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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.

How SF6-free technology supports a more sustainable future for utilities

Click. The light is on. Click. The TV, too. Click. Click. Now so is the sound system. It sounds so easy and simple, yet power has to travel a long way before it reaches our houses.

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?

How the ISO 50001 standard promotes sharper energy management decisions

ISO 50001:2018 is the international standard for Energy Management Systems, updated and adapted to meet the evolving demands of the business environment.

Innovation through collaboration

2020 has been a pivotal year for Digital and this year we have seen many innovations that appeared as we adapted to circumstances.

How do you increase data center efficiency while reducing footprint?

Take full advantage of standardization and modularity of the power supply equipment to keep control of costs, availability and reliability, while maintaining flexibility in data centers.

Creating smarter networks through automation of complex power infrastructure

The world’s power distribution network is expanding every day to cope with increased demand, decentralized generation and expanding network complexity

Energy distribution; the power of emerging technologies

Callisto Gatti explores how we are harnessing new digital technologies to give power distribution customers greater control over their ecosystems
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