Enviline ERS

Contact: Contact supplier View: View supplier Download: Download

ABB Railway

Metro, light rail and tram operators are under constant pressure to reduce operating costs. The regenerative braking systems, installed on nearly all traction vehicles can achieve this by converting the kinetic energy of the vehicle into reusable electric energy. The use of the regenerated energy helps to reduce the overall energy consumption and CO2 emissions. It is clearly the biggest opportunity to improve the energy efficiency and sustainability of rail transportation systems.

Other ABB Railway Documents

Latest ABB Railway News

Istanbul Rail Link Brings Continents Closer

Istanbul Rail Link Brings Continents Closer

The Marmaray cross-city and subsea railway line in Istanbul provides an alternative for railway freight transportation between Asian and European markets.

SMOS Light Success for Crossrail

SMOS Light Success for Crossrail

London’s new Crossrail link will see the first UK deployment of ABB’s unique SMOS Light modular substation switchgear. It will form the heart of turnkey pac...

ABB Provides Key to Public Transport Sustainability

ABB Provides Key to Public Transport Sustainability

ABB has played an integral role in helping the Public Transport Authority (PTA) prepare for the future, through the provision of a high-tech feeder station solu...

ABB to Power New Railway Line in Africa

ABB to Power New Railway Line in Africa

ABB has won orders worth around $16 million to supply traction substations and auxiliary power supply for a new rail corridor in Ethiopia. The Awash-Kombolcha-W...

Contact ABB Railway

Use the form opposite to get in touch with ABB Railway directly to discuss any requirements you might have.






    We'd love to send you the latest news and information from the world of Railway-News. Please tick the box if you agree to receive them.

    For your peace of mind here is a link to our Privacy Policy.

    By submitting this form, you consent to allow Railway-News to store and process this information.

    Subscribe
    Follow Railway-News on LinkedIn
    Follow Railway-News on Twitter