The industrial sector accounts for approximately 37 percent* of all energy used worldwide and a large share of global CO₂ emissions. Our Industrial Applications division plays a crucial role in helping customers transition to a lower-carbon world that protects our health and environment without compromising competitiveness, efficiency, safety, and reliability.
Creating sustainable value throughout the decarbonization journey
The transition to a low-carbon future is a journey with many steps. It will take time and require a range of both mature and emerging technologies. We help our customers navigate this dynamic journey by providing a strong portfolio of Rotating equipment, a full suite of services for that equipment, and Electrical, Automation, and Digitalization (R-EAD) solutions, systems, and services.
*According to the International Energy Agency
"The energy transition has given organizations opportunities across the industrial supply chain to leverage new technologies and drive towards a more sustainable and viable future. Siemens Energy is uniquely qualified to help our customers achieve these goals.”
Thorbjoern Fors, Executive Vice President, Industrial Applications
Technology to drive decarbonization in the oil and gas industry
Interview with Thorbjoern Fors, Executive Vice President, Industrial Applications, Siemens Energy, about the decarbonization of the oil and gas industry and the technologies that are helping companies meet their sustainability goals.
Technologies for Industrial Operators
How to make an existing natural gas infrastructure fit for hydrogen operation
The 5th Virtual Pipeline Summit provided a comprehensive overview of a spectrum of challenges and solutions related to the "Digital Transformation in the Pipeline Industry". Listen to our hydrogen expert Peter Adam.
Fraunhofer Hydrogen Lab Görlitz – An important step towards energy transition
A new research platform will move into the Siemens Energy Innovation Campus in Görlitz at the end of 2022. In the future, new technologies for the production, storage and use of hydrogen for fuel cells can be developed and tested.