With sustainability at the core of its business, Schneider Electric recently hosted a summit to spark cross-sector dialogues for taking decisive climate action. India has set an ambitious goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2070 and the collaboration between the public and the private sector is set to play a pivotal role in this journey.
Schneider Electric’s flagship Green Yodha sustainability drive aims to spark the required action needed for a sustainable future. In this backdrop, Deepak Sharma, Zone President – Greater India, MD and CEO, Schneider Electric India shares his insights on building a greener economy. Below are unedited excerpts.
- Schneider Electric has a significant presence in the Indian market. Could you elaborate on your strategic business priorities?
Schneider Electric has been present in India for ~60 years. Through our energy management and NextGen automation solutions, we are accelerating the digitization and decarbonization journeys of our customers across sectors like infrastructure, power & grid, water, buildings, data centers, industries, homes and many more. We’ve strategically aligned with the key government initiatives such as Make-in-India, Digital India, Skill India, and Start-up India to bolster the nation’s economic and social growth.
Moving ahead, we’re intensifying collaborations with India Inc. to further drive economic development and sustainability for all during the Amrit Kaal.
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