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The cleanest kilowatt is the one never used: saving energy with digital energy and asset management

Energy savings are closely connected to asset management. It is quite often the condition of the assets that affects energy distribution efficiency.

The carbon-neutral society of the future needs resilient electricity grids

Rapid electrification of our society is one key element when decarbonizing energy systems and fighting climate change.

From petrol pumps to EV chargers: preparing for the future of transport

The transition to e-mobility is gaining pace. As countries around the world sharpen their focus on lowering carbon emissions, there are more electric vehicles (EVs) on the road than ever before.

ABB Electrification’s Mission to Zero: one year on

On the 8th May 2019, ABB unveiled its Mission to Zero, a carbon neutral and energy self-sufficient blueprint for industry, homes and cities. One year on, I look back at how our first carbon neutral production site in the world,

Earth Day 2020

The slowdown of human activity due to the pandemic forces us to rethink concepts of development. And there is no better time to do that than on Earth Day.

China: Market of opportunities

China is one of the largest and most dynamic markets in the world, offering exciting opportunities for robotics and discrete automation.

Talking to ‘the Robot Tamer’

Dr. Madeline Gannon shares her views with ABB on the changing relationship of people and robots during the World Economic Forum in Tianjin, China.  

The road to zero-emission transport

We are well on our way to running the world without consuming the earth.

Protection relays can provide the brains for complete automatic synchronization of industrial networks

Anyone who has ever tried to manage automatic synchronization of two independently running network parts knows the pain
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