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On-site Utilities

On-site Utilities

Globally, the industrial sector consumes more primary energy than any other sector, accounting for more than half of global energy consumption. According to the International Energy Agency, in the GCC alone, industries consume 31% of total final energy consumption and 20% of electricity. Estimates are that currently available technologies and best energy management practices can significantly reduce industrial energy consumption by up to 40%, thereby significantly reducing CO2 footprint.

As countries consider energy transition models to create this resilience, ENGIE Solutions is leading the way toward enabling industries to achieve decarbonization with integrated onsite utilities solutions.

How can this be done – Large manufacturing plants or campuses can deploy their own onsite efficient energy production and utility complex with ENGIE Solutions’ On-site Utilities. This is an integrated energy production solution to implement decarbonization projects where we manage the design, build, finance, operation and maintenance to allow clients to meet their net zero goals.

Payments are service-based over the life of the contract, with no Capex or debt, with results and performance guarantees. This allows us to deliver tangible results and ensure optimal performance for your specific energy requirements. 

On-site utilities offers various solutions:

  • Waste Heat Recovery: Reuse heat energy generated during industrial processes that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere
  • On-site Solar: Installation and utilization of solar energy systems directly at the location where the energy is consumed
  • Cogeneration: Simultaneous heat and power generation  in a single plant
  • Trigeneration:  A combined energy generation system that simultaneously produces three forms of energy: electricity, heating, and cooling. Also known as combined cooling, heat, and power (CCHP) Cooling as a Service: Access to clean and energy-efficient cooling solution without any upfront investments

Transition your factories to net zero

4000 MW

Cumulated Capacity

4.4 TWh

Heating & Cooling Delivered

160 +

On-site Cogeneration Plants

1.7 TWh

Power Delivered

Why choose our Onsite Utilities solution?

On-site Utilities

No CapEx for Customer

On-site Utilities

Guaranteed Energy Savings

On-site Utilities

Decarbonized Energy

On-site Utilities

Asset Transfer to Customer

Case Studies

How did Holcim LEC reduce their CO2 emissions with our Waste Heat Recovery solution?

Our client, Holcim LEC, a global leader in cement manufacturing had massive plant emissions from their cement factory site in the United Arab Emirates. Traditionally, the cement industry involves heating raw materials to 1,500 degrees Celsius – the temperature of molten lava – to make cement. As part of their commitment to building a net zero future for the planet, our client wanted to reduce their emissions at one of their cement factories in UAE.

With ENGIE’s On-site Utilities solution, Holcim Cement reduced their CO2 emissions by 28% by implementing Waste Heat Recovery using the Organic Rankine Cycle technology, thereby enabling cost savings, greater efficiency and closer alignment with their commitment to sustainability goals.

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How did Heineken become the first Net Zero Carbon brewery in Spain?

ENGIE’s client, Heineken,  one of the leading Dutch brewing companies wanted to help accelerate their net zero emissions by decarbonizing their factory in Seville, Andalusia by developing a first of its kind integrated energy solution in the Spanish agri-food sector.

ENGIE built and commissioned a 100% renewable concentrated solar power thermal plant that will supply renewable energy for the next 20 years. ENGIE’S BOOT model (Build, Own, Operate, Transfer) will enable Heineken to reduce its fossil gas consumption by 60% and carbon footprint by 7,000 tonnes CO2 emissions per year. This energy efficient solution has put Heineken five years ahead of its initial carbon neutrality commitment (2030).

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How did 3 large chemical companies – Dow, Arkema and Chemours reduce their energy expenses and environmental impact of their production?

Dow, Arkema and Chemours – three leading chemical companies wanted to reduce their energy bills and the environmental impact of their production at their chemical park site in France. The chemical park covers 37 hectares well adapted to a high level of activity, and wanted to modernize and develop the chemical park that was environmentally friendly that would help them reduce their energy consumption.

ENGIE developed an integrated solution to modernize the key utilities on the site, particularly the steam utilities. The extension and renovation of the steam network allowed steam to be recovered from the neighbouring waste treatment facility, significantly limiting network losses and reducing greenhouse emissions up to 16,000 tonnes of CO2 annually.

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Are you ready to lead energy transition through reduced energy consumption and more energy-efficient solutions?