In connected systems around the world, billions of tiny Bosch MEMS sensors are improving people’s lives. In smartphones, wearables, and applications for the internet of things, these sensors provide important data; in vehicles, their job is to make driving safer and more relaxed. We join the Bosch a
Climate action – Bosch Blaichach water power plant [English]
Using the power of water has a long tradition at the location in Blaichach. The more than 100-year-old plant dating from 1907 was taken over by Bosch in 1960 and was extensively modernized and expanded in 2012 due to its great potential. In 2018, the hydropower plant generated 12,200 MWh of renewable electricity and was thus able to cover around 45 percent of the total electricity demand at the site through its own generation.
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