by 2045. 

Our Goals

Increase growth investment by 50%

Increase growth investment by 50% over (2021-2023), to 22-25 billion euros globally for 2023-25.


50 GW of renewable electricity capacity in 2025


CO2 emission to reduce to 110g CO2/kWh by 2030

CO2 emission to reduce to 110g CO2/kWh by 2030 (compared to 2017).


80 GW of renewable electricity capacity in 2030


10 GW of battery capacity 
by 2030

Find out more about our targets in our Sustainability Report.