ENGIE Corporate Foundation
Grants for community projects to improve energy access and combat climate change.
Principal Office: France
With a presence in nearly 70 countries, the ENGIE Group is among the world’s leading companies in supplying electricity, natural gas, and energy services.
The ENGIE Corporate Foundation focuses on two main areas of charitable activity: social inclusion and access to energy and biodiversity.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Access to Energy and Biodiversity. The ENGIE grant program supports projects which focus on access to energy for all and biodiversity.
The grant programs operate in every country where ENGIE is represented.
APPLICATION: The Foundation accepts applications in English, French, and Dutch. Applications can be submitted online at any time.
Applicants provide summary information about their organization and its partners; objectives and context of the proposed project; details of the funding request; and how the project will be evaluated.
Link to the Application Form
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
ENGIE is represented in the following developing countries.
Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands: Indonesia, Thailand
East Asia: China, Mongolia
South Asia: India, Pakistan
Eurasia and Central Asia: Turkey
Middle East and North Africa: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates
Sub-Saharan Africa: South Africa
Latin America and Caribbean: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru
Energy Assistance is an employees’ association in Belgium, France, and Italy that offers technical assistance for communities needing electricity, including off the grid. Examples are electricity projects for water supply, village lighting, agriculture, schools and hospitals, and related local needs.
Codegaz is an employees’ association that offers technical assistance for projects in agriculture and nutrition; water and sanitation; renewable energy; construction of buildings; and disadvantaged children.