Nicolas Jachiet, Chairman and CEO of Egis, and Jean-Bernard Lévy, Chairman and CEO of EDF, have signed a commercial partnership agreement, confirming the wish of both groups to jointly develop their energy activities around the world.
The signature took place on 9 October at the Grande Halle de la Villette (Paris) during the Electric Days, a three-day exhibition and forum dedicated to the discovery of the energy solutions of the future developed by all the business lines of the EDF group.
Through this agreement, EDF and Egis made a commitment to cooperate for two years to take advantage of international opportunities in thermal engineering, energy transmission, heating networks, hydroelectricity and smart cities, in ten countries around the world.
This partnership with EDF is a genuine opportunity for Egis to enhance its solution offering and break into markets on which it wishes to focus its efforts internationally. The renown and reputation of EDF and of its know-how and references will be key assets on projects for which we will be bidding. EDF, meanwhile, will be able to benefit from all of Egis’s experience in engineering and draw on its highly-developed international commercial network.
With the energy transition placed at the heart of its business activities, Egis offers a portfolio of innovative solutions in the fields of building energy efficiency, city energy (urban heating and cooling networks, smart cities), energy self-sufficiency in regions and energy mix projects.
From left to right: Cyrille Clément (Key Account Manager and Operational Director, Egis), Nicolas Jachiet (Chairman and CEO of Egis), Laurent Ferrari (Strategy and Marketing Director of the International Division, EDF), Rémi Cunin (Deputy CEO of Egis), Jean-Bernard Lévy (Chairman and CEO of EDF), Marianne Laigneau (Senior Executive Vice President, in charge of the International Division, EDF), Jack Venuat (Director of Ingéum, EDF).