By Anthony Capkun
April 29, 2013 – Global energy management player Schneider Electric recently announced the Xperience Efficiency series of events kicking off in June to collaborate and share knowledge with customers, partners and governments on how to solve energy and sustainability challenges.
“Efficiency isn’t just for the eco-friendly crowd anymore. There are tangible benefits of an efficiency economy for cities, businesses and citizens of all types,” said Aaron Davis, chief marketing officer, Schneider Electric (photo 1). “By coming together, we can share knowledge and put a plan in place to drive change in cities, workplaces and other settings across the globe.”
Xperience Efficiency 2013 will take place in the Washington, D.C., area from June 4-6 and Dallas, Texas, from June 18-20. It is a free event that takes on the demand drivers that are forcing change: economic and government rebalancing; urbanization; digitization; and sustainable resources. By looking at the latest integrated energy trends and sustainability solutions that will transform how we all work, learn, and play, Xperience Efficiency 2013 promises to show the future of efficiency.
Solutions will deliver energy management, energy access, and business process performance answers right across the energy chain, boasts Schneider, whether at home, work, across the grid, or in towns and cities. Participants will experience:
• More than 20 breakout sessions addressing market, industry and solution trends.
• Interactive marketplace, including developments in systems, solutions and technology.
• Experts from government, business, academia and industry.
• First-hand stories of companies experiencing efficiency today.
“We all have a role to play in ensuring a more efficient and sustainable economy and world,” said Chris Curtis, president and CEO, Schneider North America Operations (photo 2). “The technologies exist today to drive new levels of efficiency in all operations, and we want to be a leader in helping bring this collaboration together. Our Xperience Efficiency events will be a big part of this engagement and education.”
CLICK HERE to learn more about an Xperience Efficiency 2013 event near you, or to check out a free virtual event beginning June 5.