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Improving the lives of millions of people every day with our ongoing commitment to low-carbon energy.
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Leading the energy transition with global strategies focused on decentralisation, digitisation and decarbonisation.
ENGIE is committed to conducting business sustainably and responsibly, and we partner with leading organisations in the areas of education, environment and community to make meaningful and long-lasting contributions where we live and work.
We aim to play a positive role in the communities in which we operate because our people are an integral part of those communities, not separate from them.
Corporate Social Responsibility Program
We seek to deliver tangible benefits through our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, with a particular focus on developing young people and maintaining our legacy of community-based support in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley.
Social Procurement Program
At ENGIE, in everything we do every day, we aim to leave a positive impact on our customers, our communities and the environment.
Through our social procurement strategy, we positively engage with local suppliers, social enterprises targeting disadvantaged young people and people with disabilities, and Indigenous suppliers through our supply chain spend.
Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan
Reconciliation Australia has approved ENGIE Australia & New Zealand’s inaugural Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan.
ENGIE developed the Reflect RAP in consultation with local First Nations communities, our team members, customers and stakeholders to provide tangible actions to achieve ENGIE’s commitments to reconciliation in Australia.
Key initiatives build on ENGIE’s existing First Nations partnerships and provide further opportunities to First Nations peoples and organisations that respect the communities and lands on which we operate.
“Our Reflect RAP represents an important milestone for our business. It builds on our existing partnerships and provides new opportunities for meaningful progress toward reconciliation,” ENGIE ANZ Chief Executive Officer, Augustin Honorat, said.
ENGIE is committed to a just, equitable and reconciled Australia and recognises that we all have a role to play in achieving this vision.
Modern Slavery Information
At ENGIE, the respect for others is one of the four principles embedded in our Ethics Charter. We are committed to respecting internationally recognised human rights wherever we operate, or our activities impact, around the world.
This commitment is about doing business responsibly and sustainably. We focus on identifying and preventing risks of negative impacts of our operations and activities on human rights; and the explicit rejection of modern slavery is central to this. At ENGIE, every employee is responsible for building and upholding these ethical human rights values. We also expect our suppliers and business partners to uphold these values.
ENGIE ANZ supports a select number of partnerships with whom we have had a long-standing relationship and whose work impacts on community resilience, education and environment.
Operation Flinders runs exercises in the far northern Flinders Ranges for young people at risk. The exercises accommodate up to 100 participants, who trek more than 100 kms over eight days.
The program takes young men and women aged 14 to 18 out of their everyday environment and helps to rebuild their confidence and people skills through positive experience and achievement.
Through participation in the program, participants gain credit towards their Year 11 and 12 South Australian Certificate of Education under the banner of Recognition of Community Learning and have the opportunity to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Youth Leadership program.
Operation Flinders runs exercises in the far northern Flinders Ranges for young people at risk. The exercises accommodate up to 100 participants, who trek more than 100 kms over eight days.Learn More chevron_right
The Smith Family
The Smith Family is the largest Australian children’s education charity helping disadvantaged young Australians to succeed at school, so they can create better futures for themselves.
A key way The Smith Family supports children in need is through Learning for Life. This program helps them to participate more fully in their education through a three-step approach. Financial, practical and emotional support aids in their educational journey throughout their school years.
ENGIE supports 90 student scholarships, split across schools in or near our Kwinana power station in WA, Port Adelaide (Pelican Point), and the Latrobe Valley (Hazelwood Rehabilitation Project).
The Smith Family believes all children and young people deserve dreams to hope for, ambitions to reach for and the chance to make these happen. They aim to create opportunities for young Australians in need to do so.
The Smith Family
The Smith Family is the largest Australian children’s education charity helping disadvantaged young Australians to succeed at school, so they can create better futures for themselves.Learn More chevron_right
Gippsland Power Football Club
we currently support the Club’s youth leadership and development program and have been involved with GPFC for more than 20 years.
The ICE Meltdown Project
We support this non-residential ICE detox program, based in Drouin, Victoria. The program supports clients battling ICE addiction in the Latrobe Valley and analysis of the program’s results show a much higher success rate than for residential, high cost, ‘semi-commercial’ alternative programs.
We support a range of programs from a basic swim school to elite development across Latrobe Valley/Gippsland. This professional organisation has a long history of youth development achievement.
Balvidis Children’s Forest
We support this 49-hectare public reserve located about 50km south of Perth, managed for the conservation of native plants and animals. During the past 12 years, the local children and volunteers have helped the park develop from an old farm pasture block to a popular amenity that they now manage in partnership with the City of Rockingham.
Kempe (Read the Play)
We support this mental health literacy program designed for the junior levels of sports clubs. It imparts information about mental illness through engaging young players and helping to remove the stigma of mental health issues to increase help-seeking behaviour. We have partnered with Read the Play to expand their program into the Mt Gambier and Millicent areas of South Australia where our Snuggery peaking plant and Canunda Wind Farm are located.
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