Eaton is working for a more adequate production of electrical energy in Morocco

World reference in energy transition, Eaton Morocco co-organized, Tuesday, September 20, a Morning with the group Le Matin on the theme “Electrical Energy: What model to secure the supply of economic actors?” “. This event underlines the multinational’s major commitment to the cause.

Based on a long expertise, Eaton has been able to develop over the years very efficient solutions in terms of energy optimization. Business-oriented, the firm has shown an undeniable inclination to solve environmental challenges.

A leader in its field, it has proven that technological progress and growth are not incompatible with respect for the ecosystem. Better still, these three factors had to go hand in hand to ensure a sustainable world for its inhabitants.

Faced with the dwindling use of fossil fuels and their negative impact on the environment, accelerating the energy transition of economic operators is decisive today. While it invests in it to the highest degree through the variety of tools and services provided; the multinational wishes to deepen the reflection on the best ways to achieve this.

“The vocation of a company like ours is also to provide a vision capable of improving people’s daily lives. It is important to go beyond production cycles or procedures and to position yourself as a generator of ideas,” said Kassem Benhaddou, General Manager Eaton Morocco, North and West Africa Region.

It is in this context that this Morning was initiated. Focused on electrical energy, the meeting made it possible to analyze the Moroccan case, thanks to a confluence of know-how and a constructive exchange between members of the sector. The objective being to guarantee a sufficient, regular, autonomous and competitive source, several authorities were invited to discuss the theme. These include in particular:

-M. Kassem Benhaddou, General Manager Eaton Morocco, North and West Africa Region, at the head of the subsidiary since 2007.

-Ms. Nasma Jrondi, Senior expert in sustainable development at the Mohamed VI Foundation for the protection of the environment and previously Permanent expert at the Commission in charge of environmental affairs and sustainable development at the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE ).

-M. Ali Elharti, President of the National Federation of Electricity, Electronics and Renewable Energies (FENELEC) 2020/2023.

-Mr. Amin Bennouna, energy expert

Partner of this meeting, Eaton reconfirms its leading role in terms of energy management. Its proposals, coupled with those of the other speakers, will thus pave the way for strategies capable of dealing with the most urgent problems.

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