Leonardo Energy. The electrical power sector is the fastest to decarbonise because of the wide variety of carbon-free energy sources that can generate electricity, such as PV, wind and hydro. This means that electrification can help other sectors decarbonise fast and on a large scale. The share of electricity in energy end-use is expected to increase from the current 17%  to around 60 - 70%. The share of electric motors systems will at the least grow along with this, from the current 9% [2 p. 40] to around 30% of energy end-use. Closer examination reveals that motor system numbers will grow even more strongly, since they are implicated in two major decarbonisation options involving electrification: electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps. See Chapter 3: The future is electric. Such acute market growth for motor systems means that their energy efficiency is even more crucial. Or to formulate it positively, any minor improvement in motor system efficiency, achieved for example through regulation, would immediately have a major impact due to the huge numbers of motors in use.
Complex heating and cooling system with ICS Cool Energy’s i-FH heating system, multipipe chillers and industrial free cooling already reduces the hospital’s emissions by over 95 tonnes of CO2 per year
Cirdan Launches “Photonics” Certificate, Facilitating Investment into the World’s First Photonics Index
The Solactive EPIC Core Photonics Certificate will be listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange for retail and institutional investors with the ISIN Code XS2412871902 and an initial value of €1,000 per Certificate.
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Through technologies like ABB Ability Energy Management for Sites and the partnership with the German energy utility MVV, ABB wants to export an energy management and optimization model able to reach even small and medium-sized enterprises