Air Quality

sky-3395811_640The subject of air quality has risen significantly in political, corporate and social agendas in recent years. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has stated that there are 47 towns and cities across the country that are either at the limit of recommended safe levels, or exceed them.  Poor air quality is an issue that affects the whole of the UK and continues to impact on our health and wellbeing, causing both short-term and long-term effects.

As an organisation that is in a position to help tackle air quality, we are fully committed to playing our part in the process. Our ethos and objectives focus on improving air quality, carbon reduction and operating efficiencies – all of which will improve the quality of lives for individuals, communities and our customers in a way that is harmonious with the environment.

Read more about our actions to address air quality

ENGIE has reaffirmed its commitment by becoming a partner of Clean Air Day 2018. As part of this, we can help inspire change that will make a positive and long-lasting difference for everyone in the UK. This commitment coincides with the launch of an ENGIE Air Quality App developed in partnership with King’s College London which will help both employees and customers to walk and cycle using the lowest pollution routes across London. As part of this partnership, ENGIE commissioned a research paper into the difference between internal and external air quality; Quality of Air for All

In addition to this, the work we are developing on raising awareness of air quality and promoting green mobility will help to improve health and wellbeing in the urban environment.

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