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Integrated power supply solutions
Totally Integrated Power (TIP) stands for integrated power supply solutions for industries, buildings, and infrastructures. Siemens’ comprehensive power supply portfolio enables a reliable, safe, and efficient power supply using software and hardware products, systems, and solutions for all voltage levels.
Every industry has its own challenges, each project has specific objectives. But they all have one thing in common: power is important to increase productivity, provide the best possible safety, and optimize the plant availability. The modular TIP concept forms the foundation for accurate and integrated solutions for every requirement, even for service-critical equipment.
Projects incorporating integrated power supply solutions – worldwide, in special industries with varying challenges.
Streamlined equipment for a newly designed regasification system, for liquefied natural gas
Highest safety standards using protection devices and uninterrupted power supply
Energy savings via the power management system
Siemens supplied the required gas- and air-insulated products for high- and medium-voltage
Supervision and commissioning was carried out by Siemens
Maximum power load during factory operation: 108 MW
Fast construction of a factory in Mexico that shortens the delivery time for the electrical distribution system to around six months
Siemens carried out planning, installation, and commissioning for KIA
TIP as a complete solution for the project
TIP as a complete solution for various uses at the ADAC headquarters
Space-saving, safe, and reliable power supply solution
Particularly energy-efficient power distribution
Integrated turnkey solution from Siemens for electrical engineering and building automation
Significantly lower energy consumption and ecological footprint
Annual savings of up to 335,000 tonnes of CO₂ emissions