Atlas Copco continuously develops and advances its technology for increasing customers' energy efficiency, reducing both their costs and their carbon footprint.
The art of storing energy An underground storage facility in the north of China will hold massive amounts of liquefied gas, a relatively clean-burning source of energy highly demanded in the fast-growing country.
Power trips Infrastructure projects in rural Brazil and central China are bringing hydroelectricity to the masses.
Compressed air powers industry Compressed air is everywhere: in textile manufacturing, food and beverage production, the production of electronics, pharmaceuticals and in the automotive and paper and pulp industries. The aim of Atlas Copco’s advanced technology and innovative compressed-air solutions is to reduce customers’ energy bills and carbon dioxide emissions – a win-win situation for everyone.
The breath of life Piped gas is a critical part of modern medical care. Thailand’s busiest hospital has entrusted Atlas Copco’s BeaconMedæs with a major medical gas system upgrade.
Tapping into the earth's energy Geothermal reservoirs have emerged as a promising source of clean energy for the future. In a remote part of Nevada, U.S., Enel Green Power is now tapping into that potential at two geothermal plants.
Geothermal energy industry heats up The market for geothermal energy production has an estimated growth rate of more than 4% per year. This means new business opportunities for Atlas Copco.
Removing that dam ice An Italian hydropower station relies on Atlas Copco technology to maintain a dam, ensure sustainable production of hydropower, and re-use consumed power as heat.
Green buildings take the LEED Oxygen Generating Systems International (OGSI) uses Atlas Copco compressors in its products and in its manufacturing, helping it earn LEED environmental certification for its new facility in New York.
Environmental Czech By relying on Atlas Copco compressors the pharmaceutical company Teva Czech Industries s.r.o. saves a fortune on heating costs.