Schneider Electric and GreenYellow Collaborate to Provide Sustainable Microgrid Solutions in Europe
Schneider Electric and GreenYellow, two leading energy companies, have partnered to bring sustainable microgrid solutions to commercial and industrial customers across Europe.
The collaboration will allow for the development of flexible, reliable, and efficient energy systems that use renewable energy sources.
According to Schneider Electric’s Executive Vice President of Energy & Sustainability Services, “Schneider Electric is pleased to collaborate with GreenYellow to bring more renewable energy solutions to businesses across Europe.
With our combined expertise, we can create energy systems that are both sustainable and cost-effective, helping our customers meet their sustainability goals.”
GreenYellow’s CEO, meanwhile, emphasized that “This partnership with Schneider Electric is a key milestone in GreenYellow’s development, enabling us to offer to our clients an even broader range of solutions to meet their energy transition challenges.”
The partnership seeks to leverage Schneider Electric’s expertise in energy management and microgrid solutions, along with GreenYellow’s experience in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
The ultimate goal is to provide customers with access to reliable, cost-effective, and sustainable energy solutions while reducing their carbon footprint.
This partnership comes at a critical time, as energy costs soar across the continent and businesses face potential shortages.
The new solution will empower businesses to take control of their energy costs, improve energy resilience and accelerate their path towards sustainability.
With the world increasingly focused on the need for sustainable energy solutions, this partnership represents a significant step forward in the development of microgrid solutions that offer reliable and affordable alternatives to traditional energy sources.
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