2016-07-28 - Zurich, Switzerland, July 27, 2016 - Static frequency converter power electronics solution to help unlock additional capacity without infrastructure reinforcement
2016-07-19 - ABB transformers and other key equipment to enable Changji-Guquan link to transmit 12,000 megawatts of electricity over 3,000 kilometers at 1.1 million volts, setting new world records on voltage level, transmission capacity and distance
2016-06-09 - Greater access to electricity and a reliable energy supply could play a key role in accelerating development across Africa. By integrating renewable energy resources like sun, wind and hydro into the power grid, microgrid technology like that supplied by ABB can support more reliable electricity supply, help avoid industry downtime and substantially reduce carbon emissions.
2016-04-26 - Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the largest public power utility in the US, is installing ABB’s static var compensator (SVC) technology to help ensure system reliability as fossil fuel component of total energy mix declines. SVCs enhance grid stabilization and at the same time enable a smarter grid.
2016-03-24 - ABB to secure reliability and availability of equipment on Shell’s 600,000 tons gas liquefaction facility
2016-03-24 - Capacitor banks from ABB are installed on a transmission line in Tibet, the world’s highest region. Not only do these products meet extremely harsh operating conditions, but they facilitate the reliability and energy efficiency of the supply network.
2016-03-02 - Zurich, Switzerland, March 2, 2016 – High voltage switchgear to support Saudi Arabia’s first integrated solar and natural gas power plant
2016-01-21 - ABB is playing a highly visible and active role at the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering of global leaders from business, politics, science and civil society. The company’s involvement reflects its position at the forefront of the fourth industrial revolution, which is the theme of the WEF event this year.
2016-01-19 - One hundred and twenty-five years ago, Charles Brown and Walter Boveri founded BBC in Baden, Switzerland. The company developed into today’s global player ABB, with subsidiaries in 100 countries.
2015-12-08 - ABB’s innovative electric bus charging technology was one of the highlights of a show of sustainable transport systems around the Eiffel Tower in Paris, where world leaders are meeting to seek a global agreement to tackle climate change.