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Schneider Electric S.E. provides integrated energy management solutions to energy and infrastructure, industries, data centers and networks, buildings, and residential markets worldwide. It operates through four segments: Buildings & Partner, Infrastructure, Industry, and IT. The company offers automation and control solutions; medium voltage switchgears, transformers, and energy automation products; electrical products, such as circuit breakers, switches, meters, enclosures, and switchboards; installation systems, and control products and solutions; building management and security systems; and critical power and cooling systems. It also provides solar solutions for photovoltaic integration and connection, including power conversion, electrical distribution, monitoring, supervision, and technical support; critical information products for weather-sensitive businesses; smart grid solutions; cybersecurity solutions; transaction management and market intelligence solutions; energy products and solutions; environmental products; and electrical educational solutions, as well as low voltage power, and building automation products and solutions. In addition, the company offers field services comprising electric distribution, industrial automation, critical power and cooling, and building management services; professional services, such as IT consulting and integration, and energy management services; and training services. Schneider Electric S.E. was founded in 1836 and is headquartered in Rueil Malmaison, France.

185,965 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/19/15
Founded in 1836

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Schneider Electric Reports Revenue Results for the Second Quarter and Consolidated Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended June 30, 2015; Provides Earnings Guidance for 2015

Schneider Electric reported consolidated earnings results for the six months and consolidated revenue results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2015. For the quarter, revenues were €6,852 million, up 0.1% on reported basis. For six months, the company’s revenue was €12,848 million compared to €11,700 million reported a year ago. Adjusted EBITA was €1,601 million compared to €1,504 million reported a year ago. EBITA was €1,368 million compared to €1,376 million reported a year ago. Net income (Group share) was €719 million compared to €821 million reported a year ago. Adjusted net income was €912 million compared to €879 million reported a year ago. Free cash flow was €216 million compared to €179 million reported a year ago. It included net capital expenditure of €382 million, representing 3.0% of revenues. Net debt amounted to €6,468 million compared to €6,547 million at the end of June 30, 2015. Adjusted EBITA margin at 12.5%, down 0.4 point versus 2014. The key drivers contributing to the earnings change were the following volume impact was negative €45 million in the first half and insistent execution of tailored supply chain initiatives contributed €151 million in the first half. Good contribution from supplier negotiation and industrial footprint optimization was partially offset by lower fixed cost absorption due to negative volume. The group targets for the year 2015, around flat organic growth in revenues and a significant growth in adjusted EBITA at current FX rates, and a stable to moderate decline in adjusted EBITA margin versus 2014. For the full year the restructuring costs are expected to be in range of €300 million to €350 million, higher than previous years, attributed to SFC improvement initiatives.

Langa Group Selects Schneider Electric and Saft for Two New Solar Power Plants with Energy Storage in Corsica

Schneider Electric and Saft win two projects from Langa Group for the installation of energy storage systems for two solar power plants in Corsica (France). Langa's new solar power plants will be based near Corte and Castifao, on the French island of Corsica. With a nominal solar power of 1 MWp and a storage capacity of 1 MWh, each plant will produce more than 1,300 MWh per year, in compliance with the CRE specifications. Schneider Electric and Saft partnered to meet Langa's requirements on those two projects. The consortium proposed a solution including the design, supply and installation of the equipment, management system, and the maintenance services. Leader of the consortium, Schneider Electric will implement its solutions dedicated to storage and solar energy: PVBox for solar power conversion, ESBox for battery power conversion, Energy Management System (EMS) for global equipment management and control of Saft batteries, project engineering and services to guarantee the system performance. Schneider Electric is also in charge of the interconnection between the various components of the plants, and with the electric distribution network. Schneider Electric developed and industrialized an offer for energy storage and its coupling with renewable energy production assets, and supports its customers projects with expert engineering and services teams. For each project, Saft will deploy its energy storage solution Intensium® Max+ 20E. This integrated solution is fully developed and manufactured by Saft, and composed of a lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery of around 1 MWh in a 20 foot container. The container also includes the thermal and safety management systems, as well as the operational battery management through a BMS (Battery Management System), the interface with the Schneider Electric control system. Saft supports its customers during their projects lifecycle, reaching from early optimization of storage system sizing to maintenance services once the installation is completed. The Langa project comes in a series of contracts won by Saft for Li-ion storage systems for island grids around the world. The contract was signed in June between Langa and the Schneider Electric - Saft consortium, and the two installations will be grid connected by the end of the year 2015.

Schneider Electric Wins $400 Million Basic Ordering Agreement

Schneider Electric announced it has been awarded a $400 million Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Through this agreement, Schneider Electric will be able to provide the critical facility infrastructure and systems repairs, improvements and construction as well as equipment procurement and installation needed to improve and assure reliability of the USACE's electric power and mechanical utilities and infrastructure. This new Government-wide BOA, contracted through 2018, will be used to facilitate the USACE's quickly evolving facility needs and streamline the often difficult and bureaucratic process associated with repetitive purchasing, making it easier for the USACE to obtain the solutions and services they need within a given timeframe. Additionally, the BOA will be supported through the utilization of Schneider Electric s global team of experts with a worldwide presence, deployment capabilities and local licensing to support the USACE s to support their Government client for critical power systems anywhere in the world. Within the terms of the BOA, Schneider Electric will provide the USACE with an analysis of specific infrastructure with recommendations for improvements, enabling the USACE to develop and implement short and long term power and mechanical facility infrastructure needs. This work includes, but is not limited to: critical electrical power distribution systems, grounding systems, standby and emergency power, lightning and surge protection, short-circuit coordination studies, reliability/availability studies, heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, computational fluid dynamics studies, fire protection systems, high-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) protection, TEMPEST, electromagnetic interference protection; chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) protections, and facility commissioning.


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