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The world’s population is growing – the demand for energy is growing faster. This presents four core challenges for a sustainable energy system: security of supply, affordability, climate protection. With the resource efficiency it will take ingenuity to succeed.
Bold strategies can help diversify the energy mix and secure sustainable power for the Middle East for decades to come. This comprehensive report explains the shifting dynamics of the region's energy sector.
Working on the improvement of energy efficiency has always been a core driver for the industry. And it has made tremendous progress in providing innovative technologies that contribute to the better utilization of fossil and renewable resources as well as generated power. Still, this is not enough to meet demanding targets.
What does it take to future-proof energy infrastructure? The answers lies in rethinking the way in which it is operated and serviced. A data-driven approach for the entire energy value chain enables utility providers to manage the performance of their energy assets, lower maintenance and operations costs, and achieve the highest return on investment while ensuring a reliable and safe power supply to the society.
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Managing a rising power demand with reliable, innovative and efficient generation and transmission & distribution technology solutions. This is how Dubai, one of the world’s most dynamic cities, gets the power to ensure daily lives and businesses do not slow down even in the height of the desert summer.
More market participants produce much more data than ever. In a large gas turbine alone, for example, hundreds of sensors measure temperature, pressure, flow paths, and gas compositions every second. And all of them – producers, prosumers and consumers – have to be connected in a smart way in order to enable a stable operation of the Future Energy System. Given that there’s no other way than taking the opportunities of digitalization: State-of-the-art analysis methods are required to ensure this data is intelligently evaluated and utilized.
The essential foundation for the Digital Enterprise is electrical energy. At GMIS you can explore how to enable optimal operation as well as discuss with our experts on how to prepare for mastering future changes with integrated power supply solutions covering electrification, automation enhanced with digitalization.
We understand that Cybersecurity is a critical factor for our customers’ business success ensuring availability, integrity, confidentiality and privacy of data, systems and products. It’s an essential part of the Siemens digitalization strategy helping our customers utilize digital transformation in their industries with our portfolio and industry know-how.
The key to fully exploiting the potential of digitalization lies in the data. By collecting, processing, and utilizing the data of machines and plants in a secure environment it is possible to continuously optimize production processes and assets. The cloud-based, open IoT operating system MindSphere enables companies to turn data into knowledge, and knowledge into measured business success.
To ensure an efficient and reliable power supply, both now and in the future, Siemens offers a wide range of physical and digital products, technologies, and solutions – from state-of-the-art compressors, turbines and generators to virtual power plants, intelligent grid management and innovative storage solutions. With its innovative technologies, products, services, and solutions, Siemens is helping to close the gaps in energy supply and make production, transmission, and distribution smarter.
Together with its customers, Siemens analyses their requirements for energy systems and develops tailored solutions that address their challenges along the entire energy conversion chain. Siemens’ portfolio includes technology and expertise for an economically efficient and reliable power supply, which accounts for resource scarcity and helps to protect the climate. Enter the virtual showroom to get an overview.
Fossil fuels will continue to account for a large share of the future energy mix
Combined Cycle Power Plants
Gas-fired power plants provide reliable, efficient and clean energy
Steam Power Plants
State of the art steam power plants will remain the backbone of many energy systems
The importance of nuclear power will remain high on a global scale
On its way to a profitable future
Large hydropower plants are the only renewable power plants that can steadily deliver large quantities of electricity
Solar power converts the sun’s energy into electricity
The use of biomass as a fuel is CO2-neutral
Turning electricity into a synthetical gas
Quick power for peak load periods.
Pumped Storage Power Plants
Strengthening the power highways of the energy system
Delivering energy reliably where it is needed – a consistent portfolio for medium- and low-voltage applications
Digitalization drives change in energy systems
Commerce and Production
Industrial consumers are becoming prosumers interested in energy efficiency potentials
Reliable energy and efficiency know-how for industrial applications
Smarter use of electricity
Siemens products cover the complete energy conversion chain from the various types of power generation to power transmission and distribution leading to all forms of energy application. Find here an overview of our expertise and services and discover what's possible.
New developments, interesting stories and in-depth information around the energy topic
Boost power generation by 50 % to reach 16.4 gigawatt
Power will be delivered by six 500 kV substations
Siemens Financial Services Division (SFS) is structuring the financing package for Siemens' role in the contracts
Reduction of 2.5 million t emissions
Energy supply for 600,000 residents
Noise exposure less than 25 db in the urban area
Interface between energy producers, network operators and end users
The software captures and aggregates partnered resources.
Participation of small producers helps stabilizing the grid.