CSR and biodiversity

In terms of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Storengy has set itself strong ambitions in the three areas of Sustainable Development.

Storengy France is firmly in line with the ENGIE Group's CSR policy and raison d'être, which is to act to accelerate the transition to a carbon-neutral economy through more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly solutions. It places its ambitions around 3 axes (People, Planet and Prosperity) inspired by those of Sustainable Development.

This policy is at the heart of the company's strategy. Also, fully committed to the energy and ecological transition, Storengy has set itself strong ambitions in terms of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the social and societal, environmental, and economic fields.

For several years now, our school has been building a relationship of trust with Storengy, which has led to a partnership for a joint project to rehabilitate the industrial site of Soings-en-Sologne. As the project progresses, our engineering and landscape design students will accompany the project in interaction with all the stakeholders. Moreover, this rehabilitation is a strong act of citizenship in favour of the territory and the ecological and energy transition: an essential value for INSA.

Cécile PREVOST, Head of partnerships and communication at INSA Centre-Val de Loire

Developing shared prosperity

Prospérité partagée RSE

As a committed local player, Storengy strives to build a strong dialogue with each of its stakeholders and to share its value creation in a fair and balanced manner. The actions undertaken locally are intended to generate positive externalities for the development of the territories and communities by the principles set out by the Group for a just transition.

Consultation with stakeholders

Storengy is committed to a proactive and ongoing consultation process with all stakeholders to facilitate the licensing of projects on sites and territories. This measure also aims to strengthen the territorial anchoring of storage sites, such as the hackathon organized in partnership with engineering students from the INSA Centre-Val-de-Loire school, the final challenge being the rehabilitation of the Soings-en-Sologne site.

Creating shared value with the region

Every year, a socio-economic impact study is carried out to quantify and qualify the positive impact of our shared value with the region. Storengy acts in this way through collaboration with ESATs, a local partnership and sponsorship policy, and reflection on the application of the circular economy model to its activities.

The policy of developing local purchases

Since 2019, Storengy has been contributing to the economic development of the territories through the deployment of its Local Purchasing Policy. It defines local purchases around our sites, within a departmental perimeter.

This policy aims to encourage the use of local services in the conduct of activities. It is based on close cooperation with the Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CCI), which supports Storengy throughout this process. 1,747 local businesses have been identified despite a health context that is not very favorable to economic development. This represents 14.8 million euros spent individually by Storengy France sites in their areas.

And also

In February 2020, to monitor its CSR performance as closely as possible, the ENGIE Group defined 19 new CSR objectives for 2030 in line with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. Storengy's commitments are fully inspired by them. Thus, through its CSR policy, Storengy makes a direct and indirect contribution to 14 of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.