- Siemens Mobility is building seven two-car Mireo Plus H trains powered by fuel cells for Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn (NEB)
- Switching from diesel to hydrogen on the Heidekrautbahn will reduce annual CO₂ emissions by around three million kilos and save 1.1 million liters of diesel
- For Siemens Mobility the first order for a fleet of trains based on hydrogen technology
- The hydrogen fleet will be delivered in the fall of 2024. The trains are planned to operate on the Heidekrautbahn network (RB27) beginning in December 2024.
- The order placed with Siemens Mobility also includes a service and spare parts supply agreement (TSSSA) covering the entire term of the transport contract.
Siemens Mobility has been commissioned by Niederbarnimer Eisenbahn (NEB) to deliver seven two-car Mireo Plus H trains for the Heidekrautbahn network (RB27) in the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region. Equipped with a fuel cell drive system and a lithium-ion battery, this second-generation hydrogen train provides completely CO₂ emission-free mobility.
- Design, supply, testing, and commissioning of the power supply system for Jurong Region Line
A Siemens Mobility led consortium that includes Concord Corporation Pte Ltd. has been awarded a contract by the Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) for the design, supply, testing, and commissioning of the power supply system for the future Jurong Region Line. The system will be designed to be upgradeable, with interfaces for connecting power supply and signaling that will meet industry standards.
- Siemens to supply fluorine gas-free blue GIS medium-voltage switchgear to Liechtensteinische Kraftwerke (LKW)
- Climate-neutral insulation gas Clean Air replaces the greenhouse gas SF6 and dispenses with all other fluorinated gases
- Investment in climate protection and supply security in Liechtenstein
(LKW) has chosen sustainable medium-voltage switchgear from Siemens. The new
5-field NXPLUS C 24 system from the environmentally friendly blue GIS portfolio
of Siemens Smart Infrastructure was commissioned by the customer at the
Wiesengasse West substation in Schaan, Liechtenstein. This makes LKW one of the
first grid operators to convert an entire medium-voltage switchgear
installation to the climate-friendly insulating gas Clean Air.
- Updated fire control panels, new detector and mobile app added to the Cerberus fire safety portfolio
- Digitalization of fire protection systems and related maintenance activities simplify day-to-day routines
- Easier installation and maintenance planning as additional benefit to system integrators, service providers and customers
Siemens is expanding its Cerberus PRO fire safety offering
with updated FC720 fire control panels, an IoT-enabled OOH740 detector equipped
for disturbance-free tests, and the Cerberus Connect mobile app that complements
the existing Cloud Apps. As a result, system integrators, service providers and
customers will benefit from resource optimization, simplified planning, and maintenance
as well as higher convenience during operations.
- Builds on initial order of 75 locomotives in 2018, with the first having entered service in February 2022
- 125 cleaner, faster, more efficient engines will be in service by 2029
- The Charger Locomotive is the most energy-efficient Tier 4 passenger locomotive in the industry
- The total contract value of up to $2 billion includes the original contract for $850 million
Amtrak, the National Railroad Passenger Corporation of the United States, has ordered an additional 50 Charge Locomotives from Siemens Mobility. Together with the initial order of 75 locomotives in 2018, the 125 diesel-electric units are an important part of Amtrak’s sustainability initiative and are considerably more environmentally friendly than their 1990’s predecessors. The total contract value of up to $2 billion includes the original contract for $850 million and incorporates both the manufacturing as well as the long-term service agreement for technical support, spare parts, and material supply.
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- Highlight: sustainable hydrogen solution for residential boilers
- Intelligent, digitalized heat interface unit for multi-family apartment buildings
- LMV6 burner management system for medium and high capacity burners boosts efficiency
- New function for self-optimizing dynamic valves saves up to 30% energy
At Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE)
trade show, Siemens Smart Infrastructure will present a completely renewed
portfolio designed to accelerate the decarbonization of commercial, industrial,
and residential buildings. Under the motto “Transform the Everyday,” Siemens
will also display products and solutions for original equipment manufacturers
(OEMs) that make buildings more efficient, digital, connected, and comfortable.
MCE will take place from June 28 to July 1 in Milan, Italy.
Whether for workpiece handling, retooling, postprocessing or parallel
machining, robots and machine tools are working ever more closely together.
Companies in almost all industrial sectors already benefit from robots today.
But integrating robots into automation and exploiting their full potential poses
many challenges. Under the motto "Seamless and fast integration of robot
kinematics into automation", Siemens will be presenting at this year's
automatica (Hall B6, Booth 302) how companies can overcome these
challenges and how the digital and real worlds can be connected through
robotics and automation solutions.
- Upgrades to help improve infrastructure, support operational excellence and enhance student living-learning experience
As part of its 10-year strategic plan, ‘Transformation Morgan
2030: Leading the Future,’ Baltimore-based Morgan State University (MSU) has
partnered with Siemens on its journey to becoming a smart and connected campus
of the future. Improvements currently underway include implementing a series of
modernization upgrades to the university’s heating, ventilation, and air
conditioning (HVAC), security, and fire and life safety systems with a focus on
energy efficiency, resiliency and sustainability. All work is umbrellaed under
a master service agreement between Maryland Clean Energy Center, Siemens and
MSU to support the university’s campus transformation.
- Siemens to supply ultra-fast charging units on highways connecting the seven emirates
- The Ministry and Siemens signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) in October 2021 to work together on sustainability and digitalization initiatives in the energy and infrastructure sectors
- The EV Charging Corridor is the first project to be delivered under the MOU framework
The United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Energy and
Infrastructure selected Siemens technology for a nationwide network of
ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers which will help reduce carbon
emissions, boost adoption of EVs by addressing so-called range anxiety, and lay
the groundwork for a more connected and sustainable transportation system.