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Global renewable energy player Siemens Gamesa has announced that it has signed a MOU with Doosan Enerbility to investigate strategic cooperation within offshore wind power activities on several Korea-focused fronts. They are related to collaboration on large-scale offshore wind turbines, sharing of major services including construction of new Korean production facilities, the supply of wind turbine parts, offshore wind turbine installation, and turbine maintenance, among others.
So-called "green" hydrogen production using onshore wind turbines could achieve price parity with fossil-based hydrogen by the year 2030, according to a white paper from Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. In a statement on Wednesday the firm — a major player in wind turbines — also said that green hydrogen produced using wind from the offshore sector could achieve price parity by 2035.
Siemens Energy and Linde Engineering have joined hands to enhance the sustainability and performance of petrochemical facilities. Siemens' low-emissions energy systems along with Linde Engineering’s expertise in steam cracker technology and other downstream processes will open up enormous benefits for petrochemical customers. The partners also plan to explore how renewable technologies and energy storage can be used to support customers’ decarbonization initiatives.
German industrial manufacturing firm, Siemens has secured major work order for the integrated LNG-to-power project GNA 1 of Gás Natural Açu in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Siemens will carry out the turnkey construction of a new combined cycle power plant for the project. The project will also see the first-time application for the Siemens H-class gas turbine in Brazil.
Siemens and Aker Solutions have decided to improve digital offerings in engineering, operations and services. Both the companies have joined a pact for the same and will aim at creating software applications and joint service offerings. This will help in the efficiency growth during the entire plant lifecycle. The oil and gas sector specific offerings will be inspired from Siemens’ Comos engineering platform which will reduce engineering and operational costs.