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TheEnergyBlog Team| Apr 16, 2014

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Hannover Messe 2014 - Energy storage opportunities are everywhere

Part 3 of Prof. Dr. Michael Weinhold’s insights into the future of energy from an interview given at Hannover Messe on April 8:  “I like to think of storage in the widest sense,” says Dr. Weinhold. “It’s not only about storing electricity for later use. It’s also about crossing over into other infrastructures like mobility. For example, we see it now in electic and hybrid cars that carry batteries. (As an aside, at Dr. Weinholds university institute they converted a Trabant into an E-Trabi as fa ...

TheEnergyBlog Team| Apr 15, 2014

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Hannover Messe 2014 - Smart grids are about to get a whole lot smarter

Part 2 of Prof. Dr. Michael Weinhold’s insights into the future of energy from an interview given at Hannover Messe on April 8: What would power plants be without grids?  “Grids are the glue that holds it all together,” said Dr. Weinhold. “They are a highly efficient means of transportation, and efficiency in transmission is obviously critical in terms of cost and practical delivery.” Dr. Weinhold predicts significant advances ahead for grids: “I see a very wide span of development. I see super- ...

TheEnergyBlog Team| Apr 15, 2014

Nasir Giwa

Developers are confident in our performance

This is part 4 of the Geregu-series. Nasir Giwa was appointed corporate account manager for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) at Siemens in 2011. He also doubled as the head of the former Siemens Oil and Gas Division in Nigeria until the merger of the Fossil Power and the Oil & Gas Divisions to form the new Power Generation Division in 2013. Currently, Giwa is heading this new Division in Nigeria and also is the lead contact for Siemens’ oil and gas business in the country. ...

Adam Wesoly| Apr 15, 2014

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"We're shovel sellers, not gold miners"

Over the past five days, the Hannover Messe was the scene of a wide range of presentations, keynote talks and podium discussions on all aspects of the future of industry. Siemens was involved in many of them, both in and away from the booth. Events took place every day on the big stage in the Siemens Future Forum. Various presentations discussed the manufacturing of the future and how Siemens envisions it. For example, Jochen Koch showed his audience how the automotive industry will shift to Ind ...

Adam Wesoly| Apr 15, 2014

Podiumsdiskussion-Siemens

„Wir sehen uns als „Schaufel-Anbieter“, nicht als Goldgräber“

Während der letzten Woche fanden auf der Hannover Messe unterschiedlichste Vorträge, Key Notes und Podiumsdiskussionen rund um die Zukunft der Industrie statt. Siemens war oft mit dabei – auf und auch abseits des eigenen Messestandes. Auf der großen Bühne im Siemens Future Forum gab es täglich Programm. In verschiedenen Präsentationen wurde über die Produktion der Zukunft gesprochen und wie sich Siemens diese vorstellt. Beispielsweise brachte Jochen Koch den Zuhörern näher, wie sich die Automobi ...

Gaelle Hotellier about Hydrogen at Hannover Messe

Hannover Messe 2014 - High hopes for hydrogen

The principle of Electrolysis has been known for decades but PEM electrolysis is an important new technology for the production of hydrogen as an energy carrier.  This form of energy is particularly useful for energy storage when used in conjunction with renewable energy sources because it is extremely clean. The technology can be used to help stabilize grids in the face of increased demand or fluctuation in supply of highly weather-dependent wind or solar energy. It also has application in the ...

TheEnergyBlog Team| Apr 11, 2014

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Hannover Messe 2014 - The future of energy looks bright

Several impressive possibilities for the future of energy were showcased at Hannover Messe. And many of the 50 speakers at Siemens Future Forum made it abundantly clear that the ways in which we choose to consume renewables and non-renewables over the coming decades will have significant social, economic and environmental implications. When asked about his impressions of the fair, Mr. Jan-Peter Schwartz, Head of Communications Siemens Energy, said: “Siemens has attended the Hannover Fair since 1 ...

Adam Wesoly| Apr 11, 2014

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Industrie 4.0 – Evolution statt Revolution

Wie schaffen wir es, dass unser Land auch in der Zukunft im internationalen Vergleich wettbewerbsfähig bleibt? Wie werden Unternehmen morgen produzieren? Die Antwort auf diese Fragen ist schon heute in aller Munde und lautet: Industrie 4.0. Im „Future Forum“ auf der Hannover Messe zeigt Siemens die „Future of Manufacturing“. Herzstück des „Future Forums“ ist dabei der „Automotive Showcase“, eine komplett automatisierte Montageanlage für die Automobilindustrie, bei der Prozesse, die heute in den ...

TheEnergyBlog Team| Apr 10, 2014

Denis Imamovic with Siemens colleagues at the Future Forum II

Hannover Messe 2014 - Compact systems promise a big future for HVDC applications

The better an innovation the more startling its impact. In these terms the recent innovations in the field of gas insulation are very impressive indeed. “Replacing air insulation with gas insulation in power transmission systems can result in space savings of up to 95%,” says Denis Imamovic, who heads development of gas-insulated direct current systems within the Siemens Power Transmission Division.“This innovation translates directly into parallel savings in costs, especially in high-density ur ...

TheEnergyBlog Team| Apr 10, 2014

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Hannover Messe 2014 - Conventional and renewable energy will dance even more closely together

Part 1 of Prof. Dr. Michael Weinhold’s 4 insights into the future of energy, which he shared in an interview at Hannover Messe on April 8:The key issues in managing the relationship between conventional and renewable energy are efficiency and flexibility, according to Prof. Dr. Weinhold. “This relates to both conventional and renewable power plants and how we integrate both to meet power needs in the most efficiently seamless method possible,” he said. “We have more and more renewables with vari ...


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