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ENGIE in Brazil
ENGIE has been present in Brazil for more than 20 years, leading the country’s power generation and offering customers innovative services and solutions.
ENGIE is responsible for around 6% of the installed capacity in Brazil, coming mainly from clean and renewable sources. It has been reinforcing its position by means of the acquisition of operating plants and new renewable energy projects. The company acts on the distributed solar generation front by designing, implementing and maintaining complete solar energy systems for companies, shopping centers and homes, offering credit facilities to ensure reduced electricity-related expenditures.
For cities, infrastructure complexes and industrial companies of every type, ENGIE offers integrated electric energy and utilities efficiency, telemetering and monitoring solutions; co-generation, commercial and industrial cooling; security; public lighting and urban mobility.
With close to 150,000 employees in 70 countries, ENGIE operates the entire electricity and gas energy value chain, with efficient and innovative solutions for people, cities and companies. ENGIE carries out its electricity, natural gas and services activities based on responsible growth to meet the demand for energy, fight climate change and rationalize the use of natural resources. It is an energy transition leader and the world’s largest independent power producer, with 103 GW in installed capacity.
ENGIE is represented in the main European capital markets’ main indices: CAC 40, BEL 20, DJ Euro Stoxx 50, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, MSCI Europe, DJSI World, DJSI Europe and Euronext Vigeo.
In a clear demonstration of its commitment to ethics and sustainability, ENGIE has embraced the United Nations Global Compact at the time of its release, in 2000, and plays an active role in the Conference of Parties (CoP).
ENGIE by the numbers
own installed capacity
BRL 7,5 billion
Solar Energy Customers
A total of
employees in Brazil