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    Our climate

    Schneider Electric Global. We aim to create a green impact for a climate-positive world through our electrification, digitalization, net-zero solutions, and decarbonization services.

    Act for a climate-positive world

    We act for a climate-positive world by continuously investing in and developing innovative solutions that deliver immediate and lasting decarbonization in line with our carbon pledge.

    Climate commitments 2021 - 2025

    80%

    Impact revenues per Schneider Electric definition and methodology

    800Mts

    of CO2 emissions saved and avoided for customers

    50%

    reduction of CO2 emissions from top 1,000 suppliers’ operations

    On track to net-zero

    On track to net-zero An ambitious plan for end-to-end decarbonization

    Our Net-Zero target has been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), we are fully committed to the Climate Group EP100, RE100, and EV100 to develop a roadmap aligned with the IPCC scenario limiting global average temperature rise to 1.5°C:

    Carbon neutral operations in 2025

    25% absolute carbon reduction across our entire value chain by 2030, and "Net-Zero ready" in our operations

    End-to-end carbon neutral value chain in 2040

    Net-Zero CO2 emissions across our entire value chain in 2050

    Read more about our Net-Zero commitment

    Global initiative: part of RE100

    Our commitment to renewable energy has deeply transformed our electricity sourcing strategy. To deliver the set targets, we will leverage four complementary tools: green tariffs, renewable certificates, power purchase agreements, and on-site generation.

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    Global initiative as a member of EP100

    Our target is to double our energy productivity by 2030 against the 2005 baseline by doubling the economic output from every unit of energy consumed within 25 years.

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    Our climate-positive actions

    Our climate-positive actions Helping customers save and avoid 800M tonnes of CO2

    By 2025, thanks to our energy and sustainability services, integrated EcoStruxure™ software and solutions, as well as green product innovations, effectively decarbonizing homes, buildings, grids, data centers, and industries.

    Learn more about EcoStruxure

    Engaging our Zero Carbon Project

    At Schneider Electric, we support the top 1000 suppliers to reduce their CO2 emissions by 50% by 2025. With a dedicated decarbonization program, our partners gain access to training sessions, expert support, tools, and solutions they need to accelerate and deliver on their climate-positive goals.

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    Tackling climate change with sustainability-as-a-business

    Our sustainability consulting services and solutions help a growing number of organizations set, measure, and advance on their carbon reduction targets, through the deployment of bespoke programs, including engagement with suppliers.

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    Building heat decarbonization

    We assess what it would take to decarbonize building heating globally and overcome existing roadblocks.

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    The 2030 imperative

    From our latest research here are three solutions to adopt immediately and get back on track to meeting the 1.5 trajectory.

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    10,000 MW renewable energy secured

    Schneider Electric helps clients reach landmark milestones of 10,000 MWadvised renewable energy power purchase agreements.

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    Breaking ground with Walmart’s Gigaton PPA

    Our unique partnership with one of the world’s largest retailers is driving supply chain adoption of renewable energy.

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    Pure air at the rescue

    Why alternatives to SF6 and other greenhouse gases are essential to carbon reduction.

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    Accelerating STMicroelectronics transformation

    To strategize and deliver on its 2027 carbon-neutrality goal, from renewable energy sourcing to reduced energy consumption.

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    Systemic efficiency for net-zero

    Jean-Pascal Tricoire Schneider Electric CEO and UN GlobalCompact Board member on achieving net-zero cities and buildings.

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    Quantify and disclose the impact of your solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with our transparent methodology.

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    Build a lasting business on a finite planet

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    At Schneider Electric, advancing on our Sustainability Impact program is about embarking on the journey ourselves and progressing together with our entire…

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    Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer - Member of the Executive Committee at Schneider Electric; Board member of AirFrance KLM; Conseiller au Commerce Exterieur de la France

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    At Schneider Electric, advancing on our Sustainability Impact program is about embarking on the journey ourselves and progressing together with our entire ecosystem of employees, clients, suppliers, and partners.

    As an #Impactcompany, we are convinced that we can help each other with technology, collaboration, and trust. I would like to thank all the teams who are working hard to accelerate our #sustainability efforts.

    Read more on the latest of our Sustainability Impact Program: https://lnkd.in/eDjG8eBY

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    Looking back to my 10 days trip at #COP27, it was fruitful, busy, insightful, and of course, rewarding! It's really my honor to represent Schneider Electric and lead our delegates and local team to deliver, exchange, and reiterate our core messages with different sectors, peers, policymakers, and more:

    1.      Public and private partnership to speed up #decarbonization

    2.      The solutions that exist today can limit global warming to 1.5-degree if we deploy them now at full scale (#electrification, #digital technologies, solutions for #biodiversity, water, and #circulareconomy)

    3.      Transition must be fair to accelerate the effort, and therefore it is critical to support #Humanrights and youth

    This was our 12th COP participation, and our dedication to #sustainability has never been stronger! At this COP, we have:

    - Co-signed the World Economic Forum Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders open letter to call out the public and private partnership, and harmonize reporting and disclosure standards for moving towards a path that limits global warming to 1.5 degrees trajectory

    - Joined the Action Declaration by Corporate Knights and Global 100 Council with 57 private sector leaders in sustainability, to support the ambitious actions to close the say–do gap on countries’ #emission reductions

    - Inaugurated the RISE project together with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) combining 2 major commitments: #Climate and Youth

    - Thanks to our local Egypt team, our Schneider Sustainability Hub successfully launched at #COP27 and showcased our solutions through our 6 long-term #sustainability commitments

    - One year progress of our #Energize program, we've expanded our sponsor companies from 10 to 15 and formed our first PPA cohort of 9 companies

    And MORE!

    To look deeply, it was great to finally see more conversation around "loss and damage”, youth, and "just transition" this year, which have been absent since COP25. Worth to mention a global methane pact signed by more than 150 countries, dedicated funds from a "High Ambition Coalition" of over 20+ countries to support impacted countries, and an agreement to set up a long-demanded "loss and damage" Fund for vulnerable countries.

    Yes, we can see some positive progress, and the latest International Energy Agency (IEA) analysis shows that if governments fully achieved today's climate pledges, the world would limit global temperature to 1.7-degree. An improved outcome compared to COP26, but much more is needed to do in order to reach the 1.5-degree trajectory. No time to wait!! Only by bring everyone along and working collectively can we achieve our mutual goal!

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    My last day at #COP27 and the most important theme day for me - #SolutionsDay! In the past weeks at COP, I reiterated strongly on how the existing #digital and green solutions can accelerate and progress our efforts to make the 1.5 degrees trajectory possible if we deploy it faster and at full scale now. But to do it, collective efforts from the public and private sectors are needed, especially in transforming cities into green cities.

    I shared the importance of partnering with cities, governments, and public and private sectors in the 1000 Clean and Efficient Solutions panel discussion with Bertrand Piccard, Sharon Dijksma, and Kobie Brand today. Also, I used Schneider Electric as an example to show the impacts we can bring out of it with the right solutions.

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    Schneider Electric Is Working to Cut Its Suppliers’ CO2 Emissions By Half

    In 2005, Schneider Electric became one of the first companies to highlight its goals on people, the planet, and profit. In the intervening years, the company has saved its customers 120 million tons of CO2 emissions while giving energy access to 30 million more people.

    Schneider Electric Is Working to Cut Its Suppliers’ CO2 Emissions By Half

    September 2, 2022 BY KEN SILVERSTEIN

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    Schneider Electric SE operates worldwide and is best known as an energy management company. Based in France, it not only serves the electric generation business but also addresses commercial and industrial needs — everything from real-time automation to digital software and services. Founded in 1836, it has become a trendsetter concerning sustainability issues.

    To that end, it will reduce CO2 emissions and reach net zero within its operations by 2030 using carbon offsets. It makes the same carbon-neutral pledge — without offsets — by 2040. It is going further, though, and including its supply chain in its carbon neutrality vow; its scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions — internal operations and supply chain — will hit net zero by 2050 using carbon offsets.

    As an impact company, we are making a unique difference and have raised the bar with our 2025 sustainability commitments. Our first year’s results are encouraging and set the path towards our 5-year goals,” said Olivier Blum, Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer. “Teams from across the company have collectively stepped up, and we are engaged on sustainability on all fronts.”

    In 2005, Schneider Electric became one of the first companies to highlight its goals on people, the planet, and profit. In the intervening years, the company has saved its customers 120 million tons of CO2 emissions while giving energy access to 30 million more people. Corporate Knights ranked Schneider Electric as the World’s Most Sustainable Company in their Global 100 ranking in 2021.

    The Path Forward?

    “With only 10 years to achieve the Paris Agreement and limit temperature rise to 1.5°C, we need to accelerate our sustainability efforts while giving more people access to energy and equal opportunities,” Blum said. How?

    — reduce CO2 emissions by 800 million tons by 2025 from a 2018 baseline. It has already achieved cuts of 347 million tons since 2018.

    — reduce CO2 emission among its top 1,000 suppliers by 50% by 2026.

    — provide access to green electricity to 100 million people by 2030

    — Source 90% of electricity from renewables by 2025 and 100% by 2030.

    — increase energy efficiency in our sites by 15% by 2025

    — achieve 100% recyclable packaging by 2025; no single-use plastics.

    — include 50% green material in its products by 2025 and

    — shift one-third of the corporate vehicle fleet to electric vehicles by 2025.

    — reduce water intensity by 35% in 2025 from a 2017 baseline. Schneider will focus on sites with high water consumption and within severely water-stressed areas.

    Please help us understand how Schneider will enlist its suppliers in the company’s mission.

    Schneider is evaluating its top suppliers, which look at those companies’ risks, technologies, and geographic locations — included so that Schneider can incorporate the geopolitical concerns. Its entire network of tier 1 suppliers — partners with whom it directly conducts business — is processed using these standards — an auditing system that started in 2018. That is 52,000 suppliers in all.

    Now Schneider wants to expand this program. Between 2021 and 2025, Schneider will conduct 1,000 on-site audits on high-risk suppliers — up from 350. In 2021, the company identified 1,300 ‘high-risk’ suppliers. A third party reviews the findings.

    How specifically have you addressed climate change?

    — The company has been decarbonizing its operations. In 2021, it had done so at 51 sites. By 2025, it expects to do so at 150 locations.

    — The company wants to run its operations using renewable energy. In 2021 82% of its sites had run on green energy. By 2025, 90% will do so. By 2030, it aims to have all its operations fueled with renewable electricity.

    — The company wants to cut its CO2-related transport emissions. In 2021, it started the effort, with 7.7% of its corporate fleet being electric vehicles. By 2025, it says that 33% of its transport will be fueled using electricity. By 2030, it aims to have 100% of the company’s fleet run on electric vehicles.

    “Addressing climate change is the defining issue of our generation, and businesses play a key role. We know that we must go faster to avoid the worst impacts of global warming. Schneider Electric is part of the solution thanks to its existing technologies and products to achieve a climate positive impact,” says Xavier Denoly, senior vice president for sustainable development, in the company’s 2021 sustainability paper.

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