Joining forces for efficiency

Joining forces for efficiency

ABB’s motion and electrification businesses in Australia have joined the Energy Efficiency Council (EEC) as a new industry leader member.

The EEC is responsible for building a market for energy  management products and services that deliver healthy, comfortable buildings; productive, competitive businesses; and an affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy system for Australia.

As an EEC member, ABB will look to provide insight into the role technology and services can play in reducing energy consumption in commercial and residential buildings, manufacturing, agribusiness, and transport to support Australia’s energy transition.

“Improving operational efficiency is the cornerstone of any effective net zero strategy,” says EEC CEO Luke Menzel. “This is ABB’s bread and butter; with deep expertise in digitalisation, electrification and optimisation, they are a natural partner for the EEC.

“We’re looking forward to working with ABB to ensure that businesses right across the Aussie economy have the information  they need to cut emissions while improving their productivity and competitiveness.”

Go to www.eec.org.au

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