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Schneider Electric signs MoU with Positive Zero to drive decarbonisation in UAE and Oman

by Madaline Dunn

Energy management and automation company Schneider Electric and Positive Zero, a decentralised decarbonisation infrastructure business headquartered in the UAE, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at accelerating the adoption of clean energy technologies.

The agreement will see Schneider Electric and Positive Zero collaborate on various initiatives to advance decarbonisation-as-service programs across the United Arab Emirates and the Sultanate of Oman.

This includes exploring synergies across distributed microgrid projects, clean mobility solutions, energy efficiency, and sustainability.

David Auriau, CEO and Co-founder of Positive Zero, said: “Schneider Electric, one of the leading players worldwide, and Positive Zero are both positioned to address a new energy landscape, which is decentralized, flexible and connected.”

Adding: “This collaboration represents a strategic alignment of our shared vision for decarbonization and sustainability. Positive Zero is dedicated to pioneering innovative solutions that contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable world, and our cooperation will accelerate this movement in the commercial and industrial sectors.”

Amel Chadli, President of Gulf Countries at Schneider Electric, commented: “We are looking forward to the outcomes of this collaboration with Positive Zero. It underscores another important step for Schneider Electric’s journey and commitment towards accelerating the energy transition in the region and empowering organizations and communities to embrace sustainable energy solutions.”

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