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As the energy sector races to meet the deadlines of the Paris Agreement, Europe is currently facing an energy crisis: possible gas shortages, enormous energy costs and the challenge of keeping the grids stable even in uncertain times. Grid operators everywhere are looking for the best strategic approach to speeding up their energy transition towards sustainability while at the same time ensuring stability. But where – and how – to start?

There is no time to waste: The increasing complexity of managing electrical grids needs fast and sustainable answers, from planning through operations to maintenance. The key to managing this intricacy is the convergence of operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT). By embracing this new way of solving grid issues, power utilities are able to turn complexity into competitive advantage – easy, fast and at scale.

Siemens Smart Infrastructure is leading the change. To get a glimpse of the involved technologies, and partners, visit us on ENLIT 2022 in Frankfurt, starting Nov 29th until Dec 1st.

As every year there will be keynote speeches, HUB sessions, product presentations, and most importantly: think tanks to enable participation when it comes to tackling the most pressing energy issues.

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Further Information


Eva-Maria Baumann

Smart Infrastructure

+49 174 2358 997

Jessica Humphrey

Smart Infrastructure

+44 7921 728 517