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Commitment to a better planet

Find out how we work to solve the world’s energy challenge

Energy is the biggest challenge for our generation and those yet to come. At Schneider Electric, together we can make a difference each and every day.

Our world is at a turning point:
  • Demand for energy is set to explode, particularly in the booming new economies.
  • Electricity is not readily available to 1.6 billion people.
  • The continued exploitation of fossil fuels remains a threat to the planet.

We believe our company can make a difference:
  • We help reduce energy consumption and curb carbon emissions through our energy efficiency solutions.
  • We enable the poorest regions of the world to gain access to safe, reliable electricity through supply of equipment, training,  and funds. For example, we have an objective to train 30,000 disadvantaged young people in electricity-related trades by the end of 2014.

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Strong involvement by employees

At Schneider Electric, every day, you’ll help meet the demands of these new challenges, either at work or as a volunteer:
  • At work, in every position and activity, everyone’s job is somehow related to energy efficiency. It is the cornerstone of our strategy.
  • Many of our employees are involved as volunteers in our Foundation.
For instance they participate in electricity-related training projects, dedicated to underprivileged young people or their teachers.

Teresa, Communication Manager, Mexico

“In my mind, working at Schneider Electric is also growing personally by bringing something to other people.”

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Schneider Electric ranks 13 in the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the world (Corporate Knights, January 2013)