Supporting Industries throughout their Energy Transition 

Efficiently, Sustainably, Safely.   

It’s a new industrial era in action, and we’re READ-Y to energize it. The industrial sector currently accounts for 37%* of all energy used worldwide and a large share of global CO2 emissions. Yet the world economy needs to keep going and growing. What’s needed are smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable ways of operating that can balance both a sustainable and reliable energy supply. 

Our Industrial Applications Division is the innovative, agile, and pivotal partner industrial companies can rely on to make both these priorities a reality. Our READ-Y portfolio includes mission-critical Rotating equipment that we maintain throughout its lifecycle with our comprehensive fleet of services, and Electrical, Automation, and Digital offerings that optimize both these equipment and services. These same technologies, combined with what we call the “Y” factor - continuous innovation in technology, business models, and partnerships – will help industrial companies decarbonize their operations at all levels. It’s how we are making tomorrow different today.

 

*According to the International Energy Agency

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Driving decarbonization through innovation and powerful partnerships

As more and more countries set or develop net zero strategies and targets, driving the energy transition is going to be an immense task requiring unprecedented levels of technical innovation; and collaboration and partnerships across industry, government, finance and academia.

Watch the panel discussion with Harald Link, Chairman B. Grimm, Thorbjörn Fors, EVP Industrial Applications Division Siemens Energy, and Vinod Philip, Chief Technology and Strategy Officer Siemens Energy, moderated by Stuart Penson, Co-Editor Transition Economist.

"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.”

Thorbjörn Fors, Executive Vice President Industrial Applications, Siemens Energy
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Global leaders and industry players came together on 3 and 4 May at the 2022 IEA Summit in Norway to discuss “The New Energy Economy.” Watch Siemens Energy’s Thorbjörn Fors, EVP of Industrial Applications, keynote address here.

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Energy transition and decarbonization: Pathways for the chemical industry

In our new whitepaper we describe pathways for the chemical sector to bring its operations and value chain on track toward a more sustainable and resilient energy future.

 

Decarbonizing this industry is particularly important because of its key role in delivering technology, products, and services that enable the energy transition, and because by reducing its CO₂ emissions, it will enable other sectors downstream to decarbonize their own value chain. 

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