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Siemens Energy Service is delivering the right service solutions for your gas turbine, steam turbine, generator or wind turbine to increase efficiency, reliability and availability throughout the entire lifecycle of your assets. From modernizations and upgrades, remote monitoring, lifetime extensions, and condition monitoring to logistical and turnkey service for onshore and offshore wind turbines, we team with you to achieve optimal performance and maximize success.
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A customer-centric mindset is at the foundation of what we do. You can trust that our Energy Service team is highly skilled and deeply committed to your success and to working together with you every step of the way. We’ve invested in building our local service resources in your region so we can understand your unique operating environment and deliver flexible service solutions that provide value to your business.
By pushing the technological envelope and dedicating significant resources to research and development, Energy Service is at the forefront of developing a broad portfolio of innovative and value-added service solutions designed to improve the efficiency, reliability and availability of your assets.
Taking offshore wind service into new waters
To further improve its service and maintenance solutions for next-generation offshore wind power plants, Siemens introduces service operation vessels (SOVs). The first ones will be put into service in 2015.
Siemens provides 150 wind turbines including a 15-year service agreement for largest Dutch offshore project
The Gemini consortium has signed all contracts for a wind power plant in the North Sea with a total construction budget of nearly 3 billion euros. With an installed capacity of 600 MW, Gemini will supply clean energy to one and a half million people.
The Kraftwerke Mainz-Wiesbaden AG is meeting the ever-changing challenges of the energy market with an innovative concept: Waste heat from the waste incineration plant linked with the combined cycle plant is used to run up the plant more quickly after shutdown. This heat is utilized to keep the high and intermediate-pressure sections of the steam turbine within a constant temperature range, which currently enables a fast warm start.
Further cost savings are also anticipated by introducing Hot-start on the fly – a concept that enables simultaneous startup of the gas and steam turbines.
More for less - Wet Compression at Jebel Ali Power Plant in Dubai
The very first installation of Wet Compression both on E-class and F-class gas turbines was in Dubai. It started as a joint pilot project between the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) and Siemens that has become a success story. Today at DEWA’s Jebel Ali power station, there are 8 gas turbines in total equipped with Wet Compression.Watch the video and learn how Wet Compression supports DEWA to supply electricity more efficiently.
Learn more about innovative technologies and reference projects of Energy Service. We operate all over the world with a proven track record.