Schneider Electric Struxureware diagram

Schneider Electric Struxureware diagram

Schneider Electric Using HQ Microgrid to Prove Technologies and Business Model

When Schneider Electric set out to design a microgrid to provide power to its new North American headquarters in Andover, Mass., dubbed Boston One, it easily could have made it a soup-to-nuts showcase of how its systems and products can integrate and manage every kind of power source available. Instead, the company’s power segment engineers approached the project as a demonstration of its microgrid business model, not just its technological prowess.

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