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Schneider Electric adds data center ed to Energy University

06 Jul 2012

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Schneider Electric has revealed that it is integrating Data Center University, the globally recognized online resource of data center courses, with its online, free, vendor-neutral energy efficiency learning program, Energy University. This will allow Schneider Electric to move closer to supplying comprehensive energy efficiency learning for all segments and industries in the next three years, stated the company.

Data Center University has existed as a highly successful e-learning program from Schneider Electric's IT business unit for the past seven years, with more than 360,000 courses taken within the resource. The 90,000 registered users of Data Center University will be migrated into Energy University, making it the second college of learning within that resource. The Data Center University name and identification will be retained.

Delivered entirely online, Energy University courses are designed to support anyone involved in the decision-making, management, planning, design, or construction of a space impacted by energy.

The online format enables those seeking to continue their education and expertise in energy management with access to content without time, travel or budget restrictions. Courses provide awareness of energy opportunities and the knowledge needed to prioritize projects, win approval, successfully acquire safe, reliable and cost effective solutions, and monitor performance to sustain significant energy savings over time.




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