Schneider Electric on Thursday said it was committed to enabling green recovery at the launch of its partnership of the future.
Executive Vice-President, Power Products, Rohan Kelkar, disclosed this in a statement.
He said the organisation was supporting the mega trends of mass digitisation, greater electrification, along with the increasing role of natively connected digital products and software.
Kelkar said it was in a bid to ensure sustainability and energy efficiency at the required size to solve the problem.
The Green recovery is a widely adopted name for a proposed package of environmental, regulatory and fiscal reforms to recover prosperity after the COVID-19 pandemic.
He said in its quest to strengthen global efforts of designing a more resilient, sustainable electric world, Schneider Electric, has become a leading firm in digital transformation, energy management and automation.
According to him, it has also showcased innovations and partner programmes during its “Partnerships of the Future fueling sustainability and efficiency”.
“To address the global urgency of climate change and the 21st century’s most significant challenges of the accelerating energy transition and growing demand for energy, Schneider electric is launching Partnerships of the Future.
“It is committed to enabling a green recovery whilst supporting the mega trends of mass digitisation, greater electrification, along with the increasing role of natively connected digital products and software, in a bid to ensure sustainability and energy efficiency at scale.
“Schneider Electric calls this vision an ‘All-Electric, All Digital New Electric World’, powered by abundant clean energy, or Electricity 4.0,” he said in the statement.
According to him, as the electric and digital solutions are becoming more complex, Schneider Electric aims to empower its robust network of partners with high-paced facilities.
Kelkar said it is built to demand supportive and simplified products complete with native connectivity, making sustainable and electrical safety goals achievable.
In his view, the convergence of Integration of Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT), together with the increasingly digital and electric world, allows the company to offer smart interoperable solutions, systems, and products.
He said that has not led to more cost to build and commission while bringing substantial cost efficiencies and operational synergies to the marketplace digital technologies as catalyst for business growth.
Kelkar said the inherent complexities that digital transformation projects would bring with them might cause decision paralysis and implementation delays.
He stated that this was why our goal was to face up to the digital challenge and enable the market through ‘Partnerships of the Future’ by equipping our partners with strategies, solutions, and services for increased sustainability and efficiency.