ENGIE in Portugal

The Group in Portugal

The ENGIE Group operates in three areas of activity in Portugal:

  • energy efficiency
  • District heating and cooling networks
  • electricity generation

With a strong presence in energy services, ENGIE is also the second largest player in electricity generation in Portugal, with a diversified portfolio of energy sources, which includes approximately 10% of the wind power generated nationally.

The Group is represented in Portugal through four companies:

ENGIE is a reference company in the provision of energy efficiency services and in the operation and maintenance of technical facilities for industrial and tertiary sector customers. Aligned with the Group’s strategy, ENGIE Portugal is a leading company in energy transition, providing its customers solutions that foster energy and environmental sustainability through the generation of thermal energy and electricity from renewable sources, as well as efficient distribution and consumption. ENGIE has the capacity to invest in its customers’ energy facilities, assuming the risk and guaranteeing results.

CLIMAESPAÇO generates and distributes thermal energy through the Parque das Nações District Heating and Cooling Network, the first infrastructure of its kind built in Portugal. The Lisbon District Heating and Cooling Network is the outcome of a broad combination of innovative technologies and is recognized as one of the greatest international references in this field.

ARCLASSE is a reference company in the air-conditioning sector, specialising in the design, installation and maintenance of efficient solutions. With extensive experience in industry and buildings, ARCLASSE installs high-efficiency chillers and heat pumps to respond to the challenges of energy transition.

TRUSTENERGY is involved in electricity generation through operating a diversified portfolio of assets with different energy sources. With a total installed capacity of approximately 3.000 MW, TRUSTENERGY is the second largest player in electricity generation in Portugal, holding approximately 10% of the wind power generated in the country.