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  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • Energy together with recession, is the hottest topic those days: as citizens, business people, human beings, we are all concerned We know that energy demand will double by 2050, electricity demand as well by 2030. 70% coming from new economies such as China or India If energy consumption per capita in China & India reaches US level, world consumption would triple On the other hand, 1.6 billion people have no access to electricity Mobilization on climate change world wide By 2030, ~3/4 of energy sources will remain CO2-related Grave consequences expected if global temperature rises by 3°c (based on International Energy Agency quotes and studies) Copenhagen conference this year, beyond this, the climate change concern is everywhere What can you do as a human being, to reduce your carbon footprint while living our life? We, as a company, ask ourselves the same question: what can we do to achieve more for our customers, be more profitable, while using less of our common planet?
  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • Environmental certification to the latest standard HPE QA (high-performance energy and associated qualities) delivered by Certivea, a subsidiary of the CSTB. HPE QA certification makes this a building ahead of its time, whose performance exceeds even the requirements of the new RT2012 thermal regulations as well as current comfort standards. Effinergie BBC (low-energy building) certified one of the most demanding classifications, this describes a building that consumes at least 50% less energy than the conventional regulatory standard. The SIMI, a French real estate forum, has awarded Schneider Electric with it’s « Grand Prix SIMI 2011” in the category “Business & Research Building " for its new building "Horizon" located in Carros
  • Here is some good news – we know how to make buildings better – the best buildings in the world – one at a time.
  • http://www.schneider-electric.com/solutions/ww/en/ref/22564470-green-office-meudon?segment=4872793 The world’s largest positive energy building represents a radical transformation of commercial buildings Bouygues Immobilier developer http://www.green-office.fr/uk/concept-green-office.php Exprimm operator SSII Steria occupant This first of its kind, 23,000 m2 office building was leased out in June 2011, and incorporates comprehensive Schneider Electric solutions. Located in Meudon, France, just outside of Paris, it is the world’s largest positive energy building, producing more energy than it consumes. Schneider Electric collaborated extensively with key project stakeholders throughout the integrative design/build process. The building was designed to reduce energy consumption, guarantee user comfort and produce enough energy to surpass consumption. High performance insulation, natural ventilation, an intelligent Building Management System, a biomas CHP (combined heat and power) boiler, and photovoltaic energy, all contribute to the positive energy achievement. Schneider Electric supplied a solution based on EcoStruxure architecture, integrating building and energy management, power management and security management. EcoStruxure acts as a solution ecosystem, delivering guaranteed compatibility across key application areas and leveraging open standards—including Ethernet, TCP/IP, BACnet®, LON®, and Modbus®—across both Schneider Electric and third-party offers. EcoStruxure Solution intelligent Building Management System (iBMS) • electrical distribution equipment (MV/LV boards, transformers) • structured cabling network • heating & ventilation control • lighting control • sunblind control • motorized window control • security (intrusion detection, access control, video surveillance) • alarm management • space management Personal comfort control In order to optimize the comfort and user-friendliness of the building, work areas were divided into 2.70 m sections, with the following in each: • 2 dimmable light fixtures • 2 motorized blinds • 2 motorized windows • 1 controllable ceiling fan • 1 occupancy and luminosity sensor A single device, the STIBIL® room controller, manages this equipment in each area. Individual occupants can control their own environment by accessing a “personal comfort” control panel via their PC or a remote control device.
  • http://www.schneider-electric.com/solutions/ww/en/ref/4871579-energy-management-upgrades-help-this-environmental-showcase-qualify-for-leed-platinum-certification?segment=4872793 The Earth Rangers Centre is an advanced green building, certified Gold under LEED® for New Construction and LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings. Through school shows, community events, and online programs, Earth Rangers makes children aware of the impact that humans have on the environment, inspiring them with a lasting passion to build a green future. Located on the Kortright Living City Campus in Woodbridge Ontario, Canada, the Centre is a showcase of cutting edge building technology such as energy metering, smart automation and controls, innovative water and wastewater management, solar generation, green roofs, and geothermal heating and cooling. EcoStruxure Solution     HVAC Controls (Andover Continuum Building Management) —1000+ sensors     Lighting Controls (PowerLink/ Clipsal)     Power Monitoring (PowerLogic Meters/ ION-Enterprise) —84 metering points     Lighting Fixtures (Juno)     UPS (APC)     Security (Pelco Cameras)     Dual EV Charging Stations     EMIS (StruxureWare Energy Operation) In the initial phase of the project, Schneider Electric donated equipment and systems worth $375,000 to help Earth Rangers make their facility both energy and carbon neutral, and to complement their LEED Gold for New Construction certification with a LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings certification. This first installation included Schneider Electric building automation hardware and software, power monitoring and energy management tools, Juno lighting, Pelco cameras, and PowerLink/Clipsal lighting controls. An electrical vehicle charging system was eventually added to the overall solution. Though the initial project enabled significant energy savings, the customer wanted to achieve higher levels of building performance. This was accomplished in July of 2011, when Schneider Electric installed its StruxureWare Energy Operation EMIS at Earth Rangers Centre. By adding Energy Operation as part of the overall energy management solution, Earth Rangers now has the tools to easily and efficiently turn energy data into actionable information. This system leverages the downstream real-time monitoring and control systems and offers: ● facility operations personnel the tools to identify, analyze, and report on energy savings and sustainability initiatives ● managers the ability to validate the effectiveness of their energy savings initiatives and investments, helping document the true return on investment in dollars, kWh and CO2 saved ● an attractive, easy to understand public facing display kiosk to help communicate the Earth Rangers' mission and energy achievements to visitors of the centre and corporate website Customer benefits Schneider Electric's integrated energy management solution delivers the following benefits to Earth Rangers: • centralized key energy data into a single view for energy monitoring, analysis, and reporting • early detection of poor energy performance • effective performance reporting • auditing of historical operations • identification and justification of energy projects • evidence of success of energy initiatives • support for energy budgeting and management accounting • year-over-year energy reductions of 20% • In 2010, the 60,000 square foot Earth Ranger facility was operated 83% more efficient than the original Model National Energy Code for Buildings (MNECB) base design case • On-site generation through solar PV arrays installed on the roof and in the parking lot have helped ERC become revenue neutral due to the subsidies provided through the Ontario FIT contract for on-site generation • 2011 year-to-date savings (vs. prior year):      o GHG savings: 444.2 tons CO2      o water recycling savings equal to 0.5 Olympic sized pools • The energy monitoring system has also allowed Earth Rangers to target multiple credits under LEED Existing Building, namely Energy and Atmosphere Credits 3.2 and 3.3 (system level metering), along with Water Efficiency Credit 1.1 (sub-metering and reporting) • Additional spill off credits resulting from the system can be seen in an estimated Energy Star rating of 97
  • We SHOULD expect better outcomes in a high-performance green buildings…to get to a triple bottom line. So beyond minimizing environmental impact, today - we are expecting high performing, flexible, energy-efficient buildings that enable better business outcomes. As a commercial tenant or owner/operator of commercial buildings – we want buildings that enable our success. And in addition, we always want economic benefits - including Economic benefits Increased occupancy and tenant retention rates Increased building value and rental rates Improved employee productivity Higher employee retention rates Improved stock performance CSR Improved public image
  • http://www.schneider-electric.com/solutions/ww/en/ref/4664659-genzyme-center?segment=4872793 Genzyme’s goals were to lower energy and operational cost and to champion sustainability. Schneider Electric collaborated extensively with key project stakeholders throughout the integrative design/build process. Our solution includes an intelligent building management system (Andover Continuum) to control the main building systems and to measure and report energy trends. EcoStruxure Solution Our intelliegent Buidling Management System (iBMS) integrates and manages 40,000 points of control Super sophisticated HVAC, includes fresh air intake, 3rd party steam plant, pressure reducing stations, heat exchangers, radiant & trench heat Lighting control, including daylight harvesting 7 roof-mounted heliostats 900 stainless steel sun blinds Storm-water runoff CO2 fire alarm monitoring As a result, Genzyme Center earned a LEED Platinum certification, the highest rating issued by the U.S Green Building Council and is now able to work more efficiently--operating the building with two less technicians. (Facility staff went from 6 to 4). Intelligent, integrative planning & design, along with EcoStruxureTM system architecture helped reduce overall energy cost by 42% reduce water usage by 34% below standard established by 1992 Energy Policy Act Environmental features like natural daylighting, access to outdoor views, collaborative work spaces, fresh air and operable windows have made employees happier and more productive: Sick time reduced by 5% 88% employees report improved well-being 72% employees report improved alertness & productivity Other points of interest 15% on-site renewable energy generation Fresh air is circulated into the building every day Outdoor views from every seat 800 operable windows individual lighting & temp control Indoor gardens 6,000 sq.ft. green roof plant life provides insulation, absorbs water and slows the amount of water going down the building’s drains. Much of that rainwater is filtered, captured and stored in four 200-gallon tanks on the roof, and is used to water plants in the summer. “ We provided Schneider Electric with our requirements and they came up with a great plan.” “ The Schneider Electric building management system takes care of 40 000 points of control. It is the brain that monitors everything in the building.” “ Schneider Electric supports us and backs us up any time we have an issue. TAC has been a great partner.” Lou Capozzi, Facilities Manager, Genzyme Center
  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainable-business/british-gas-energy-efficiency-competitive-advantage?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487
  • Cost effective? “LEED is such a rigorous and methodical process, through the process of certifying our buildings, we found another $534,398 in annual savings with an even better annual ROI of 148%! LEED is more than a standard to benchmark against; it is in a very real sense a blueprint for achieving energy and related conservation savings." - George Denise, Global Account Manager, Cushman & Wakefield.
  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • Standard knowledge is that 25% of total life cycle cost of building is in the design and construction—but unfortunately, this is where many decisions are made that will affect the owners/operators of a building many years into the future.
  • IMPLICATIONS Increasingly owners are opting for alternative delivery methods instead of the traditional Design-Bid-Buy process to reduce costs. The implications of rising costs are driving owners to opt for alternative delivery methods meaning that any prospective vendor will need to demonstrate the ability to adopt a delivery method that will result in better value for money and an overall reduction in cost. 1. Integrated Project Delivery for Private and Public Owners – NASFA, COAA, APPA, AGC & AIA 2010 The diagram shows that the traditional process delays decisions that trends indicate owners are demanding change from, which implies a need for a process that brings the decision making process forward, speeds things up and allows opportunities for cost savings to be realized more easily without incurring high costs of design changes. The Lean Integrated Project Delivery method allows much greater impact on cost and functional capabilities at an earlier stage and can raise possibilities to address the implications
  • But technical innovation is not the only innovation that matters. Because one of the main issues facing cities today is financial: cities around the world are often short of cash so financing these ‘smart’ projects can be quite a headache. And financing is not only CapEx but also OpEx, upgrades, long-term Return on Investment etc. So we need to develop and implement innovative business models to make it work – either by creating additional streams of revenues, for example by selling the information coming from the systems to 3 rd parties; or by leveraging the operational savings that result from the project, for example through Performance contracting – not just Energy performance contracting, but City-wide performance contracting.
  • Standard evaluation is based on conventional climate values, building envelope, equipment, occupancy … Calculated indicators allow comparison between building solutions and relative positioning on a conventional scale Applicability: Building Regulations & Energy Labels calculations Simulated evaluation is based on data that has been "refined" to match the characteristics of the proposed building (occupancy profile, FTE, climate, controls …) Indicators can be evaluated using dynamic simulation tools Used in Green Buildings Energy Performance Evaluation Measured evaluation is based on real life and takes into account implementation shortcomings such as Incorrect settings Actual operation of the building Actual behaviour and number of occupants Indicators are evaluated by measurements or by calculations based on measurements However, as for simulated evaluations, they still only represent a single shot
  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • It is NOT SaaS = on-demand software", is a  software  delivery model in which software and associated  data  are centrally  hosted  on the  cloud . Issues = data security, latency (not as fast as local), customization It IS a combination of software and services that are designed to maximize building performance and comfort
  • The combination of our software suite and the Ecostruxure architectural design enables us to deliver a set of various professional services which improve the profitability and sustainability of the entire portfolio of office buildings for the owner and for large occupying companies
  • We all know that sustainable practices are “good” to do, but what’s the business case behind them?
  • The energy world is living a revolution. As always, the key success factor to change is people. Three changes have to operate. 1/ People have to change their behavior. They must change the way they make decisions about energy They have to be aware of the cost of their energy. Not only their energy bill. The whole lifecycle of their installation. Regulations can accelerate this change. For instance, buildings should be designed more efficient because regulations should impose it. It would cost far less over the life time of the building, Technology can also help changing behaviors. If you have a dashboard to monitor the cost of your energy in real time. If you see the effect of your actions on your daily consumption, you will make effort to change. 2/We need skills which do not exist today. We spoke about renewables and Energy Efficiency. Almost no school, no university prepares people to this specialty. It is our responsibility to train people. At Schneider Electric, we have launch our own Energy University with free classes on Energy efficiency, renewables, etc. We have partnership with the Universities of Shanghai Tsinghua on Energy efficiency. 3/ As it is a technology revolution, where many sectors have to speak to each other. We need to foster new collaborations between private and public, between companies which were not working together before. The world of today is collaborative. The energy sector must reflect this. Pour accompagner la mise en place de cette révolution, il faut s’armer des meilleures compétences à tous les niveaux. Dans l’énergie, nous faisons face à deux phénomènes le vieillissement de la population actuelle et l’obsolescence des compétences la pénurie de main d’œuvre : rien qu’en région parisienne il manque plusieurs milliers d’électriciens ! Cette tendance se vérifie partout dans le monde. Chez Schneider Electric nous agissons à plusieurs niveaux : Nous développons des programmes de formations à l’énergie pour les populations en difficultés Nous finançons la création d’entreprises dans l’énergie Nous formons nos clients et nos collaborateurs à travers notre Energy University Nous sommes actifs pour le développement de standards et réglementations favorables au développement de l’efficacité énergétique. Nous avons participé activement aux discussions du Grenelle de l’environnement, nous sommes signataires du Pacte de Nicolas Hulot Il faut que nous travaillions ensemble, politiques, associations, industriels, fournisseurs de services, pour anticiper sur les besoins urgents à venir en matière de compétences et ainsi assurer une croissance durable et intelligente de nos business respectifs.
  • Innovation is key to achieving Smart Grids and Smart Buildings. With innovation, we will achieve secure growth and reinvent tomorrow. We seek to boost innovation in three ways: We partner with internationally respected public and private organizations such as Cisco, IBM and MIT. We have established partnerships with 30 universities and research labs around the world alongside partnerships with more than 100 industrial heavyweights. We are the only French company to lead 2 global competitiveness projects in promising fields like nanotechnology (Minaologic), intelligent buildings management (Homes, and renewable energies (Tenerrdis) Schneider Electric Ventures is a capital fund through which SE explore new business opportunities for the future. Recently, we partnered with companies in demand response (C-Power) and innovative renewable energies solutions (Solaire direct) among others. We are committed to spreading standards in our industry through industry associations / public policy, because we firmly believe that an industry set on common standards generates more simplicity, innovation and business opportunities For the speaker: The right column shows some of our latest innovations Compact NSX, the first circuit breaker that combines protection and monitoring. Zigbee switch: With this wireless, batteryless switch based on ZigBee technology, Schneider Electric is responding to market expectations for a product that is: -easy to install , as it is wireless, -reliable , as the switch operates continuously and requires no maintenance, -green , as there are no batteries to recycle SoMachine Software: 4-in-one software for process control IT:Power-Saving Surge Protector with LCD Timer(R), an on/off programmable surge protector that provides guaranteed protection from damaging power surges and spikes. By setting the APC Power-Saving Surge Protector with LCD Timer to power on or off at select times, consumers are able to save energy and money by avoiding wasted energy draw to idle electronics If you need more details on the innovation programs… Minalogic: Global competitiveness cluster Minalogic fosters research-led innovation in intelligent miniaturized products and solutions for industry. Located in Grenoble, France, the cluster brings together in one location a number of highly talented specialists and provides them with the resources they need to create, develop and produce intelligent miniaturized services for industry. Minalogic has staked out a position as global leader in its domain, a unique hybrid of micro- and nano-technologies and embedded software. SE is involved in Smart electricity, Homes As an illustration, here is a brief description of the Homes program: Euros 88M project from 2008/2012 15 partners under our leadership Aim is to achieve at least 20% energy savings through energy efficient and intelligent solutions for buildings and homes If you need more details on what we do with Cisco Ex: Cisco EnergyWise partnerhip Thanks to Cisco EnergyWise, companies can: -Reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) footprint. -Monitor the power consumption of all Cisco network-connected devices, from Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices to IP-enabled building controllers. -Report aggregated power consumption to provide a clearer understanding of an organization's power-consumption habits. -Optimize overall power usage based on user-created policies across the entire corporate infrastructure. -Provide reports of current power conditions and suggests potential changes. -Regulate companywide energy consumption using scalable domain approach which brings IT and facility networks together => We collaborate with our building management systems
  • Based on Everett Rogers’ Diffusion of Innovation Theory with adaptation from Geoffrey Moore regarding a chasm that needs to be crossed. Rogers believed that any new idea went through five basic steps of human acceptance: 1) Innovators, 2) Early Adopters, 3) Early Majority, 4) Late Majority and 5) Laggards. Moore added the idea that there is a Chasm in the middle of the early adopter stage which must be crossed or jumped in order for an idea to fully take hold. Basically, a confluence of events happens at a certain point in time that allows an idea to jump the chasm and become accepted by the mainstream. When applied to this model, every new idea from the first portable computer to cloud computing seems to align with this principle.
  • Schneider Electric is uniquely qualified to deliver on the promise of green. We are the global specialist in energy management, and can offer: Expertise to fully participate in the integrative design/build process, a crucial first step in delivering on the promise of Green Highly skilled engineers that specialize in energy management and A comprehensive product offer providing solutions to all domains of an enterprise: Power Management, IT Room Management, Process & Machine Management, Building Management, and Security Management.
  • Project Type: Green Building EcoStruxure Solution Location: Hoofddorp, The Netherlands Number of Buildings: One 17,000 m2 five-story building Applications: Power measurement Power quality mitigation Local LV/MV protection & control Renewable energy conversion HVAC control Lighting control Pump & fan control Video surveillance
  • Design & Construction Owned by private investor Built by BNP Paribas Real Estate & Bouygues Immobilier Designed by famous architect JM Wilmotte Schneider Electric technology and expertise deployed throughout design/build process Project start: January 2006 Project complete: November 2008 One of the 1 st buildings in France to earn HQE certification for new construction Operations Energy audits were conducted once the building was occupied EN 16001 and ISO 14001 energy performance projects were undertaken immediately 2010: first building in France to earn HQE Exploitation Certification, Operation & Maintenance EN 16001 — European energy management standard ISO 14001 — international energy management standard 2011: first building in the world to earn ISO 50001 — international standard for energy management systems 2012, Uses 78 kWh/m2/year—compared to 320 kWh/m2/year used in previous buildings (before site consolidation) EcoStruxure Solution Intelligent Building Management System (iBMS) HVAC, Lighting & Sunblind Control, energy data collection Energy Management Energy Management Information System Energy dashboards for visitors, facility managers, etc. Energy metering by zone by usage in each zone by energy type Security Management Access Control, Intrusion Detection, Video Surveillance Solar PV on-site generation Electric vehicle charging stations Alarm management (elevators, UPS) More info on the HIVE: http://online.schneider-electric.com/Global/corp/Snol/EN/News2010.nsf/viewPreview/F66F4930DA26D0F1C12579E2002BF794?openDocument
  • As the global specialist in energy management, our business itself helps tackling one of the major sustainable development challenge of today: climate change. Our sustainability commitment is aligned with our mission. It is based on five pillars: 1. Spreading Access to energy for those who need it the most We have a programme called BipBop for Business Innovation and People at the Base of the pyramid. The programme created n 2009 aims at helping develop a reliable, affordable green & sustainable access to energy to the people who need it the most The 1.4 billion people still deprived of energy today. For that we have an integrated approach based on a close interaction with local people including Products and solutions as well as Business models Training programmes so that local people have the skills to maintain, sell and develop Example: we have electrified almost 1M households since 01/2009, train almost 7000 young people and supported 200+ entrepreneurs Ex2: we have developed a led-based system called In-Diya that consumed 50% less than a regular light bulb, has a better lighting power and lifetime than any fuel-based existing solution and is much better for people health and wealth!!!: 2. Limiting the impact of our activity on the environment We want to lead by example in terms of carbon, and have the cleanest sites and greenest products. For that, we have : a drastic plan to reduce our energy consumption on sites, using our own solutions A systematic ISO 14001 certification of facilities A label called “Green Premium” to ensure our customers that our products comply with the most stringent environmental regulations (like Reach and RoHS) Ex: the headquarters of SE are a showcase of our solutions (divide by 20% energy savings in the first year of operation), first building in Europe to be certified NF16001 (energy management certification 3. Enhancing the well being of our people For our people, we put health & safety as a priority and thrive for people engagement Every meeting of the executive committee and in every plant starts by health & safety indicators review We measure the recommendation score of our own people in the same way we measure how our customer would recommend us as a supplier. 4. Supporting the development of communities where we operate The Schneider Electric Foundation federates our commitment to the Society, focusing on the training of unprivileged youth in our business to foster professional integration as well as reconstruction programmes after natural disasters. We also support local initiatives to help communities in more than 100 countries. 5. Ethics and responsibility in our operations and our industry: - We are a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact since 2002 - Internally, we have an ethical frame : Our Principles of Responsibility and Responsibility & Ethical Dynamics programme, the code of conduct for all of our employees to respect common principles Global engagements for a green and sustainable industry : we are engaged in global organisations such as the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Alliance to save, energy, Clinton Climate initiative, etc. the Green Grid for green IT, etc. Ex: part of our executive committee member performance is based on sustainability criteria EX: in 2010, we have joined the Word business council for sustainable development. Eventually, our sustainability approach relies on the regular measurement our commitment thanks to a unique tool, the Planet & Society Barometer that sums up our main priorities in terms of sustainability. It is rated on a scale of ten and the current one started in January 2011 and will end in December 2011, the end of our company programme. The results are communicated transparently, every quarter, externally and internally It is audited by and external auditor Sustainability is really part of Schneider Electric DNA
  • On the path to high-performance buildings and beyond

    1. 1. Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation - Complete | June 2011 1On the Path to High-PerformanceBuildings and BeyondMelissa O’MaraChief Catalyst, Smart CitiesTweet Live!#SchneiderXE
    2. 2. Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation - Complete | June 2011 2ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, you will be able to• Identify industry trends driving energy and sustainability goals• Define the next generation of buildings• Identify what benefits high performance buildings deliver• Identify common barriers and enablers and how to overcome them
    3. 3. Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation - Complete | June 2011 3VisionA world where we all can achieve morewhile using less of our common planet.Buildings MissionHelp people make the most of theirenergy, while providing added value throughbuilding services for energy and security.
    4. 4. Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation - Complete | June 2011 4
    5. 5. 5Why do we need high performancebuildings?
    6. 6. Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation - Complete | June 2011 6Global trends and inefficiencies are directlyimpacting performance in the built environmentThe energy dilemmaenergy demand versus the environmentConnectivitytoo many disparate systems in the buildingBuilding life cycle costsinitial capital, ongoing operations and energySecurityas a growing concernSustainabilitythe need to green operations
    7. 7. Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation - Complete | June 2011 7We face an energy dilemmavsEnergy demandBy 2050Electricity by 2030CO2 emissions toavoid dramatic climatechanges by 2050The facts The needSource: IEA 2007Source: IPCC 2007, figure (vs. 1990 level)Frequentpower outagesRisingenergy pricesClimate changeConflicts forresource access& control
    8. 8. 8By 2030Population growth 25%New economies x8 growth2B middle class peopleSecurity threats grow++++
    9. 9. 9High performance buildings are beingbuilt today
    10. 10. 10Horizon • Carros, FranceNet zero energy R&D and manufacturing facility● 40 kWh/m2/year● Low Energy Certified(Effinergie BBC)● HPE QA Certified● Grand Prix SIMI 2011 Winner● 100% renewable energy● Optimized space utilization● Promotes synergies between R&Dand production● Improved occupant well being
    11. 11. 11PastFutureFocus on environmental impact of construction(green design)smart and green come together todeliver “bright green” buildingsFocus on efficiency and operationalperformance over time (LEED EB:O&M)Use of BIM and IPDUse renewable energyNet Zero Energy &Positive Energy buildingsTodayCarbon Neutral buildings,micro grids, eco-citiesConnect to Electrical VehiclesCross-industry innovation is enabling (much) betterbuildings
    12. 12. 12Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011Green Office®Meudon • FranceThe largest positive energy building in the world● Energy production: 62 kWh/m2/yr● Energy consumption: 39 kWh/m2/yr● 10 years ahead of regulations● Collaboration between developer,property manager, occupant,& Schneider Electric
    13. 13. 13Next generation buildings are now designedand built for operational performanceHigh-PerformanceA building thatintegrates andoptimizes all outcomes,including energyefficiency, durability, life-cycle performance, andoccupant productivityNet-ZeroA building with greatlyreduced operationalenergy needs. It ishighly energy efficientand capable ofproducing at leastas much energy overthe course of a year as itdraws from the utilitygrid.Positive EnergyBuildings equipped withtheir own energysources alongside thecity’s green energynetworks, they will bemicro-producers ofrenewable energy. Theywill cover their ownneeds and thanks to theirconnection to smart gridswill be able to adapt theirconsumption to the energyavailable and sell part oftheir production toelectricity operators.
    14. 14. 14Earth Rangers Centre • Ontario, CanadaA demonstration site for new and emerging sustainability technologies● LEED Gold for New Construction● LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings● Greenest building in Canada● StruxureWare Energy Operation forreal-time energy management● 83% more efficient than nationalenergy code (MNECB)● Schneider Electric Foundationinvestment
    15. 15. 16Genzyme Center • Cambridge, USAA landmark green building● LEED Platinum● 40,000 points of control● 900 blinds, 7 heliostats & indoorchandeliers reflect natural light● Reduced energy by 42%● Reduced water usage by 34%● Reduced sick time by 5%
    16. 16. 17And high performance green buildingsmake business sense
    17. 17. 18Being energy efficient is key to beingcompetitive72% of owners are driven moststrongly by the competitiveadvantage gained fromgreening buildings.22McGraw Hill Construction, Green Outlook 2011: Green Trends Driving Growth, 2010Expected Benefits from Green FeaturesSource: McGraw-Hill Construction, 2010.(According to Owners)Decreased Operating CostsAttracting New TenantsIncreased ROIIncreased Building/Asset ValueHigher Tenant Retention/Renewal93%79%71%64%64%Existing buildings withouthigh-performance greenmeasures may:● Be more expensive tocondition, operate, andmaintain.● Run the risk of highvacancy rates.● Face quick asset valuedepreciation.● Give tenants more negotiationpower over lower rentalrates.1
    18. 18. 19Cost benefits of high-performance buildings● Operating costs decrease 13.6% for newconstruction and 8.5% for existingbuilding projects.● Building value increases 10.9% newconstruction and 6.8% existing buildingprojects.● Occupancy increases 6.4% newconstruction and 2.5% existing buildingprojects.● Rent increases 6.1% new constructionand 1% existing building projects.Commercialbuilding ownersCommercialbuilding tenantsIncreased rental rates Lower operating costsAttracting tenants Healthier, cleaner indoorenvironmental qualityCost effective Immediate andmeasureable resultsCompetitive differentiation PR and communitybenefitsRisk mitigation Contribution to triplebottom lineSource: McGraw Hill Construction, Green Outlook 2011:Green Trends Driving Growth, 2010Source: The US Green Building Council, The Business Case for GreenBuilding
    19. 19. 20So…we can build high performance buildingstoday,…and it makes business sense,…and we need them to solve the energydilemma…so why isn’t this “business as usual” forevery building?
    20. 20. 21Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011Barriers and enablers come from the same place.
    21. 21. 22Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011Barriers and enablers come from the same place.…and people can pioneer,collaborate, accelerate andand create new paradigmsof sustainable progressOld processes can stifleinnovation; newprocesses can changethe gameDisparate, old technologydrives cost; integratedsmart technology enablesperformancePeople can get caught inold paradigms, andunwittingly block and stop;Which world do you choose to create?
    22. 22. 23Think process as a game changer…
    23. 23. 24Seeing the building lifecycle process can change thegame from low first cost to low lifecycle cost
    24. 24. Schneider Electric 25- Division - Name – Date• Increasingly companies are opting for alternative delivery methodsinstead of traditional design-bid-buy process to reduce costs1Design and build processes can help or hinderDesigneffort/effectSchematicdesignDevelopdesignConstructiondocumentsAgencypermit/biddingPre-design ConstructionAbility to impact cost and functional capabilitiesCost ofdesignchangesTraditional processIPD processIPD – Integrated Project Delivery1. Integrated Project Delivery for Private and Public Owners – NASFA, COAA,APPA, AGC & AIA 2010
    25. 25. Schneider Electric 26- Smart CitiesBreaking the Financing barrierNew financing models make smart projects affordable to citiesSoftware-as-a-Service(SaaS)Leveraging the cloud to deliversoftware remotely to multiplecustomers, significantlyreducing capital expensesPPP - ConcessionaireModelOperation of infrastructuresystems under agreement withcity, creating additionalrevenue for the cityInformation & PaymentServicesProvision of information orpayment services to cityresidents & businessesbased on collected dataPerformance ContractingThird-party financing of projectswith payback out of guaranteedenergy, water, or operationalcost savingsPPP – Design, Build,Operate TransferCity government outsourcesmanagement of systems orinfrastructure to privatecompany to realize cost savings
    26. 26. 27Strong processes can be measured to ensureresults and enable continuous improvementMeasured evaluation is based on real life and takes into account implementationshortcomings such as•Incorrect settings•actual operation of the building•actual behaviour and number of occupants•Indicators are evaluated by measurements or by calculations based onmeasurements
    27. 27. 28Standards can be used to benchmark process andperformance outcomes - & more work to do hereProductsBuildings SystemsComponentsSTAR RATINGFORBUILDINGSEnergyPerformanceIndex:Category of Building:Type:Climatic Zone:Connected Load:Build up Area:Name of the Building:kWh/ sq m/ year
    28. 28. 29Think technology… as a strategic enabler (ofprocess, business performance and evencompetitive differentiation)
    29. 29. 30Evolution of technologiesTimePastFutureNo system in place to control energyIntelligent Building Management SystemsSmart metering devicesEnergy Management Information Systems(EMIS)Renewable energyIntelligent Building AnalyticsTodayCarbon Neutralbuildings, micro grids,eco-citiesDemand Response ProgramsAutomated controls and sensors (HVAC and Lighting)
    30. 30. 31Integrated Technology InfrastructureLighting ControlSystemsDimmer UnitsLighting ControllersMulti sensorsScene SettingExternal LightingIntegrated SecuritySystemVideo SurveillanceAccess ControlVideo/Audio IntercomIntruder DetectionIntegratedBuildingAutomationHVAC ControlsUtilities MeteringPredictive MaintenanceSCADAMonitoring & TargetingPlug Load ManagementData CenterPhysicalInfrastructurePower DistributionUPSIn-Row Cooling UnitsIntegrated SecurityRoom CoolingEnergy ReclaimLife Safety SystemsFire AlarmEmergency LightingPublic AddressVoice EvacuationFire/Smoke DampersElectrical DistributionHV/MV/LV SwitchgearTransformersGenerator IntegrationBusbar TrunkingPlug & Play DistributionEnergy ManagementBuilding Analytics24/7 Remote ServicesEnergy ModelingBill ValidationDynamic Energy PricingLoad SheddingMaximum DemandRenewable EnergyPower ConversionCharge ControlPower StorageICTServersDigital Video recordingPoE SwitchesFirewallsQuality of ServiceDigital Signage
    31. 31. Schneider Electric 32- Division - Name – DateOur goal: High Performance by yourstandardsThe SE ApproachInnovative holistic technology:SmartStruxure platform controlsand integrates building systemsValue-added local support: providesbroad service portfolioBuilding Analytics ManagedServices:includes experienced engineeringrecommendations to solvepersistent costly inefficienciesProven ResultsConvergenceHVAC controlLighting controlAccess controlVideo surveillanceElectrical distributionEnergy monitoring & controlMotor controlCritical power & coolingRenewable energiesInteroperability and opennessto third-party systems
    32. 32. Schneider Electric 33- Division - Name – DateBuilding Analytics definedBuilding Analytics enables muchsmarter management processesA SMART managed service…provides actionable intelligence and expert guidance with clear prioritized assetoptimization recommendations that are based on statistical analysis, performancetrending, and automated diagnostics with results that improve the energy, comfortand financial well being of buildings.Software ServicesCloudBasedFault Detection& DiagnosisRemote Monitoring& AnalysisReporting &Maintenance
    33. 33. Schneider Electric 34- Division - Name – DateExtending value of existing BMSBuildingAutomation System● integrates building systems● performs control tasks as designed● reacts to current state conditions● provides notification of nonconformance orexceeding threshold settingsIdeal for Operations & Maintenanceto maintain day-to-day building operationsBuilding AnalyticsManaged Service● analyzes trend performance energy, maintenance &comfort information over a given period - day,month, year● automatically quantifies and identifies persistentperformance issues in the building(s) or site● top issue validation made by experienced buildingengineer along with recommendations to remedyIdeal for engineering planningto pinpoint top energy, maintenance, andcomfort priorities that can maximize O&Mresources and budget
    34. 34. 35…and makes sure you can measure and improveperformance across your building portfolio
    35. 35. 36Think people… as strategic catalysts (ofprocess, technology, integration andinnovation )
    36. 36. 37We recognize that innovation requires people- the heart of our strategyCollaboration• Public-private partnerships• Cross-business alliances• Competitiveness projectsSkills• Renew competencies• Build new educational programmes• Develop maintenance, audits, etc.Individual behaviours driven by…• Technology that makes things visible• Regulations• IncentivesRespect andpassion fordiversity• Loving difference• Diversity forinnovation
    37. 37. 389,000R&Dengineers70 sites in22 countriesWithin an innovation eco-systemfor a simpler and greener futureEnvironmentallyfriendlyEnergyefficientOpen andconnectedAvailable 24/7,on site and remoteSo we can be…We start today…Partnering with 50+best-in-class public andprivate organisationsLeading globalprojects for Intelligentbuildings, renewables,nanotechnologiesBoostingstandardisationZigbee, IEC, NEMAHomesMinalogicSmartElectricityFunding start-upsSchneider ElectricVenture capital fundDemandresponse,softwarebreakthrough
    38. 38. 39Where is your organization?
    39. 39. 40Who are your internal early adopters? Have you enabledthem to pilot high performance buildings? Will yourorganization take the lead or lag behind?
    40. 40. 41High Performance buildings have jumped“The Chasm”With trends moving towards integrated systems inbuildings it is now recognized that we have “jumpedthe chasm”
    41. 41. 42Let’s collaborate to pave the path to highperformance buildings and beyondapeopleprocesstechnology●partnering●innovating●accelerating frompilot to voluntary tostandard (BAU)●leading thetransformation to asustainable future
    42. 42. 43Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011Make the most ofyour energySM
    43. 43. 44Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011TNT Centre • Hoofddorp, The NetherlandsOne of Europe’s most sustainable buildings● LEED Platinum Certified● GreenCalc+ 1006● Positive energy● Carbon neutral● 100% renewable energy● 10% reduced total cost of ownership● 1.5% increase in workforce productivity
    44. 44. 45Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011Schneider Electric’s headquarters÷4Final energyconsumption vs. previoussites in the area78 kwh/m²/yrFinal energy consumptionROI in 5 to 7 yearsCertifiedISO14001HQE ExploitationNF EN16001ISO 50001: first certifiedbuilding in the world!A Green building● Equipped with Schneider Electric solutions● Electric Vehicles charging station with PVsolar panel roof,● Smart grid-ready
    45. 45. 46Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011inclusionequityEthics &responsibilityTackling the stakes of today and tomorrow tosupport Schneider Electric’s responsible growthCarbonResourcesGlobalisationpovertyNew economiesAccess toenergyEnvironmentprotectionPeople well beingGreen businessEnergy efficiencyRenewablesElectric VehiclesDemand responseSocialcommitmentResponsible company Measured commitmentObjective 2011: 8/10January 2009 start: 3/10•Communicate quarterly•Audited annually•Revised with eachcompany programme
    46. 46. 47Schneider Electric | Buildings Business | Corporate Presentation Summary | June 2011Schneider Electric – the global specialistin energy managementbillion € sales(last twelve months)of sales in new economies(last twelve months)people in 100+ countriesof sales devoted to R&DResidential 9%Utilities & Infrastructure 24%Industrial & machines 22%Data centres 16%Non-residential buildings 29%Balanced geographies – FY 2011salesDiversified end markets – FY 2011 salesNorthAmerica23%AsiaPacific27%Rest ofWorld18%WesternEurope32%