Access to Energy is a basic human right
At Schneider Electric, we want everyone on our planet to have access to reliable, safe, efficient, and sustainable energy. Today nearly 1.1 billion people — almost 1 of every 5 persons on the planet — lack access to modern energy.
By developing inclusive business models, Schneider Electric contributes to poverty alleviation and environmental protection in an innovative and economically sustainable way.
2016 Strategy & Sustainability Highlights A new school of energy access
Discover in our Strategy & Sustainability Highlights how connected, solar solutions are transforming Nigerian schools — and lives — throughout remote communities.Read the report
Changing the world with innovation at every level
We’re proud to be among the top 25 companies in Fortune Magazine’s Change the World ranking.Read more
Access to Energy: Our Ambition for Tomorrow At Schneider Electric, we consider access to energy as a basic human right. And, as proof of our commitment, we are running programs around the globe to help get electricity to the people who need it.
Access to Energy Training & Entrepreneurship : Local skills development in South Africa Schneider Electric & the French Ministry of Education partner to support vocational training in energy fields - French South African Schneider Electric Education Centre (F'SASEC).
Solar Microgrids to Provide Access to Energy Schneider Electric develops innovative solar microgrids to provide access to energy in off-grid area all over the world. Discover this safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable solution.
Energy for remote schools in Kenya Schneider Electric brings Access to Energy for 45,000 primary school pupils all across Kenya.
Schneider Electric signs agreement with the Salesian Congregation to train underprivileged young people in the field of energy
The Schneider Electric Foundation will invest €2 million in technical centers managed by the Salesian Don Bosco Foundation. The first funded projects are in India, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mozambique, Haiti and Southern Italy.
Schneider Electric presents Homaya, a Solar Home Systems for off-grid households
At COP22 Marrakech, Schneider Electric unveiled Homaya Solar Home Systems, portable electrification solutions designed to improve lives in off-grid households in Africa and Asia.
Changing lives, the Microsol’s challenge, an energy solution that will be installed in West Africa
In the run-up to COP22, the UEMOA Commission, ABREC and Schneider Electric demonstrates simple, practical solutions to solve the energy paradox, of which 100,000 people should benefit.