In the 90’s, Gaz de France – established strong relationships and cooperation with the Chinese gas industries. Suez – the world leading company for environmental services has been active in China for over 40 years. In 2008, Gaz de France and Suez merged to form a world energy giant: GDF Suez. In April 2015, GDF Suez was renamed and became ENGIE.
As a global energy player, ENGIE also has high ambition in China. For this reason, the Group has created a dedicated Business Unit in charge of its activities in China: ENGIE China.
Today, ENGIE in China is present in the cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, and in Sichuan province, having developed various joint ventures in the domain of district cooling & heating networks, energy efficiency services, energy cogeneration and engineering services.
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