Strategic Outlook on Energy: Panel at the Davos World Economic Forum | Schneider Electric



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Nearly 50% of global energy is expected to be generated from wind and solar by 2050. Schneider Electric CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire joins other industry leaders at the 2019 World Economic Forum to discuss how the future of energy be reshaped by technological, social and political shifts, the digitalization of energy systems, emerging patterns of demand and supply and shifting global energy governance models.

► With smart, connected technology, prosumers now can make more proactive and flexible decisions about their energy. With a two-way flow of power enabled by digitization, today’s energy consumers can become energy producers themselves. Learn more in an exclusive World Economic Forum Blog from Schneider Electric CEO, Jean-Pascal Tricoire:

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This video shows Schneider Electric CEO, Jean-Pascal Tricoire, joining the Strategic Energy Outlook Panel Discussion at the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Breakthroughs in energy efficiency



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Subhasish Mitra, Stanford associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science, and Philip Wong, the Willard R. and Inez Kerr Bell Professor in the Stanford School of Engineering, discuss their work with carbon nanotubes and the interdisciplinary culture at Stanford. This kind of cutting-edge research is made possible by gifts to the Stanford School of Engineering.

Siemens New Energy Efficient Drive Launch



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Join us on 12 February at our award winning manufacturing facility in Congleton to learn more about how the new SINAMICS G120X frequency converter technology allows you to combine automation with the power of the elements, not only improving simplicity, efficiency and durability, but also reducing your energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

Leka Systems Orangery Kit – How We Can Transform your Orangery



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– Providing industry leading, lightweight solid orangery roofing & renovation. Transforming traditional orangeries with limited lifespan and usage into living spaces that can be used year-round and for far longer.

In this video we explain everything customers need to know about our industry-leading, lightweight orangery roof is designed and fitted.

For accessibility purposes, we have transcribed the audio below:

(0:09) – Leka systems specialise in providing innovative, truly lightweight conservatory roofing. Our orangery roofing is one of the most energy efficient alternatives in the market today.
(0:25) – Competitor orangery roofing weighs nearly double that of a Leka Systems one.
(0:33) – Here’s how the lightweight, Leka Systems Orangery Kit is constructed…
(0:42) – The underlying structure of a Leka Systems Orangery Kit is constructed from a glass reinforced plastic or ‘GRP’ frame.
(0:52) – Using glass reinforced plastic or ‘GRP’ allows for a structurally tested and lighter alternative to aluminium and timber.
(1:00) – GRP is not at risk of sweating, condensation of cold bridging unlike aluminium.
(1:08) – Nor is GRP open to wood worm, moisture absorption or potential rotting such as timber.
(1:19) – After a 15mm air gap, insulated Celotex sheets are layered on.
(1:30) – Next, light, strong and load bearing insulated outer sheers are added. Allowing for fewer roofing bars and might higher efficiency.
(1:45) – Your outer weatherproof covering is then applied by your installation company.
(1:58) – The glass lantern is then lowered onto the structure and fixed into place.
(2:10) – Guttering is now attached and fixed onto a UPVC fascia cappit to complete the waterproofing.
(2:21) – Finally, internal Leka sheers are added to be lightweight, waterproof and one third the weight of plasterboard.
(2:31) – The underside of the roof then has an elegant traditional skim plaster applied.
(2:37) – Low energy spotlights can be fitted for the best quality interior lighting.
(2:50) – The unique design, manufacturing process and product layers of the Leka Orangery are innovative and efficient.
(3:04) – The Leka System demonstrates an industry leading energy efficiency with a U Value of just 0.15.
(3:14) – Competitor products typically weigh up to 40% more than a Leka System.
(3:21) – Leka Systems. THE truly lightweight conservatory roofing systems.