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Eric-Bretey

Eric Bretey

“The thing I found the most fascinating about electrification is our ability to do more with less and to be really deliberate about how we use energy, and how effective we are at using it”

Since a young age, Eric was always interested in engineering and is now developing the new displacement pump technology business for Danfoss in Scotland. What unites Danfoss businesses? Its people, and their drive to do the best thing for the right reason. 

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