DALLAS, TX – Rexel, one of the world’s leading electrical distributors, recently announced that it has launched a new electrical efficiency online resource: www.electrical-efficiency.com. This new online magazine will offer diverse content on related regulation, solutions, projects, markets, and major news worldwide. This initiative reflects Rexel’s commitment to raising awareness of electrical efficiency - a real challenge to society - which is at the heart of Rexel’s offerings in terms of service and advice on high-performance ecological electrical solutions.
Raising awareness of electrical efficiency issues
Through its four main headings - ‘Basics’, ‘Markets’, ‘Solutions’, and ‘Regulation’, this new online magazine, www.electrical-efficiency.com, addresses a wide range of topics – including housing, intelligent networks and transport.
Among the themes covered are the EU’s strategic orientations for 2020, developments in domestic electricity, positive-energy buildings, the challenges of smart grids, and more.
Aimed at a wide audience, from professionals to consumers, this portal provides access to summaries, analyses and expert viewpoints, and enables web users to add their comments.
“As a key player in the electrical industry, Rexel aims to share its recognized experience as a distributor and its knowledge of electrical solutions to raise awareness of electrical efficiency issues, sharing information with the widest possible audience. Today, we are launching a new online magazine to serve this objective,” said Chris Hartmann, Executive Vice President & Chief Executive Officer of Rexel Holdings USA, a Rexel Group company.
Electrical efficiency: a key issue for society
Energy performance is a major global challenge today and for the future. Societies must consume less, and electricity usage plays a key role in more efficient energy usage. Rexel believes the route to energy savings and combating climate change is through more effective, better connected and more intelligent electrical equipment.
Rexel, a global leader in the distribution of electrical supplies, serves three main end markets: industrial, commercial and residential. The Group operates in 36 countries, with a network of some 2,200 branches, and employs 28,000 people.