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Xantrex donates to non-profit group

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Xantrex Technology USA Inc., a subsidiary of Schneider Electric, continues its corporate heritage of supporting worthy projects and missions that improve life through clean electrical power.

Most recently, Xantrex partnered with HEsentme, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing nations.

"It is a source of immense pride for us to know that our products are indeed making a difference in the lives of an entire community that can really benefit from our technology," said David Norman, director of marketing and strategy at Xantrex Technology USA, in a statement.

"We are committed to developing efficient energy and environmentally conscious products and are pleased to learn about the life-changing results experienced by those less fortunate than us," he added. "We will continue to support these efforts as much as and whenever possible."

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