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Boss of global energy firm reveals partnership with Gloucestershire college

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Written by: Andrew Merrell | Posted 11 January 2018 7:43

Boss of global energy firm reveals partnership with Gloucestershire college

A key meeting of minds is due to take place this morning when one of the senior figures from multi-million pound turnover business Schneider Electric and Ecotricity visit SGS College’s new Berkeley Green campus.

Mike Hughes, the president of the UK and Ireland operations of the global energy management company Schneider Electric, will be on-site to discuss a new on-site training centre and the further development of Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park.

The visit is the latest in a long-standing relationship between Schneider Electric – which for its last reported quarter turned over £5,904 million - and SGS College.

Also visiting the campus will be renewable energy leaders Ecotricity, which is also working with SGS College and Schneider Electric on a number of forthcoming projects.

 
Pictured above: Rob Norris Fujitsu vice president, and head of enterprise and cyber security, meeting students Ben McPhail and Joe Williams, at the official launch of SGS Berkeley GREEN University Technology College Innovation Hub.

It is one of the latest partnerships with business to be revealed by college at the fast-developing multi-million pound college.

Fujitsu Ltd, a certain Japanese multinational information technology equipment and services company, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, being one of the other major names working with SGS College.

Pictured top: Kevin Hamblin, group chief executive and executive principal at SGS College.

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