According to his spokesperson Laurence Haim, he spoke to the US president yesterday following his victory.
Ms Haim said: “He told [Trump] that he’s going to protect what was made in Paris”, adding “he’s going to make sure he’s going to be vigilant to protect the French people”.
She went on to say it was the first time they spoke and the new president-elect was “very happy” about the conversation.
It was among a number of phone calls made to foreign leaders, including UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
Mr Macron previously pledged to exit from coal-based energy production and double the nation’s wind and solar capacity by 2022.