Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management, offering integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, industrial processes, building automation, and data centers/networks, as well as a broad presence in residential applications. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive, and green, the company's 110,000 plus employees achieved sales of more than $26 billion in 2010 and have an active commitment to help individuals and organizations "Make the most of their energy." Schneider Electric also has a long history of understanding customer needs and bringing market innovation to meet these needs, in part, by developing programs that help promotes collaboration between academia, government, and the business community in providing needed energy management education, including a free, on-line, vendor-neutral education tool called the Energy University.
PORTFOLIO-WIDE LEADERSHIP COMMITMENTS
76% GHG reduction by 2030
20% reduction in Energy Intensity
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC IS PARTICIPATING IN THE FOLLOWING DOE PROGRAMS:
|Better Climate Challenge||Better Plants Challenge||Waste Reduction Network|
|Low Carbon Pilot||Industrial Energy Performance Accelerator|
As a Better Buildings Better Plants Challenge Partner, Schneider Electric has committed to achieving a 20% reduction in energy intensity and 95% in waste diverted from landfills at their U.S. facilities by the end of 2028 against a baseline of 2016. The company's showcase project includes pursuing Superior Energy Performance certification at a Smyrna, TN plant site that includes a recently installed 1,000-kilowatt dual voltage solar farm. This solar farm is the first dual voltage solar farm in the U.S. with the ability to operate at both 1000VDC and 600VDC, providing an opportunity for more efficient solar farm operation and giving us a real-time learning lab to research and test our renewable energy solutions.
Schneider Electric received a 2022 Better Practice Award for adopting a new method to standardize compressed air leak detection using acoustical imaging technology, resulting in the identification of over 250 leaks, representing over $600,000 in cost savings and 317 metric tons of CO2 reduction.
|GHG Emissions Goals|
|76%Reduction by 2030||Progress|
|20%Reduction in Energy Intensity||Progress|
|19.4%Cumulative (vs. 2016 Baseline)||Energy Goals|
|25%Reduction in Energy Intensity||Progress|
|Goal Achieved26.3%Cumulative (vs. 2008 Baseline)|