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Alfa Laval collaborates with Schneider Electric to analyze and improve the company's energy performance

Alfa Laval collaborates with Schneider Electric to analyze and improve the company's energy performance

LUND, Sweden, Sept. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ p. Alfa Laval is expanding its global collaboration with Schneider Electric to digitize and analyze data to improve operational efficiency. The two companies will use real-time energy consumption data across sites, countries and regions to identify and define energy efficiency projects. The collaboration is part of Alfa Laval's efforts to become carbon neutral across the value chain by 2030.

The collaboration with Schneider Electric started in 2019 and was designed to digitize the company's energy infrastructure. Through the analysis of energy consumption data across the business, we identified energy efficiency projects and initiatives to reduce energy usage and cost across countries, countries and regions. The two companies will develop a roadmap for extended use of renewable energy in this next step, based on the roadmap of Alfa Laval, which is aimed at extending the use to future use, the switching from natural gas to other Alfa Laval has set a target of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 across the value chain, and this collaboration is envious of the ambitious goal.

"Accomplishing our carbon neutrality target will require all the efforts in our supply chain and a greater collaboration with our customers, suppliers and the societies where we operate," says Mikael Tydn, executive vice president We joined the Exponential Roadmap Initiative to support the implementation of energy-efficient solutions. Our extended partnership agreement with Schneider Electric is another concrete activity that is to reach the 1.5C standard set in Paris Agreement."

Did you know you? The International Energy Agency estimates that energy efficiency is one of the main factors in reaching Paris's goals, because it could have a 40 percent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the next 20 years, according to the International energy Agency.

This is Alfa Laval.

Alfa Laval is the world leader in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling. Its products and services are a wide range of industries in around 100 countries. The company is committed to optimizing processes, creating responsible growth and driving progress to support customers in achieving their business and sustainable goals.

Alfa Laval's innovative technologies aim to purify, refining and reuse materials, and promote better use of natural resources. They contribute to energy efficiency and heat recovery, to better water treatment and to lower emissions. Alfa Laval is accelerating success for its customers, but also for the world and the people. Every day, I am making a difference in the world.

Alfa Laval has 16.700 employees. The annual sales in 2020 totaled 41,5 yen (approx. 4 billion euros. The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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For more information, please contact: Johan Lundin Head of Investor Relations, Alfa Laval Tel: +46 46 36 65 10 Mobile: (+46 730 46 30 90) Tel.:

Eva SchillerPR ManagerAlfa LavalTel: + 46 46 36 71 01Mobile: (+46 709 38 91 01

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SOURCE Alfa Laval.

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