Schneider Electric to share how contractors can grow their residential business in the New Electric World

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Schneider Electric to share how contractors can grow their residential business in the New Electric World

October 08
23:22 2021
• Schneider addresses how partners can deliver on their sustainability commitments through energy efficiency at NECA Convention 2021

Nashville, TN – October 8th, 2021 – Buildings account for almost a third of the world’s CO2 emissions by source, a number that rises to almost 40% when factoring in construction. In the developing world, residential homes are shortly set to become the largest single source of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a report published in PNAS. More people are working, learning and aging from home while power outages due to weather and an aging grid are becoming more frequent. These factors, and more, are driving an unprecedented demand for electricity with consumption set to double by 2050.

Schneider Electric addresses the effect of these demands and how residential challenges can lead to opportunities. Electrical contractors can adapt and capitalize on the rise of new electric homes and ultimately grow their business by expanding offers to include digital and connected home solutions. Together, we are partnering with our customers for a new electric world of innovation and digitization, to create a sustainable and greener energy landscape for us to meet the evolving challenges of the world.

Interview Opportunities:


Bradford Wills, Director, US Partner Retail CRM and MARCOM, Schneider Electric
Brad is responsible for the strategy and business execution of Schneider Electric’s Home and Commercial division. In this role, Brad aligns the division’s business practices with current construction trends and the unique challenges of electrical contractors and homebuilders. Brad also leads the new Square D™ wiring device business, set to launch in 2021. Brad holds an MBA from the University of Kentucky.

Ansul Kishan Rajgharia, Director, Connected Products and Surge, Schneider Electric
Ansul leads business development for Square D Residential Connected Products and Surge. He is experienced in both B2B and B2C sales for energy management and home automation products and passionate about working on energy problems and consumer-facing technology-based products. Ansul holds a Bachelors in Engineering from IIT Bombay and MBA from UC Berkeley.


“How Contractors Can Grow Their Residential Business in the New Electric World”
Speaker Presentation – Music City Center, Contractor Solutions Workshop

Where: NECA 2021 LIVE Convention & Trade Show, Nashville, TN

When: Sunday, October 10th, 2021; 1:00 – 1:50 PM CT

Contact us today to schedule your interview.

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Company Name: Schneider Electric
Contact Person: Vicki True
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Phone: 508-549-2221
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