United States of America
United Arab Emirates
Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)
Throughout 2024, the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship will visit 10 countries to showcase technological gains that help to address climate concerns. As the championship advances from Mexico to London, we will highlight initiatives from ABB and its partners which optimize, electrify and decarbonize, across the power, industry, transport and building sectors. Join us on the journey to a lower-carbon future.
Saudi Arabia’s economy is the largest in the Middle East, with a growth rate of nine per cent in 2022, according to the IEA’s World Energy Outtlook 2023.
Economic growth is predicted to result in increased energy demand, but ABB solutions are helping Saudi Arabia and other countries in the Middle East to meet decarbonisation goals.
Here we highlight projects in sustainable tourism, smart farming and e-mobility, all benefitting from ABB solutions.
ABB Formula E Diriyah
Electric racing highlights the energy transition in Saudi Arabia
ABB Formula E will race in these 10 countries during 2024
In its 2023 World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Agency (IEA) describes the heavily urbanized region of Latin America and the Caribbean, of which Mexico is a part, as suffering from a “lost decade” of economic growth but states that “opportunities in the new energy economy could help to spur an economic rebound.” Half of the countries in the region have pledged to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century or sooner.
In Mexico, ABB is helping partners to pursue those opportunities by offering innovative solutions for EV infrastructure, smart buildings and energy management. Click on the links below to learn more.
ABB Formula E Mexico City
Season 10 of ABB Formula E kicked off in Mexico City. Catch up on the all-electric action