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Innovative technologies to transform and secure Australia’s energy future

2018-02-26 - Australia’s electricity market is the longest geographically connected power system in the world. It generates around 200 terawatt hours of electricity annual – about 80 percent of Australia’s electricity consumption. With a focus on energy affordability, reliability, security and sustainability, new technologies and renewables will significantly shift the dial on how Australia provides energy supplies in the future.

ABB Australia Christmas and New Year trading hours

2017-12-18 - ABB Australia is closed over the Christmas and New Year period from Friday 22 December at 4pm until Monday 8 January at 9pm AEST.

ABB to pioneer microgrid solution for installation on offshore platform

2017-12-12 - ABB AbilityTM enabled microgrid to support Woodside’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions and optimise costs

Attracting generation "G" to 24/7 control rooms

2017-11-14 - With Baby Boomers about to retire, we are now entering the days of Generation G - the gamers.

ABB Food and Beverage solutions on show in NSW

2017-11-13 - Join us at the ABB Food and Beverage Seminars, Bathurst - 15 Nov and Sydney - 16 Nov

ABB at All Energy 2017

2017-10-06 - ABB reaffirms commitment to sustainable power with new solar innovations at All Energy 2017

Big ideas to help power the future

2017-06-12 - Microgrids are becoming more popular in Australia as companies and communities search for cheaper and greener electricity sources.

Microgrid insights shared at Remote Area Power Supply Conference

2017-05-09 - Standardisation for design and engineering can be utilised to reduce costs and improve project economics.

Automated scene changes at Opera House

2017-05-09 - State-of-the-art automation system improves productivity at iconic Sydney theatre venue.

ABB excites Hydro Tasmania power stations

2017-05-09 - Several ABB-branded excitation systems are ensuring the quality of generator voltage and reactive power across a number of hydro power stations in Tasmania.

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