Engie, a global low-carbon energy company, has become a corporate member of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, the first universal museum in the Arab world,
As part of the museum’s corporate membership programme, Engie hosted the E4 event, providing government and industry leaders with valuable insights on how to accelerate progress towards net zero emissions.
Led by CEO Catherine MacGregor, E4 showcases the most high-impact and cost-effective decarbonization solutions in action today, as well as other innovative solutions that support industry and business in overcoming decarbonization challenges. The event offers attendees a great opportunity to network with their peers.
“Engie, based in France and energy partner in the Middle East, is delighted to be a corporate member of Louvre Abu Dhabi, which houses an important collection of arts and artifacts spanning the entirety of human history across the globe,” Thermal and According to Frederic Claux of Supply. Engie Managing Director Asia, Middle East and Africa.
“With this in mind, Louvre Abu Dhabi provides the perfect setting to discuss the regional path to net-zero emissions ahead of COP28 in the UAE. Climate change is now one of humanity’s most pressing issues. Nonetheless, with the Middle East With the commitment, skills and technical capabilities of government and business leaders, the region can lead global decarbonization efforts,” added Claux.
Commenting on the partnership, Manuel Rabaté, Director of Louvre Abu Dhabi, said: “As a thoughtful museum facing the sea and connected to its natural environment, Louvre Abu Dhabi Palace is committed to raising awareness of sustainable development. Our partnership with Engie confirms our commitment to supporting innovative and ground-breaking initiatives. Engie continually demonstrates its engagement and dedication to the region and by working together we believe we can Creating a more sustainable future for Abu Dhabi and the wider community.”
Engie aims to achieve net zero emissions by 2045 and its strategic objectives are closely aligned with the regional government’s net zero emissions targets. The company is an energy partner in the Middle East and works closely with its stakeholders to support its decarbonization efforts. — trade arab news agency