Schneider Electric has reported its use of new technologies and energy management solutions have saved 120 million tonnes of carbon emissions globally over the past 15 years, whilst the company has provided access to energy for some 30 million people.
‘We have saved 120 million tonnes of CO2 emissions in the past 15 years and made it possible for some 30 million people worldwide to access energy. Our company is playing a key role in Industry 4.0, the industry of the future. Together with ourclients and partners, we deliver the technology, expertise, and ambition to build an efficient, flexible, sustainable world’, said KsenijaKarić, Schneider Electric Country General Manager Serbia and Montenegro. Schneider Electric has been declared the world’s most sustainable company by Corporate Knights, she added.
Dragoljub Damljanović, who was recently chosen to head Schneider Electric’s Development Centre in Serbia, noted that the company was aiming to become carbon neutral by 2025, stop releasing carbon emissions by 2030, and create a net-zero supply chain by 2050.