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Vision and ambition

“Take part in the energy transition and build the City of the Future at the center of people’s lives”


For a few years, new technologies have brought us their full potential both in communications and in the energy field (such as renewables, new types of storage and of consumption). The convergence between the digital and energy worlds is creating tomorrow’s solutions: smart energy grids, and the development of renewable energy, of storage, of the adaptation of on-demand production, etc., while making it necessary for the organization of our energy systems to be more local and more in touch with the territories. That is what the energy transition debate is all about – a debate where ENGIE Ineo is a player both through ENGIE and through the professional organizations we belong to.

 Today ENGIE Ineo is characterized by the agility and creativity at the heart of its entrepreneurial business model, enabling it to remain in close contact with its customers, and to build with them today, the technological and economic solutions of tomorrow. 

 ENGIE Ineo has become much more than an installer, a systems integrator or a technology supplier – it is a solutions integrator whose goal is to provide a service by deploying financing, contracting and outsourcing solutions.

 ENGIE Ineo also strives to be a player working resolutely alongside its customers and society at large, up against the challenges they face, such as health, safety and security, risk management, energy and environmental performance, mobility, transportation, and well-being. 

ENGIE Ineo’s ambition is to be at the center of people’s lives both today and tomorrow.


Key figures
  • 75% of the energy consumed will be by buildings in 2050
  • 38% of communities’ energy bills is related to Public lighting
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