Schneider Electric (SE) in Nigeria has been awarded the Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC) by the Nigerian Content Development And Monitoring Board (NCDMB) in recognition of its commitment to the local content policy .
This certificate qualifies SE to participate in tender submissions relating to Process Automation, Instrumentation and Electrical Distribution equipment in the Oil and Gas Industry; owing to the fact that Schneider Electric owns the assembly facility which it uses for integrating electrical and instrumentation equipment in-country.
Nabil Djouhri, General Manager, Schneider Electric Systems, received the certificate on behalf of the company.
While reeling out the activities and achievements of the company, Djouhri said, the company promotes local content by continually transferring knowledge and expertise to its local partners, electrical engineers, technicians and system integrators through continuous engagements, support systems and trainings.
Speaking further , he said , Schneider Electric is known to invest heavily in R&D on an annual basis and training of STEM girls like the Visiola Foundation; donation of electrical training equipment to tertiary institutions, citing the University of Ibadan as the most recent, where it also engages in the continuous ‘‘training of the trainer programme’’ to ensure the equipment is put to good use.
In line with its drive for human capital development, he said , SE also runs the Schneider Electric Energy University, where it offers over 200 courses in energy management, leading to internationally-recognised certification for free.
It develops micro electricity grids for communities and businesses in remote parts of Nigeria. Djouhri added that the company leverages EcoStruxure technology in creating a pathway for digital transformation of industries in the country.
“EcoStruxure has a strong role to play in assisting organisations to address energy management challenges as it leverages connected products, edge control and analytics in optimizing asset performance to drive profitability,’’ he said. He expressed the appreciation of the company to the board for the certification which, he noted, would further boost its efforts in providing local content in all its projects and services.
SE is known to be a leader in energy management and stands out for delivering products and services on building automation and control, low voltage equipment, grid automation, electrical protection switches and gears, among others
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