Through its daily actions and activities, Enovos promotes diversity and inclusion.
For Enovos, supporting the local economy is just as important as producing local energy. So, in 2021, let's commit together to our country. And for our planet.
The Enovos family welcomes 2 new members by becoming godparents to monkeys. Support the Parc Merveilleux!
Discover the story of Alice Zogo, a young Cameroonian who spent her childhood in a country where access to electricity is not self-evident and who is now the ambassador of our joint project with the NGO PADEM to electrify schools in Senegal.
Everyone has the right to energy to write their stories. That's why Enovos has made it its mission to contribute to the inclusion of all, especially children with disabilities, by donating an adapted swing to the Parc Merveilleux.
Not everyone has access to electricity. This is why Enovos has decided to commit itself to ensuring that children in Africa too can benefit from this privilege throughout their schooling.
Enovos and the Parc Merveilleux are becoming partners.
On World Down Syndrome Day on 21 March, we celebrated the difference that makes us all unique and special by putting on our best mismatched socks in the "Lots of socks" action.
On 21 March we celebrate World Down Syndrome Day. This is an opportunity to create a single voice for the rights, inclusion and well-being of people with this disability.