We released our second quarter financial results for the fiscal year 2021 on May 5, 2021, at 07:00 AM CEST. The Press Conference Call was broadcasted live at 08:30 AM CEST.
- New project to transmit power to 700,000 citizens
- 400-kV station to be the largest in Northern Iraq
Siemens Energy and the Ministry of Electricity of the Republic of Iraq signed a contract to construct
Iraq’s West Mosul 400-kilovolt (kV) super grid station, which will provide reliable and efficient
power supply to around 700,000 Iraqi citizens in northern Iraq, particularly the Nineveh province.
- Supply of Ireland’s first turnkey synchronous condenser system
- Installation of the world’s largest flywheel
- Ensuring grid stability by
providing sufficient inertia, short-circuit power and reactive power
Siemens Energy will supply a synchronous
condenser system to the Electricity Supply Board (ESB), Ireland’s leading
energy company. The grid stabilizing system will be developed at the Moneypoint
power station located in South-West Ireland near Kilrush, County Clare. ESB
recently announced the launch of Green Atlantic @ Moneypoint, an ambitious plan
to transform the County Clare site into a green energy hub, where a range of
renewable technologies will be deployed over the next decade with the capacity
to power 1.6 million homes.
- New combined cycle power plant
will have a generation capacity of 390 megawatt (MW)
- Supports the region’s vision of
clean, high-quality, and affordable energy
- SGT5-4000F will be first
F-class turbine in Sub-Saharan Africa
has signed an agreement with Spanish EPC contractor TSK to provide the
company’s highly efficient energy technology and services to Atinkou (formerly
known as Ciprel V), a new combined cycle power plant to be built in
Jacqueville, Côte d'Ivoire. Owned by ATINKOU S.A., a subsidiary of Eranove, the
power plant will have an installed capacity of 390 MW in combined cycle and
introduces the first F-class gas turbine in the Sub-Saharan Africa. The plant
is scheduled to begin operations in late 2022.
- Finland’s first SF6-free gas-insulated switchgear will enable climate-neutral power transmission
- Zero global warming potential due to vacuum interrupter and clean-air insulation technology
Siemens Energy has been awarded a contract to deliver ten bays of sulfur hexafluoride(SF6)-free
gas-insulated switchgear (GIS) to Fingrid, Finland’s transmission system operator. It will be the first
GIS in Finland that replaces SF6 as the most potent greenhouse gas in the world with “clean air”, a
pure mixture of nitrogen and oxygen with zero potential for global warming. It represents Siemens
Energy’s largest order for SF6-free high-voltage GIS in Europe to date.
- Three clean hydrogen projects with a total electrolyser capacity of 70 MW submitted to Spanish government
- Tarragona hub-concept to use all co-products like oxygen and heat and supply merchant market
Siemens Energy and Messer Group have entered into a cooperation agreement with the goal to work on green hydrogen projects in the 5 to 50 Megawatt (MW) range for industrial and mobility applications. Within the framework of this agreement Messer Ibérica has already submitted three clean hydrogen projects in the chemical complex of Tarragona to the Spanish government. These projects will have a total electrolyzer capacity of 70 MW.
As one of the world’s leading energy technology companies, Siemens Energy welcomes the
verification of its emission reduction targets by the renowned Science Based Targets initiative
(SBTi). SBTi has verified on a scientific basis that Siemens Energy’s CO2 reduction targets comply
with the Paris Agreement and thus contribute to limiting global warming to the extent stipulated in
- Scope includes two compression trains driven
by SGT-750 industrial gas turbines with dry-low emissions (DLE) combustion
- Commissioning of
the trains slated for late 2021
Energy was selected by engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC)
company, Enter Engineering Pte. Ltd., to supply two low-emission compression
trains for Phase I of the Gazli Underground Gas Storage (UGS) project in the Bukhara region of
Uzbekistan. The two trains will help extract up to 20 million standard cubic
meters per day (MMSm3/d) of stored gas in the Gazli field and
pressurize it for transportation by pipeline to domestic users in Uzbekistan
and export to China. The project marks
an essential step in helping the region sustainably meet domestic energy demand.
- Systems will be among the most powerful STATCOM installations worldwide
- Innovative grid-supporting technology for stabilizing important nodes in the German
transmission power grid and for a successful energy transition
German transmission system operator Amprion has commissioned Siemens Energy with the
construction of two SVC PLUS series static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) systems to further
stabilize the German transmission power grid. The plants will be in Polsum (North RhineWestphalia) and Rheinau (Baden-Württemberg). Both systems are designed for a reactive power
range of +/- 600 Mvar making them among the most powerful systems in the world. In addition,
the STATCOMs will feature innovative grid-supporting control mechanisms allowing the systems to
efficiently compensate for increasing voltage fluctuations in the electrical transmission network.