Schneider Electric

The global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric develops connected technologies and solutions to manage energy in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable. We deliver real-time control, operational and grid efficiency.

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The Benefit of Live Meteorology Consultations and an Energy Event Index (EEI) for energy professionals

Weather is the source of many of your most significant operational challenges. It not only causes outages that upset customers and inflicts damage to your infrastructure; it also impacts important decisions, such as crew scheduling and offering mutual assistance to other organizations or requesting it for your own.

Join our experts in this on-demand webinar to learn two key strategies available to manage your operations more efficiently.
Energy-specific meteorology consultations can help you with operations and decision support, before, during and after major weather events. Our more than 50 degreed meteorologists are highly-trained forecasters - regionally knowledgeable and available in a variety of formats to fully support the weather needs of our energy client base - beyond the WeatherSentry Online platform.

We'll also explore our custom Energy Event Index (EEI) - an emailed forecast featuring a one-to-five, color-coded rating system that allows you to quickly and easily assess threats related to an individual weather event, such as high winds, heavy snow, or ice. View the weather's impact on your utility up to seven days out. The forecasts also factor in the effects of the time of year and foliage coverage.


Shylesh Muralidharan, Global Product Manager, Schneider Electric

Jeremy Rossow, Senior Meteorologist & Energy Team Leader, Schneider Electric

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