Tag Archives: Siemens

Siemens: Supplies to the Front Lines

Siemens makes changes at the top as it heads the effort on the front lines Seemingly encircled on Europe’s coronavirus map, Siemens’ Munich, Germany headquarters are currently working on an engineering initiative to combat the rapidly spreading pandemic. Only the company won’t just be helping its home country or neighbors; it’s launching a full-scale, worldwide […]

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We Gonna Rock Down To…

…E-lec-tric Avenue! Siemens cultivating brilliant lamp post charging station idea Industrial-tech conglomerate Siemens has begun cultivation of a brilliant idea for electric vehicle charging discussed for the past few years. The project, in collaboration with German tech company Ubitricity and Westminster City Council, successfully converted 24 lampposts into EV charge points using existing city infrastructure, […]

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Brand Name Chargers

ABB’s electric vehicle kits will be up against the best of competition at Hannover Messe Provided this year’s Hannover Messe fair proceeds as newly scheduled, there should be an excellent selection of new gadgets to peruse, as usual. Just in case the coronavirus cancels plans, however, here’s some sneak previews. The innovation-packed trade fair, which […]

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Electrothermal Storage

SGRE unveils new method & system for storage up to 130 MW/h for a week Siemens‘ renewable energy offshoot, Siemens Gamesa, introduced its latest in energy storage tech last week: an electrothermal system said to be capable of storing up to 130 megawatt-hours of electricity for the duration of one week by utilizing volcanic rock. […]

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Wind Turbine Repairs

AWEA’s Windpower expo next week in Houston could be a great place to start If you’ve been skeptical of the potential for servicing wind turbines, look no further than this statistic for encouragement. Livonia, Michigan’s own PSI Repair Services, Inc., recently surpassed 40,000 repaired wind-turbine parts for the wind energy market, following a busy 2018. […]

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Siemens Spinoff: Energy, Divided

Conglomerate separates gas, power, renewables due to low demand for gas turbines Remember when the beloved show Cheers took one of its popular but niche-y characters and gave Frasier his own platform to operate? This is (kind of) like that! German conglomerate Siemens AG said it will spin off and give up its majority stake […]

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BPMA Awards

Plenty of familiar names walked home with accolades this year in Oxfordshire A number of companies synonymous with the pages of EA took home awards in the pump industry this year at the 2019 BPMA Pump Industry Awards, which took place March 21 at Heythrop Park Country Resort in Oxfordshire, England. Armstrong Fluid Technology’s Design […]

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Smart Cities

Wildly ambitious, potential IoT hubs are a popular banner for tech companies. But they’re often short on details—and their progress is difficult to quantify The concept of the “smart city” has already gone through a number of iterations in a short lifespan. Many of them are wildly ambitious, and others seem practical but are short […]

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Wind Farm to Windy City

Proposed line will transport wind and solar energy from Iowa to Chicago’s wholesale power markets A bold proposal to take wholesale-level renewable energy sources underground via fiber optic cables, then tunnel it towards Chicago to supply two major markets with power, gained its first step of approval. Direct Connect Development Company (DC DevCo) announced the […]

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Siemens’ Big Play Potential

Selected by Boeing for automation; SGRE signs large Russian contract In less than a week to start December, Siemens has inked deals with Boeing and Ruselprom. The company is living up to its reputation as a “major player in the industry” or “industry leader”…all the phrases we tend to see in press releases but that […]

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