The Horizon Energy Group contributes to a changing world by connecting infrastructure, buildings and industrial sites to information and energy systems to improve life every day.
With strong regional roots and an agile organisational structure, the Horizon Energy Group’s business units boost the reliability, safety, and efficiency of energy, and communication infrastructure, factories, buildings, and information systems.
Attracting New Talents
Horizon Energy Group implements a concerted social policy aimed at recruiting and retaining talented individuals within the Group, which had a total of 994 employees in 2019.
Building skills, fostering engagement
Providing training, and taking initiatives to encourage diversity are all part of our commitments to staff. We give assistance in a variety of ways including non-profit sponsorships. These are all features supporting the Group’s attractiveness and the development of its human resources.
Sponsoring sports, arts, culture and enviroment
Horizon Energy Group’s sponsorships span the realms of sports, art projects, environmental and cultural projects. We try to ensure that our sponsorships best fit with what our local regions need and what we can co-support the best. Our staff are encouraged and supported to get out and ‘work for good’ in any capacity they can – with our support.
Because regional support is increasingly a determining factor of a successful project, our implementation relies on systematic consultation and dialogue under a co-constructive approach with regional stakeholders.
Reducing pollution and limiting our greenhouse gas emissions
Horizon Energy Group takes into account the environment at each step in the projects it carries out, with a broad perspective that intends to reduce the footprint across the life cycle of structures.
Developing more efficient environmental solutions
We pursue a sustainable development policy that is both exacting and pragmatic. We focus on our fleet performance and the introduction
of EV’s into our fleet, to work with the V2H (vehicle to home system) utilising EV batteries to supplement home power systems. We have a solid waste management plan for our offices and sites and we are also involved with a community project to recycle dangerous refrigerant gases
Marshalling teams across the board
Horizon Energy Group places strong emphasis on preventing the potential health and safety risks from employees that are caused by its businesses. The zero accident goal is a target for the teams in every workplace, for Group or subcontractors’ employees and temporary staff.
Nurturing a shared culture
A growing number of companies are finding ways to improve workplace quality of life and defining relevant action plans. Horizon Energy Group also focuses on the safety of customers and end users.