Bouygues Energies & Services Group



Bouygues Energies & Services is an expert in energy performance and services. Every day, Bouygues Energies & Services designs, installs, maintains and operates technical systems and bespoke services that enable its clients to manage their energy consumption while at the same time ensuring high living and working standards for their users.

Bouygues Energies & Services can be found everywhere that digital planning and development and urban, working and living environments are undergoing significant change. It allows its clients and their users to lead simpler, more comfortable, economical and responsible lives. To do this, it draws on its expertise in the field of energy performance and delivers services with high added-value through its three key business lines:

Bouygues Energies & Services is committed to delivering sustainable results in order to provide: 

Bouygues Energies & Services is a world leader with a local presence and long-term operations in around ten countries. It is also a leading European company in the field of long-term contracts, working with over 100 clients through Public-Private Partnerships, outsourcing or Délégations de Service Public (concession-type contracts), in areas such as street lighting, digital infrastructure or facilities management.

Key figures

€ 1,6
billion turnover
€ 2,2
billion contract won
international activity
12 000
100% -owned subsidiary of Bouygues Construction


Bouygues Energies & Services delivers thousands of projects every year in France, its primary domestic market. To ensure that it remains close to its clients, it has set up offices in more than 80 French departments, through nearly 200 different organisations.
Internationally, Bouygues Energies & Services mainly operates in Europe and Africa through long-standing subsidiaries that are well-established in their respective areas (including the United Kingdom, Hungary, Switzerland, Gabon and Congo). It also works in other countries on big multi-technology projects with high added-value (for example, in Mozambique, Ethiopia and Finland) and in operating and maintaining large-scale infrastructure (for example, in Canada and Kuwait).