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    Schneider Sustainability Impact #20

    Maria, we promise to offer energy training for 1 million underprivileged by 2025

    Follow young people creating a brighter tomorrow with our energy training — with four out of 400K students taking their training by 2020 — in the Tomorrow Rising web series.

    Watch their stories
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Up to 20,000 decentralized renewable energy companies will be needed by 2030

A report launched by Power for All with the support of the Schneider Electric Foundation presents the results of the first annual jobs census for the decentralized renewable energy (DRE) generation sector. Download the report on powering jobs

Schneider Electric Foundation in numbers

  • 130 Delegates +130 Partners

    of the Foundation in 75 countries
  • +100 Projects

    in more than 80 countries
  • 9,622 days

    of volunteering.
    Find an opportunity today!

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  • Malian vulnerable refugees receive distributions of clothing and toiletries to celebrate World Refugee Day in Niamey, Niger.

    Education: Building Back Palu

    We believe that education is the core of a nation’s progress. We are helping the people of Palu get their education back after many of local schools were destroyed. Through this project we restore and equip the laboratories in electrical vocational schools.

  • Malian vulnerable refugees receive distributions of clothing and toiletries to celebrate World Refugee Day in Niamey, Niger.

    Tackling Fuel Poverty: No home without energy

    Based on European Commission data, 11% of European households are living in fuel poverty and spend a considerable proportion of their incomes on energy. That's why the Foundation supports the “No home without energy” project by ECODES in Spain.