Winning Net Zero Leaders at TELCA has been inspiring

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New era for London drinking water after £20m IT upgrade

The new system monitors operations of the five big treatment works in London and more than 200 other facilities

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Smarter Grid Solutions appointed to project to help free up grid capacity for clean power

The firm has been appointed Active Network Management partner for the innovative QUEST project, which is expected to save networks more than £250m

Air and vacuum technologies ‘are key to phasing out SF6 from the world’s electrical infrastructure’

That’s the suggestion from Schneider Electric’s Executive Vice President Power Systems, Frederic Godemel, and David Hall, Vice President Power Systems, UK & Ireland

Plans unveiled for €1.6bn gigafactory in France to supercharge growing battery demand

Production in the gigafactory is scheduled to begin in 2023 with a capacity of 16GWh of battery cells which will later increase to 50GWh

‘Our reliance on IT is going to grow massively in the future’

That’s the suggestion from Kevin Brown, Senior Vice President of Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division who spoke to FNZ Founder Sumit Bose about the opportunities from the interaction of infrastructure, IT and the grid

Social and economic structures ‘must be more in tune with sustainability’

That’s the suggestion from Mike Hughes, UK & Ireland Zone President at Schneider Electric, who spoke to future Net Zero Founder Sumit Bose last week

Vacuum/air switchgear technologies ‘will be able to completely replace SF6’

That’s the suggestion from Frederic Godemel, Executive Vice President Power Systems at Schneider Electric, who spoke to ELN at the firm’s Innovation Summit 2019 in Barcelona

Mike Hughes: Big business and green movement are totally compatible

The Zone President for Schneider Electric UK & Ireland said the UK’s 2050 net zero goal is a ‘hugely ambitious step’ and gives businesses a focus on where to invest

Complete EXPO headline panel debate

Our headline speakers have discussed climate change and the energy sector