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              Foundation’s aim

               
               

              Solutions to tackle the energy gap all around the world

              Gilles Vermot Desroches

              “The Schneider Electric Foundation’s aim is to contribute to the development of people and societies through education, awareness-raising and vocational training related to energy. It acts anywhere in the world where the company is present, through its three programmes”

              Gilles Vermot Desroches, Sustainability Senior VP of Schneider Electric and General Delegate of Schneider Electric Foundation



              Access to energy

              Since 2009, the Foundation has been supporting the BipBop (Business, Innovation and People at the Base of the Pyramid) programme to improve access to energy in new economies through the development of vocational training in energy management trades for the most underprivileged.
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              Tackling fuel poverty

              In 2013, it stepped up its commitment to tackle fuel poverty in mature economies by implementing information and awareness campaigns targeting households facing this type of poverty.
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              Raising awareness of sustainable development

              Energy and climate change are crucial challenges for our planet. It is possible to achieve more with fewer resources, starting now! By supporting innovative projects, the Schneider Electric Foundation is committed to helping find solutions. It contributes to iconic international programmes by providing energy management expertise through donations of equipment and/or skills.
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