Schneider Electric wins “Water Technology Company of the Year” at the 2022 Global Water Awards

This award reflects Schneider Electric’s leadership in the water, wastewater and desalination sectors

  • State-of-the-art technology, EcoStruxure™ Automation Expertnamed a game changer in driving sustainability and sustainability of water and wastewater treatment plant operations

Schneider-Electricthe leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, won the “Water Technology Company of the Year” award at the World Water Awards 2022. The award recognizes Schneider Electric’s leadership in sustainability and digital transformation in the water, wastewater and desalination sectors, as well as its technologies that help customers meet the demand for resilient operations, effective and durable.

Outstanding contribution to digitization and efficiency

The category ‘Water Technology Company of the Year’ rewards the company that has made the most significant contribution in the field of water and digital. Schneider Electric was rewarded in this category for its breakthrough work with EcoStruxure™ Automation Expert V21.2, which manages the complete automation lifecycle for water and wastewater operations. EcoStruxure Automation Expert is the world’s first software-centric industrial automation system and a game-changer in the sustainability of water and wastewater treatment plant operations.

The company was also recognized for its additional capabilities, including its joint venture with Suez
to leverage the complementary expertise of both companies to co-develop and market innovative digital solutions for the entire water cycle. Through this venture, Schneider Electric has added AQUADVANCED® software to its smart water portfolio, with implementations planned in Italy and Argentina. Another recognition was the deployment of the AVEVA solution Unified Water Operations Center – a system linking information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) for enterprise-wide business optimization in water utilities.

Schneider Electric continued to disrupt the water industry automation market, driving Royal HaskoningDHV appointing Schneider Electric as a preferred global supplier for its Nereda® wastewater treatment solution. In this solution, Schneider Electric will combine the capabilities of EcoStruxure Automation Expert with Nereda technology to develop the next generation of Nereda process control. This control system improves plant process efficiency and enables wastewater customers to have complete lifecycle management, seamless integration of IT/OT services, and enhanced system diagnostics for their wastewater systems. automating.

The awards ceremony celebrated the industry’s greatest achievements over the past year, recognizing initiatives and companies in the water, wastewater and desalination sectors that are driving the industry forward through improving operational performance, adopting innovative technologies and sustainable financial models.

About Schneider Electric

Schneider’s goal is to give everyone the means to make the most of our energy and resources, combining progress and sustainability for everyone. We call it Life is on.

Our mission is to be your
digital partner for sustainability and efficiency.

We drive digital transformation by integrating cutting-edge process and energy technologies, endpoint-to-cloud connection products, controls, software and services throughout the lifecycle, enabling integrated management of enterprise, for homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries.

We are the the most local of global companies. We are advocates of open standards and partner ecosystems who are passionate about sharing
Meaningful, inclusive and empowered purpose
values.

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