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Siemens Takes a Look into the Future of Electrical Power

by Ulrich Kreutzer
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The way power is generated and distributed is set to change fundamentally all over the world. However, even experts don’t know exactly how distributed power systems will be structured in the future. Researchers at Siemens and RWTH Aachen University are therefore simulating possible future energy systems on the basis of millions of diverse data sets. In this manner, they are creating digital “twins” of future energy-system structures in a project that is unlike any other in the world.

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The way power is generated and distributed is set to change fundamentally all over the world. However, even experts don’t know exactly how distributed power systems will be structured in the future. Researchers at Siemens and RWTH Aachen University are therefore simulating possible future energy systems on the basis of millions of diverse data sets. In this manner, they are creating digital “twins” of future energy-system structures in a project that is unlike any other in the world.

Siemens Presents New Metro for Riyadh

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  • 74 Inspiro type metro vehicles
  • 2 and 4-car trains designed for the region's extreme climate
  • Certification runs will start in 2016 in Germany
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  • 74 Inspiro type metro vehicles
  • 2 and 4-car trains designed for the region's extreme climate
  • Certification runs will start in 2016 in Germany

How Infrastructure Planning is Being Used by LA as a Blueprint For Sustainable Urban Development

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Between now and 2025 the population of Los Angeles will grow by around 2.5 million people. With one eye fixed on meeting the demands of these new and existing residents for energy, water, transport, and communications, the city is investing US$40 million in infrastructure that could signal the start of a new era of sustainable development.

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Between now and 2025 the population of Los Angeles will grow by around 2.5 million people. With one eye fixed on meeting the demands of these new and existing residents for energy, water, transport, and communications, the city is investing US$40 million in infrastructure that could signal the start of a new era of sustainable development.

Siemens USA: Ingenuity for Life

See how ingenuity from Siemens touches lives across America
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Ingenuity for life is technology paired with purpose - a powerful mix of know-how, innovation, reliability, and responsibility. Our passion is to help society, companies and people work and live better through intelligent infrastructure, reliable transportation, sustainable energy and advanced manufacturing.

Siemens Ingenuity for life is moving America forward.

Microgrids in the American Power Network

by Julia Hesse and Sally Jacquemin
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Smart microgrids provide higher reliability and more efficient operation of distributed generation assets than conventional systems. Siemens is participating in a community energy resiliency grant program in New York State and optimizing electrical generation at a Native American reservation in California.

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Smart microgrids provide higher reliability and more efficient operation of distributed generation assets than conventional systems. Siemens is participating in a community energy resiliency grant program in New York State and optimizing electrical generation at a Native American reservation in California.

Helping Cities Get Smarter

How can cities become smarter and more livable? Siemens expert Martin Powell talks about the main emerging trends for urban technologies and the crucial role of digitalization.
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Mr. Powell, you live and work in London. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit's annual index (2014), London is one of Europe's least livable cities. Isn’t this surprising, given that London’s infrastructure has long been a model for other big cities?

Siemens Stiftung "empowering people." Award 2015

More than 800 innovators from 88 countries submit technical inventions with social impact for people in developing regions
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The “empowering people. Award 2015”, launched last July, has attracted innovators and developers around the world. They entered products and solutions in the most relevant categories of basic supply designed to tackle challenges faced by those living in the poorest regions of the world. Alongside the 23 winning solutions, the most promising entries will be showcased in the Siemens Stiftung’s Solutions Database making the innovations accessible to the public. 

Siemens’ SiMobility Connect Tool Provides Commuters Convenient, Eco-Friendly and Multi-Modal Traveling

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For many years, there has been no lack of alternative means of transport with which to travel through the city faster than by car, while at the same time doing your bit to relieve traffic congestion and protect the environment. But something vital was still lacking for the next chapter in the success story of intermodality to be opened: a convenient way to plan and book those trips from the first to the last mile with just one click.

Siemens: Three Records, Two Partners, One Power Plant

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Siemens has built the world’s most efficient power plant in Düsseldorf, Germany. Setting three world records, it is considered the new industry benchmark. The “Fortuna” power plant is designed using highly advanced products by Siemens. Outfitted with a combination of a gas turbine, a steam turbine, and additional waste heat recovery, it sets three world records at once.
 

Siemens Sets New Performance and Efficiency World Record at Düsseldorf Power Plant

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  • Electrical efficiency of around 61.5 percent and a record power generating capacity of 603.8 MW during test run
  • Plant can supply around 300 MW of heat for district heating
  • Handover to customer 19 days ahead of schedule
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  • Electrical efficiency of around 61.5 percent and a record power generating capacity of 603.8 MW during test run
  • Plant can supply around 300 MW of heat for district heating
  • Handover to customer 19 days ahead of schedule

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