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Schneider Electric Appoints Frederick Morency to Drive Electrification and Sustainability in Canada

EIN SE Morency 600

October 3, 2022

Schneider Electric has announced the appointment of Frederick Morency as Vice President, Sustainability, Strategic Initiatives & Innovation to lead its Electrification and Sustainability strategy in Canada.

Frederick has been with Schneider Electric for 25 years and most recently served as Vice President, Services, where he orchestrated strong digital experiences between Schneider Electric’s partners, customers and core businesses. He has also been a quarterback for Sustainability in Canada for many years, guiding the company’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) commitments to support local decarbonization efforts at all 20 sites across the country.

In this new role, Frederick will continue to lead Schneider Electric’s decarbonization actions for the country and will also be responsible for accelerating the company’s position in growth segments emerging with the energy transition. He will also collaborate with industry partners, government and other stakeholders to help advance climate action policies and regulations at federal and provincial levels.

“Driving the energy transition takes strong collaboration and commitment. Frederick will bring focused attention to our Sustainability and Electrification strategy and will build stronger synergy across our organization, with our partners and the market at large,” said Adrian Thomas, Country President, Canada, Schneider Electric. “The step-changes he will lead at local and national levels will cascade to advance our net-zero targets so we can achieve higher levels of climate action and to drive growth in new markets.”

“I am excited to help shape Schneider Electric’s trajectory for locally-led, globally-shared net zero vision in our operations and across all touchpoints of our business,” said Frederick Morency, Vice President, Sustainability, Strategic Initiatives & Innovation, Schneider Electric. “Climate action is a shared responsibility that requires planned action. I look forward to leveraging the power of partnerships to help chart a more robust path forward for Sustainability and Electrification in our market.”

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