About This Report

This report is intended to actively engage stakeholders as critical participants in an ongoing conversation about energy efficiency and sustainability. You will find an overview of Schneider Electric achievements and goals as they relate to current business strategy and ongoing commitment to sustainable development. Our goal is to provide transparent, comprehensive, and succinct information about Schneider Electric, incorporating the concerns of all internal and external stakeholders. Four international frameworks for corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting information; the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI); the United Nations Global Compact; the Integrated Reporting; and the ISO 26000.

Acknowledgements

Our customers, external stakeholders, and agencies/partners

Ashoka; Kevin Hagen at Iron Mountain; William Brent at Power for All; Valérie Masson-Delmotte at IPCC; Farid Baddache at BSR; Department for Rural Development of Myanmar; Okra Solar; the Jesuits; Initiative France; French Development Agency; the European Institute for Cooperation and Development; Art of Change 21.

BETC for providing the design, development, and project management of this report.

Thank you to all Schneider Electric teams who contributed to this report.

Photo credit

Frank Ardito, and cover photography by Ecast Productions.

The Registration Document filed with France’s Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) is available by request on the Finance page of our corporate website.

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