Energy management and automation company Schneider Electric and Positive Zero, a decentralised decarbonisation infrastructure business based in the UAE, have formalised their partnership by signing a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at expediting the adoption of clean energy technologies.

The MOU outlines a collaborative effort between Schneider Electric and Positive Zero to drive the implementation of decarbonisation-as-a-service programmes throughout the United Arab Emirates and the Sultanate of Oman. This partnership will entail a joint exploration of opportunities in distributed microgrid projects, clean mobility solutions, energy efficiency, and sustainability initiatives.

David Auriau, CEO and co-founder of Positive Zero, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, highlighting Schneider Electric’s global prominence and Positive Zero’s commitment to addressing the evolving energy landscape. He emphasised the strategic alignment of their shared vision for decarbonisation and sustainability, affirming Positive Zero’s dedication to pioneering innovative solutions for a cleaner and more sustainable world.

Amel Chadli, president of Gulf Countries at Schneider Electric, echoed Auriau’s sentiments, expressing anticipation for the collaboration’s outcomes. Chadli emphasised the significance of this partnership in Schneider Electric’s journey towards accelerating the energy transition in the region. She stressed the company’s commitment to empowering organisations and communities to embrace sustainable energy solutions, underscoring the importance of collaborations like this in achieving their objectives.

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25th March 2024