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Schneider Electric to release EcoXpert program in Saudi Arabia
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 25 - 08 - 2015

Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management, is set to launch its EcoXpert program in Saudi Arabia aiming to develop a network of certified experts to deliver a professional analysis of a building's energy challenges, and offer tested, validated, and documented energy management solutions that meet the needs and investment capabilities of end-users.
Offering specialized training and competencies in EcoBuilding solutions, the EcoXpert program will certify select partners who make the cut with a specific EcoXpert specialty/badge.
Schneider Electric's partners will be granted one or multiple EcoXpert badges based on their field of specialty such as EcoXpert Critical Power, EcoXpert Connected Power, EcoXpert Light & Room, Control, EcoXpert DataCom, and EcoXpert Building Management Solutions (BMS).
As part of their mandate, certified experts will promote and deliver innovative systems and solutions supported by Schneider Electric.
Ahead of the launch, Sabry Almazraawy, vice president, EcoBuilding at Schneider Electric in Saudi Arabia, said: “Schneider Electric's strategy in Saudi Arabia focuses on developing partnerships and expertise locally in line with our sustainable development goals for the country.
This is even more significant now that the country is in the midst of implementing mega expansion plans across various sectors.
Schneider Electric firmly believes that stepping-up the development of human capital will help advance our sustainability agenda, and eventually translate into benefits for the end user in terms of reduced utility bills and energy emissions.”
He added: “At Schneider Electric, we have a strong program for audit, evaluation and support that are held periodically to align the level of our EcoExperts to our standards.
Schneider Electric is expanding both its knowledge base and offering to accommodate the enormous need for energy management across both the supply and demand sides of the power market.
Our EcoXpert program is helping to meet the human talent side of this equation by equipping our partners and system integrators with the competency, skill sets and solutions they need to take advantage of this market opportunity.”
As a global specialist in energy management and automation with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in non-residential and residential buildings, industries and machines manufacturers, utilities and infrastructure and data centers and networks.
Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the group's 170,000 employees achieved revenues of 25 billion euros in 2014, through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations make the most of their energy.
With more than 30 years of active presence in Saudi Arabia, an established sales and marketing network, manufacturing facilities, strong local partnerships and outstanding references, Schneider Electric continues to serve the Saudi economy with comprehensive solutions for all its power and control needs.— SG


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