To add novelty to your Christmas celebrations, then how about cooking a turkey in a dishwasher? This particular cooking technique, as suggested by a chef in the UK.
Overnight snow covered the Bella Center in a blanket of white, and the temperature was below freezing point as Electrolux interviewed the delegates who were delighted that the metro station at the Bella Center was open again.
Dark clouds hung overhead and the first snowflakes sprinkled down on Electrolux representatives as they checked the temperature of the atmosphere amongst the delegates at the Climate Summit. Today's huge demonstration meant that many delegates had to walk far to get to the action, making the demonstration the talk of the day.
On another cold December day the long queues at the Bella Center were once again one of the hot topics as Electrolux interviewed conference delegates at the Bella Center’s metro station about the day’s key issues and expectations for a climate deal on Friday.
"Security chaos" was one of the hottest topics on Monday in front of the Bella Center, where hundreds of people had to wait patiently outside in the December cold on the first day of the event to enter.
The city of Copenhagen could reduce its total CO2 emissions by 56,402 tons annually if all households replaced their outdated and energy consuming household appliances with new, energy efficient models, according to a new climate study from Electrolux.
The call for inspiring interior designs in the Ergorapido competition attracted over one-thousand entries from twenty-five countries. It’s been so popular that a second competition has been added and will run through January 2010.
Electrolux Professional has developed the Electrolux Waste Management System to take care of organic waste in restaurants, improving hygeine in the kitchen and reducing running costs of restaurants.
In Brazil, the Turbo Acqua Jet Washer from Electrolux, is awarded the Planeta Casa award. It is the only home appliance considered by the award as a product which contributes to the rational use of water.
The Electrolux En:V Barbecue is the winner of the outdoor living category in the 2009 Home Beautiful Product of the Year awards. The Electrolux barbecue was heralded for its relevance to the Australian outdoor lifestyle.
Electrolux are now thinking about the theme for Electrolux Design Lab 2010 and are seeking your participation in setting the brief through an on-line vote. Now moving towards its eighth year, this is the first time that interactive voting, which is open to everyone, has occurred. Your thoughts and opinions will then help us to formulate the brief for the 2010 Electrolux Design Lab.
A thousand guests walked the red carpet when Roberto Cavalli, the renowned Italian designer recently opened its restaurant-bar-boutique at the Fairmont, one of the most exclusive hotels in Dubai.
The Electrolux share is popular among Swedish women. According to a fresh Swedish study, 41% of Electrolux share owners are women.
Electrolux received recognition for two sustainability-related initiatives: the Panda Club Project, with which Electrolux is in partnership with WWF Italia, and the Electrolux 4Springs Tap, which offers consumers an alternative to bottled water.
According to UK studies, about a third of the food we purchase gets thrown away and with an estimated 20% of global greenhouse gases linked to the food chain, this represents a significant opportunity for change. On World Food Day (16th October), Electrolux suggest their FreshFrostFree™ range of refrigerators as a smart choice to help preserve food and the environment simultaneously.
Every year 2.6 million tons of plastic are used to bottle mineral water. Electrolux has come with a new approach for ridding the world of its bottled water habit.
For the second year in a row, the Electrolux annual report succeeded in getting top placement in Report Watch's international survey of annual reports’ best practice.
Rickard Hederstierna from Lund Institute of Technology in Sweden is the winner of the Electrolux Design Lab 2009 competition for inventing Cocoon. The winner was announced at finals in London on September 24.
Electrolux gives you a sneak preview into the future on September 24, 2009, at 11.00 (GMT +1) when it hosts the 7th edition of its global design competition Design Lab at 100% Design London. Viewers from around the world can follow the event live via a live webcast.
Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Penghao Shan is the Chinese designer behind Water Catcher, the flying rain catcher and water purifier. He is a student at Zhejiang Sci-tech University in China.
Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Nico Kläber is the German designer behind Moléculaire, the 3D molecular food printer. He is a student at Köln International School of Design in Germany.
Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Rickard Hederstierna is the Swedish designer behind Cocoon, the meat and fish maker. He is a student at Lund Institute of Technology in Sweden.
David Fisher is the Design Director of Seymourpowell, the internationally-renowned product design consultancy based in London, and one of four internationally-recognized designers on this year’s Electrolux Design Lab jury.
Electrolux has once again been included in the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSWI). The DJSWI includes the 10% best-in-class economic, environmental and social performers of the world’s 2,500 largest companies.
Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Dulyawat Wongnawa is the Thai designer behind Teleport Fridge, the refrigerator that teleports food. He is a student at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand. Read more about what inspires him.
Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Louis Filosa is the American designer behind Renew, the smart steamer. He is a student at Purdue University in the United States. Learn about his thoughts in the interview.
Watch Naturewash video Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Zhenpeng Li is the Chinese designer behind Naturewash, the waterless washing machine. He is a student at Zhejiang University in China....
Watch Bifoliate video Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Toma Brundzaite is the Lithuanian designer behind "Bifoliate", the wall-mounted double dishwasher. She is a student at Vilnius Academy of...
"One small step for robots, one giant leap for humankind" Watch Le Petit Prince video Electrolux Design Lab 2009 finalist Martin Miklica is the Czech designer behind Le Petit Prince, the robotic...
Electrolux CEO Hans Stråberg challenged policy-makers to introduce consumer incentives for exchanging outdated, energy-thirsty appliances in an op-ed piece in Dagens Industri , Sweden’s leading industry newspaper (August 24).
From teleport fridges to flying water catchers to robotic greenhouses on Mars, Electrolux announces this year’s top eight Design Lab finalists in its global competition themed “Designs for the next 90 years”. The eight finalists will compete for first place in Electrolux Design Lab ’09 finals in London on September 24, 2009, at 100% Design London, the UK’s leading architecture and design event.
Since the launch earlier this year, the Electrolux UltraOne vacuum cleaner has already received "Best in test" in consumer reviews in four countries - Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Czech Republic.
Together with leading companies worldwide, Electrolux is taking part in a joint business call for action to make markets work for the climate.
Magnus Samuelsson, a Swedish strongman and former World's Strongest Man, is the proud owner of a commercial washer from Electrolux Professional Laundry.
Electrolux new chest freezer range gives consumers increased freedom and storage options thanks to the new Shield Condenser.
Nipa Doshi is the Indian-born furniture designer and co-founder of Doshi Levien and one of four Electrolux Design Lab 2009 jury members
Marisol Manso Cortina is the Manager of the Color Design Group at Nissan Design Europe and a jury member of Design Lab 2009.
Henrik Otto is the Senior Vice President of Global Design at Electrolux and one of four Electrolux Design Lab 2009 jury members
David Fisher of London based product design consultancy Seymourpowell is one of four Electrolux Design Lab 2009 jury members
The Electrolux 2008 refrigeration collection in Australia has won the 2009 Award for Excellence in Sustainable Design in Standards Australia’s International Design Awards.
Electrolux has launched www.electrolux.com/WaterSavings, a website where it is possible to compare how much water could be saved in households, cities and countries if everyone used a modern dishwasher instead of washing dishes by hand.
The Electrolux s-bag® was launched worldwide in 2001 as a standard sized vacuum cleaner dustbag for Electrolux and Philips vacuum cleaners.
Brita® and Electrolux bring you clean and tasty water straight from the fridge. There’s no longer any need to haul heavy and bulky bottles from the supermarket. Brita® filters protect your family and the environment.
Do you love sparkling water? There's no need to buy it any longer with Electrolux Source & Glacier.
The new Libero Point from Electrolux Professional is a compact and mobile counter that holds up to two Libero Line appliances and a ventilation system.
Electrolux knows that the kitchen is "the place to be" when socializing in the home. Today, cooking is a collaborative effort. This means that appliances that provide flexibility in terms of time and space are more important than ever to consumers.
The new Calima washing machine revolutionizes drying woollen sweaters and delicate garments. It is the first machine in the world which has a built-in extendable drying board.
Electrolux has decided that by year-end 2012 its factories, offices and warehouses will use 15% less energy than in 2008. These savings will result in CO2 reductions of over 70,000 tons – the equivalent of the yearly emissions from more than 30,000 cars. Moreover, reductions in energy consumption are projected to bring the Group annual savings of approx. SEK 100 million based on 2008 prices.
After analyzing hundreds of entries from the Electrolux Design Lab 2008 competition, Electrolux reveals six emerging home appliance trends for the iGeneration.
This year, Electrolux is celebrating its 90th anniversary. The ambition for the company has always been to provide innovations and products that improve people’s quality of life.
Fresh food is a key ingredient in any healthy life style. Electrolux new FreshFrostFree™ range preserves the freshness and taste of your favorite food. By keeping food fresh longer and reducing our household waste, we can contribute to preserving the environment.
Having more space is having more freedom, freedom to cook what you want and not having to worry about running out of supplies.
Electrolux teamed up with Dolce & Gabbana to install a Molteni custom-made cooker for the posh restaurant Dolce & Gabbana Gold in Milan.
Why compromise? When choosing a vacuum cleaner, most consumers have to compromise between performance and sound levels or design and maneuverability. Electrolux now ends this by launching the new UltraOne: a vacuum cleaner completely redesigned from scratch.
Electrolux supports Antarctica project with energy-efficient household appliances. The world’s first zero emissions Antarctic station, the Princess Elisabeth, was officially opened on February 15, 2009, in Dronning Maud Land in Antarctica. The researchers will use Electrolux energy efficient appliances when cooking, cleaning or doing the laundry in this environmentally friendly house.
The US stimulus bill recently signed into law by US President Barack Obama includes a $300 million provision to fund the Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program.
Electrolux has for the second straight year been recognized by Sustainable Asset Management (SAM), an independent asset management company headquartered in Zurich.
The Electrolux Design Lab 2009 global design competition invites undergraduate and graduate industrial design students around the world to submit their innovative home appliance ideas for the next 90 years, deadline May 31.
Electrolux in Russia recently donated appliances to the newly opened "Family Room" at the Onkogematologic Centre of the Regional Children’s hospital in Rostov-on-Don, Russia.
Yes! A special edition of the Electrolux Ergorapido features Swarovski crystals