The Schneider Electric programme will connect over 1,300 families to power and lighting to better living conditions in 12 countries.
Global energy automation company, Schneider Electric, has launched Light It Up, a programme designed to bring access to electricity to rural communities in Asia Pacific. The group is distributing over 1,800 units of its Mobiya solar lamps in 12 countries across the region.
The markets included in the effort are Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. The push will connect more than 1,300 families to power and lighting to better living conditions.
The brand believes access to energy is a basic human right. Therefore, Schneider Electric is committed to placing safe, efficient, and sustainable energy within reach of deserving households. The campaign delivers on its Life Is On promise which includes everyone, everywhere.
“With the Light It Up programme, we look forward to sharing our innovation at every level in energy with the rural and remote communities across the Asia Pacific region,” said Damien Dhellemmes, SVP of Global Supply Chain, East Asia, Japan, and Pacific at Schneider Electric.
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