Join the Energy efficiency movement
Energy efficiency is not an if, it’s a must. It is a simple and impactful solution to mitigate climate change. It’s the low-hanging fruit we need to bridge our path to a future where all energy is clean energy. The Energy Efficiency Movement brings together all stakeholders to innovate and act for a more energy efficient, regenerative, adaptive world. Together, we can make a real difference if that’s how we decide to use our power.Read more »
What does it mean to join the Energy Efficiency Movement?
As an Energy Efficiency Movement participant, you make a commitment to improve energy efficiency in a concrete way, share that commitment, and then act upon it. We encourage our participants to spread our message through their own channels, as well as establishing partnerships that help to create a more sustainable future for humanity as a whole.Read more »
Become part of the Movement
The Energy Efficiency Movement is open to companies and organisations who are prepared to make firm commitments to improve the energy efficiency of their operations. Join us and prepare for a more sustainable future together.Join »
Energy Efficiency solutions
Energy Efficiency Movement participants have pledged to increase energy efficiency in their businesses and industries. Get inspiration, insights, and ideas from their stories. Discover the solutions »
Refine and reduce
What difference could replacing a single heat exchanger make to the CO² emissions of an oil refinery? A big one. In fact, it’s had the same effect as taking 30,000 cars off the road, and meant a cost saving of more than USD 2 million per year. We visited the west coast of Sweden to find out more.
A beacon of energy-efficient waste heat recovery
Recovering industrial waste heat is one of the most effective ways to improve energy efficiency on a global scale. By recovering energy that would otherwise be lost to the atmosphere or water and reusing it for other purposes, we can greatly reduce fuel consumption compared with today’s levels. As a result, we can also drastically reduce global carbon emissions.
Driving energy efficiency
The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, which wrapped up its seventh season in August 2021, is not only exciting entertainment. The technology involved is also used in developing more energy-efficient road cars, explains Olivier Champenois, Lead Race Engineer for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team.
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