Eaton reveal new strategies at GITEX Africa

American-Irish Multinational power management company Eaton revealed new infrastructure solutions to facilitate cooperation with African Partners.

General Manager for Morocco and West Africa at American-Irish multinational power management firm Eaton – Kassem Benhaddou, underlined the importance of green energy and e-mobility strategies for Morocco and North Africa, during the GITEX Africa conference that took place in Marrakech in early June.

Eaton has continued to build its presence in Morocco over the last 15 years, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to support its African partners. The company assists local governments, in developing and delivering efficient electrical infrastructures whilst promoting green energy solutions.

“We want to support our African partners to benefit from the Moroccan experience,” he told Morocco World News during GITEX Africa.

Eaton’s commitment to sustainability is exemplified through its production of electric vehicle chargers and energy storage systems, which are assembled and manufactured locally in Moroccan plants, providing employment opportunities for the country’s skilled labour force.

At GITEX, Eaton’s most noteworthy innovation was in the realm of smart grids. The company developed a cutting-edge solution that enables buildings to transform into intelligent grids. By seamlessly integrating advanced technologies, Eaton enables buildings to optimize their energy usage, enhance operational efficiency, and contribute to a greener future.

Eaton is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of power management in Africa, aiming to empower nations to embrace innovative solutions.

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