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    Energy usage optimisation

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    Challenges

    Energy usage used to be seen as just an inevitable part of doing business. Not any more. As energy costs have risen, and energy intensity has grown, businesses need to control energy use if they want to find long-term success. But efficiency can't come at the cost of productivity -- and therein lies the challenge.
    • Solutions

      Reducing energy costs effectively without impacting productivity, functionality or safety requires tracking myriad data points. You need to know where energy is being used, where it is being wasted, where there are problems in your system and where there are best practices to be shared. Our power management systems, comprised of leading-edge software and intelligent monitoring and control devices, can help you do all that -- and more.
      Power Monitoring Expert software provides an in-depth look at your energy usage, and gives you the ability to do historical data analysis to identify trends and issues. PowerSCADA Expert provides real-time monitoring and control, so you can set systems to react nearly instantaneously to solve issues as they arise. And our world-class hardware -- including meters, gateways, protection relays, controllers, and more -- provide reliable data from any point you need measured.
    • Value Proposition

      At Schneider Electric, we can help you find the balance between efficiency and productivity. We can provide everything you need to reduce energy use, without impacting the reliability, productivity or functionality of your business -- whether you are optimizing an existing system or designing a new one.

    • Differentiation

      We understand the energy landscape. Our years of experience mean that we can provide expert guidance on how best to meet your business goals when it comes to managing energy use -- whether you are working with an existing system or designing a new one. And our solutions are designed to address a wide range of power and energy management requirements, so multiple systems aren't necessary, even if you have wide-ranging needs like increased reliability, optimized power quality, reduced energy costs, or optimized energy usage.