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We help the best buildings in the world get that way Schneider Electric – We help the best buildings in the world get that way Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 2

Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How we address those challenges Appendix Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 3

Schneider Electric: The global specialist in energy management Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Schneider Electric: The global specialist in energy management Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 4

Vision A world where we all can achieve more while using less of our Vision A world where we all can achieve more while using less of our common planet. Mission Help people make the most of their energy, while providing added value through building services for energy and security. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 5

Schneider Electric in figures Sales by business billion sales in 2008 (in €) Electrical Schneider Electric in figures Sales by business billion sales in 2008 (in €) Electrical distribution Automation Critical power 57% 29% 14% Sales by geography % of sales in new economies Europe North America Asia-Pacific Ro. W 44% 27% 19% 10% Sales by end market people in 100+ countries Rank in Fortune 500 ranking Million € devoted to R&D Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Energy & Infrastructure Industry Data centres & Networks Buildings Residential 16% 26% 17% 31% 10% People by geography Europe North America Asia-Pacific Ro. W 42% 25% 8% Listed on the Paris stock exchange 6

A unique positioning Energy production Wind energy Solar energy Tides Biofuels Hydrocarbons Energy management A unique positioning Energy production Wind energy Solar energy Tides Biofuels Hydrocarbons Energy management Making energy: • Safe • Reliable • Efficient • Productive • Green Nuclear Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Energy usage Appliances Climate control Security Motors Machines IT servers 7

Example: Energy management in buildings Green Make the connection of renewable energy sources easy, Example: Energy management in buildings Green Make the connection of renewable energy sources easy, reliable and cost-effective Productive Manage processes, make all the utilities of any infrastructure more efficient Efficient Measure and control energy, automate, provide relevant diagnosis Reliable Prevent power outages and energy quality variances Safe Transform and distribute power safely Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 8

The Buildings Business of Schneider Electric Our ambition is to become the leader in The Buildings Business of Schneider Electric Our ambition is to become the leader in helping our customers create the most energy efficient, safe and effectively managed buildings energy management Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 security 9

Buildings Business in brief We deliver value throughout your building’s life cycle Planning & Buildings Business in brief We deliver value throughout your building’s life cycle Planning & Assessment Evaluation & Retrofit ● Develop and manufacture products and software ● Design, integrate and install systems ● Provide ongoing life cycle energy and management services ● Our systems are found in over 1, 000 installations, on every continent ● 120 -year history in building automation, access control and security ● Over 8, 000 employees worldwide Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 10

Innovation leadership First to develop a spring return proportional globe valve actuator First to Innovation leadership First to develop a spring return proportional globe valve actuator First to provide direct digital control technology for building automation First to incorporate dual redundant networking in a building automation system First to seamlessly integrate HVAC and access control First to develop a freely programmable LON®-based controller First to integrate a web server into a building controller First to integrate BACnet® support to all facility and security controls First to provide personalized environment control through a web browser First to provide complete solutions based on Open Systems for Building IT First to provide a complete range of wireless-enabled BACnet controllers Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 11

Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How we address those challenges Appendix Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 12

Helping customers make the most of their energy, from plant to plug 5 end Helping customers make the most of their energy, from plant to plug 5 end markets ● ● ● Energy and infrastructure Industry Data centres & networks Buildings Residential 72% part of the worldwide energy consumption of these five markets Offering integrated solutions for segments ● Electric utilities ● Water & waste water ● Oil & Gas ● Marine ● Mining, Mineral, Metals ● Machine builders ● Data centres/Bank, insurance ● Hospitals ● Hotels ● Office buildings ● Retail ● Residential Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 13

Different customers, different needs Delivering segment-specific expertise ● Offices ● Data centres ● Education/University Different customers, different needs Delivering segment-specific expertise ● Offices ● Data centres ● Education/University ● Government and military ● Hospitals ● Hotels ● Industry and technology ● Life sciences ● Residential ● Retail ● Transportation Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 14

Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How we address those challenges Appendix Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 15

Our customers’ top challenges The energy dilemma energy demand versus the environment Total building Our customers’ top challenges The energy dilemma energy demand versus the environment Total building life cycle costs initial capital, ongoing operations and energy Connectivity too many disparate systems in the building Security as a growing concern Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 16

The energy dilemma is here to stay The facts The need vs Energy demand The energy dilemma is here to stay The facts The need vs Energy demand By 2050 Source: IEA 2007 CO 2 emissions to avoid dramatic climate changes Source: IPCC 2007, figure (vs. 1990 level) Energy management is the key to address the dilemma Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 17

The life cycle cost of a building Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate The life cycle cost of a building Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 18

Multiple silo systems in the building Multiple networks from multiple vendors Too many systems Multiple silo systems in the building Multiple networks from multiple vendors Too many systems to learn Complex troubleshooting Higher capital and operational expenditures Obstacles to achieving energy efficiency Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 19

Security as a growing concern Terrorist threats in high risk facilities Internal or external Security as a growing concern Terrorist threats in high risk facilities Internal or external physical threats in the workplace, schools, hospitals and more Stricter and rapidly changing regulatory environment for security practices and reporting restrict access The need to within facilities to authorized personnel only Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 20

Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How we address those challenges Appendix Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 21

: The right ecosystem to support the convergence of 5 key domains Power Management : The right ecosystem to support the convergence of 5 key domains Power Management Process & Machine Management White Space Management promise: ● Guaranteed compatibility / synergy / capability between the 5 domains of expertise ● Energy monitoring everywhere, with up to 30% energy efficiency Building Management ● Enabled by the right connecting technologies: Security Management ● Seamless integration ● IP as a common highway ● Web services as a common language (SOA architectures) Making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 22

Integrated solutions in a building Software integration Interoperability and openness to third party systems Integrated solutions in a building Software integration Interoperability and openness to third party systems Green: Make the connection of renewable Renewable energies HVAC control Lighting control Energy monitoring & control Motor control Access control energy sources easy, reliable and costeffective Efficient & productive: • Measure and control energy, automate, provide relevant diagnosis • Manage processes • Make all the utilities of any infrastructure more efficient Security Critical Power & cooling Electrical distribution Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Reliable: Prevent power outages & quality variance Safe: Transform and distribute power safely 23

Enhanced value with integrated buildings Reduce costs – both initial investment and ongoing facility Enhanced value with integrated buildings Reduce costs – both initial investment and ongoing facility operational expenditures employee productivity Capitalize on long-term financial value Increase Create new revenue opportunities Enhance building asset Improve the value customer experience Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 24

Building life-cycle and service Through ongoing service you secure long-term profitable buildings and improved Building life-cycle and service Through ongoing service you secure long-term profitable buildings and improved functionality Service ● Operational services for guaranteed system performance ● Periodic adjustments and optimization to ensure system performance ● Energy and indoor climate analysis ● Programs that enable minimal staffing requirements ● Expert facility consulting Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 25

Energy efficiency services We find your facility’s hidden savings while showing you how to Energy efficiency services We find your facility’s hidden savings while showing you how to gain control of its energy usage Energy. Edge ● Save as much as 30% in utility costs ● Upgrade with programs that pay for themselves ● Align objectives to increase productivity ● Continue savings with strategies and expertise ● Contribute to Green building strategies ● Predictable ROI, sustainable results Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 26

Energy efficiency services Offering guaranteed energy savings programs, Performance Contracting will effectively maintain your Energy efficiency services Offering guaranteed energy savings programs, Performance Contracting will effectively maintain your facility. Performance Contracting ● Comprehensive infrastructure renewal strategies ● Facility auditing and project development ● Performance contracting ● Total savings guarantees ● Finance options for capital improvements ● Enduring performance for building environment systems Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 27

Security Leveraging our market leadership in both integrated security and seamless BMS/IP security solutions. Security Leveraging our market leadership in both integrated security and seamless BMS/IP security solutions. ● Complying with new, emerging security standards ● Applying security strategies through integration and convergence throughout the building ● Delivering comprehensive solutions: ● Video Security Management ● Access Control ● Intrusion Detection ● Fire & Life Safety ● Leveraging existing technology investments ● IT integration expertise ● Customized cost-effective solutions Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 28

Trusted by customers worldwide “With minimum effort and cost, our building automation system has Trusted by customers worldwide “With minimum effort and cost, our building automation system has been upgraded four times. We have been a Schneider Electric customer for over 26 years. ” - Dubai World Trade Centre “The current electrical savings are both measurable and impressive. The indirect savings on manpower, plant operations management, electrical component savings and equipment life is immense!” -The Breakers Hotel “We were impressed with the simplicity of the Schneider Electric system…this was a deciding factor for us. ” -Shedd Aquarium “Although we are not requesting custom work, Schneider Electric makes us feel like we are getting it. ” -Merck Pharmaceutical “Schneider Electric has been a great team player by providing Verizon with value-added support in the areas of standards and training. ” -Verizon “Schneider Electric is an integral part of the development at the Land Rover site. Their unique product allows Land Rover personnel to be at the forefront of technology, which in turn keeps u ahead of the competition. ” -Land Rover Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 29

Make the most of your energy Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, Make the most of your energy Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 30

Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How Who are we? What markets do we serve? The challenges of our customers How we address those challenges Appendix Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 31

Our values Passionate Open ● Passion for Customers ● Curious ● Passion for People Our values Passionate Open ● Passion for Customers ● Curious ● Passion for People ● Collaborative ● Positive ● Cultivate Diversity Straightforward Effective ● Walk The Talk ● High Performance ● Integrity ● Pragmatic ● Talk Straight ● Fast Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 32

Executive leadership team President & CEO Chris Curtis Customer Solutions Wayne Lambert Finance Aurelie Executive leadership team President & CEO Chris Curtis Customer Solutions Wayne Lambert Finance Aurelie Richard Jean-Yves Blanc Human Resources Quality & Processes Logistics & Production Americas Region Jeff Wood Sven Knutsson Jeff Drees Strategy Pelco Dean Meyer Sylvie Leyre Product Management Asia-Pacific Region Barry Coflan Alain de Lambilly Europe Region Jens Wikstedt Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 33

World class strategic growth ● Revenue of $1. 8 billion (USD) in 2008 ● World class strategic growth ● Revenue of $1. 8 billion (USD) in 2008 ● More than 8, 000 employees and over 1, 000 installations worldwide ● Organic growth, significantly higher than industry average ● Strategic acquired competence: • • • 2000: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: CSI Control Systems International TAC Andover Controls Invensys Europe (Satchwell) Invensys Americas (Siebe) Pelco Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 34

Routes to market Revenue Distribution by Business Building Automation Products through Partners Revenue Distribution Routes to market Revenue Distribution by Business Building Automation Products through Partners Revenue Distribution by Region Asia-Pacific Systems Europe Security Products through Partners Energy. Edge & Performance Contracting Services Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Americas 35

The Building Ecosystem Facility management (JCI, Extended Services Elyo, Serco, Aramark, One Source) Security The Building Ecosystem Facility management (JCI, Extended Services Elyo, Serco, Aramark, One Source) Security monitoring Building management consulting (including energy efficiency / performance contracting) Systems & Services Controls & Field Devices Systems Integration Partners & Branches Convergence area Elevators Refrigeration Building Automation HVAC Equipment Elevators Refrig. Building Security Equipment HVAC Security Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Product Divisions Lighting & Closing Control ED control & Monitoring Routers, Vo. IP Fire Extinction Lighting & Closing MV & LV Equipment Servers, Mass Storage Fire Lighting & Closing Electrical Distribution Fire IT & Telco 36

Global product range names TAC Vista TAC I/NET Andover Continuum TAC I/A Series Erie Global product range names TAC Vista TAC I/NET Andover Continuum TAC I/A Series Erie Dura. Drive Satchwell Micro. Net Satchwell Sigma Barber-Colman Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 TAC Com-Trol 37

Andover Continuum The most powerful, integrated BACnet Building Management System ● Wireless BACnet® field Andover Continuum The most powerful, integrated BACnet Building Management System ● Wireless BACnet® field bus for cost-effective installations ● Integrated building automation and security ● The industry’s first PDA-based BACnet service tool ● Native BACnet at all levels, BTL listed. Supports other industry leading technologies: TCP/IP, LONWORKS®, Modbus® and Ethernet Based on the BACnet open standard, Andover Continuum provides a secure, convenient, and intuitive means to manage a facility from anywhere at anytime. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 38

TAC Vista The most open, scalable and IT-friendly Building Management System ● Industry-leading graphics TAC Vista The most open, scalable and IT-friendly Building Management System ● Industry-leading graphics ● State-of-the-art user interface ● Unique support of IT standards and web-based solutions ● Integrated building automation and security ● The most flexible and easy-to-use zone solutions ● Based on LONWORKS® and supports other industry-leading technologies: TCP/IP, BACnet®, Modbus® and Ethernet Based on the open LONWORKS® standard, TAC Vista is one of the most advanced and efficient solutions for building automation. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 39

TAC I/NET The most dependable, integrated Security and Building Management System ● Robust with TAC I/NET The most dependable, integrated Security and Building Management System ● Robust with unmatched availability ● The security solution for TAC Vista ● A proven solution for integrated building management TAC I/NET provides powerful and reliable security solutions with features that make the systems easy to install, operate, integrate, expand maintain—throughout the life of a facility. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 40

TAC I/A Series The most open and interoperable Building Management System ● Backward compatible, TAC I/A Series The most open and interoperable Building Management System ● Backward compatible, future adaptable ● Web powered ● A full range of control solutions ● Innovative design and architecture ● Investment protection through implementation End users have the complete flexibility to specify a building automation system to meet any environmental challenge—whether BACnet®, LON® or another industry standard protocol. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 41

Satchwell Sigma The most scalable and resilient Building and Energy Management System ● TCP/ Satchwell Sigma The most scalable and resilient Building and Energy Management System ● TCP/ IP connectivity at all levels and embraces IT standards ● Exceptional resilience with built-in redundancy ● Highly scalable and adaptable ● Easy-to-use and high levels of visibility from a wide range of intuitive user interfaces ● Backward compatible with elegant and costeffective migration for Satchwell BAS 2800+ systems An everyday tool for unsurpassed levels of visibility for energy usage and building functions. Resilient Sigma brings leading edge performance to ensure continuity of service in the most demanding conditions. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 42

Satchwell Micro. Net The value leader for small- to medium-sized installations ● Scalable web-based Satchwell Micro. Net The value leader for small- to medium-sized installations ● Scalable web-based solution ● Low cost and easy to install ● Choice of communication protocols Modular, scalable design coupled with an extensive range of fully configurable or application-specific controllers that are easy to specify, operate and tailor to all types of building control applications. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 43

Protecting people and property, worldwide ● The largest video security systems manufacturer in the Protecting people and property, worldwide ● The largest video security systems manufacturer in the world ● Industry leader in the development of full-featured, end-to-end video security systems ● Broadest, most advanced product line in the industry ● Fanatical customer service and technical support ● Seamless integration with Schneider’s Buildings systems As one of the pioneers in the industry, Pelco has been manufacturing video security equipment for more than 20 years, providing a high-quality, diversified product line that emphasizes the total system needs of its customers. Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 44

Field devices Helping buildings operate more efficiently, while assuring safety and comfort. • Broad Field devices Helping buildings operate more efficiently, while assuring safety and comfort. • Broad portfolio of solutions ● History of design innovation ● Unmatched reputation for quality and reliability ● Engineered compatibility with building automation systems Integration products ●Variable speed drives ●Power measurement ●Lighting control ●UPS’s Security products ●Access control readers ●Biometrics ●Cards Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 HVAC products ●Valves, Actuators ●Sensors (temp, pressure, humidity, CO 2) ●Thermostats Ancillary products ●Wire/cable ●Transformers ●Relays 45

Trusted by customers worldwide Americas Golden Gate Bridge Yale University Shedd Aquarium Schneider Electric Trusted by customers worldwide Americas Golden Gate Bridge Yale University Shedd Aquarium Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Rockefeller Center Héma-Québec 46

Trusted by customers worldwide Europe The Kremlin Byblos Bank Eiffel Tower Harrods Sanoma House Trusted by customers worldwide Europe The Kremlin Byblos Bank Eiffel Tower Harrods Sanoma House Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 47

Trusted by customers worldwide Asia Pacific Kuala Lumpur Airport Sydney Opera House Two International Trusted by customers worldwide Asia Pacific Kuala Lumpur Airport Sydney Opera House Two International Finance Centre Westin Resort Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 Petronas Towers 48

Trusted by customers worldwide Petronas Towers Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, Trusted by customers worldwide Petronas Towers Schneider Electric – Buildings Business - Corporate Presentation, October 2009 ROCKEFELLER CENTER 49