A major steel manufacturer created a resilient energy strategy, blasting with a rigorous energy portfolio review, then casting it with a tailored, flexible purchasing approach that includes solar energy.
As the energy landscape evolves, an Energy Manager's responsibilities are growing dramatically. Learn more ...
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Market energy prices and volatility are challenging energy managers in Europe and around the world. Hear from Schneider Electric how to protect your business.
As the energy landscape evolves, an Energy Manager's responsibilities are growing dramatically. Learn more about these shifts, and what it means for you as an Energy Manager.
Do customers and investors really care about renewable energy? Why wouldn't I just wait until renewable power is mandated? These questions and more answered in part III of this FAQ.
What renewable power options are best for my company? How will renewable sourcing impact our overall energy strategy? These questions and more answered in part II of this FAQ.
What renewable options are available to C&I buyers? Which suppliers offer the best deals? What risks does my company face by using renewables? These questions and more answered in part I of this FAQ.
Decline in cost of renewables is driving energy market convergence. In this Q&A, experts at Schneider Electric respond to some of the most common questions we receive about energy convergence.
No longer is renewable energy an add-on for only the most progressive and environmentally-minded organizations. Rather, renewables have become a smart business strategy for all companies.
Companies are leaving money on the table – potentially up to figures in the millions – by not taking advantage of strategic sourcing techniques. Learn what's at stake in our new blog.
Part I: A brief history of green power, then brown power, then green power again.
Part II: Where are we going and what do we do when we get there?
With market maturation comes new complexities & considerations. Ensure a green power solution will serve your organization as it should by doing these 4 things first.