Schneider Electric Announces Keynotes for Dallas Xperience Efficiency Event

Schneider Electric Announces Keynotes for Dallas Xperience Efficiency Event 
Former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins
and Former Dallas Cowboys Star Quarterback Roger Staubach Highlight
Keynote Addresses at Dallas Edition of Global Event Series 
PALATINE, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/13 --  Schneider Electric, a
global specialist in energy management, today announced the schedule
of keynote addresses to be delivered at its Dallas Xperience
Efficiency event, June 18, 19 and 20. Xperience Efficiency 2013 is a
global event series that will highlight solutions to today's energy,
efficiency and sustainability challenges. The series started in
Washington, D.C. this month and travels to cities around the world,
including Dallas, throughout this year. Schneider Electric
executives, customers and industry thought leaders will be brought
together during the event series to share knowledge on how to solve
today's energy and sustainability challenges. 
The world-class keynote addresses will share a vision for the future
of efficiency in the context of global forces driving change in our
society, including economic and government rebalancing; urbanization;
digitization; and sustainable resources. Keynotes at the Dallas
Xperience Efficiency event include:  


 
--  Kay Bailey Hutchison, former United States Senator from Texas, served
    1993-2013. A member of the Republican Party and the first woman to
    represent Texas in the U.S. Senate. Forbes Magazine named Kay one of
    the 100 Most Powerful Women.
--  Roger Staubach, Executive Chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle Americas and
    former Dallas Cowboys quarterback. After leading the Cowboys to
    victories in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII, Roger founded The
    Staubach Company, a multi-billion dollar real estate company. In July
    2008, The Staubach Company merged with Jones Lang LaSalle, bringing
    together the unique strengths of two powerful organizations into one
    integrated global company.
--  Roberta Gamble, Vice President and Partner, Energy & Environment,
    Frost & Sullivan, works closely with major energy-related
    companies -- including equipment manufacturers, service providers, and
    utilities -- to direct energy research.
--  Andrew M. Harris, Vice President for Finance and Administration and
    Charles Jackson, Assistant Vice President for Facilities at University
    of North Texas. Andrew provides stewardship over the University's
    annual budget, advises the president about financial issues and
    deliver support services to enhance the education and research mission
    of UNT. Charles is responsible for planning, renovation, maintenance,
    and repair of university buildings and facilities, as well as the
    provision of utilities, vehicle rental, refuse collection, custodial
    and other services for UNT.
--  Scott Hinson, Lab Director at Pecan Street Inc., leads the development
    of the Pike Powers Laboratory and Center for Commercialization for
    Pecan Street Inc., a leading smart grid and consumer energy research
    organization based in Austin, Texas.
--  Judge Clay Jenkins was elected as the Dallas County Judge in November
    2010 and took office in January 2011. He is involved in county
    infrastructure improvement projects such as the development of the
    International Inland Port in Southern Dallas County.
--  Mark Kenneday, President for the American Society for Healthcare
    Engineering (ASHE) of the American Hospital Association, has 28 years
    of experience in health facilities management and is currently Vice
    Chancellor of Campus Operations at University of Arkansas for Medical
    Sciences, a 4-million-square-foot campus aimed at providing health
    services, education and research.

  
"We specifically sought out the brightest minds of both the public and
private sectors to spur the development of a tangible plan for
addressing our current and future energy efficiency and
sustainability challenges," said Chris Curtis, North America
President and CEO, Schneider Electric. "By bringing together experts
and thought leaders on the issues of energy efficiency and
sustainability, we hope to amplify the current conversation and
strengthen the development of a collaborative, comprehensive approach
to identify solutions for driving efficiency in cities, business,
homes and other settings across the globe."  
Schneider Electric's Xperience Efficiency is a global event series
taking place live in cities around the world, and online through a
virtual event, bringing together business, government, and society to
collaborate and share knowledge on how to solve energy and
sustainability challenges.  
To register for Schneider Electric's Xperience Efficiency, please
visit: www.schneider-electric.com/xe/events/us. Follow the
conversation on Twitter with the official event hashtag:
#SchneiderXE.  
About Schneider Electric
 As a global specialist in energy management
with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers
integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including
leadership positions in Utilities & Infrastructure, Industries &
Machines Manufacturers, Non-residential Building, Data Centers &
Networks and in Residential. Focused on making energy safe, reliable,
efficient, productive and green, the company's 140,000 plus employees
achieved sales of 30.8 billion US dollars (24 billion euros) in 2012,
through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations
make the most of their energy.
 www.schneider-electric.com/us 
Press Contact: 
Schneider Electric
Elizabeth deCastro 
Phone: 1-800-788-1704 x2957 
elizabeth.decastro@schneider-electric.com  
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