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Master Electricians in new alliance with Schneider Electric and Clipsal

Master Electricians Australia (MEA) has announced a new alliance with Clipsal & Schneider Electric.

MEA chief executive Malcolm Richards said the new agreement signed between MEA and Clipsal & Schneider Electric would provide a number of benefits for the electrical industry.

“Both MEA and Clipsal & Schneider Electric are committed to promoting energy efficiency to the industry and community, making this alliance a strong fit,” Richards said.

“Through the alliance, MEA together with Clipsal & Schneider Electric partners, including Club Clipsal and EcoXpert partners, will receive the benefit of stronger industry support and exclusive member-only deals.

“Clipsal & Schneider Electric partners were also able to attend Master Electricians Australia’s exclusive round of Energy Efficiency industry forums in Cairns.

“The forums are focused around preparing energy efficiency in the home and will greatly boost members’ knowledge of and opportunities within the sector – furthering our commitment to educating contractors on how to identify and implement opportunities to reduce our key impacts to environment.”

Vice President of Clipsal and Schneider Electric Partner Business, David Gardner said together with MEA, the business would continue to focus on making energy safer, and more reliable and efficient.

“The Clipsal & Schneider Electric Partner Business in Australia is dedicated to bringing benefit to our channel partners, as one team we represent two leading brands,” Gardner said.

“As a global specialist in energy management with operations in over 100 countries, we have an active commitment to help individuals and organisations make the most of their energy.”

MEA’s Richards said the alliance also meant that MEA’s strengths as a national membership organisation would be further bolstered.

“The Clipsal & Schneider Electric names continue to grow and with their support, MEA as a national entity can ensure even more industry voices are heard, and greater outcomes are achieved for the sector as a whole.”

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