Community Solutions

Decentralised, digitised and decarbonised solutions for better communities

ENGIE is a global business that has been driving innovation for more than 180 years. Today, we continue to grow by providing smart technologies and offering renewable energy alternatives for industry and communities.

In Australia, we’ve closed our two coal-fired generating facilities because investing in renewable energy production is the right thing to do for the future of the planet.

We’re moving towards decentralised, digitised and decarbonised solutions for communities. By working with decision makers, we improve infrastructure to make communities better, safer and more efficient environments for residents.

We’re also partnering with developers of new communities to make better cities and smart cities of the future. Through investment in renewable energy generation and storage, infrastructure, district energy schemes, green mobility solutions, digital technology, and energy efficiency initiatives, these new communities will produce more energy than they consume.

ENGIE is proud to be a part of communities all over Australia and New Zealand. In these communities we provide employment and skills development, economic stimulus, low carbon energy options and multi-technical solutions for business.

ENGIE and Springfield Hyundai sign 10-year energy agreement

ENGIE and Springfield Hyundai sign 10-year energy agreement

Accelerating the decarbonisation of industries and communities is ENGIE’s core mission and we achieve this through long-term partnerships with clients.
ENGIE takes up option to develop Hills of Gold Wind Farm

ENGIE takes up option to develop Hills of Gold Wind Farm

ENGIE Australia & New Zealand today announced the purchase of the Hills of Gold Wind Farm development near Nundle, New South Wales.
ENGIE, Springfield City Group publish Australia’s first Zero Net Energy Road Map

ENGIE, Springfield City Group publish Australia’s first Zero Net Energy Road Map

Greater Springfield residents will see at least 30% of the city reserved as green space, have widespread access to electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and a hydrogen bus network, and see 100% of their power delivered through renewable sources.