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Energy Management Solutions for Schneider Electric - ODVA

Energy Management Solutions

for Schneider Electric

ODVA Annual Meeting

3-Mar-2011


Agenda

● Company global perspective

● SE Strategy

● Impact of OEU on company strategy, roadmap, and offer

● Ali Alignment proof f points i

Schneider Electric - Industry Business – Fred Cohn – 2-Mar-11

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Schneider Electric at a glance

19.5

Global sales in 2010 (B€)

people in 100+ countries

Sales devoted to R&D

Years of history through

innovation and leading brands

Energy

productioon

& transmission

t

The global specialist in

Energy management

Making energy:

•Safe

•Reliable Reliable

•Efficient

•Productive

•Green

A Recognised

Sustainable commitment

Covering

World final energy

consumption

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Ennergy

usage


Our world is changing right before our

eyes

x2

The increase in energy

consumption by 2050

÷2

The CO2 emissions reduction

to avoid dramatic climate

changes by 2050

The time to act is now:

energy audits

energy efficiency

enabling products

energy management solutions

… ffor residential, id ti l

commercial and industrial

buildings

for industrial processes

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Buildings and Industry are the 1 st GHG

emission contributors…

contributors

44%

●≈ 44% GHG contribution comes

from buildings & Industry

● 3x larger than GHG contribution from

transportation

● In industry & buildings:

● 70% of electricity is generated via

coal or hydrocarbons

● 90% of heat and process activities

burn hydrocarbons

Data extracted from WRI: navigating the numbers 2005

Land use Change

(deforestation)

and agriculture

35%

Industrial process

reactions & fugitive

emissions

7%

44%

14%

Transportation

GHG from Building

& Industry

Energy Use

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…and also the first energy consumers !

Energy use split

31% >2% 2% 18% 21% 28%

Industry

& Infrastructure

Data centres &

networks

Buildings

Residential

Transportation

Main energy consumption is for heating, cooling, motors, lighting, electronics and

appliances

Source:

EERE Building Energy Data book 2006

EERE Manufacturing Systems Footprint ,

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/industry/energy_systems/pdfs/mfg_footprint.pdf

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Opportunities are everywhere

Supply Side

Demand Side

More Efficient & Energy Use &

Cleaner Supply Conservation

Clean energy is expensive

and takes time to implement

We must develop clean

technologies and increase

renewable energy supply

Current technologies allow

us tto target t t 30% savings i

We must focus on energy

efficiency to solve our energy crisis

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Where are the savings ?

Industry &

infrastructure

Average facility can

reduce consumption by

10 to 20%

Data centres &

networks

Power & cooling can

reduce power

consumption by 20 to

30%

Buildings

Renovation can yield y

up to 30% of energy

savings

Residential

EE products may save

10% to 40% in

electricity

�� 25% savings would �� Power & cooling systems

�� Consume 20% of total

�� 20% to 25 % of consumed

save 7% of the world’s is 50% of electricity

energy

energy (EU & US)

electricity

usage

� 3 key areas: HVAC, � Lighting & appliances over

� Motors, account for � Saving energy improves lighting &

40%

over 60% of electricity DC infrastructure

integrated building

usage efficiency

solutions

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Schneider Electric

The global specialist in Energy Management

Buildings Power IT Industry Smart

Grid

Schneider Electric Energy gy Solutions

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Solutions for industry and infrastructure

●Enabling products

● Variable speed drives for motors

● PLC for production throughput optimization and

machine "mute" mode management

● Power compensation and filtering products

Management systems

● Power monitoring and analysis

● Process supervisory p y systems y

●Added value services

● Site audits

● Data Collection and Analysis

● Financial Analysis & ROI Validation,

● Planning of Improvement plan

● Remote monitoring g and optimization p

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Schneider Industrial Offer

Citect SCADA

ION EEM

Power SCADA System Manager

EGX-100

PM8ECC

EGX-300

E5600

CM4000T/4250

PM8xx

PM7xx

CM3000

ION73xx

ION 8600

ION

7650/7550

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Solutions for Energy Integration - Today

Process SCADA

PPower SCADA

●Control Data

Energy Data

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Solutions for Energy Integration - Tomorrow

Energy SCADA

●Control Data

Energy Data

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Schneider Information Roadmap

Monitor

Data

Map

Acquisition Analytics Analytics to

&Al & Alarming i

Control

Smart

Buildings g

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Lifecycle solutions for Energy Efficiency

Energy Audit

& Measure

Passive Energy Efficiency

Fix the basics

Low consumption devices,

insulation material, power

factor correction

Active Energy Efficiency

Optimise through

automation &

regulation

HVAC control, lighting control,

variable speed drives…

Monitor,

maintain,

improve

Meters installation, monitoring

services, EE analysis software

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