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ENGIE is a publicly listed company headquartered in France, with 23.64% of shares owned by the government of France. In 2020, its revenue was USD63.5 billion and installed capacity was 63 GW. ENGIE has activities in fossil fuel power, nuclear energy and gas and is the largest provider of wind and solar energy in France. It is making progress on its low-carbon transition but is still relying too heavily on gas power generation.

Ranking position
#8 /50
Total score
66.9 /100
Performance score
11.1 /20
Narrative Score
Trend Score
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Performance module name Performance module score Rank (0-50)


#1 2.8 /4 #14

Material Investment

#1 2.2 /7 #19

Intangible Investment

#1 0.4 /2 #10


#1 2.9 /4 #12

Policy Engagement

#1 0.7 /1 #8

Business Model

#1 2.0 /2 #1
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Leading practices

Risks and opportunities


ENGIE receives a trend score of +. If the company were reassessed in the near future, its score would likely improve. This is due to the progressive closure of the company’s coal plants. In 2020, ENGIE still had 4.3 GW of coal capacity but plans to completely phase out coal by 2027. Furthermore, from 2021 to 2023 more than 85% of ENGIE’s investments will be dedicated to renewables, energy solutions and networks while less than 10% will be allocated to thermal power generation. This is projected to improve the company’s alignment with its 1.5°C pathway.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

Just Transition Assessment

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  1. 2020
  2. 2023

More about the company

Paris, France
Group revenue (2020)
USD 63.5 billion
Publicly listed, with 23.64% owned by the government of France
Installed capacity (2020)
63.3 GW

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