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    Paul
    Sounds like this could be the future of EV stations as each charger can be use by 4 EV vehicle like a gas station and can fully charge in 15 minutes or less... WOW! BUY, BUY, BUY
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    John1
    ABB is at a great price to add shares before it starts back up.
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    Roman
    Every day red no matter what market do 😔
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    Roman
    Long time looking at it and today is the day, opened position @ 33.66$ Such a great Co, so great development plan, so bright future. Hope it will not continue to slide. GL All !!
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    terracin
    Seeking Alpha has a new article on ABB introducing the worlds fastest charger later this year in Europe, and elsewhere in 2022. I posted it earlier with the hyperlink, but Yahoo deleted it. Sounds encouraging, check it out....
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    Kris
    When 1st station in europe may be built ? Any idea/guesses ? This will change the whole dynamics.
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    metoo
    Lightning eMotors $ZEV and $ABB has signed a partnership to offer DC fast electric vehicle chargers for commercial electric fleet vehicles.
    ABB’s high-output 20 kW to 350 kW DC fast chargers will be available via Lightning Energy, a division of Colorado’s Lightning eMotors.
    Since entering the e-mobility market in 2010, ABB has sold more than 400,000 electric vehicle chargers across more than 85 markets including more than 20,000 DC fast chargers and 380,000 AC chargers.
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    konstantine
    Picked up some shares on the news of the fast charger. Seems like a good long term investment.
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    chris
    Worlds fastest charger plus 4 ports!
    That’s gotta count for something going forward!
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    metoo
    33.33 the magic number….
    Who’s buying here?
  • J
    Jesse
    anyone have an explanation for the dip today/lately?
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    Russell
    Over loading the grid not a green option . But maybe for nascar.
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    BO$$BABY
    Grid overload? ABB and AFC Energy already have a solution.
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    metoo
    ABB signs memorandum with connector specialist Stäubli to develop solutions for the transition to all-electric mines!

    ABB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Stäubli Electrical Connectors to collaborate in bringing solutions to market to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with heavy machinery in mining. Stäubli, a leading manufacturer of connector solutions, and global technology company ABB, will explore the development of electrification solutions that will meet the demands of industrial applications. These include high power requirements, automated and safe operations, adaptation to harsh environmental conditions and meeting approved standards. The focus will be on mine infrastructure solutions for battery electric vehicles (BEVs).
    “As a global provider of reliable connectors with a strong commitment to drive innovation, we have many key applications across various industries,” said Winnijar Kauz, Stäubli Electrical Connectors’ Global Head of E-Mobility. “Every industry demands unique technological solutions, with mining now developing for a more sustainable future in the long-term. Today’s mining environments need industrial leaders to collaborate and support the transition to all-electric operations. We look forward to teaming up with ABB to explore and develop technology solutions that will lead the way for emission free mining operations.”
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    Hugo
    ABB Ltd : Barclays raises target price to CHF 33 from CHF 31
    (in this moment 31.80 CHF +0.38% )
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    BO$$BABY
    Thoughts on ABB's investments in AFC Energy also ABB choise AFC to supply them with 100% clean energy at one of their factory's. Also Extreme E uses AFC and was chosen by Urban-Air Port that plan on building 65 airports around the world. Hmmm 🤔 I think ABB and AFC have some big plans for the near future.
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    Morgan
    I'm in
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    Russell
    GRID OVERLOAD buy natural gas /oil to support grid ?