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Engie Solutions is to accelerate the low-carbon transition

ENGIE Axima, ENGIE Cofely, ENGIE Fabricom and their subsidiaries join forces to become ENGIE Solutions.The creation of this new entity results from the reorganization of ENGIE's service activities in Belgium. It brings together dozens of complementary domains of expertise under a single brand: climatic, industrial, electrical, energy, mechanical engineering, heating and cooling networks, etc. If, in the past, all of these multi-technical skills have enabled their B2B customers to initiate the energy transition by optimizing layouts and installations, today, the group is going further, through a global, open-plan and tailor-made service.

ENGIE Solutions experts support companies in the service sector, industries and cities.
They put all their know-how at the service of three objectives:
optimizing the use of resources by improving the performance of buildings, installations and processes in terms of energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, productivity and lifecycle
greening energies by providing tailor-made energy solutions including production, distribution, storage and supply of green and local energies
reinventing living and working environments by creating, improving and managing living and working places to make them more pleasant and more respectful of the environment

ENGIE Solutions is the promise of a single point of contact and a combination of complementary offerings that go beyond energy. Committing to results, the company's employees are able to act in a wide variety of fields of action, from design to operation of infrastructure and services, including financing, installation and maintenance.

Tim Harrup
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