Energy Service Companies collaborate online to reduce energy use and costs

Energy Service Companies collaborate online to reduce energy use and costs

• ABB launches new online community hub for Energy Service companies (ESCos) to share best practice

• Teaming up with global ESCos to tackle the energy crisis

• Expanding commercial opportunities and innovation networks

ABB has launched a new online hub to help Energy Service Companies (ESCos), system integrators (SI) and operators tackle energy efficiency in industrial and commercial premises by collaborating and sharing innovations and best practice.

“As a leader in energy management for large industrial and commercial facilities, ABB has a comprehensive approach to energy efficiency and has worked with ESCos for many years,” says Niko Railo, Head of Business Strategy, Electrification Business, ABB Smart Power. “Demand for energy efficiency expertise is growing faster than ever – this Program will accelerate knowledge transfer and help professionals develop their service offering and scale up their business.”

Michael Engel, COO Apleona, a leading Facility Management service provider in the EMEA region explains: “The market is shifting so quickly, ESCos are struggling to keep pace with the latest innovations as they launch to market. Especially with complex client projects, such as decarbonizing operations across facilities, procuring clean energy, and doing so in a cost-effective way, which increasingly require digital solutions. This new ESCo System Program provides an easy point of reference on all the latest technologies and practices from around the world, helping all of us to achieve the best results for our customers every time.”

Badri Narayanan Suresh, VP at DEIF A/S, a global leader in power management control products and solutions for decentralized power plants, adds “DEIF makes an active effort to contribute to a sustainable future in everything it does. We have been integrating new energy sources and renewables for many years and have been part of developing the hybrid power market. However, the energy crisis demands a drastic scale-up of projects. Now is the time for key players to join forces and offer an integrated solution for small to large brownfield and greenfield power projects. DEIF is happy to take part in this initiative that ABB is driving, and we are confident that DEIF’s global presence, know-how and the integration of our matured products will add further value to the customers.”

Unique to the market, ABB’s ESCo System Program is a web-based, collaborative hub of expert advice for innovative energy solutions for the future. Content is provided by specialists from ABB, alongside large ESCos, including Apleona and Guidehouse Insights, a premier market intelligence and advisory firm. Accessed by referral, it provides an important forum to share information, forge valuable relationships and access new energy consultancy opportunities. Participants also gain exclusive previews of major new product launches, including ABB digital energy management technologies.

Fabio Monachesi, Global Digital Offering and Microgrids Applications Leader for ABB Smart Power Division said: “More businesses are looking to invest in clean energy technologies and energy efficiency measures, to take control of their own energy production and consumption. Through our new program, we will work in partnership to help operators make investments that are good for the environment and their bottom line. The only prerequisite to join the Program is a passion for energy management!"

To join ABB’s ESCo System program, contact https://new.abb.com/about/our-businesses/electrification/abb-ability/energy-and-asset-manager/abb-ability-energy-manager/abb-esco-system-program


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ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a leading global technology company that energizes the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future. By connecting software to its electrification, robotics, automation and motion portfolio, ABB pushes the boundaries of technology to drive performance to new levels. With a history of excellence stretching back more than 130 years, ABB’s success is driven by about 105,000 talented employees in over 100 countries. www.abb.com

ABB’s Electrification BusinessArea: Electrifying the world in a safe, smart and sustainable way, ABB Electrification is a global technology leader in electrical distribution and management from source to socket. As the world’s demand for electricity grows, our 50,000+ employees across 100 countries collaborate with customers and partners to transform how people connect, live and work. We develop innovative products, solutions and digital technologies that enable energy efficiency and a low carbon society across all sectors. By applying global scale with local expertise, we shape and support global trends, deliver excellence for customers and power a sustainable future for society. go.abb/electrification 

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