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    Access to Energy Training & Entrepreneurship

Training & Entrepreneurship

Changing lives with training and entrepreneurship support

Skills development and support to entrepreneurship in energy-related fields open access to qualified employment and entrepreneurial activities for people from underprivileged backgrounds, thereby empowering local communities to develop and maintain solutions that provide access to modern, reliable and sustainable energy for all.

  • Women Entrepreneurship Program Brazil: Jeane Araújo shares her story Program supporting entrepreneurship with a gender lens.
  • Vocational training in energy-related fields in India Local skills development to foster professional insertion in the electrical energy sector and support people who wish to become entrepreneurs.


  • Blue Education icon We have trained more than 130,000 people and 5,500 trainers since 2009
  • Blue collaboration icon Centres of excellence in Algeria, Colombia, Kazakhstan, and South Africa
  • Blue handshake icon Global partnership with NGO Don Bosco Mundo
  • Blue partner icon IECD partnership set up in Lebanon, Morocco, Nigeria and Egypt
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Press releases

Addressing the Needs of Micro and Social Entrepreneurs in the Energy Field in Developing Countries

White paper Entrepreneurship

This white paper presents the current challenges and trends concerning entrepreneurship in developing countries and proposes a framework of actions to support entrepreneurship for energy-related careers, based on the case study of Schneider Electric. Read more
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White paper Training

This white paper presents the current challenges of TVET in developing countries and proposes a framework of actions to support skills development for energy-related careers, based on a case study of Schneider Electric and its Access to Energy Program. Read more