Envisioning a sustainable future through innovation
The big picture is clear. It is our corporate duty to fight climate change brought on by carbon emissions. But we are running against the clock and we must act now. As the Paris climate agreement maps out, we must limit global warming to 2°C above preindustrial levels.
The four key markets Schneider serves consume 70 percent of the world’s energy. We are in a hopeful position, because we have an opportunity to make a measurable difference in curbing energy consumption and driving sustainability worldwide.
Energy and sustainability initiatives are often managed independently due to departmental divisions. These barriers are often fueled by inconsistent data and a lack of visibility and yield missed opportunities. In leading companies, these departments are becoming tightly integrated, working together in support of the company’s core goals and initiatives. We call this Active Energy Management.
According to its last Strategy & Sustainability Highlights , titled “Envisioning a Sustainable Future by solving energy paradox”, @Schneider_Elec tells how the company is delivering access to clean, modern and affordable energy to more than 20 million households around the world, at the same time as its main solution, called EcoStruxure™ is able to drive energy efficiency in markets that combined, consume 70% of the
Building the world’s most sustainable office building involves leveraging the best and the latest technologies. The Edge in Amsterdam, head office of Deloitte Netherlands knows this first hand. Using a range of Schneider Electric offers, including its SmartStruxure™ solution, they have succeeded in setting a new global benchmark for energy efficient commercial office environments while prioritizing the satisfaction and well-being of its employees.