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The Green Light for a Green City

Buses on time, smoothly flowing traffic and lower CO2 emissions. Sitraffic STREAM from Siemens is an intelligent traffic prioritization system that makes sure buses and emergency vehicles in Böblingen automatically get the green light.
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The green light for buses and emergency vehicles
It sounds like an impossibly complex system with a large number of moving parts, but it is a reality in Böblingen, where smooth traffic is now the standard. Sitraffic STREAM ensures that urban traffic flows seamlessly, with the added benefit of reduced CO2 emissions.

Siemens Secures 53MW Scotland Wind Order

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  • Siemens to supply 23 SWT-2.3-93 onshore wind turbines
  • 20-year service agreement included
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  • Siemens to supply 23 SWT-2.3-93 onshore wind turbines
  • 20-year service agreement included

Coastal Production Plant Reduces the Costs of Offshore Wind Energy

by Dr Norbert Aschenbrenner
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Siemens plans to lower the costs of offshore wind turbines by producing the rotor blades of these machines on coastlines. An example is a new production and assembly plant being built in Hull, situated on the eastern coast of England, around 300 kilometers north of London.

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Siemens plans to lower the costs of offshore wind turbines by producing the rotor blades of these machines on coastlines. An example is a new production and assembly plant being built in Hull, situated on the eastern coast of England, around 300 kilometers north of London.

How Do We Stop Climate Change?

Interview with Roland Busch, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens, at COP21
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Siemens to Increase R&D Investment by €300 Million to a Total of €4.8 Billion

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  • New unit to create more space for founder and startup culture
  • Innovation funds of €100 million for employee ideas
  • New research centers in China and Munich
  • Company-wide Sinalytics platform for digital services
  • Nine researchers honored for around 650 inventions
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  • New unit to create more space for founder and startup culture
  • Innovation funds of €100 million for employee ideas
  • New research centers in China and Munich
  • Company-wide Sinalytics platform for digital services
  • Nine researchers honored for around 650 inventions

With Help from Siemens, Copenhagen Will Meet 2025 Carbon Neutrality Target

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Copenhagen is on the path to meet its 2025 target for carbon neutrality. Siemens has been working with the City of Copenhagen to assess the benefits of implementing new technologies. Our City Performance Tool (CyPT) estimates the future impacts and identifies the best energy, transport and building technologies. Download the whole report here.

CEO Joe Kaeser Presents Siemens' CO2 Neutrality Initiative

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Siemens CEO and President, Joe Keaser explains how Siemens will realize their plan to reduce carbon emissions. Siemens remains hopeful that global policy makers will come to an agreement at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris.

Read more at www.siemens.com/about/sustainability/e

Ancient City, Young Again

by Justus Krüger
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China’s cities are undergoing structural rejuvenation. In the process, they are growing at an unparalleled rate. The country’s former capital, Nanjing, is a case in point.

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China’s cities are undergoing structural rejuvenation. In the process, they are growing at an unparalleled rate. The country’s former capital, Nanjing, is a case in point.

Siemens: The Sound of Sustainability

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Carnegie Hall is one of the world´s most famous concert halls and well known for its outstanding acoustic. As its official technology partner, Siemens helped Carnegie Hall achieve LEED Silver certification.

Siemens at Smart City Expo World Congress

SIEMENS AT SMART CITY EXPO WORLD CONGRESS November 17-19, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain
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Today, we are already more urbanized than at any other time in history, and the UN estimates that by 2050 roughly two thirds of the world’s population will live in cities. The issues and challenges of urban development are critical to our future quality of living. It’s not surprising then that the Smart Cities Expo World Congress (SCEWC) attracts more than 10,000 people, representing hundreds of cities from around the world.

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