Grid connectivity

Transmission solutions, seamless integration of renewables, more reliable energy in more places

It’s often a challenge to ensure a reliable power supply in the grid if the demand is rising. We offer solutions for a grid connectivity that helps to ensure energy security as well as reliability and that allows for power to be efficiently distributed and used across a wide area.

Step by step towards grid connectivity

Integration of renewable energy:

Renewable energy

We play a crucial role in integrating renewable energy sources, such as offshore wind farms or solar power plants, into the grid. We thus enable the transmission of renewable power from resource-rich areas to population centers, reducing dependance on fossil fuels and promoting a clean energy mix.

Covering increasing energy demand:

energy demand

We enhance the grid infrastructure and meet the rising energy demand.

Industry Electrification & Energy Access:

transmission lines

We bring affordable and reliable energy to remote and underserved areas, thus facilitating energy access and socio-economic development.

International Energy Trade Optimization:

energy listing

We foster international energy trading by allowing energy surpluses to be exported or imported, thus enhancing energy security, and optimizing resource utilization.

Latest news

There is no green energy transition without transmission

The transition to renewable energy is being prioritized to fight climate change. But unless there is a strong transmission grid to move the electrons to where they are needed, achieving net zero emissions will not be possible.



Renewables need a resilient grid

Siemens Energy to supply technology for three offshore grid connections in the North Sea in billion-euro contract

A consortium of Siemens Energy and Spain's Dragados Offshore has signed a framework agreement with German-Dutch transmission system operator TenneT to supply high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission technology for three grid connections in the German North Sea. The projects available through the agreement will ensure that a total of 6 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind power can be transported onshore. The contract value for the consortium of Siemens Energy and Dragados Offshore is close to €7 billion.