Siemens Digital Grid

Agility in Energy. Ahead of the Challenge. Ahead of the Change.

We are now Siemens Smart Infrastructure!

Doing business in the 21st century requires successful companies to be highly agile, innovative and keenly focused on changing markets and customer needs. It is in this spirit that Siemens implemented its Vision2020+ strategy to shift from a conglomerate setup to a purpose-driven, market-focused model.

Effective April 1, 2019, our activities will be bundled into Smart Infrastructure. We are bringing together the businesses responsible for building technologies, low and medium voltage power distribution, digital grid, as well as control components.
 
Smart infrastructure intelligently connects energy systems, buildings and industries to adapt and evolve the way we live and work.  We work together with customers and partners to create an ecosystem that intuitively responds to the needs of people and helps customers to better use resources. It helps our customers to thrive, communities to progress and supports sustainable development.
 
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Siemens Digital Grid partners with leading global utilities to provide expertise and innovative technologies to help in their digitalization journeys. In North America, Siemens Digital Grid has worked with more than 1,000 leading utilities to deliver proven products, solutions, and services that improve operational efficiencies, enhance reliability and resiliency, and empower consumers to better manage their energy use.

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The Atlantic: How On-Site Energy Solutions Can Help Save the Grid

Microgrids Financing WP

 Arizona Public Service: Many residents of Arizona want to soak up the power of the sun. Arizona’s largest electric company, Arizona Public Service, wants to give its customers this option, but doing so can present technical challenges. Through a pilot program, APS is now testing a solution to further improve reliability using residential solar and battery storage.

Zpryme Utility Survey: The Utility View of Achieving Agility in the Distributed Energy Era Through a Holistic & Flexible Digitalization Approach

Gartner 2015 Meter Data Management Magic Quadrant

This report breaks down the challenges and benefits of DERs in today’s utilities, and discusses how utilities are developing digitalization strategies to build a holistic, fully integrated, and flexible DER-enabled grid. Zpryme surveyed over 200 utilities to find answers to these questions and more.


Grid Management of the Future: With Siemens' DERMS Solution

Distribution Management System

A Siemens Distributed Energy Resource Management System (DERMS) provides utilities with a scalable solution to effectively engage customers, manage and optimize DERs, and automate business processes for DERs.

Siemens Electrical Digital Twin

PSS®E

Siemens Electrical Digital Twin closely aligns real and virtual worlds by providing utilities with a single source of truth to model data across their IT landscape. It helps customers leverage data synergies of tomorrow, while achieving operational efficiencies today.






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