- Siemens Energy and Mubadala join strategic
partnership to accelerate green hydrogen capabilities in Abu Dhabi
- Siemens Energy to collaborate with
Masdar and partners on developing clean hydrogen fuels
Siemens Energy is advancing the
development of green hydrogen ecosystems in the UAE. Around the Abu Dhabi
Sustainability Week, two Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) were signed with
Mubadala Investment Company as well as with Masdar and other partners to
jointly drive UAE’s green hydrogen sector and the production of synthetic
- Siemens Energy employees nominated local charitable organizations to have the opportunity to receive donations of up to $10k each
- 122 organizations across 20
states were selected to receive a donation
On the occasion of the Martin Luther King
holiday, the only federal holiday designated as a day of service, Siemens
Energy is pleased to announce the winning charitable organizations of the
company’s recently launched Positive Energy campaign. “On this national day of
service, it’s important to recognize the value of serving in the places where
we live and work,” said Steve Conner, president of Siemens Energy, Inc. “These organizations demonstrate service to
their respective communities today and every day.”
- Projects target a total investment of approximately EUR 120 million over five years in developments leading to a fully integrated offshore wind-to-hydrogen solution
- Projects are first major step to develop an industrial-scale system capable of harvesting green hydrogen from offshore wind
- Developments will enable decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors such as transport and heavy industry
- Implementation within the framework of the ideas competition "Hydrogen Republic of Germany" of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research
To reach the
Paris Agreement goals, the world will need vast amounts of green hydrogen and
wind will provide a large portion of the power needed for its production.
Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy announced today that they are joining forces combining
their ongoing wind to hydrogen developments to address one of the major challenges of our decade —
decarbonizing the economy to solve the climate crisis. The companies are contributing with their
developments to an innovative solution that fully integrates an electrolyzer
into an offshore wind turbine as a single synchronized system to directly
produce green hydrogen. The companies intend to provide a full-scale offshore
demonstration of the solution by 2025/2026. The German Federal Ministry of
Education and Research announced today that the developments can be implemented
as part of the ideas competition "Hydrogen Republic of Germany".
- Digitally enhanced substation assets will connect two wind farms to the grid
- Project is part of the country’s plan to foster integration of renewable energy
Siemens Energy has been awarded a contract by Technology Resources Energy (TRE) to equip two onshore wind farms in Vietnam with Sensproducts, digitally enhanced transmission equipment. The two wind farms IaPet-Dak Doa 1 and IaPet-Dak Doa 2 are both located in the Dak Doa district of Gia Lai province in the country’s central highlands and will have a capacity of 100 megawatts each. The wind farms are part of Vietnam’s ongoing Power Development Master Plan to further push the integration of renewable energy sources and to enhance the power supply.
- Three synchronous condenser plants to be installed in Estonia
- Project will help the grid meet the challenges of the energy transition
Estonian transmission system operator Elering AS awarded Siemens Energy with a contract to build three synchronous condenser plants in Estonia. It is the first Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System (FACTS) Siemens Energy will install in the Baltic States. The three synchronous condensers will help stabilizing the grid and managing the ongoing integration of renewable energy generation.
- Partnership highlights global
importance of tackling climate change, energy security, and asset security
- Joe Kaeser appointed the Chairman of
the Advisory Council
- Christian Bruch appointed Chairman
of the Security Innovation Board
Energy will be the main partner of the Munich Security Conference, the world's
leading international security policy forum, highlighting the importance of
tackling the energy issues which threaten global security.
- Electric propulsion drive train and automation technologies will help provide safe, cost-effective, reliable vessel operation
- Emissions-free energy storage systems provide continuous power while maximizing performance
- Innovative technologies will help establish an integrated mobility system for the people, goods, and services in Kochi
India’s first greenfield and largest shipbuilding yard, Cochin Shipyard Ltd., has selected Siemens Energy to provide advanced marine solutions for the country’s first fleet of 23 boats to be equipped with electric propulsion drive trains with energy storage integration (batteries) and vessel automation technologies.
- Siemens Energy offices in Thailand and Cambodia joined hands with Electricité du Cambodge (EDC) to provide food assistance to 1,600 families flood-affected households in Kroko district, Pursat Province.
- Delivery to the recipients was successfully carried out in adherence to strict SOP measures.
- This year’s flooding is the worst in over 20 years that has impacted the people’s livelihoods.
The recent severe flooding in Cambodia has taken a toll on the many populations living in various provinces inundated by heavy rainfall and typhoon that started since early October. In light of this natural disaster, Siemens Energy Thailand and Siemens Energy Representative Office Cambodia collaborated with Electricité du Cambodge (EDC) to provide food relief to 1,600 affected families in Kroko district, Pursat Province.
- Project to help each entity reach bold carbon-reduction goals
- U.S. Department of Energy to fund year-long study
Siemens Energy, Duke Energy and Clemson University have teamed up to study the use of hydrogen for energy storage and as a low- or no-carbon fuel source to produce energy at Duke Energy’s combined heat and power plant located at Clemson University in South Carolina.
- Siemens Energy will provide innovative high-technology solutions to Novatek with the overall goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by using hydrogen and increasing energy efficiency in LNG production
- Strategies to be evaluated
include integrating low-carbon power generation, optimizing LNG production, and
producing blue and green hydrogen
Siemens Energy has partnered with Russia-based
natural gas producer, Novatek, to implement technologies and concepts to reduce
emissions from existing and prospective power plants for LNG facilities and
improve environmental and process efficiencies in LNG liquefaction trains.