Schneider Electric recognised by RE100 as first clean energy trailblazer

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Schneider Electric has been named the 2020 Clean Energy Trailblazer by The Climate Group’s RE100, recognising its global commitments to the clean energy transition.

This is the first year of the RE100 Leadership Awards, which recognises companies going above and beyond to accelerate a clean energy future. Schneider Electric was praised for its own sustainability and CO2 reduction targets, its portfolio of EcoStruxure technologies to enable customers to decarbonise their operations through renewable electricity, alongside its industry-leading clean energy advisory services. 

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Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, is recognised as one of the world’s most sustainable companies, tackling the urgency of rapidly reducing carbon emissions and adopting renewable energy solutions to fight the climate crisis. The company’s ambitions to pave the way to a low carbon world are achieved through a three-pronged strategy addressing its own operations, its clients’ carbon footprints, and developing communities. 

Led by the Climate Group, RE100 is a global initiative that brings together the world’s most influential businesses committed to 100 per cent renewable electricity. Apple, Google and VISA are among the RE100 partners list, working to accelerate change towards zero carbon grids.

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The Climate Group corporate partnerships director Mike Peirce said, “As a member of all three of our initiatives on renewable power, smart energy use and electric vehicles, Schneider Electric is seizing opportunities right across the clean energy transition and proving that it’s good for business. By working with them to share their successes and learnings, we hope to inspire many more companies to follow suit.”

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