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Schneider Electric Unveils New Sustainable Energy Products at CES 2021

Schneider Electric Unveils New Sustainable Energy Products at CES 2021

January 16
09:10 2021
• Schneider Electric unveils new sustainable energy products at CES 2021, focuses beyond smart to resilient and sustainable Homes

• The leader in digital transformation of energy management evolves smart home technology to focus on efficiency, resilience and sustainability

• New solutions bring enhanced safety and control while delivering sustainable energy management choices directly to homeowners

Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today announced at CES 2021 the expansion of their Wiser smart home ecosystem, furthering discussion around the Smart and Sustainable Home. The Wiser range marks a significant step forward to create affordable, sustainable, energy efficient, resilient and personalized homes.

Anchored by the Square D™ Energy Center, these industry-first products enable unprecedented residential insights and monitoring capabilities for homeowners to control and lower their home’s energy consumption and electrical heating and cooling costs by up to 50%.

“Our homes are expected to become the single largest greenhouse gas emitters over the next decade,” said Manish Pant, Executive Vice President, Home and Distribution Division at Schneider Electric. “As consumers equip their homes with more connected devices, the ability to control and manage home energy consumption will be non-negotiable. A secure, interoperable power management system is key to ensuring consumers live sustainably even at home, by keeping energy cost and CO2 emissions to a minimum. Our new product empowers consumers to make better energy choices, and to take active control over their energy needs.”

The Square D™ Energy Center, as part of the Wiser ecosystem of solutions, can now help combat the likelihood of homes becoming the single largest greenhouse gas emitters over the next decade, by transforming homes from simply smart to smart and sustainable. It’s a major step towards enabling net zero, self-sufficient homes, and bringing sustainable energy choices directly to consumers. By connecting a smart thermostat, a smart meter, a bac