ABB has a massive installed base for its products, systems and services around the world. This section provides stories detailing ways in which ABB's power and automation technologies are meeting customers' needs.
2014-11-13: As South Africa deepens the national dialog over reducing its carbon footprint, its Department of Environmental Affairs has put down an important marker: Its new headquarters in Pretoria incorporates sustainable features including building controls and rooftop solar power equipment from ABB that will cut electricity use.
2014-11-12: A South African corn, wheat and bean farmer who turned to ABB to slash irrigation costs has become a model for agriculture in an arid region beset by a weak electricity system. The project shows how automation can boost profits amid rising energy prices while also producing big labor savings and trimming environmental impact.
2014-11-06: When Munich's latest Oktoberfest ended last month, 6 million visitors had downed 7 million liters of beer, about 2 million gallons. They devoured mountains of bratwursts, piles of pretzels and a half a million roasted chickens. Dishwashers, made for the giant beer party and outfitted with ABB components, helped clean it all up.
2014-09-25: The ABB-supported team planning the first solar-powered flight around the world has announced that it will set off from the United Arab Emirates.