ABB invests in Ndustrial to accelerate decarbonisation04 June 2024

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ABB has invested in US-based Ndustrial in a bid to accelerate decarbonisation through artificial intelligence (AI) powered energy management technologies.

Ndustrial is a clean technology startup that has developed an AI energy management platform. This technology is said to enable smarter, production-aware energy decisions in real-time, helping customers reduce operating costs and optimise energy consumption.

Ndustrial helps companies measure and reduce their energy intensity – the energy required for a pre-defined unit of output or activity. By integrating multiple, and often disparate, data sources such as weather, market rates, equipment performance and industrial process outputs, companies can analyse, optimise and predict their energy usage and costs per unit of production. This enables real-time decisions, as well as actionable insights and automated control specific to the industry, facility or production line being optimised.

“Championing sustainability and guiding customers to achieve net zero carbon is at the core of what we do,” said Stuart Thompson, president, ABB Electrification Service. “Through our advisory services we are building an ecosystem of innovative, nimble partners to co-develop advancements in digital solutions to complement our portfolio and enhance the availability, resilience, safety and sustainability of energy for customers.

“This partnership with Ndustrial means we can accelerate decarbonisation for our customers by leveraging AI-powered predictions to make decisions in real-time so they can optimise production, save energy, and reduce costs and emissions.”

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