Global energy management and automation specialist Schneider Electric said on Friday that the spiking fuel prices in India coupled with the rising focus on green energy offered it business opportunities.
Given the unabated spurt in fuel prices, the creation of an ecosystem for economising on energy consumption and deriving optimum energy output through smart management of resources has become imperative, Schneider Electric India managing director Anil Chaudhry told Business Standard in Lucknow.
He stressed the growing need for developing such energy solutions that are both efficient and sustainable in the long run. “We remain focused on delivering sustainable energy solutions and have been ramping up our renewable energy portfolio in recent years,” he added. Read more
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