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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.

In a time of change for commercial buildings, smart tech leads the way

There’s never been a more exciting time to be working in the smart buildings industry.

Creating a roadmap for your fleet’s electrified future

The fastest-growing contributor to climate change is the transport sector, accounting for 23 percent of global energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to The Climate Group[1].

The 5 reasons why open APIs are the key to digital transformation and future growth

“Platform business models” control a large part of the world’s economic activity. Using online matchmakers or technology frameworks for buying, selling and sharing is disrupting traditional business.

Collaboration with startups brings sustainability to Smart Home solutions

Smart watches make it easier for people who like to participate in sports. But that doesn’t mean that everybody with a Smart watch plays more sports, right?

The first World EV Day

If you have any interest in electric cars, ABB Formula E, or e-mobility in general, you won’t have missed that yesterday was the very first World EV Day.

Range Reassurance for EV drivers: Anxiety is a distant memory

Electric vehicles (EVs) and the infrastructure required to charge them have come a long way since the early days of EV adoption.

5 reasons why you will love your smart home

Smart homes are designed to make your life simpler, safer, energy-efficient and more convenient.

Transforming gas stations into energy hubs

The market is switching to electric vehicles far faster than anyone expected. For roadside services that offer EV-charging, that’s a big opportunity.
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