Nicolas Leterrier joined Schneider Electric in 2011. He held several positions in Schneider Electric in the field of technology & innovation as well as global labs VP. He is now working on external partnerships for semi conductor segment. Nicolas began his career in Paris working for Gaz de France and GFInformatique. In 1991, he joined ST Microelectronics as a software development engineer. After working in the US for data storage business development, he became in 1999 manager of an application development group covering the field of Telecommunications, Automotive and computer peripherals. He was nominated as SW development director for advanced multimedia product line in STMicroelectronics called Nomadik architecture. He managed teams in India and China in the scope of a software platform development. He worked to establish strategic partnership with major mobile phone providers. He joined KIS a French SME involved in the photo finishing business, to manage the R&D department. From 2006 to 2011, Nicolas Leterrier was the general manager of Minalogic, the global competitive cluster (Pôle de compétitivité) located in Grenoble, France. This cluster is actively working in the field of micro-nano technologies as well as embedded software to build collaborative projects between actors from industry, universities and public research centers. Initiated several agreements at European level with Germany and The Netherlands in the semiconductor field. Nicolas is graduated with a master of sciences of the Paris XI Orsay University and an engineering diploma from Ecole des Techniques du Génie Logiciel (software engineering).
Nicolas is passionate about resources efficiency in the field of energy, water and sustainable development. Initiated several initiatives on carbon footprint measure, understanding & reduction plus renewable integration to decrease carbon footprint and resources waste.
Sustainability is at the core of the century challenges. I'll describe in details the Sustainability Climate Consortium initiative from SEMI association gathering all the value chain of semiconductor industry. From materials providers, equipment manufacturer, chips engineering, semicon foundries as well as wemi conductors manufacturers and bis uders as web giant. This iniitiative is aiming on all scopes to address in a coherent maneer the carbon accounting, meaurement criterias, assessment and validation of carbon footprint. Also the solutions towards carbon footprint reduction on scopes 1, 2 & 3 plus ambition setting across the industry.
On behalf of Schneider Electric, I will explain our net 0 project and how our company is currently addressing the carbon footprint reduction across all its value & supply chain. How we measure ous emissions scopes and how we partner with our suppliers to reduce our carbon foortprint. In the same spirit, we aim at reducing our scope 2 by integrating more renewables in our different sites across the globe but also at the same time lowering the demand side in reducing energy consuption.
Thursday Sustainable Electronics PM
External partnerships leader, SEMI-CC
Sustainability climate consortium initiative in SEMI presentation & Schneider Electric vision on reducing carbon footprint in the industry... more info