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Schneider Electric to partner with Saudi Electricity

Schneider Electric and Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) have a MoU to provide a range of its services

Saudi Electric Company and Schneider Electric has signed an MoU.
Saudi Electric Company and Schneider Electric has signed an MoU.

Schneider Electric has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) for the provision of services in Saudi Arabia.

A company statement claimed Schneider Electric will deliver its range of equipment and solutions designed for SEC activities which includes generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power across the kingdom.

Its services will be provided to different government, industrial, agricultural, commercial, and residential sectors, and leveraging IoT to collect real-time information from the field to the enterprise level for asset management, it added.

Schneider Electric country president Najib Al Naim said: “The agreement not only builds on an already productive relationship between Schneider Electric and SEC, it also offers additional energy management solutions to help reach the sustainability goals by reducing energy usage and improve safety, reliability, connectivity, and efficiency through comprehensive solutions that meet SEC needs and internship training for SEC fresh engineers." 

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