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Schneider Electric: EPA Recognizes Company as a 2016 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year



Andover, Mass. — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Schneider Electric as a 2016 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year. This Service and Product Provider Award was presented to Schneider Electric for the company’s efforts to increase energy efficiency and sustainability in commercial, manufacturing, and public-sector buildings.

An ENERGY STAR partner for nearly a decade, Schneider Electric has:

• Benchmarked more than 26,000 facilities using ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager.

• Used Portfolio Manager audits to identify nearly $6.3 million in annual energy savings across 17.5 million total square feet of space.

• Helped customers earn ENERGY STAR recognition for more than 350 buildings.

“On a daily basis, we see the value that ENERGY STAR benchmarking and certification brings to our clients,” said John Hoekstra, director of sustainability and clean tech services, Schneider Electric. “Their individual efforts are all the more important when the efficiency and environmental outcomes are viewed as a whole. ENERGY STAR has been a catalyst for programs that bring bottom-line savings and climate action together.”

To facilitate the collection and analysis of data needed for ENERGY STAR, Schneider Electric integrated the Portfolio Manager tool with Resource Advisor, cloud-based software that helps organizations see, measure, and manage energy and sustainability initiatives across an enterprise. This connection allows the seamless exchange of information between the platforms, reducing data entry, and improving integrity and building performance.

“Schneider Electric is helping businesses and organizations save money, save energy, and do their part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change,” said EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy. 

Starting in 1992, ENERGY STAR and partners have helped prevent more than 2.4 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions. ENERGY STAR and its partners provided more than $11 billion in societal benefits due to reducing damages from climate change in 2014 alone.

For more information on the award and ENERGY STAR, visit For additional detail on Schneider Electric’s Energy and Sustainability Services, visit


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