- Innovation Center-Orlando is Siemens Energy’s
largest and first global hub for innovation dedicated to accelerating the
development of products and solutions to drive the energy transition
- Operates with a start-up mentality, where ideas
that used to take six months to test can now be tested in six weeks
- The expansion increases the space from 17,000
sq. ft. to 30,000 sq. ft. with a focus on increasing collaborative space and
development of the application & technology area for early-stage R&D
Energy announced that it is expanding its Innovation Center – Orlando, the
company’s largest and first global hub for innovation dedicated to accelerating
the development of products and solutions to drive the energy transition
through collaboration, rapid prototyping, and testing. Originally opened in
October 2019, the facility also plays an important recruiting role for the U.S.
as a world leader in developing the transformational energy technologies of the
- Siemens Energy joins the AWS Partner Network as a Technology Partner to provide customers with industrial cybersecurity, analytics, and storage solutions
- Siemens Energy’s AI-driven Managed Detection & Response (MDR) solution is a first of a kind security offering available in AWS Marketplace built for energy and utilities, by an integrated energy technology company focused across the entire energy value chain
- MDR’s monitoring and detection insights provide scalable protection against disruptive cyberattacks in the energy sector using innovative artificial intelligence
Company Joins AWS
Partner Network to Provide Customers with Industrial Cybersecurity Solution to
Ensure Reliable Electricity and Fuel Supplies
- Woodfibre LNG will be powered by clean, renewable hydroelectric power, reducing its
greenhouse gas emissions by more than 80%
- Siemens Energy will provide motors, variable speed drives, and the main refrigerant compressors
for the Woodfibre LNG project
- Once operational, Woodfibre LNG will provide over 100 jobs for the lifetime of the project
Siemens Energy announced today that it has been selected as the single solution supplier for the all-electric Woodfibre LNG project near Squamish, in British Columbia, Canada. Siemens Energy’s scope includes all equipment associated with the main refrigeration trains including compressors, synchronous motors, variable speed drives, converter transformers, harmonic filters and numerous powerhouses. The main refrigeration compressor trains are one of the components of the liquefaction process that produces the LNG that will eventually be stored in tanks and then transported to LNG tankers for shipping abroad.
Today, Christian Bruch, CEO, Siemens Energy, attended
the SelectUSA Investment Summit near Washington, D.C. where he joined fellow
industry leaders in a discussion focused on “Building a Better America--Investments in
Infrastructure” and shared his views on Siemens Energy’s role in creating
America’s clean energy future. The
SelectUSA Investment Summit is the highest-profile event in the country
dedicated to promoting foreign direct investment.
Today, Rich Voorberg, President of North America for
Siemens Energy, joined President Biden and a group of U.S. manufacturers at the
United Performance Materials facility in Hamilton, OH to launch AM Forward
(Additive Manufacturing Forward). AM
Forward is an initiative designed to upgrade the capacity of America’s small and
medium-sized manufacturers using additive manufacturing or 3D printing.
- Time-tested design part of Siemens Energy’s
commitment to environment and safety
- Blue switchgear technology will help National
Grid meet zero-carbon emissions goal
In line with
shared commitments to decarbonize, National Grid and Siemens Energy are teaming
up to undertake a cutting-edge upgrade of a National Grid substation using
Siemens Energy designed fluorinated gas free “Blue circuit breakers” with clean
air insulation and vacuum switching technology.
- The Gibsonton, Florida facility demonstrates
Siemens Energy’s commitment to investing in U.S.-based manufacturing and
servicing of components for advanced energy projects, for worldwide export. The company has invested over $100 million
into the facility so far.
- Wage increases already implemented for existing
- Growth plan includes hiring roughly 100 employees
in the next two years
- Ownership of AAC will help secure the company’s
supply chain in the U.S., with essential turbine parts composed of advanced
materials and requiring advanced manufacturing processes
Energy announced today that it has acquired Advanced Airfoil Components (AAC),
a business operating as a joint venture of Siemens Energy and Chromalloy since
- Program will train next generation cyber defenders to protect critical infrastructure, filling critical
- Modernized approach to learning will create a sustainable, future-ready workforce in an area of
Siemens Energy, Inc. and a group of non-profit and academic organizations today announced a
consortium to establish a new industrial cybersecurity apprenticeship program to defend critical
infrastructure. The Cybersecurity & Industrial Infrastructure Security Apprenticeship Program
(CIISAp) was launched with five other founding members, including ICS Village, Inc., Regional
Economic Development for Eastern Idaho (REDI), MISI Academy, Capitol Technology University,
SANS Institute, Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) and Idaho State University (ISU),
who will collectively design and run an apprenticeship program that links rigorous academic classes
and educational training with real-world job rotations at leading industrial companies.
- Siemens Energy’s on-demand mobile resilience
transformer allows equipment to be
leased out and deployed rapidly to maximize grid resilience while mitigating
the impacts of long-term outages or for emergency response from a failed transformer.
- Rapid response generator step-up (GSU) transformers
are a temporary solution that are designed to reestablish power with three
compact and versatile single-phase units in case of a transformer failure. Transport
and installation is capable of being completed within weeks, instead of a customer
waiting 9 to 12 months for a replacement GSU transformer to be manufactured and
- Solution offers multi-voltage flexibility to be
installed as a plug-and-play option to fit almost any generation and
transmission voltage arrangement.
Siemens Energy announced today the successful delivery and
installation of three single phase Pretact® GSU Sensformer™ transformers that were
deployed to provide a solution in response to a failed conventional transformer
at a combined cycle power plant.
- Siemens Energy’s well
established STATCOM technology (SVC PLUS®) has a proven track record in
challenging environments like that posed by California’s climate with high
seismicity and wind speed.
- Dynamic reactive power support
for substations allows for fast responding voltage support in case of system events
and transmission outages.
Siemens Energy announced today that it
will provide four static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) installations for LS
Power Grid California, LLC (LS Power) substation projects in California. A
STATCOM is a quick-reacting system capable of providing or absorbing reactive power
to regulate the voltage at the point of connection to a power grid. This voltage regulation will be key to
ensuring the reliability of the power grid as renewable energy sources are brought
online, enabling further decarbonization of California’s energy mix.