Interview with Siemens Energy
Find out more about the products and solutions of our exhibitors!27 Mar 2023
1) What is your offering all about?
Siemens Energy is one of the world's leading energy technology companies. Together with our customers and partners, we are working on the energy systems of the future, supporting the transition to a more sustainable world. With our technologies and services, including digitalization, we cover the entire energy value chain. Our portfolio, comprising efficient conventional and renewable energies, including hydrogen solutions, helps meet the growing demand for energy while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. An estimated one-sixth of the world's power generation is based on technologies from Siemens Energy.
2) What are the possible applications of your portfolio?
As an integrated energy technology company, we focus on the unique needs of our customers and partners. Core technologies to accelerate decarbonization spans power generation with low- or zero emissions, efficient energy transmission and storage, and reducing emissions in industrial processes.
3) What is the offering’s main benefit for the customer?
We would like to highlight a few projects to illustrate customer benefits from partnering with Siemens Energy.
4) How can your portfolio contribute to industrial transformation?
A successful energy transition also means using energy as efficiently as possible in industrial processes. One example how we increase energy efficiency in industry is the LNG project with our customer Woodfibre in Canada. The necessary compressors for the process are operated electrically and supplied with clean electricity from hydropower. This will enable us to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the production of liquefied gas by more than 80 percent compared with conventional processes. Furthermore, we see great potential in hydrogen when it comes to energy transition in industry. Together with our cooperation partner Air Liquide, we are currently building a gigawatt-scale production facility for electrolysis units in Berlin. It will go into operation in 2023.
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