Tag Archives: Schneider Electric

In Another “Ethisphere”

Schneider, Rockwell, and others make unique list A number of big name companies were given the distinct honor of being deemed “ethical” businesses in this year’s edition of the Ethisphere Institute’s World’s Most Ethical Companies awards. The 124 recipients this year—the Insitute’s tenth—spanned 19 countries and a spectrum of categories including energy and utilities, engineering and […]

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Factory Focus

Schneider and Stratasys join forces and look to the future Schneider Electric has teamed up with Stratasys, the additive manufacturing solutions company, to include 3D printing into its manufacturing processes for both short and longer term efficiency goals. Schneider is using a combination of Stratasys and FDM-based 3D printing for its product development, prototypes and industrialization. The […]

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An Iffy Forecast

Schneider Electric exudes caution Schneider Electric, the French-based electrical equipment maker and energy provider, made noise in the business arena Wednesday by announcing an increased return to its shareholders and adding cautious commentary on its missed profit forecast of 2015. To compensate, the company raised the dividend it will pay shareholders this year to €2 euros ($2.24) […]

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Schneider Electric releases 2nd quarter financial results

Schneider Electric, the French energy and power company, has released its 2nd quarter figures for 2015, including revenues, organic growth, net income, and 2015 half-year totals.  The period ended on June 30th. A 9.8% year-to-date increase in revenues was reported, but this included a 0.9% decrease in organic growth. Net income was down 12%, but […]

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Schneider Electric powering Shedd Aquarium’s solar installation

Schneider Electric, a global energy management company, and the Shedd Aquarium, the world’s largest indoor public aquarium, recently unveiled a new solar installation, the largest of any Illinois cultural institution. Located on the roof of the Shedd’s Oceanarium in Chicago, the installation is a component of the first phase of the organization’s Master Energy Roadmap, a […]

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Schneider Electric announces virtual main arc flash mitigation system

Schneider Electric, a global energy management company, has introduced the Virtual Main Arc Flash Mitigation System. It is designed to improve worker safety and enhance electrical system reliability by reducing arc flash energy on low-voltage switchgear and switchboards, including the main incoming power distribution switchboard. According to Schneider, the system is “a new concept which […]

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Schneider Electric cuts energy consumption of its own sites

Global energy management company, Schneider Electric, announced it has published details of the energy consumption of 160 production and logistics sites every year since 2005, in the context of the Schneider Energy Action program, with the aim of achieving significant reductions in its energy consumption.  From the program launch, the objective of reducing energy consumption […]

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Schneider Electric advises electrical equipment precautions for Hurricane Isaac

Schneider Electric, a global energy management company that inspects, tests and reconditions electrical equipment, is urging businesses to take “every precaution” with electrical equipment in preparation for Hurricane Isaac. The following precautions are recommended by Schneider Electric to ensure employee safety and avoid costly damage both to physical equipment and the financial losses of a […]

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Graybar to host tech webinar series

Graybar, a St. Louis distributor of electrical, communications, and data networking products and provider of related supply chain management and logistics services, is introducing a series of webinars focused on new products and technologies used in building intelligence and energy efficiency applications. The “G2 Talk” series will feature a variety of subject matter specialists from […]

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Pump Systems Matter hosts one-day course on performance

Pump Systems Matter (PSM), a non-profit educational organization established by the Hydraulic Institute, has partnered with the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, Public Service Electric and Gas Co., and Schneider Electric to host a one-day course on Nov. 16 in Florham Park, N.J. The course is designed to help pump users learn how to identify […]

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