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  • In front of the challenge , we have (on demand usage management and consequent C02 reduction by consumption optimisation) durable solutions provided they are fully implemented ( regulation is a key in massive implementation ) Reaching the targets ( less 20% in 2020) = compulsory implementation of the full range of our proposals on usage optimisation , it is time to implement active EE on top of the historical implementation of passive EE ( even if passive EE has to go on ) Implementation on existing built in environment is key to reach 2020 targets and the beauty of our proposals is that they can be implemented easily and with low investment on existing
  • If this trends are going as historically , we are speeding in front af the wall ! We are in 2005 at 380 ppm CO2 concentration coming from 280 one hundred year ago and we are speeding exponentially at + 30 to 50 ppm extra CO2 per 10 years! We have to know that limiting global warming to 2°C extra average temp ( with 50% chance on 100 ) means stabilizing CO2 at 450 ppm during the next decades … it’s more than time to react !
  • Energy usage = 44% of GHG emissions = 53% of CO2 emissions Half of this = Electricity usage with almost 4% growth per year due to so many advantage in usage Thermal Energy by direct fuel combustion is used mainly in heating ( domestic , building and industrial use ) and can be optimised by automation & control through electrical powered systems Transportation is often on top of agenda ( due to traffic congestions , pollution issues and visibility of measures such as glittering tramways) but overall contribution to GHG emissions ( 4 times less than Energy usage) and investments actual levels in font of emissions stakes can be questioned !!!  Schneider Electric focus on the most contributive source of Green House Gas emission : energy usage ! Thanks to our solutions we impact ont only electricity consumption but also other energy thanks to automation/regulations ≈ 44% GHG come from non-transportation energy use = Commercial & residential buildings > 15% Industry & associated processes > 27% Electricity T&D losses ≈ 2%
  • I would say Schneider Electric has solutions to cope with 73% of the issue ! Schneider Electric made a strong strategic move by acquisitions bringing capacity to master thermal energy usage in buildings ( Building automation & control systems) as well as in applications such as Critical Power and Cooling solutions in Data Centers Schneider Electric probably means more Schneider Energy than Schneider Electric Sources: EERE Building Energy Databook 2006 EERE Manufacturing Systems Footprint , http://www1.eere.energy.gov/industry/energy_systems/pdfs/mfg_footprint.pdf
  • Generation efficiency and clean fuel technology are key but end use avoidance brings big benefits Saving 1 unit of electricity at the end user is more effective than building a power plant that is twice as efficient as today’s plants  Saving one unit on demand side = saving 3 units of primary energy ( the oil or the coal necessary to supply that energy unit ) due to overall efficiency of electrical chain !!! ATTENTION!!! BECAREFULL !!! That does not mean we should not use Nuclear electricity for heating ! That does not mean Solar heating or windmill elec heating hot water is worst than gaz heating hot water ! When considering the efficiency of the whole chain from petrol extraction to low efficiency of combustion vehicle motors , it’s not worthy to develop electical vehicles ! We have to mention that any saved Kwh in demand = 3 times saving in primary energy ( pus delaying generation investment ) but we have to be careful not to say that electricity is a bloody non efficient energy ware Some notes on generation and transmission losses : Converting kWh of electricity to Btu is not a trivial issue, because the amount of input energy needed to create a kWh of electricity is far greater than the amount of useful energy in the kWh at its point of use. Site (point-of-use) electricity, at the universal value of 3,412 Btu/kWh. This value is useful to engineers, energy managers, and others trying to evaluate energy efficiency Primary electricity, at a value that reflects the content of the energy inputs used to produce the electricity. This rate is most useful to policymakers and analysts who are considering global resources and environmental issues. For convenience and consistency, a factor is traditionally used to convert point-of-use electricity use to primary electricity - 10,447 Btu/kWh for 1985, 10,324 Btu/kWh for 1988, 10,352 Btu/kWh for 1991and 10,280 Btu/kWh for 1994 in US The true conversion values for the range of electricity estimates are unknown For some type of utility energy inputs--hydroelectric, wood/waste, wind, and solar (thermal or photovoltaic), there is no generally accepted conversion rate. The fossil-fueled, nuclear, and geothermal generation processes have known but different conversion rates, so the overall conversion rate for these energy sources is a function of their mix.
  • Energy Challenge > Ensuring energy availability while preserving the environment
  •  There are opportunities everywhere : supply side, demand side and in the interaction of the two. On the supply side - the objectives are more efficient generation, cleaner generation, and more efficient distribution. Moving generation closer to the user (distributed generation) eliminates losses making production more efficient. This includes may green alternative such as solar, wind, and CHP. Clean fuel technologies and carbon sequestration or necessary but the investments are long term On the demand side - the objectives are more efficient use and conservation There are opportunities to save energy in every segment of end use. The technology to do this is available today and it is economically feasible In the middle you have programs that automatically meter and monitor to shed and manage loads based on utility needs and customer costs. The key to implementation here is the understanding and analysis of information.
  •  There are opportunities everywhere : supply side, demand side and in the interaction of the two. On the supply side - the objectives are more efficient generation, cleaner generation, and more efficient distribution. Moving generation closer to the user (distributed generation) eliminates losses making production more efficient. This includes may green alternative such as solar, wind, and CHP. Clean fuel technologies and carbon sequestration or necessary but the investments are long term On the demand side - the objectives are more efficient use and conservation There are opportunities to save energy in every segment of end use. The technology to do this is available today and it is economically feasible In the middle you have programs that automatically meter and monitor to shed and manage loads based on utility needs and customer costs. The key to implementation here is the understanding and analysis of information.
  •  There are opportunities everywhere : supply side, demand side and in the interaction of the two. On the supply side - the objectives are more efficient generation, cleaner generation, and more efficient distribution. Moving generation closer to the user (distributed generation) eliminates losses making production more efficient. This includes may green alternative such as solar, wind, and CHP. Clean fuel technologies and carbon sequestration or necessary but the investments are long term On the demand side - the objectives are more efficient use and conservation There are opportunities to save energy in every segment of end use. The technology to do this is available today and it is economically feasible In the middle you have programs that automatically meter and monitor to shed and manage loads based on utility needs and customer costs. The key to implementation here is the understanding and analysis of information.
  • Up to 40% of the potential savings for a motor system are realized by the Drive & Automation Up to 30% of the potential for savings in a building lighting system can be realized via the lighting control system
  • Up to 40% of the potential savings for a motor system are realized by the Drive & Automation Up to 30% of the potential for savings in a building lighting system can be realized via the lighting control system Efficient devices and efficient installation (10 to 15 %) Low consumption devices, insulated building… Optimized usage of installation and devices (5 to 15%) Turn off devices when not needed, regulate motors or heating at the optimized level… Permanent monitoring and improvement program (2 to 8%) Rigorous maintenance program, measure and react in case of deviation
  • Energy Efficiency needs a structured and persistent approach Diagnosis ( very much on top of some agendas ) is not enough , what costs is getting the results , only companies having the means to be active in the whole process steps can be with there clients up to the real savings and results Energy Efficeincy is an issue where a risk sharing and a win win relation shall be established to reach the goal ( as in performance contracting or Energy Edge ) As targets are fixed over long timeframe ( less 20% in 2020 , less 50% in 2050 ) for clients EE programs are not one shot and permanent improvement over the time is key , so frame services contracts should be the way to deal with key clients
  • Energy Efficiency needs a structured and persistent approach Diagnosis ( very much on top of some agendas ) is not enough , what costs is getting the results , only companies having the means to be active in the whole process steps can be with there clients up to the real savings and results Energy Efficeincy is an issue where a risk sharing and a win win relation shall be established to reach the goal ( as in performance contracting or Energy Edge ) As targets are fixed over long timeframe ( less 20% in 2020 , less 50% in 2050 ) for clients EE programs are not one shot and permanent improvement over the time is key , so frame services contracts should be the way to deal with key clients
  • Energy Efficiency needs a structured and persistent approach Diagnosis ( very much on top of some agendas ) is not enough , what costs is getting the results , only companies having the means to be active in the whole process steps can be with there clients up to the real savings and results Energy Efficeincy is an issue where a risk sharing and a win win relation shall be established to reach the goal ( as in performance contracting or Energy Edge ) As targets are fixed over long timeframe ( less 20% in 2020 , less 50% in 2050 ) for clients EE programs are not one shot and permanent improvement over the time is key , so frame services contracts should be the way to deal with key clients
  • Energy Efficiency needs a structured and persistent approach Diagnosis ( very much on top of some agendas ) is not enough , what costs is getting the results , only companies having the means to be active in the whole process steps can be with there clients up to the real savings and results Energy Efficeincy is an issue where a risk sharing and a win win relation shall be established to reach the goal ( as in performance contracting or Energy Edge ) As targets are fixed over long timeframe ( less 20% in 2020 , less 50% in 2050 ) for clients EE programs are not one shot and permanent improvement over the time is key , so frame services contracts should be the way to deal with key clients
  • Energy Efficiency needs a structured and persistent approach Diagnosis ( very much on top of some agendas ) is not enough , what costs is getting the results , only companies having the means to be active in the whole process steps can be with there clients up to the real savings and results Energy Efficeincy is an issue where a risk sharing and a win win relation shall be established to reach the goal ( as in performance contracting or Energy Edge ) As targets are fixed over long timeframe ( less 20% in 2020 , less 50% in 2050 ) for clients EE programs are not one shot and permanent improvement over the time is key , so frame services contracts should be the way to deal with key clients
  • I would say Schneider Electric has solutions to cope with 73% of the issue ! Schneider Electric made a strong strategic move by acquisitions bringing capacity to master thermal energy usage in buildings ( Building automation & control systems) as well as in applications such as Critical Power and Cooling solutions in Data Centers Schneider Electric probably means more Schneider Energy than Schneider Electric Sources: EERE Building Energy Databook 2006 EERE Manufacturing Systems Footprint , http://www1.eere.energy.gov/industry/energy_systems/pdfs/mfg_footprint.pdf
  • 30% energy saving is achievable with today technologies and 30% energy saving is what we need to do if we want to reach Kyoto objectives
  • Energy Efficiency needs a structured and persistent approach Diagnosis ( very much on top of some agendas ) is not enough , what costs is getting the results , only companies having the means to be active in the whole process steps can be with there clients up to the real savings and results Energy Efficeincy is an issue where a risk sharing and a win win relation shall be established to reach the goal ( as in performance contracting or Energy Edge ) As targets are fixed over long timeframe ( less 20% in 2020 , less 50% in 2050 ) for clients EE programs are not one shot and permanent improvement over the time is key , so frame services contracts should be the way to deal with key clients
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    1. 1. Tackling energy challengesthrough Energy EfficiencySolutionsJuly 2008
    2. 2. Committed to the energy dilemma…we are "Energy Optimists" 2 We provide solutions x The increase in energy for energy efficiency energy audits energy efficiency consumption by 2050 enabling products energy management solutions ÷2 … for residential, commercial and industrial buildings The CO2 emissions reduction to avoid dramatic climate changes by 2050 … for industrial processesSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 2
    3. 3. The energy dilemmaSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 3
    4. 4. The energy and CO2 emission challenge CO2 u World consumption up indu p 33% si st n 45% since 1980, 70% rising rial revo ce faste lu higher by 2030 r than tion, ever Resource competition & ets political instability keep m ark mand g ing ew de prices high E mer of n > 75% ●Coal use continues to grow in emerging marketsThese trends are here to last unless we act ! Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 4
    5. 5. We can not stop world population orenergy demand growth… But we can change the way we use energy and reduce GHG emissionsSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 5
    6. 6. Buildings and Industry are the 1st GHGemission contributors… Industrial process reactions & fugitive Land use Change emissions● ≈ 44% GHG contribution comes (deforestation) and agriculture 7% from buildings & Industry 14% Transportation 35% ● 3x larger than GHG contribution from transportation 44%● In industry &buildings: ● 70% of electricity is generated via coal or hydrocarbons ● 90% of heat and process activities GHG from Building burn hydrocarbons & Industry Energy UseData extracted from WRI: navigating the numbers 2005Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 6
    7. 7. …and also the first energy consumers !●Energy use split 31% >2% 18% 21% 28% Industry Data centres & Buildings Residential Transportation & Infrastructure networksMain energy consumption is for heating, cooling, motors, lighting, electronics andappliances Source: EERE Building Energy Data book 2006 EERE Manufacturing Systems Footprint , http://www1.eere.energy.gov/industry/energy_systems/pdfs/mfg_footprint.pdfSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 7
    8. 8. And remember: a small save at home isa big save at the power plant ! Coal 100 units 35 units 33 units 1 unit saved at 3 units saved at home the power plantSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 8
    9. 9. 30% global energy saving ! 1 year of electricity from 20,000 coal-fired power plants 12 Gigatons CO2e/yearSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 9
    10. 10. Take the Energy challenge● Meet energy demand of a growing global population● Ensure stable and secure energy access for all nations● Bring electricity to the 1.6 billion people without access● Stabilize climate impact from energy emissions● Establish sensible legislation allowing business to grow in an effective and socially responsible mannerSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 10
    11. 11. Energy challenges & opportunitiesare everywhere Supply Side Demand Side More Efficient and More Efficient Use Cleaner Supply Conservation & ManagementSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 11
    12. 12. Energy challenges & opportunitiesare everywhere Supply Side Demand Side More Efficient and More Efficient Use Cleaner Supply Conservation & Management Cleaner supplies will take Current technologies allow us time to implement to target 30% savingsSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 12
    13. 13. Energy challenges & opportunitiesare everywhere Supply Side Demand Supply Demand Side Management More Efficient and + More Efficient Use Cleaner Supply Metering & Analysis Conservation & Management Cleaner supplies will take Current technologies allow us time to implement to target 30% savings We must develop technologies We must focus on Energy and business models to increase Efficiency to solve our energy renewable energies penetration dilemma Mid term approach Short term actionSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 13
    14. 14. Because action is required now,Energy Efficiency is a Must ●Cheaper ●Each kWh saved avoids about 3x the generation production ●Demand response programs cost about half of typical electricity costs ●Quicker ●Technology is available today with short term results ●Cleaner ●“Negawatt” produces no environmental footprint ●Enhanced Security ●EE is homegrown, it reduces dependence on importsSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 14
    15. 15. 30% Savings are available today…Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 15
    16. 16. 30% savings are available today…… thanks to a combination of 100% • Up to 8% per year is lost without monitoring and maintenance program • Up to 12% per year is lost without installation (10 to 15%) Efficient devices and regulation and control systems automation (5 to 15%) Optimized usage via 70% Consumption Monitoring & Maintenance (2 to 8 %) Energy TimeSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 16
    17. 17. … but savings can be lost quickly… ● Unplanned, unmanaged shutdowns of equipment and processes ● Lack of automation and regulation (motors, heating) ● No continuity of behaviours100% Up to 8% per year is lost without monitoring and Efficient devices and installation maintenance Optimized usage via automation70% programConsumption Up to 12% per year is lost without Monitoring & Maintenance regulation andEnergy control systems Time Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 17
    18. 18. Sustaining Energy savings is easy,just follow the 4 Energy Efficiency steps1 Measure2 Fix the basics3 Automate4 Monitor and ImproveSchneider Electric -Energy Efficiency --07/2008 Electric- Energy Efficiency 02/2008 18
    19. 19. Sustaining Energy savings is easy,just follow the 4 Energy Efficiency steps 1 Measure ●Energy meters ●Power quality meters2 Fix the basics3 Automate4 Monitor and ImproveSchneider Electric -Energy Efficiency --07/2008 Electric- Energy Efficiency 02/2008 19
    20. 20. Sustaining Energy savings is easy,just follow the 4 Energy Efficiency steps1 Measure 2 Fix the basics ●Low consumption devices ●Insulation material ●Power quality ●Power reliability3 Automate4 Monitor and ImproveSchneider Electric -Energy Efficiency --07/2008 Electric- Energy Efficiency 02/2008 20
    21. 21. Sustaining Energy savings is easy,just follow the 4 Energy Efficiency steps1 Measure2 Fix the basics 3 Automate ●Building Management Systems ●Lighting Control Systems ●Motor control systems ●Home control systems4 Monitor and Improve ●Variable speed driveSchneider Electric -Energy Efficiency --07/2008 Electric- Energy Efficiency 02/2008 21
    22. 22. Sustaining Energy savings is easy,just follow the 4 Energy Efficiency steps1 Measure2 Fix the basics3 Automate 4 Monitor and Improve ●Energy management software ●Remote monitoring systemsSchneider Electric -Energy Efficiency --07/2008 Electric- Energy Efficiency 02/2008 22
    23. 23. Lifecycle solutions for Energy EfficiencySchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 23
    24. 24. Lifecycle solutions for Energy EfficiencyEnergy Audit& Measure Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 24
    25. 25. Lifecycle solutions for Energy EfficiencyEnergy Audit& Measure Passive Energy Efficiency Fix the basics Low consumption devices, insulation material, power factor correction Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 25
    26. 26. Lifecycle solutions for Energy EfficiencyEnergy Audit& Measure Passive Energy Efficiency Optimise through Fix the basics automation & regulation Low consumption devices, HVAC control, lighting control, insulation material, power variable speed drives… factor correction Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 26
    27. 27. Lifecycle solutions for Energy EfficiencyEnergy Audit& Measure Passive Energy Efficiency Active Energy Efficiency Optimise through Monitor, Fix the basics automation & maintain, regulation improve Low consumption devices, HVAC control, lighting control, Meters installation, monitoring insulation material, power variable speed drives… services, EE analysis software factor correction Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 27
    28. 28. What we can dofor you?Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 28
    29. 29. Schneider Electric is involved in72% of end user energyconsumption We can help you make savings!Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 29
    30. 30. Where are the savings ? Industry & Data centres & Buildings Residential infrastructure networksAverage facility can Power & cooling can Renovation can yield EE products may savereduce consumption by reduce power up to 30% of energy 10% to 40% in10 to 20% consumption by 20 to savings electricity 30%  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 Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 30
    31. 31. Energy saving ROI improves as energyprices rise Energy price Years paybacks* 0,11 5,0 0,105 Based on an actual 4,5 0,1 commercial building. Cents/KWh●Project Cost $1M, 0, 095 4,0 Years●Electricity saving 0,093500MWh 0,085 3,5●Project cost and 0,08energy savings fixed. 3,0 0,075 0,07 2,5 0,065 0,06 2,0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Payback time has decreased 30% over 5 years due to increase in energy prices •Example based on a US commercial building projectSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 •DOE -US Average Retail Cost of Electricity 1993 thru 2007 31
    32. 32. We contribute through our solutions ! • Building Management • Energy Audits • Consulting services Solutions • Power management solutions • Motor control solutions • Lighting control solutions • Home control solutions • Monitoring servicesSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 32
    33. 33. Solutions for residential & small buildings● Enabling products ● Dimmers, timers, movement & presence detectors, specific switches, light sensitive switches ● Programmable time switch for HVAC & Motors ● Variable speed drive for motors● Management systems ● Shutter control systems ● Lighting Control systems ● Home control systems● Added value services ● Remote control ● Multimedia control ● Alarm handlingSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 33
    34. 34. Solutions for medium & large buildings● Enabling products ● Dimmers, timers, movement & presence detectors, switches ● Thermostat, floor heating control ● Variable speed drives for HVAC, pumps, motors ● Power compensation and filtering products● Management systems ● Building management systems ● Power monitoring and analysis● Added value services ● Site audits ● Data Collection and Analysis ● Financial Analysis & ROI Validation, ● Planning of Improvement plan ● Remote monitoring and optimizationSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 34
    35. 35. 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 systems● Added value services ● Site audits ● Data Collection and Analysis ● Financial Analysis & ROI Validation, ● Planning of Improvement plan ● Remote monitoring and optimizationSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 35
    36. 36. Solutions for data centers & networks● Enabling products ● Ultra-high efficiency UPS, HV AC power distribution ● Scalable, Modular Power and Cooling Systems ● Close-coupled cooling, Thermal Containment ● Electrical distribution and industrial control products● Management systems ● Capacity & Change Management software ● InfraStruXure Central DC Management software ● Building & Room surveillance & Security● Added value services ● Plan - Assessment and site audits ● Build - Project Management, Installation, Testing, Integration ● Operate - Cleaning, Inspection, Corrective maintenanceSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 36
    37. 37. M ore tha n 5 0 E E s t a n d a r d s o lu t io n s a n d 3 0 0 E E e n a b lin g p r o d u c t s a r e a v a ila b le u r E E la b e ls h e lp y o um a k e t h e r ig h t c h o ic e : Schneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 37
    38. 38. Customer references ● US National Carwash company : 33% energy savings thanks to motion, drives and electrical distribution solution ● Amiens, France, reduces its lighting bill by 30% thanks to Lubio™ optimised lighting solution ● Delhi, India cut its power consumption by 40% thanks to equivalent systems ● Eco-building Technopolis : 30% energy savings thanks to T.A.C Vista® through continuous monitoring of water treatment, HVAC, lifts and key functions of the buildingSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 38
    39. 39. Schneider Electric: your energy specialistfor significant and sustainable savings● Your energy manager… improving business via metering, monitoring, control solutions and cost optimization services● Your energy expert… improving business via consultative services, technical and behavioral energy action plans and implementation services● Your green partner improving business via environmentally friendly and energy reducing productsSchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 39
    40. 40. Make the most of your energySchneider Electric- Energy Efficiency - 07/2008 40

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