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Turning Wind Energy into a Waltz

It might seem inevitable now that Fort Madison, Iowa, would become a production site for a substantial supply of wind turbine blades. Wind, after all, has always been in the air in that state for as long as Americans can remember.And with that...

Posted July 29, 2014    

Road to Daegu Series: What are Game Changers in Energy Systems Globally? [VIDEO]

As our “Road to Daegu” activities came to an end at the World Energy Congress, Siemens hosted its final Round Table discussion in the Republic of Korea. The panel was tasked with pulling together the previous five discussions and taking an overall...

Posted October 30, 2013    

Road to Daegu Series: Energy Growth in the Middle East

As part of our “Road to Daegu” activities leading up to the World Energy Congress, Siemens is hosting Round Table discussions around the globe on regional energy topics. Our fifth event took place in Abu Dhabi, where the panel debated energy trends...

Posted September 24, 2013    

Road to Daegu Series: A Sustainable Future for China

As part of the “Road to Daegu” activities leading up to the World Energy Congress 2013, Siemens is hosting Round Table discussions around the globe on regional energy topics.  The fourth event took place in the People’s Republic of China, where...

Posted August 22, 2013    

Road to Daegu Series: Affordable, Sustainable Energy for the US

As part of our “Road to Daegu” activities leading up to the World Energy Congress, Siemens is hosting Round Table discussions around the globe on regional energy topics. Our third event took place in The United States of America, where the panel...

Posted August 1, 2013    

Road to Daegu Series: Modernization of the Russian Energy Sector

As part of our “Road to Daegu” activities leading up to the World Energy Congress, Siemens is hosting Round Table discussions around the globe on regional energy topics. Our second event took place in Russia, where the panel discussed the country’s...

Posted July 18, 2013    

The Road to Daegu Series: One Integrated Energy Market for Europe?

As part of our “Road to Daegu” activities leading up to the World Energy Congress, the company is hosting Round Table discussions around the globe on regional energy topics. The first event took place in Belgium, where the panel discussed the...

Posted July 2, 2013    

The Future of Oil & Gas: Exploring New Innovation in Old-Fashioned Energy Webcast Recap

In case you missed it, last week The Energy Collective hosted a webcast on the topic of oil and gas and what the future held for these fossil fuels. As recent research has shown, despite the unprecedented levels of growth and attention wind, solar...

Posted February 6, 2012    

Siemens Employee Highlighted During “State of the Union” Address

During his State of the Union Address to Congress on January 24, 2012, President Barack Obama recognized Siemens Energy as an example of how investing in manufacturing and innovative technologies can create jobs and build a strong America.An example...

Posted January 31, 2012    

Green is Gold: States Invest In Avenues For Scaling Solar

Last week’s Solar Exchange East was hosted in the heart of the Southeast U.S.A. – North Carolina. The state’s own Governor Bev Purdue is fond of saying “Green is Gold” in regards to her stance on renewable energy sources in the state. And the event...

Posted September 28, 2011    

Operation 'Use The Sun': The U.S. Military’s Sustainability Strategy

For those of you who did not know, our military spends a lot of money to support itself. One of its biggest expenses is its huge appetite for energy. Specifically, according to Colonel Dan Nolan, “The DOD is the world’s largest oil consumer,”...

Posted September 24, 2011    

Electric Vehicles, the New Frontier?

Last Thursday the U.S. space shuttle touched down for the last time, and a part of history came to an end. N.C. Senator Fletcher Hartsell, Jr., reflected that morning that “It’s sad to think we might have lost our vision a bit [in the space program...

Posted July 28, 2011