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Our four business areas are working towards a more sustainable and resource-efficient future every day.
ABB is helping the German city of Hamburg meet its 2030 goal of cutting CO₂ emissions in half compared with 1990 levels.
The fleet’s 44 buses are re-charged simultaneously overnight so they start each day fully charged with a range of up to 150 km.
High-power chargers are mounted on the ceiling, making them ideal for urban bus depots where space is at a premium.
Hamburger Hochbahn AG has appointed ABB to supply infrastructure for 44 high-power chargers, for Germany’s first electric bus depot.
Electrifying the ten ferries operating on Lisbon’s Tagus river is expected to cut CO2 emissions by about 6,500 tons a year.
Increased electrification of transport, including inland waterway transport, will help Portugal achieve net-zero by 2050.
ABB's Power and Energy Management System provides a high degree of reliability while ensuring the maximum lifetime for the batteries.
ABB secures landmark contract with Spanish shipbuilder Astilleros Gondán to supply all-electric power solution for fast 40-meter urban passenger ferries transporting up to 540 passengers each across Lisbon’s Tagus river.
ABB traction technology extends the operating life of the fleet, making it fit for service for at least another decade.
Traction converters reduce energy losses and mechanical stress on the existing traction motors as well as noise.
Upgrading the technology makes old trains as reliable, energy efficient and easy to maintain as modern ones.
ABB traction converters selected to upgrade 76 InterCity Express first generation high-speed locomotives. Our technology will improve energy efficiency, reliability and ease of maintenance.
Our Pixelpaint solution prints paint directly on to the car body, instead of spraying it, which means no paint is wasted.
By eliminating paint waste, Pixelpaint reduces operating costs and CO2 emissions from paint production.
PixelPaint eliminates the need for masking and de-masking each car, reducing waste and cycle times by around 50 percent.
PixelPaint is 50 per cent faster and more sustainable, using an inkjet head to eliminate overspray, ensuring two-tone paint and individual designs are applied in one pass, without masking and de-masking.