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  • Electricity 4.0 for smart energy

    A more electric and digital world is key to addressing the climate crisis. Together with our customers, we are building the New Electric World by providing smart energy everywhere in our Homes, Buildings, Data Centers, Industries, Infrastructure, and Grids. We are uniquely positioned to join the dots between them all for a future that becomes more sustainable, more resilient, and more efficient.

250 years of technology-driven revolutions towards smart energy

 
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Industry 1.0

The rise of technology in the 1750s, with the mechanization of steam and waterpower, is commonly recognized as Industry 1.0.

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Industry 2.0

From the late 19th century, the world entered a new age of mass production that brought about the new chapter called Industry 2.0.

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Industry 3.0

In the 1950s, the development of silicon led to the proliferation of automation and electronics giving rise to Industry 3.0.

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Industry 4.0

The 21st century is the age of digital everywhere. Industry 4.0 is marked by the rise of smart machines fueled by Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and cloud computing and AI.

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Electricity 1.0

In parallel, the electricity world has had its early pioneers such as Alessandro Volta, and Michael Faraday who furthered research on the practical use of electricity. We consider this as ‘Electricity 1.0’.

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Electricity 2.0

The end of the 19th century also stands for mass electrification with electrical light deployed at an industrial scale, through the introduction of power plants. This is the beginning of Electricity 2.0.

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Electricity 3.0

In the middle of the 20th century, the development of silicon facilitated the rise of early solar cells and solar panels, laying the groundwork for renewables. We call this Electricity 3.0.

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Electricity 4.0

The 21st century gave birth to a new world of electricity with the convergence of digital and electric at scale. This is what we call Electricity 4.0.

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    Industry 1.0

    The rise of technology in the 1750s, with the mechanization of steam and waterpower, is commonly recognized as Industry 1.0.

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    Industry 2.0

    From the late 19th century, the world entered a new age of mass production that brought about the new chapter called Industry 2.0.

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    Industry 3.0

    In the 1950s, the development of silicon led to the proliferation of automation and electronics giving rise to Industry 3.0.

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    Industry 4.0

    The 21st century is the age of digital everywhere. Industry 4.0 is marked by the rise of smart machines fueled by Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and cloud computing and AI.

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    Electricity 1.0

    In parallel, the electricity world has had its early pioneers such as Alessandro Volta, and Michael Faraday who furthered research on the practical use of electricity. We consider this as ‘Electricity 1.0’.

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    Electricity 2.0

    The end of the 19th century also stands for mass electrification with electrical light deployed at an industrial scale, through the introduction of power plants. This is the beginning of Electricity 2.0.

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    Electricity 3.0

    In the middle of the 20th century, the development of silicon facilitated the rise of early solar cells and solar panels, laying the groundwork for renewables. We call this Electricity 3.0.

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    Electricity 4.0

    The 21st century gave birth to a new world of electricity with the convergence of digital and electric at scale. This is what we call Electricity 4.0.

 

Net Zero Carbon Cities

This report provides a global framework on an integrated energy approach to enable a decarbonized and resilient city ecosystem through ultra-efficient buildings and smart energy infrastructure.
 

Decarbonizing energy with innovation leadership

Emmanuel Lagarrigue, Chief Innovation Officer of Schneider Electric, and Jules Kortenhorst, Rocky Mountain Institute CEO, discuss pragmatic approaches to a clean energy future.

Building decarbonization

We need to see buildings as part of the infrastructure of a broader power network that both produces and consumes energy. The tools exist to design or retrofit buildings to make them sustainable and hyper-efficient.
 

Digitization, sustainability, and Egypt’s $295M energy deal

Caspar Herzberg, the President of Schneider Electric Middle East and Africa, reflects on Egyptian state utility to create Middle East’s first-ever smart grid.
 

A re-energised recovery

How can business leaders address the inefficiencies in our physical infrastructure and put digitalization to work?
 

Tackling climate change with Digital Transformation

Learn how quickly you could accelerate digital transformation to provide business continuity and resilience during a global pandemic.
 
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Grids of the Future

Sustainable, Resilient, Efficient, Flexible

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Homes of the Future

Sustainable, Resilient, Hyper-efficient, More personal

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Data Centers of the Future

Sustainable, Resilient, Hyper-efficient, Adaptive

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Industries of the Future

Sustainable, Efficient and resilient, People-centric, Next-generation

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Buildings of the Future

Sustainable, Resilient, Hyper-efficient, People-centric

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Partnerships of the future

We are building the Partnerships of the Future underpinned by our core pillars of simplification, openness, and digitalization.

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Software

Explore our software solutions and their capabilities in energy management and industrial automation applications.

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Services

With industry-leading remote monitoring and a global base of experts, we can help you maintain and upgrade your critical assets.

E.ON goes SF6-free

E.ON, Sweden's largest energy distributor, achieves greater sustainability and reliability with SF6-free medium voltage technology and EcoStruxure™ for electricity companies.

Lidl Finland runs on 100% renewable energy

Creating a sustainable logistics center is not an easy task. Thanks to EcoStruxure, Lidl has built a distribution facility that runs on renewable energy in all weather.

Recognition for sustainability, innovation, and smart energy

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