NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 6 – Energy and automation digital solutions provider Schneider Electric says it aims to have 80 million people with electricity by 2030.
The company, which has provided energy solutions to more than 25 million people in the last 10 years, says it also hopes to train one million people and 10,000 entrepreneurs by 2025.
The company’s Vice President for Access to Energy for Middle East and Africa Olivier Jacquet says the company has invested in 20 companies and trained more than 250,000 people since 2019.
“At Schneider Electric, our role is to make sure that ‘Life is On’ for everyone, everywhere, at every moment. As such, sustainability is at the heart of our company strategy,” said Edouard Heripret, General Manager, East Africa at Schneider Electric.
They made the company’s projections during the launch of the latest version of its EcoStruxure software in the East Africa region.
According to Jacquet, the system offers customers an affordable, flexible and open architecture, and platform and improves profitability and efficiency of off-grid installations with data-driven analysis.
“The unveiled EcoStruxure for Energy Access is the latest addition to the offerings from Schneider Electric’s Access to Energy program. It will scale-up sustainable off-grid electrification thanks to its simple, flexible and open architecture and easy to access analytics and reporting,” said Jacquet.