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Transcript of SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
According to SE has to cut the world’s CO2 emissions in half by 2050. However, energy demand – a major source of CO2 emissions – will double by that date. Renewable energy sources are mandatory but not enough to change the energy mix today.
Renewable energy is generally defined as energy that comes from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves and geothermal heat.
Renewable energy replaces conventional fuels in four distinct areas: electricity generation, hot water/space heating, motor fuels, and rural (off-grid) energy services.
To find out, let’s take a look at the world in 2030
• 8 billion inhabitants, 60% will live in cities
• 2 billion will join the middle class
• Demand for electricity will be 76% higher than in 2007
• China and India alone will represent over 50% of incremental energy demand
• 1.3 billion people will not have access to electricity, mostly in Africa and India
• Electric vehicles will represent 60% of world share in passenger vehicle sales
• Renewable energies will have a 22% share in the global energy mix
Geared to a sustainable growth
Schneider Electric evolves in an industry tackling the most exciting challenge of our time: the energy & climate change challenge. Schneider Electric has also built a balanced footprint in terms of end-markets and geographies to be more resilient and agile in capturing growth opportunities.
Innovation and R&D
Schneider Electric devotes 5% of its sales every year to Research and development with over 7,500 R&D engineers in centres worldwide. The company sees innovation as a way to make its solutions greener, simpler and easier to integrate into the daily environment of its customers, relying on strong investment and many partnerships.
A global mindset
With more than 130,000 employees in over 100 countries, Schneider Electric leverages its people diversity as a strength to understand its customers and the world we are living in. In 2011, 39% of Schneider Electric’s sales were in new economies such as Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Sustainability and responsibility at the heart of our strategy
Schneider Electric is committed to putting sustainable development at the heart of its strategy. Not because it is fashionable, but because they care and it makes good business sense.
Between energy generation and its usage, Schneider Electric provides technology and integrated solutions to optimise energy usage in markets like energy & infrastructure, industry, data centers, buildings and residential.Schneider Electric is the only global specialist in energy management and a world leader in energy efficiency.
Helping people make the most of their energy
"We are committed to safegarding our planet."
The scope of this policy covers all SET Manisa Factory buildings and facilities.
Manisa Factory Industrial Director
Our objective is to reduce energy consumption each year at least by targeted amounts through continuous improvement actions, to increase energy efficiency and to reduce waste energy.
To achive our objectives we make a statistical assumption about future energy consumption after taking into account our production variables, weather conditions, total working hours and other relevant factors; and we set improvement targets based on these calculated values.
We monitor our energy consumption on regular basis. We compare realised energy consumption with assumed values and evaluate our performance.
Aligned with it’s Principles of Responsibility,
Schneider Electric is committed to :
Chairman of the Management Board
Design products and solutions that respect the environment through an eco-design process.
Linking innovation and continuous improvement to meet new environmental challenges.
Meeting current environmental requirements and exceeding them when relevant.
Offer its customers products and solutions that are safe,energy efficient and environment friendly.
Promoting environmental awareness by providing training
for everyone and developing expert networks for best practices.
Continuously improve its environmental performance for
the ongoing satisfaction of the communities the Company serves,
as well as its end users, employees, customers and shareholders,
both today and tomorrow.
Reporting to all stakeholders about the impact of the
Company’s activities on the environment.
Contributing to the planet’s sustainable development.
72% of world energy is consumed by infrastructure, industry, buildings and residential markets.
30% the energy savings that Schneider Electric can provide these markets with thanks to current energy efficiency solutions.
Thank you for listening...
Prepared by Tunç DILEK
Renewable energy resources exist over wide geographical areas, in contrast to other energy sources, which are concentrated in a limited number of countries. Rapid deployment of renewable energy and energy efficiency is resulting in significant energy security, climate change mitigation, and economic benefits.In international public opinion surveys there is strong support for promoting renewable sources such as solar power and wind power.
Wind power, as an alternative to fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation and uses little land.
Now, I talking about Schneider Electric and its energy policy.
Schneider Electric one of the most important company for wind power and other renewable energy.
Make the most of your energy
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