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Schneider Electric`s Hyderabad Plant Receives 1st Prize at the National Energy Conservation Awards, 2011

The Bureau of Energy Efficiency, the nodal central body for promoting energy efficiency in India, today awarded Schneider Electric India, a global specialist in energy management, the ‘first prize’ at the just concluded National Energy Conservation Awards 2011, which was inaugurated by the Honorable Prime Minister of India, Mr. Manmohan Singh. The award was given to Schneider Electric India for its Hyderabad plant under the ‘general category.’ The award was presented to Mr. Olivier Blum, Country President & Managing Director, Schneider Electric India, by the Union Minister of Power, Mr. Sushil Kumar Shinde on the occasion of National Energy Conservation Day. The National Energy Conservation Awards are given to organizations which have made systematic and serious attempts for efficient utilization and conservation of energy in various sectors such as industrial units, buildings, municipalities, etc. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Olivier Blum, Country President & Managing Director, Schneider Electric India said, “We are honoured to receive this prestigious award from the Government of India. Schneider Electric has always promoted and propagated energy efficiency through its wide range of products and solutions that cater to various sectors. We are committed to sustainable growth, and energy efficiency remains the cornerstone to enable this. This recognition by the Government of India further strengthens our resolve and commitment towards implementing energy management measures in our own 31 manufacturing facilities, which in turn enables our customers to minimize power losses and maximize the efficiency and productivity of their operations.” India has been on top of the agenda of Schneider Electric in the past ten years. With six acquisitions in the past two years, India features as the no. 7 country in terms of Group sales with a headcount of approx 11,500 on payrolls including about 1,000 R&D engineers. Schneider Electric’s Hyderabad global plant was set up in 2006. Over the past several years, the plant has put in place several energy conservation measures such as redesigning of the lighting systems, installation of energy efficient pumps, improving HVAC efficiency, etc. Continued efforts to improve the energy efficiency of the operations at the plant resulted in specific energy savings of 15% in 2010-11 as compared to the previous
 
 
   
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