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Schneider Electric continues to lead the way in external ESG ratings, 13th year in a row in DJSI and Global 100

Schneider Electric 2 mins read

Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, is proud to confirm its spot on Corporate Knights’ 2024 Global 100 list of Most Sustainable Corporations in the World for the 13th time in a row. 

This year, Schneider Electric earned the #1 ranking among its peer group and came 7th in the Global 100 list. Schneider Electric’s inclusion in the top 10 demonstrates the company’s exemplary  performance across all dimensions of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) and how  sustainability is closely connected to the company’s business strategy and solutions. Schneider Electric  is the only company in its field to have featured in the top 10 a record-breaking six times since 2012.  

Corporate Knights’ Global 100 annual ranking is based on the assessment of publicly disclosed  information of up to 25 key performance indicators (KPIs) including resource management, employee  management, financial management, sustainable revenue & sustainable investment, and supplier  performance. This year’s rigorous assessment looked at nearly 7,000 public companies with revenue of  over US$1 billion.  

Schneider Electric was also recently included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the 13th  consecutive year. With an ESG score of 88 out of 100 awarded by rating company S&P Global in their  2023 Corporate Sustainability Assessment, Schneider Electric ranked #1 in its industry and secured its  place in the Europe index (score date: October 27, 2023).  

This recognition reflects Schneider Electric’s deep-rooted commitment to sustainability, and its  continued efforts to deliver positive impact every day, particularly improving access to decent work across its value chain, establishing global standards for paid family leave, and implementing climate  mitigation and resilience plans. 

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About Schneider Electric  

Schneider’s purpose is to empower all to make the most of our energy and resources, bridging progress and  sustainability for all. We call this Life Is On

Our mission is to be your digital partner for Sustainability and Efficiency

We drive digital transformation by integrating world-leading process and energy technologies, end-point to cloud  connecting products, controls, software and services, across the entire lifecycle, enabling integrated company  management, for homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries.

We are the most local of global companies. We are advocates of open standards and partnership ecosystems  that are passionate about our shared Meaningful Purpose, Inclusive and Empowered values. 

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