Schneider Electric begins pan-India ‘Green Yodha Yatra’ for water sustainability

Schneider Electric begins pan-India ‘Green Yodha Yatra’ for water sustainability

The global leader in the digital automation and energy management, Schneider Electric has initiated its India-wide campaign-Green Yodha Yatra from Bengaluru.

In association with the Ministry of Jal Shakti’s vision of efficient and sustainable water management, the excursion aims to create awareness regarding the need of ensuring sustainability in the water segment.

Besides, the initiative forms a forum of discussion on the necessity to adopt digital technologies to eliminate carbon emissions.

Launching the initiative in Bengaluru, Additional Chief Secretary of Urban Development and Water Resources & Irrigation, Government of Karnataka, IAS Shri. Rakesh Singh stated that water management plays a crucial role in a state like Karnataka or a city like Bengaluru as compared to any other part of the country as it falls as the second most scorched area after Rajasthan and an area that faces severe rainfall.

Emphasizing the need for effective water management, Rakesh added that there are still parts of Karnataka where citizens have to walk miles to get water.

 According to credible sources, the Green Yodha Yatra by Schneider Electric along with APAC aims to spread awareness among water and wastewater organizations of Bengaluru, providing hands-on experience with the EcoStruxure Automation Expert, an IoT- enabled software and technology, the world’s first universal automation platform.

Highlighting the importance of sustainable water management, Vice President, Industrial Automation at Schneider Electric India, Senthil Kumar V. quoted that the company’s primary objective is sustainability and that culture & business fall along the path of creating a sustainable and inclusive world.

It was mentioned that the initiative raises awareness and encourages sustainable alternatives across industries, making digitization a powerful tool to transform segments.

Senthil expressed the company’s support in the Ministry of Jal Shakti to achieve sustainability in water management via the EcoStruxure Automation Expert platform by mending the gap between digitization and varied water processes to make WWW facilities efficient and sustainable.

Speculations have it that the comprehensive curriculum will provide one-to-one experience in software and technologies to the industry leaders.

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