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ABB: the three major factors of energy, climate change and emerging markets drive the growth of market demand.

efficiency and energy conservation have become one of the driving forces for technological development, and related businesses account for about 45% of ABB's sales.

Zurich, Switzerland, September 16, 2009 - ABB, the world's leading power and automation technology group, said, "Coping with climate change, achieving efficiency, energy conservation and efficient production methods, and the rise of emerging markets" have become the general trend of global economic development. The current economic crisis has further strengthened this trend. Today, three major development factors continue to drive the market demand for ABB business

hao Kun, CEO of ABB group, said in Zurich a few days ago that at present, it is suggested that export enterprises should pay attention to the changes of relevant foreign laws and regulations in real time, and the economic cycle has not had a fundamental impact on this trend. The three major development factors are increasingly becoming an important aspect of ABB's R & D activities and the siting of the company's new facilities

Hao Kun said that, driven by the economic stimulus plans of many governments around the world, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and developing renewable energy have become the long-term goals of economic development; In the short term, it is a challenge for people to control costs and reduce dependence on traditional energy to cope with the crisis. Both long-term goals and short-term needs are driving various industries to improve energy efficiency and production efficiency

over the past five years, about 75% of ABB Group's business growth has come from emerging markets, and this trend is expected to continue

Hao Kun said: "Despite the current economic crisis, the various driving forces that determine the long-term growth of ABB group have not changed. These driving forces include the continuous growth of power demand, the rapid recovery of emerging market economies, the construction of more and better power infrastructure required to integrate renewable power into existing power, as well as the realization of efficiency, energy conservation and industrial productivity. Abb is an enterprise providing high-tech infrastructure and power And automation technology are ready to provide a variety of solutions for the global response to these challenges. In addition, we will continue to actively invest in R & D. "

efficiency and energy conservation have become an important indicator when customers purchase products, systems and services. Efficiency and energy saving related businesses accounted for 45% of ABB Group's 2008 sales. Wanghaowei's technology team was shortlisted as one of the top 10 high-level technology talent teams in the province. ABB Group believes that with the rise of traditional energy prices, this proportion will further increase

at present, abb makes extensive use of the business related to defense, military and industry in combination with efficiency and energy saving, and the proportion of the business in the group's total business income still has great room for improvement. A survey conducted by ABB Group on industrial energy consumption this year shows that if various technologies with the best effects are used to increase efficiency, energy conservation and industrial productivity, it is expected to help users save us $180billion a year

abb is one of the world's top 500 leading manufacturers in the field of power and automation technology. ABB's technology can help power, utility and industrial customers improve performance while reducing adverse environmental impacts. ABB Group operates in more than 100 countries and employs 120000 people. ABB has a full range of business activities in China, including R & D, manufacturing, sales and services. 15000 employees in China, serving 27 local enterprises in 60 different cities and 38 branches whose sales and services account for about 30% of the cost of power batteries. To learn more about abb, please visit

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