LG Chem, one of the world's largest chemical companies with headquarters in South Korea, has chosen ABB to provide a substation for Europe’s biggest electric car battery factory in Poland. Read more

Finnish ice-class passenger ferry Suomenlinna II was remotely piloted through a test area near Helsinki harbour, in order to demonstrate that human oversight of vessels from anywhere is achievable with today’s technologies. Read more

ABB has received an order of around $40 million from German transmission grid operator TransnetBW to upgrade a high-voltage substation in Obermooweiler, in Baden-Wuerttemberg. Read more

ABB has announced a major US$150 million investment in Shanghai, China to build the world’s most advanced, automated and flexible robotics factory - a cutting-edge centre where robots make robots. Read more

ABB has won an order worth more than $20 million from MHI Vestas Offshore Wind for the delivery of innovative, energy efficient and compact WindSTAR transformers, specifically designed for wind turbine installation. Read more

ABB has won a significant contract to supply high-voltage direct current (HVDC) converter stations in Tajikistan and Pakistan. Read more

ABB has announced the news that it has won orders worth over $100 million from Swiss train manufacturer Stadler, in order to improve rail operators' operations in Europe and make the US more energy efficient. Read more

Based in Belarus, ABB Ability™ based technology will improve efficiency, safety, security and reliability at the largest digital substation in the world. Read more

ABB has been appointed by Poland’s national transmission system operator, Polskie Sieci Elektronergetyczne SA (PSE) to deliver its ABB Ability Market Management System (MMS), a state-of-the-art software solution. Read more

Nearly all of the motor technology that we still use today was invented over a period of seventy years from 1820–1890, with the first commutated DC electric motor invented by British scientist William Sturgeon in 1833. Read more

ABB has announced it will acquire Turkey’s AB Rotech, a specialist specialising in robotic welding solutions and services for the automotive industry. Read more

ABB joins forces with Ballard Power Systems to develop, design and validate innovative zero-emission fuel plants for the shipping industry in order to meet the increasing demands for sustainable operations. Read more

Following the news that a Dutch supermarket has opened the world’s first plastic-free food aisle, Robert Glass, ABB’s global food and beverage communications manager, explores the alternatives to plastic food packaging. Read more

The US and China are leading the world when it comes to artificial intelligence research and investment – and Europe is increasingly being left behind. Read more

ABB wins order worth over $90 million from Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), a leading power utility in United Arab Emirates (UAE), to build the substation to strengthen Dubai's power grid and reduce carbon footprint. Read more

The new Collaborative Operations Center in Västerås provides major benefits of today's digital technologies by providing predictive analyzes and key figures that can improve customer processes, efficiency, security and profitability. Read more

Having sat at the heart of developments in Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure throughout the last decade, ABB is delighted to announce that its charging technology is now available in 95 percent of the worlds countries with an EV presence. Read more

ABB Ability Ellipse™ suite unveiled at DistribuTECH US to help utilities maximize asset performance and fast-track their digitalization journey. Read more

With the "ABB FIA Formula E Championship", the technology pioneer ABB becomes the main sponsor of the world's first fully powered international motorsport series organized by FIA. Read more

New ARC report proclaims 'ABB’s Grid Automation business is at the forefront of grid automation and digitalization'. Read more


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