As stated by the EIB, the project concerns the promoter's investments in Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) within its electrification business area. In particular, it covers a wide range of products and applications that enable sustainable electrification.
The related RDI activities will be carried out in the EU and, to a minor extent, in the EFTA countries over the period 2023-2026.
The aim is to develop, among others, enhanced and sustainable products for smart buildings and building automation, power distribution solutions, industrial components with a focus on energy management, installation products as well as associated services.
As stated by the EIB, ABB is a technology leader in electrification and automation, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. The company’s solutions connect engineering know-how and software to optimise how things are manufactured, moved, powered and operated. Building on more than 140 years of excellence, ABB has some 105 000 employees committed to driving innovations that accelerate industrial transformation.
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Client - ABB Ltd.:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sweden) / email@example.com (Switzerland)
Phone: +46 10 732 5000 (Sweden) / +41 84 48 458 45 (Switzerland)
Address: Affolternstrasse 44, 8050 Zurich, Switzerland
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