John-Philip Miller
I’m the senior editor in ABB’s group corporate communications team, in Zurich. For most of my career I’ve been a reporter, at Bloomberg News in Zurich and then for the last 10 years at The Associated Press in Idaho.

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Flexibility, passion unite ABB’s Solar Impulse engineers

Three ABB engineers on loan to Solar Impulse are part of a new generation of young, passionate experts helping to run the world without consuming the earth.

Solar Impulse crew gears up to transport plane to Abu Dhabi launch site

Before Solar Impulse flies around the world, it's got to get to Abu Dhabi. As its ground crew chief and developer will tell you, that's no mean feat, either

Help from US regulator underscores vision of eliminating port emissions

As ABB promotes the vision of a “Zero Emissions Port Call,” the Environmental Protection Agency in the United States is getting involved, too.

Ship designer: ABS’ Approval in Principle for Onboard DC Grid boosts confidence

Henrique Pestana, head ship designer at ABB, says the American Bureau of Shipping's Approval in Principle helps reduce perceived risks of new technology

As gas production rises globally, Indian state faces shortage – and sees solar as a solution

Nearly every research publication predicts global natural gas production will rise. But in one Indian state, a gas shortage has leaders turning to solar.

How the ‘end of the known world’ became a model for a sustainable world

A wind-hydro project commissioned last month turns El Hierro into a model for renewable energy

First Azipods, now robotic video screens for Royal Caribbean

ABB deepens cruise vessel offering to include robot-mounted entertaintainment on some of the world's biggest ships

ABB Review centenary highlights persistent challenges – and commitment to tackling them

ABB Review, the quarterly publication celebrating promising technologies and human achievement, takes a look back

By any name, Maracanã Stadium has a rich history

The stadium, once the world's largest, was renamed in 1966 after a Brazilian journalist. But Rio's locals, or "Cariocas," still lovingly call it Maracanã
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