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As worldwide energy demands continue to grow, technology solutions need to empower Australia and New Zealand to maximise export opportunities, offer businesses and communities an uninterrupted supply in both regional and remote areas, and realise the vision of a decarbonised power supply.
Siemens is committed to building a sustainable future through the development of energy solutions which improve the productivity and reliability of energy supplies. Applying more than 140 years of global expertise in the fields of electrification, digitalization and automation to the entire energy chain, local teams at Siemens are here to support Australia and New Zealand in achieving a sustainable energy future.
Siemens advances the development of power generation and grid infrastructure through three critical components – electrification, automation and digitalization.
- Electrification efficiently generates, transmits, distributes and utilises energy.
- Automation improves accuracy, efficiency and productivity of processes.
- Digitalization generates data to advance knowledge and enable smarter decisions.
Ensuring the reliability, efficiency, and sustainability of the power supply system while dealing with completely new technical and market demands requires a high degree of agility.
While energy management becomes increasingly complex, we remain focused on helping our customers across Australia and New Zealand improve reliability and efficiency to stay ahead of the challenge - from the control room across the grid out to the consumer. Find out more.
An integrated portfolio of products from Siemens delivers a solution for the entire energy system.
Hydrogen is often described as the fuel of the future. At the recently concluded Davos Economic Forum, 13 prominent global companies formed a ‘Hydrogen Council’ – committing to invest 10 billion euro in the hydrogen economy and infrastructure over the next 5 years.
In Australia, Siemens is helping to establish a hydrogen initiative in Canberra, where a 1.25MW electrolyser will convert electricity to hydrogen. The initiative, established by Neoen and Megawatt Capital in partnership with Siemens and Hyundai, will include a refuelling station and service centre and an initial fleet of 20 hydrogen fuelled cars including a technical support and research program.
Watch an on-demand webinar to learn more about the possible Australian applications for hydrogen in grid stability, as a renewable and clean mobility fuel source and as a renewable export industry.
Learn more about Siemens’ hydrogen solutions here.
Hornsdale Wind Farm clean energy project