2016
A Year in Review

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As the landscape of energy and services undergoes major transition, ENGIE is evolving its business to provide a fresh perspective on the challenges faced by our customers. Here we look back at some of our key UK activities during the past year.

Our Profile

Revenue

Energy Solutions 47%Services 35%Energy Infrastructure 18%

£2.54

billion revenue in 2016

17,000

employees

Services

  • Top 5 Facilities Management
  • Top 5 Smart Government
  • 14,000 sites managed
  • 25 million m2 of managed premises

Energy Solutions

  • Top 7 B2B Energy Provider
  • Top 6 Power Purchase Provider
  • No.1 in District & Industrial Energy
  • No. 1 Energy B2B for Customer Service

Energy Infrastucture

  • 4GW power generation
  • 1.7 GW – UK’s largest pumped storage facility (First Hydro)
  • 355MW of Embedded Generation managed for customers
  • 75 MW wind and solar portfolio
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A fresh perspective on customer challenges

2016 has been a significant year in the development of our business. By bringing together our activities and expertise in to a single organisation, we are now better positioned than ever to provide innovative services and sustainable energy solutions in a way which improves the efficiency of customers’ businesses and lives of the communities they serve.

Wilfrid Petrie, CEO – ENGIE UK & Ireland

Highlights 2016

Development and Innovation

ENGIE recognises that technology and digitalisation are becoming increasingly important in implementing intelligent solutions for customers. We also recognise that technologies on their own are not enough. We believe the people who deliver our services, empowered by new technologies, provide the perfect combination.

Celebrating our drive for innovation

A culture of innovation is essential to the future growth of our business and ENGIE’s annual Innovation Week showcase event in June provides an opportunity to celebrate and share innovative ideas globally throughout the Group. In the UK, for example, hackathons, debates, conferences and exhibitions were based on themes such as corporate responsibility, energy transition, smart cities, energy storage and green mobility.

Digital investment in data analytics & robotic automation

ENGIE acquired digital energy management specialists C3 Resources in 2016 and will be using its C3NTINEL platform to enhance the way the business analyses energy data for customers. ENGIE has also created a virtual workforce using in-house robotic process automation (RPA) capability. RPA can be utilised 24/7 to bring greater speed, accuracy and consistency to many repetitive tasks.

UK Advisory Board provides expert insight

ENGIE has announced the formation of an Advisory Board in the UK, chaired by Sir Michael Rake. The UK Advisory Board members have been selected to provide ENGIE with expert insight in areas such as combining energy and services capabilities, increasing integration with customers, becoming a leader in decentralised energy and the practical application of appropriate digital technologies.

Recognition for sustainability and safety performance

2016 was an award-winning year for ENGIE, having won the Sustainable FM Index (SFMI) 2016 and been highlighted as a leader in energy services providers in the Verdantix Green Quadrant® UK Energy Services 2016 report. Our continued commitment to occupational health and safety was also recognised at the 2016 RoSPA Awards - with a 23rd consecutive Gold Medal Award.