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    Schneider Electric

    November, 2014

  • 2 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Three trends set to double energy demand by 2050

    Urbanization

    Industrialization Digitization

    Challenges: >Increasing energy cost >Peaks in demand

    >Pollution >City congestion

    >Climate change >Water scarcity

  • 3 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Global consumption must be reduced and CO2 emissions halved to avoid climate change

    Untapped energy efficiency potential by segment

    Industry

    Infrastructure

    82%

    Buildings and Data Centers

    79%

    58%

    Two thirds of the economic potential to improve energy efficiency remains untapped1.

    1:Source: World Energy Outlook 2012 OECD/IEA, 2012, from now until 2035

  • 4 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    The convergence of IT and energy is enabling both process and energy optimization

    Technology enables new levels of efficiency

    The Internet of things: an increasingly connected world (Source: Cisco IBSG April 2011 / Internet World Statistics)

    0

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    1995 2003 2010 2013 2015 2020

    Connected people

    Connected objects

    [billion]

  • 5 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Balanced geographies FY 2013 revenue1

    Schneider Electric: the global specialist in energy management and efficiency technologies

    25 billion revenue FY 2013 revenue1

    160,000+ people2 in 100+ countries

    4-5% of sales devoted to R&D

    43% of revenue in new economies FY 2013 revenue1

    Diversified end markets FY 2013 revenue1 Utilities &

    Infrastructure Industrial

    and Machines Data Centers & Networks

    Non-residential and Residential Buildings

    27% 25% 14% 34%

    25% North America

    20% Rest of World

    28% Western Europe

    27% Asia Pacific

    1:Pro-forma basis including LTM Sep 2013 revenue from Invensys 2:As of February 2014 (including Invensys)

  • 6 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    1:Published figures in billion restated to reflect country-market view; 2:Billion pro-forma basis including LTM Sep 2013 revenue for Invensys 3:Including Invensys, excluding Delixi and Fuji

    Nor

    th A

    mer

    ica

    33,700 Employees3

    38 Factories

    A balanced global footprint in 100+ countries

    Wes

    tern

    Eur

    ope

    47,600 Employees3

    92 Factories

    Res

    t of W

    orld

    34,100 Employees3

    53 Factories

    Asi

    a P

    acifi

    c

    47,500 Employees3

    69 Factories 2,3

    6,4

    2003 2013

    1,2

    5

    2003 2013

    4,1

    7,1

    2003 2013

    1,2

    6,8

    2003 2013 20031

    20132

  • Schneider Electric 7 - Technology Strategy & Innovation Nicolas LETERRIER

    We transformed the company

    60bn

    200bn

    50%

    90% of sales with #1 or 2 ww position

    80% of sales Western Europe + North America

    ~20%

    43% of sales

    78% of sales Non-residential buildings + Industrial & machines

    5 diversified end-markets

    Accessible markets Leadership positions

    Geographies New economies exposure End markets

    More than doubled size

    8.7bn

    24bn

    2003

    2013

    2003

    2013 4 balanced geographies

  • Schneider Electric 8 - Company Confidential

    The one-way energy-only grid becomes two-way energy+data smart grid

    Transmission Distribution

    Centralised Generation

    Utility network Consumers

    Industry

    Buildings

    Data Centres

    Infrastructure

    Renewable Energy Plants

    1

    Communication and software at all levels Smart Grid

    4

    Consumers

    Consumers Active

    Active

    Residential

    3

    Electric Vehicles

    3

    Active Energy Efficiency: Energy visibility & Means to act

    2 Distributed Generation

    1 Distributed Generation

    1

    Smarter Demand

    Smarter Supply

    le Smart Grid

    Demand Response

  • Schneider Electric 9 - Company Confidential

    leading to a complex competitive environment

    Providers need to help their

    customers manage this complex Power + IT mix.

  • 10 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Connecting, saving and sharing energy: our integrated approach to efficiency

    Save Connect Share

  • 11 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Connecting all people, points, and devices

    > Open platform

    > Plug into ERPs > Connection to user > Real time data and algorithms to measure

    performance (energy & process)

    > Benchmarking performance across sites to identify improvement areas

    Smart, real-time data provided through open platforms and integrated systems, enabling insight and action for a sustainable future.

  • 12 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Saving energy

    > Connected products

    > Local control > Active energy efficiency systems > Optimized process

    > Reduced consumption

    Achieve optimized performance of operations, processes and assets with integrated hardware, software, and services that combine the worlds of energy and IT.

  • Schneider Electric 13 - Prosumer Q1/13

    Flexibility in building thermal management Start earlier and store thermal energy during nights

    Shed during peak While maintaining comfort and energy under control

    Power curtailment: 100kW Duration: 2h00 Temperature drift: 0,8 C Outside temperature: 6C

    Peak price curtailment strategy Savings: 16% with similar kWh consumption

    Equivalent to consumption of 50 homes !

  • 14 Schneider Electric Technology Strategu Nicolas Leterrier - s Meeting Nov 3rd, 2014

    Sharing capacity across the smart grid and making cities more efficient

    Working to save, connect, and share energy and resources, for a world that is more efficient, livable and sustainable.

    Smart grid

    > Shift and shave capacity to balance supply and demand

    > Demand response > Ensure network stability, while integrating renewables

    and electric vehicle charging infrastructure

    Smart cities > Making cities more efficient, livable, and sustainable through an

    Integrated Management Platform

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    A future Smart City

  • Schneider Electric 16 - Industry Business January 2014 CONFIDENTIAL

    In the convergence of IT & OT Customer requirements from sensor to big data

    Con

    trol

    O

    pera

    tion

    Dev

    ices

    Virtual IP Network

    Moores Law

    Mobility

    Ente

    rpris

    e

    Analytics tools

    DigitalServices

    Virtual & Remote Operation

    IT

    OT

    Distributed Intelligence

    Sensor Miniaturization

    Connected device to Eth/Web

    Optimized power conversion

    Advanced Mobile HMI

    Integrated Engineering S/W

  • 17 Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels

    Enlarged vision through Energy in Context

    Energy Efficiency 15L per 100 km

    Energy Efficiency 15L per 100 km

    Energy Information

    Energy Efficiency 15L per 100 km

    Energy Efficiency 15L per 100 km

    Energy Information with context

    profile of track Travel direction Travel direction

    Distance Distance

    Hei

    ght

  • 18 Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - EU Sustainable Energy Week on 21 June, Brussels

    Energy in Context Real case

    Energy consumed in production context

    Afternoon Shift

    470kwh

    Morning Shift

    540kwh

    Search for root causes and

    benchmark for best-practices

    implementation

    New staff Respect standard procedures for stone loading cycle

    Crew #A Experienced staff Fine tuned the stone loading cycle

    Crew #B

    Daily crashed stone

    Crusher #1

    Morning Shift

    450 Tn/8hs

    Afternoon Shift

    450 Tn/8hs

  • Schneider Electric 19 - Industry Business January 2014 CONFIDENTIAL

    IT/OT Convergence is core to our strategy

    2 scenario Victim: Leave the leader position to the IT vendors Actor: Get a leader position in the hinge region between IT and OT

    Industry 4.0 and Smart Factory as part of the Internet of Thing & Services

    4 emerging markets to develop Innovative Industry Solutions Cloud Mobility Big Data / Analytics Social Network

  • 20 Schneider Electric

    Pervasive technologies

  • 21 Schneider Electric

    Operational efficiency is an ongoing journey

    Some things

    Some places

    Some times

    Some people

    Any thing

    Any where

    Any time

    Any one contextualize

    connect

    capture | control

    Future State Current State

    cost form factor reliability

    real-time security

    visualization