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Schneider Electric and Petrol will optimize water and heat supply systems in Russia

Within the framework of the official visit of chairman of government of Slovenia in Russia, the agreement was signed between Petrol d.d., Lublyana, the Slovenian energy company, and Schneider Electric, the world leader in the sphere of management of energy consumption and automatization.

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The main direction of cooperation between companies is participation in projects of creation of automated heat and water supply systems in Russia on basis of software and equipment, produced by Schneider Electric group companies.

Within the framework of cooperation, the company Petrol d.d., Lublyana will be engaged in the installation of specialized software of Schneider Electric, as well as the development and implementation of automated control systems for heat supply and water supply. Besides, Petrol d.d. is planning to implement solutions for designing, reconstruction and management of system on basis of equipment and software of Schneider Electric to optimize the distribution of heat and water by predicting the load of consumers and optimizing the parameters of the sources and distribution network.

Schneider Electric, in its turn, will ensure the management of projects, IT integrations and technical support at creation of automated control systems of heat supply and water supply from production to consumers.

The main aim of signing the agreement is to install and develop principles and conditions of cooperation and win-win business relationships between companies.

"High competence of Schneider Electric, confirmed by our extensive international experience in the implementation of such projects, combined with comprehensive high-performance developments in the field of industrial automation is a guarantee of achievement of results within the cooperation. We’re waiting for the long and fruitful cooperation with Petrol company", – said Johan Vanderplaetse, President of Schneider Electric in Russia and CIS.

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Topics: Strategic Alliances and Distribution