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Esther Finidori

Esther Finidori

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At Schneider Electric, Esther Finidori is in charge of assessing and improving the environmental performance of manufacturing and tertiary sites, focusing mainly on energy, waste, water and chemicals. Esther is also leading projects to reduce the CO2 footprint of Schneider Electric, addressing both ...

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Earth Overshoot Day: How BOLD Ideas Helps to Move ...

Phillip Fischer

Phillip Fischer

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Philip Fischer is the Data Center Business Development Manager for Schneider Electric’s IT Business Unit. In this role, Phil is responsible for data center strategy within the Small/Medium Data Center segment, the go to market plan of the InfraStruxure Architecture in North America, and guides act...

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Energy Star Means Real Savings Over the Life of a ...

Joanna Fisher

Joanna Fisher

Joanna Fisher is a marketing manager for Schneider Electric’s Smart Infrastructure division focusing on Electric Utility customers and their current challenges. In her current position, she develops marketing strategy; implements marketing programs; and plans, executes, and evaluates traditional, ...

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Are Smart Grids Profitable? Yes.

Lucian Fogoros

Lucian Fogoros

Lucian Fogoros is an entrepreneurial software engineer with a passion for digital marketing and business leadership experience. Lucian worked in the industrial software and automation industry since 1998. He holds a BSEE from Cleveland State University and a MBA in Entrepreneurial Finance from Case...

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The Basics of MQTT-The Messaging Protocol for the ...

Stephen Forgy

Stephen Forgy

Steve has worked in and around the Data Center space for ten years. He began on the network side and then migrated into infrastructure. He is passionate about efficiency and loves a good challenge, never meeting a puzzle he didn’t like. Finding new ways to help companies do more while using les...

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Is Anyone Minding the Power in your Remote IT Envi...

David Fourniou

David Fourniou

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Global Product Manager at Schneider Electric within IT Business for 8 years, I live in France (Grenoble area) with my family. My professional focus has recently been on releasing efficient, future-proof power protection solutions for datacenters - also designed in a more sustainable way, with both e...

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4 Questions to Ask when Selecting a Modular 3-Phas...

Tom Fowler

Tom Fowler

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Tom Fowler is a graduate of Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. He is a 39 year employee of Schneider Electric working mostly in motor control product management. Tom is a member of the NEMA Industrial Automation section, is past chairman of the Business committee and member of the contact...

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Clearing Up the Confusion Between NEMA and IEC Con...

Paul Fox

Paul Fox

Paul Fox is an Engineering Manager for Schneider Electric Services. Mr. Fox has 23 years of industry experience, focusing on power distribution equipment, including custom LV & MV switchgear and custom engineered modernization projects such as replacement breakers and retrofill solutions for 48...

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Why is an electrical shutdown needed for a moderni...

Martin Fransham

Martin Fransham

Helping to launch the CAN2GO controllers at the AHR Expo in Orlando in 2010 Martin Fransham has been involved in all aspects of commercial buildings. His unique perspective of watching a product line develop from the ground up until the acquisition by Schneider Electric has enabled him to gain both ...

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A Love Letter to Ugly Buildings

Mike Fraser

Mike Fraser

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Mike Fraser is the Vice President of Global Sustainability Services at Schneider Electric. Mike leads Schneider Electric’s growth initiatives in the area of sustainability consulting and services, including the company’s online sustainability and energy management software, Resource Advisor.

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Why Sustainability is Good Business – and How Go...