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Welcome to Siemens Energy in the USAWe are a 10,400 strong team dedicated to serving as a fully integrated, full-service partner and driver of the energy transition. Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, our presence in the United States consists of offices in 84 locations including 26 facilities dedicated to manufacturing. Nearly one quarter of our US workforce works in production operations across our Generation, Industrial Applications, Transmission, and New Energy Businesses. Our diversity is our strength, and we are powered by our people and our values. With a focus on sustainability, on the co-creation of innovations with our partners, and on strong engagement in the communities where we operate, we seek not only to deliver on the fundamentals but to lead the energy transformation now.
What we doWe offer products, solutions, and services across the entire energy value chain. We support our customers on their way to a more sustainable future – no matter how far along the journey they are. For more information visit our global site:
Transformers for Renewable Energy
Siemens Energy is supporting the growing renewable energy generation capacity in the US by providing many of the Transformers needed to connect to the grid.
We have provided units for delivery to 16+ projects located across the country.
Natural Gas Fired Combined Heat and Power System
Tate and Lyle’s $75 million investment in a new SE natural gas fired CHP system to re-place coal burning boilers will reduce green-house gas emissions by around 40% and water usage by around 5%.
The new plant will allow the customer to control their own power generation on site, reducing waste and energy costs. The system offers fuel flexibility – including the ability to incorporate hydrogen.
Boil-Off Compressors for Calcasieu Pass LNG Project
Cameron Parish, Louisiana
SE supplied three boil-off compressor (BOG) packages for a new LNG export facility. The facility is expected to produce 10 MTPA of clean liquefied natural gas for export to global markets.
SE will engineer, manufacture and test two centrifugal BOG compression packages and one reciprocating BOG compression pack-age. All compressors will be directly driven by electric motors. The project involves an innovative modular, mid-scale configuration that will produce low-cost LNG with a shorter construction schedule.
Hydrogen Pilot Project
Clemson, North Carolina
SE has teamed up with Duke Energy and Clemson University for a year-long study on the use of H2 for energy storage and as a low or no-carbon fuel source to produce energy at Duke Energy’s combined heat and power plant on the Clemson campus.
The DOE-funded project will evaluate multiple forms of hydrogen production, including green hydrogen, with the goal of reducing the car-bon footprint on the Clemson campus while optimizing the cost of energy for the campus and microgrid.
SE’s Silyzer electrolizer will be used to pro-duce hydrogen to help power the existing gas turbines at the plant.
AI-Driven Cybersecurity Monitor and Detection Service
SE’s new service helps small and medium-sized energy companies defend critical infrastructure against cyberattacks. Powered by the Eos.ii technology platform, the service provides cybersecurity experts with action-able insights to allow them to implement precise defense measure in SE’s state-of-the-art operational technology-security center.
MDR is the first AI-driven cybersecurity monitoring solution to proactively detect and pre-vent attacks on critical infrastructure before the attackers strike, and is designed to defend power generation, oil & gas, renewable energy and transmission and distribution customers.
Blue Clean Air Vacuum Techno-logy for Circuit Breakers and Switchers
Traverse City, Michigan
The Blue Clean Air Circuit Switcher eliminates Green House Gas (GHG) emissions, contributing to the decarbonization of energy.
Advanced current interrupting capability prolongs the lifespan of the technology over 5x longer than conventional SF6 circuit switchers, resulting in ~40% lower lifecycle cost.
Services for Gas Turbines Upgrade Specialty Chemicals Facility
SE’s three 33-megawatt SGT-700 industrial gas turbines will allow the customer to retire assets that currently provide process steam for its facility. SE will perform all scheduled outages for the duration of the eight-year program.
The SE turbine is designed for higher output and efficiency. With its high exhaust heat and ability to handle sudden load changes, the SGT-700 is ideal for simple cycle, combined cycle, cogeneration, and other heating applications.