Air and vacuum technologies ‘are key to phasing out SF6 from the world’s electrical infrastructure’

That’s the suggestion from Schneider Electric’s Executive Vice President Power Systems, Frederic Godemel, and David Hall, Vice President Power Systems, UK & Ireland

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Air and vacuum technologies are key to phasing out SF6 from the world’s electrical infrastructure.

That’s the suggestion from Schneider Electric’s Executive Vice President Power Systems, Frederic Godemel, and David Hall, Vice President Power Systems, UK & Ireland, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow about the company’s drive to phase out the use of sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) in its energy infrastructure products.

Watch the full interview on future Net Zero right here…

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