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ENGIE (known as GDF SUEZ until April 2015) is the largest independent power producer in the world. In 2013 it operated 600 power plants worldwide. It had 113.7 GW of installed power production capacity and 10 GW more under construction. Natural gas is the source of 59% of its energy production, 15% comes from renewables, 14% from coal and 5% from nuclear. Around 43% of its generating capacity is installed in Europe, with another 39% in Asia, 11% in North America, 11% in South America and 1% in Africa.
22, rue Docteur Lancereaux
Gérard Mestrallet |
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GDF SUEZ
In 2011, the French Government held 36% of the shares and 50.5% was publicly held. Groupe Bruxelles Lambert held 5.2% and employees held 2.9% of the shares.