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About ENGIE

ENGIE is a leading energy and services Group employing 20,000 people in the UK across three main activities: services, energy solution and energy infrastructure.

ENGIE’s Services division is a leading UK provider of technical and facilities management services for companies and communities across public, private and healthcare sectors. With revenues of £1 billion, it provides solutions to a customer portfolio totalling over 25 million sq. m. of managed space across 14,000 sites.

Globally, ENGIE’s businesses are developed around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy’s transition to a low-carbon economy. The Group employs 154,950 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €69.9 billion in 2015.

Cofely GDF SUEZ is now ENGIE.  

Sustainability at ENGIE

Engie is committed to working in an effective way to create a positive lasting environmental, economic and social legacy. Engie views its performance not just in terms of financial metrics but acknowledge that a fuller understanding of "performance" must include wider social and environmental aspects. Our vision, titled 'OurFuture', sets out how we will work with our clients, employees, suppliers and communities to achieve a sustainable future for all by: 

•Delivering sustainable solutions through innovation
•Supporting people and communities;
•Being planet positive

Working closely with our supply chain is key to delivering our vision through innovative sustainable solutions. 'OurFuture' is a "shared responsibility" meaning that everyone has their role to play!

“ENGIE is committed to delivering value to our clients and the communities we serve. We are working with our supply chain partners to ensure that we incorporate responsible business practices into the fabric of our day to day operations and focusing our efforts on continually improving our performance to ensure that ENGIE choices and those of our supply partners, are made responsibly.”  
John Farley, Chief Procurement Officer - UK and Ireland  UK & Ireland