Expand Your Service Offering with the Wiser Approved Installer Program

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November 30, 2021

There’s no reason your customers’ home electrical bill should be a mystery. Help them live wisely by using Wiser Energy. Installing the Wiser Energy system is simple, quick, and straightforward and normally takes between 15 and 30 minutes. Once the Wiser Energy unit is installed in the home’s electrical panel, connecting to wi-fi and setting up the Sense app (Square D edition) only takes minutes. This will give your customer real-time access to their electrical usage 24/7.

Schneider Electric has a program called the Wiser approved Installer program that supports electricians in developing their business and expanding their service offering, as the demand for smart home solutions continues to rise. The Schneider Electric multi-part training program prepares electricians to sell and install Wiser Energy solutions. By becoming a Wiser™ Approved Installer, you will get access to exclusive benefits, product discounts and resources to help you drive more business.

Electricians who enroll in the Wiser Approved Installer Program must complete four stages to receive their installer badge:

1. Register. Register for MySchneider and star your journey toward becoming a Wiser Approved Installer.

2. Try it. Hands-On experience is the best way to learn and receive a $100 gift card after you purchase your first unit and install it at your home.

3. Get trained. Complete the two online training modules (30 minutes each) to learn more about the product features and you will receive your Approved Installer ‘badge’.

4. Unlock discounts and benefits. Once you are ready to become an Authorized Installer, we will work with you to set up your product discount with your preferred Schneider Electric Authorized Distributor.

Electricians can benefit through this program and help give their customers peace of mind and energy savings through the Smart Home monitor like Wiser Energy. For more information on the program and Wiser Energy please visit and become a member HERE

Become a Wiser Approved Installer by logging into mySchneider HERE

Download Wiser Energy Brochure HERE

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