Schneider Electric holds Innovation Day in Dhaka | So Good News


Schneider Electric, a global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, recently hosted an Innovation Day event in Dhaka to introduce the concept of Electricity 4.0.

Government officials, customers, channel partners and distributors attended the event, which showcased technologies and solutions that will enable a sustainable net-zero future, according to a press release issued on Sunday.

Electricity 4.0 is an all-electric and all-digital fusion that makes energy clean, green and sustainable.

Electrification makes energy green and Digital makes energy smart, so Electricity 4.0 is a sustainable and sustainable future-oriented solution.

Schneider Electric’s Innovation Day event was to provide a collaborative platform for its customers, as well as showcase the latest technology trends in the industry.

With the aim of taking the fastest route to a zero-carbon future, the Innovation Day event called for tackling climate change while meeting customer needs through digital and sustainable methods.

Anil Chaudhry, India Region President & CEO & MD, Schneider Electric India Pvt Ltd said, “We are keen to accelerate the momentum towards realizing a Sustainable Future by building on our strong presence in Bangladesh. We have grown significantly in Bangladesh over the past 20 years and have expanded into healthcare, agriculture, solar off-grid household electrification, etc.

“Energy efficiency is the basis for the survival and growth of any economy. The equation of the future is simple. Bangladesh will need Digital for efficiency driven by Smart and Green, Electricity for decarbonization and Sustainability and we want to be the first partner of choice in this trajectory of digital transformation,” he added.

Zaheer Ahmad, CEO, Schneider Electric Bangladesh said, “Bangladesh’s power sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the South Asian region and has enormous potential for increased sustainability and efficiency. With a steady increase in per capita electricity consumption, Bangladesh needs 34,000 megawatts of energy to support 7% economic growth by 2030.”

“We must ensure that this giant leap in electricity consumption is green and reliable, and we are here to enable our partners and customers on this journey,” he added.

Bangladesh’s manufacturing sector is growing rapidly, and the country is experiencing strong industrial expansion that is driving energy demand.

A digital and sustainable transformation is needed for a secure future to guide energy demand and make the most of resources, the press release said.

With this in mind, the Government of Bangladesh has given high priority to ensuring access to energy for all and commendable progress has been made in the renewable energy sector in the last few years.


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