Schneider Electric named NECEC’s Clean Energy Company of the year

Schneider Electric has been named Clean Energy Company of the Year by the Northeast Clean Energy Council.

The award recognizes Schneider Electric for its leadership and contributions to the region’s clean energy economy, unwavering commitment to provide innovative business models, connected technologies and solutions, and significant deployment of clean energy in the Northeast region, a press release says.

“We take great pride in this recognition as it acknowledges our commitment to our core mission. We believe that access to energy is a fundamental, basic human right. At the same time, we are also convinced that the current way of managing, consuming and producing energy is unsustainable,” said Kevin Self, Senior Vice President, Strategy, Business Development and Government Affairs, Schneider Electric. “At Schneider Electric we are energy optimists – we believe the solution is possible by using the technologies of today to help our customers manage their energy better. From the convergence of IT and OT, to the advancement of renewables, the energy landscape is evolving and we are excited to be part of the solution.”

Schneider Electric is a specialist in energy management and automation and has more than 160,000 employees serving customers in more than 100 countries.

NECEC helps clean energy companies start, scale and succeed with business, innovation and policy leadership.

Schneider Electric worked on the rehabilitation of the 226-MW Osage hydro project on the Osage River in Missouri.

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Elizabeth Ingram is content director for the Hydro Review website and HYDROVISION International. She has more than 17 years of experience with the hydroelectric power industry. Follow her on Twitter @ElizabethIngra4 .

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