Didier Holleaux

Executive Vice President, ENGIE

President, Eurogas

After graduating as an Engineer (Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale des Mines de Paris), Didier HOLLEAUX started to work as an Engineer in the car-manufacturing and in the oil industry. He then made a career in the French Civil Service which led him to the position of head of the departmental staff (“Directeur de Cabinet”) of the Energy Minister (1992-1993). Didier HOLLEAUX joined Gaz de France (merged in GDF SUEZ in 2008 and renamed as ENGIE in 2015), in 1993. Since then, he held different managing positions in the transmission, distribution, and LNG businesses of the company. He also founded and managed the North Sea Exploration and Production (1997-2000) and managed the worldwide Exploration and Production of the group (2007-2015). Since 1st of July 2015, he is Executive Vice President of ENGIE. He is currently in charge of special projects particularly in the field of renewable gases and external representation. Didier HOLLEAUX has been elected President of Eurogas in June 2021.

Sessions With Didier Holleaux

Thursday, 10 March

  • 11:20am - 12:10pm (CST) / 10/mar/2022 05:20 pm - 10/mar/2022 06:10 pm

    Large-scale Renewables: What are the emerging issues?

    Panel Power & Renewables
    The expected future deployment of clean energy capacity on a massive scale will create an unprecedented call on land use. Competition with other activities and interests can ensue and impact societies, businesses, and the environment. As the renewable energy industry grows, will social and environmental opposition challenge the permitting of infrastructure for clean energy supply? What solutions are proving effective to overcome these problems that cut across the energy space, socioeconomics, and the environment?