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To further improve its service and maintenance solutions for offshore wind power plants, Siemens introduces service operation vessels (SOVs) in 2015.
With Siemens’ innovative service operation vessels, offshore wind power servicing will become safer, more cost-efficient and more reliable.
The future of energy concerns much more than the phasing out of nuclear energy. Vital parts our countries’ infrastructure must be reshaped.
The Flex-Plant™ technology enables combined cycle power plants to ramp up quickly when input from renewables dies down.
Siemens installed the latest HVDC technology with innovative seismic damping to strengthen New Zealand’s power supply.
An offshore wind power plant in the North Sea makes for a more sustainable energy supply in Munich.
The BorWin2 offshore platform will link the Veja Mate wind farm and Stadtwerke München’s Global Tech 1 wind farm to the mainland grid.
Gas-insulated high-voltage switchgear for DC applications facilitate the grid-infeed of power from renewable sources.
Thailand’s economic success depends on distributed power producers providing reliable energy for local industries. Siemens gas and steam turbines ensure resource efficiency and low emissions.
Amid the barren mountains of Sonora in Mexico, mining brings work and progress to people with few other options. Electric power is supplied by two Siemens combined cycle power plants (CCPP).
Siemens delivered a turnkey power plant that helps provide the reliable power supply required to unlock Nigeria’s economic potential.
Siemens Remote Diagnostic Services can help achieve highest performance and availability, maximum output, and cost optimization for power plants.
The Hudson back-to-back HVDC system and the Neptune HVDC system ensure stable power supply for the metropolitan area of New York.
The H-class gas turbine turns Dangjin 3 in Korea into the most efficient combined cycle power plant in Asia to date.
A new view on the changing energy system enables answers to the system’s key challenges.
How Siemens technology and turnkey expertise delivered Oman’s most efficient thermal power plant.
In close collaboration, Siemens and power plant operator Drax implemented the largest steam turbine modernization in UK history so far.
How the Siemens Flex-Plant TM 30 Technology in Lodi helps California to reach its energy goals.
A Siemens tidal current power plant generates 1,200 kW of electricity – enough to serve 1,500 households in Northern Ireland.
The Siemens SWT-6.0-154 makes offshore wind power noticeably more efficient, more profitable, and more reliable.
The Spanish utility Red Eléctrica de España implemented an HVDC transmission system which connects Majorca to the grid of mainland Spain.
Repowering “Unit 6” of the Kirishi thermal power plant in Russia turned the steam turbine plant into a state-of-the-art combined-cycle power plant.
Virtually endless power resources are available in the mountains of the Yunnan province in Western China: hydropower.
China is the world’s largest wind power market with an installed capacity of some 60 gigawatts. The huge annual installation volume will continue to a capacity of 150 gigawatts by 2020.
An unprecedented wave of industrialization and increased quality of life have multiplied the demand for energy in China in next to no time.
The world is full of energy. However, energy needs to be converted into power in order to make use of it. It is this conversion process that keeps us on the edge of our seats.
The Mexican charity project „Luz cerca de todos“ (Light close to everyone) works to bring electric power to villages that are not connected to the grid.