Archives: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric Tabbed for New NYC Building

Carl Weinschenk

Schneider Electric has been selected by the L&L Holding Company to provide intelligent building management technology to an office tower that is being built at 390 Madison Avenue in Manhattan, NY. A number of systems will be incorporated into the 32-floor, 900,000 square-foot building. One of these is Schneider Electric’s SmartStruxture building management system (BMS).   …Continue Reading

Schneider Electric’s NEO Network: Helping Make Efficiency Projects Real

Carl Weinschenk

Helping organizations get to the point at which they will benefit from emerging energy efficiency and renewable technology is the goal of The NEO Network, an online platform from Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric Expands Datacenter Cooling Line

Carl Weinschenk

Schneider Electric yesterday announced the InRow DX. The direct expansion 600mm unit, the company said, is part of a line aimed at helping keep datacenters cool. The new model reduces power consumption while increasing capacity. The InRox DX is capable of 42kW of cooling with a 4000 SCFM maximum airflow in a 600mm-wide footprint, which the   …Continue Reading

3M, Schneider Electric Score Big Efficiency Gains Via ISO 50001 and the SEP

Carl Weinschenk

During the past few years, the 3M Company and Schneider Electric have used two related initiatives – the International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 50001 and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Superior Energy Performance program – to save significant amounts of money.

Schneider to Help Cut Energy Use By Boston Mass Transit

Carl Weinschenk

Schneider Electric said this week that it is working with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) to reduce utility spending and carbon emissions in Boston area transportation.

Digital Lumens, Schneider Electric Partner on IoT

Carl Weinschenk

Digital Lumens and Schneider Electric are partnering on an Internet of Things (IoT) initiative. Digital Lumens says that the arrangement will allow Schneider Electric’s customers to benefit from IoT environments in buildings via its sensor-based connected lighting and next-generation analytic platforms. The deal focuses on the provisioning of support from Schneider Electric’s SmartStruxture product for Digital   …Continue Reading

Schneider Contributes to New T-Mobile Arena

Carl Weinschenk

Schneider Electric this week detailed its work on the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, which is officially opening today. The company said that it helped design and install a building management system that makes the venue – which is a joint venture between AEG and MGM Resorts International – highly automated and energy efficient.   …Continue Reading

Schneider Working on Big Navy Project

Carl Weinschenk

Schneider Electric and the U.S. Navy say that they are working together on infrastructure improvement projects under an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) at the Naval Base Coronado and Naval Base San Clemente Island. The improvements are expected to generate $114 million during the 19-year contract term. The press release says that the project will   …Continue Reading

Preparing Buildings for Electric Vehicles

Carl Weinschenk

Energy managers of buildings with garages have a harder job than those that let people park on the street. For instance, the mandate to keep the air in the garage safe and comfortable is the subject of ever-changing regulations and evolving technical options. These folks gradually are being given a new responsibility, which will grow   …Continue Reading

Oil Production Redefines US’s Role in Global Crude Market

Jennifer Hermes

This article is sponsored by Schneider Electric. Oil production in the US – after playing a central role in the steep decline of oil prices over the last year – will redefine its role in the global crude market, with the US expected to replace OPEC as the world’s swing producer guiding global prices, predicts   …Continue Reading