ENGIE Netherlands sounds gong for name change
The Euronext Brussels and Paris listed ENGIE (ticker symbol: ENGI) changed its name from GDF SUEZ. A new name, but with a rich history in the Netherlands. One of the Dutch predecessors of ENGIE was founded 200 years ago by King William I. On this occasion Han Blokland, CEO ENGIE Netherlands, sounds the gong.
The main reason for the change they will make as a company, is the energy transition. ENGIE wants to be the leader in the energy transition: continues the transition from the old to the new energy world and set globally in less CO2 emissions and at the same time ensures that the growing demand for energy available and affordable for the customer.
Because of the climate, ENGIE finds that this transition must happen soon. This acceleration can only happen if more integrated solutions are available that accelerate energy and make it accessible. By combining the power of ENGIE Services and ENGIE Energy, a unique combination of skills and knowledge in the field of renewable energy, technology and digitization is created. As one brand they can serve their customers broader in their overall energy problem.
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