Canadian Electrical Wholesaler

Mar 9, 2018

ShneiderSchneider Electric Canada has signed Calgary-based Leading Edge Sales LES to identify, develop and secure opportunities for the protection, control, and automation of power systems in Western Canada.*

LES represents some of the most innovative MV and HV electrical equipment manufacturers from around the world. LES customers are organizations in the oil and gas industry, electrical, water and gas utilities, independent power producers, and large industrial and commercial facilities.

“Schneider Electric was impressed by LES’s understanding of and experience with power systems, grid automation, cybersecurity, and electrical infrastructure modernization solutions,” says Emily Heitman, Vice President of Energy, Canada & U.S., Schneider Electric. “This partnership reinforces Schneider Electric’s commitment to providing solutions for protection, control and automation of power systems in Canada, and brings more support to our customers. We are excited and pleased to expand our ability to reach end users in Western Canada.”

LES and Schneider Electric’s combined approach will focus on promoting the following products and services:

• Easergy T300 distribution automation platform
• Micom protection relays
• SEPAM protection relays
• VAMP Arc Flash protection systems
• ECOTFIT 50/51 single phase self-powered overcurrent relays
• engineering solutions and services — panels and switchgear design, consultation, start-up, configuration, and commissioning for protection and control of power systems

Additional information about Leading Edge Sales can be found at
*Some accounts will still be covered directly by Schneider Electric representatives

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