At Siemens Energy, we are focusing on three key areas to decisively shape tomorrow’s world: 1) low- and zero-emission power generation; 2) efficient transmission and storage of electricity; and 3) reducing CO2 emissions from industrial processes.
Based on future economic value and industry needs, we have identified five Fields of Action, each of which is meant to effect meaningful progress in these three areas and serve the core mission to accelerate the energy transition:
Read more about the Haru Oni Project in Chile, South America, where we are producing climate-neutral e-fuels from water, renewables, and captured carbon.
Read more about how our lithium-ion batteries can be used to balance fluctuations in power grids with high penetration from renewables.
Decarbonized heat and industrial processes
Find out how our high-temperature heat pump is supplying Berlin with net-zero heat.
Condition-based service interventions
Discover how we are enabling sustainable operation of hybrid power systems with dispatch optimization, and supporting our customers on their journey toward autonomous operations.
Resilient grids and reliability
Read about how we helped stabilize Ireland’s electrical grid with the world’s largest flywheel.