Articles Tagged: Paris Marathon

Pushing Past “The Wall” Toward Carbon Neutrality

On Sunday, April 9, close to 57,000 runners will participate in the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris. Among them, 4,650 “green runners” will be representing Schneider Electric as employees, customers,… Read more »

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IoT, Edge Computing, Big Data – Creating the Next Wave in Data Center Innovation

With Schneider Electric hosting its Innovation Summit at the Paris Marathon this week, I thought it would be a great time to share some of my thoughts on innovation at… Read more »

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Marathons and Energy Conservation: Never Underestimate the Power of the Collective Human Will

Part 3: Harnessing the collective energy This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore… Read more »

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Running a Marathon or a Business? How Technology Impacts the Success of Both

Part 2: Learning the lessons This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore limbs…. Read more »

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Shed a Heavy Load with this Carbon Footprint Calculator

When training for a marathon you need to keep track of your progress so you can keep striving for improvement.  This same concept is applicable to reducing your carbon footprint… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: The global race to energy efficiency starts with just one step

How much energy was generated by all the participants in the 2013 Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris?  Take a look a the infographic below to see how the energy generated… Read more »

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It’s all about Running Marathons and Conserving Energy

Part 1: Know your starting point This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore… Read more »

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Are you doing your job, really?

A few months ago I was waiting for my turn at the local tax assistance center (a public agency): a man finally came out of one of the 2 offices,… Read more »

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Schneider Electric Paris Marathon Sees Record-breaking Run While Promoting Energy Awareness

Ethiopian Tadese Boru took advantage of sunlit skies and cool temperatures conducive to a good long run to break the women’s record in yesterday’s Schneider Electric Paris Marathon, finishing in… Read more »

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Marathoner vs. Man – The Energy Run

Man has used energy from its most primitive way in prehistoric times to the most advanced forms in today’s world. If we were to divide the Paris Marathon route of… Read more »

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IoT, Edge Computing, Big Data – Creating the Next Wave in Data Center Innovation

With Schneider Electric hosting its Innovation Summit at the Paris Marathon this week, I thought it would be a great time to share some of my thoughts on innovation at… Read more »

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Runners and marathon lovers: What you should know about Smart Cities

As tens of thousands of marathon runners and hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the world converge on the city of Paris, it prompts us to reflect on… Read more »

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It’s all about Running Marathons and Conserving Energy

Part 1: Know your starting point This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore… Read more »

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Pushing Past “The Wall” Toward Carbon Neutrality

On Sunday, April 9, close to 57,000 runners will participate in the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris. Among them, 4,650 “green runners” will be representing Schneider Electric as employees, customers,… Read more »

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Marathons and Energy Conservation: Never Underestimate the Power of the Collective Human Will

Part 3: Harnessing the collective energy This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore… Read more »

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Six Ways Running a Marathon is like Reducing Energy OpEx

I’m not a marathon runner, but I have always been awed by the dedication and ability these people have to run such long distances. Recently I told my cousin –… Read more »

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Shed a Heavy Load with this Carbon Footprint Calculator

When training for a marathon you need to keep track of your progress so you can keep striving for improvement.  This same concept is applicable to reducing your carbon footprint… Read more »

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Schneider Electric Paris Marathon Sees Record-breaking Run While Promoting Energy Awareness

Ethiopian Tadese Boru took advantage of sunlit skies and cool temperatures conducive to a good long run to break the women’s record in yesterday’s Schneider Electric Paris Marathon, finishing in… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: Every Step Counts in the Race for Efficiency

The journey to run a marathon and to reduce energy are very similar. They should both have a structured approach, consult experts and know the challenges.  The following infographic outlines… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Energy Management Marathon

The road to energy management can feel like a marathon.  What are some steps that you can  take to prepare for the race and cross the finish line?

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Runners and marathon lovers: What you should know about Smart Cities

As tens of thousands of marathon runners and hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the world converge on the city of Paris, it prompts us to reflect on… Read more »

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IoT, Edge Computing, Big Data – Creating the Next Wave in Data Center Innovation

With Schneider Electric hosting its Innovation Summit at the Paris Marathon this week, I thought it would be a great time to share some of my thoughts on innovation at… Read more »

2 Comments

Schneider Electric Paris Marathon Sees Record-breaking Run While Promoting Energy Awareness

Ethiopian Tadese Boru took advantage of sunlit skies and cool temperatures conducive to a good long run to break the women’s record in yesterday’s Schneider Electric Paris Marathon, finishing in… Read more »

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It’s all about Running Marathons and Conserving Energy

Part 1: Know your starting point This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore… Read more »

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Running a Marathon or a Business? How Technology Impacts the Success of Both

Part 2: Learning the lessons This blog series is about training for a marathon and how a less-than-athletic, self-proclaimed sustainability & intelligent energy evangelist relates energy waste to sore limbs…. Read more »

1 Comment

INFOGRAPHIC: Every Step Counts in the Race for Efficiency

The journey to run a marathon and to reduce energy are very similar. They should both have a structured approach, consult experts and know the challenges.  The following infographic outlines… Read more »

1 Comment

Marathoner vs. Man – The Energy Run

Man has used energy from its most primitive way in prehistoric times to the most advanced forms in today’s world. If we were to divide the Paris Marathon route of… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: The global race to energy efficiency starts with just one step

How much energy was generated by all the participants in the 2013 Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris?  Take a look a the infographic below to see how the energy generated… Read more »

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Shed a Heavy Load with this Carbon Footprint Calculator

When training for a marathon you need to keep track of your progress so you can keep striving for improvement.  This same concept is applicable to reducing your carbon footprint… Read more »

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Energy Management: It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint

The buzz at Schneider Electric right now centers on the Paris Marathon, of which we just became the title sponsor. Many of my colleagues are training to complete the full… Read more »

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