Schneider Electric to receive 2,600 megawatt-hours of clean energy per year from SolarSpace® programme

Schneider Electric to receive 2,600 megawatt-hours of clean energy per year from SolarSpace® programme

FRENCH energy management company Schneider Electric and Swedish furniture group Ikea Singapore have moved to tap solar for their electricity needs in Singapore.

The former will use solar energy generated by offsite rooftop solar systems, while the latter has installed two different systems at its outlets.

Under the agreement with solar energy retailer Sun Electric, Schneider Electric’s retrofitted office in Kallang will use 2,600 megawatt-hours of solar energy each year, making up 45 per cent of its energy needs in Singapore.

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