Danieli Automation


2023, 17th July

Danieli Automation DIGI&MET has joined the Energy Efficiency Movement

Always sensitive to fundamental issues such as sustainability and energy efficiency, Danieli Automation has been added to ABB Energy Efficiency Movement group

Danieli Automation DIGI&MET has joined the Energy Efficiency Movement

The Energy Efficiency Movement is a synergy organized by ABB that brings together all main stakeholders to innovate and act for a more energy efficient, regenerative, adaptive world. Together, we can make a real difference if that’s how we decide to use our power, sharing with many others a commitment that must necessarily be common in order to fight climate change and to live a more sustainable future.


Energy efficiency is one of the levers of the energy transition process. While the challenges ahead are substantial, they are not insurmountable: through adequate investments and the concrete and determined commitment of all, it will be possible to make important progress towards the climate objectives of the Paris Agreement.


Danieli Automation, part of Danieli Group, one of the main world manufacturers of plants and machines for metals industry, is contributing towards carbon neutrality for our customers, thanks to our innovative technologies. We provide solutions to reduce up to 15% the energy consumption in the melting process, reducing overall emissions and supporting steel recycling. Application of electric energy for heating process avoid CO2 emissions, and we have designed hybrid electric solutions, engineered for renewable energy sources to be mixed with the grid electricity, minimizing the energetic cost of production and the overall electric impact of manufacturing. Furthermore, our digital transformation path is helping our Customers to improve plant efficiency and to reduce overall energy consumption. Danieli Group is committed to keep on investing in renewable energy sources for own operations, amounting today to more than 3 GWh/y and to be further incremented of 2 GWh/y by 2025.