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  • Jul 20, 2017 11:00 am EDT
    Kevin Yates, President, Siemens Energy Management, U.S.
    Speaking at the Fluence launch during the AES Innovation Congress in Washington, DC Since our first day of our founding more than 160 years ago, Siemens has been inventing, optimizing and re-engineering machines capable of generating electrical energy at all levels. One might conclude that our DNA has a foundation of electrifying the world. It’s because of this deep-rooted foundation in electrification that we continue to invest in innovation around power generation, transmission andmore...
  • Jul 19, 2017 10:00 am EDT
    Kevin Yates, President, Siemens Energy Management, U.S.
    Our latest installment of Siemens Ingenuity for Life advertising campaign launched Wednesday, highlighting how Siemens microgrid software is helping a 100-year-old Native American Reservation embrace renewable technology, reduce operating costs, and improve overall relaibility. Through a series of videos and print ads, the campaign features members of the Northern California Blue Lake tribe talking about Siemens technology, how it’s helped improve the lives of residents, and secured themore...
  • Jul 17, 2017 12:30 pm EDT
    Mike Carlson, President of Siemens Digital Grid, North America
    Last month, I was on-hand for the Grid Edge World Forum in San Jose, CA where technology companies, government agencies and utility leaders like award winner Arizona Public Service examined trends and innovation happening at the grid edge. I was part of the conference’s opening panel discussion, Megatrends at the Grid Edge, which tackled these two topics head-on and delivered some thought-provoking viewpoints.more...
  • May 18, 2017 2:45 pm EDT
    Kevin Yates, President, Siemens Energy Management
    With the Administration, members of Congress, and three out of four citizens endorsing new infrastructure investment, now is the opportunity to prioritize investments and continue raising the bar for our infrastructure’s ongoing safety, effectiveness, and sustainability. Siemens, a global technology company with approximately 50,000 employees in the U.S., works with cities across the U.S. to put technology to work that reduces energy, improves our transportation systems, makes buildingsmore...
  • Apr 11, 2017 10:00 am EDT
    Mike Carlson, President of Siemens Digital Grid
    Every year, Greentech Media seeks to highlight the industry leaders paving the way toward tomorrow’s distributed energy system. The Grid Edge Awards represent the top twenty companies or projects that showcase innovative products, introduce new business models to the electric sector, or otherwise present alternative ways of managing the electric grid that are more efficient and reliable.more...
  • Feb 28, 2017 12:00 pm EST
    Mike Carlson, President of Siemens Digital Grid, North America
    When I was younger, I remember there being a constant battle over the thermostat in the house. And that was when it was working properly. Now, in the days of Nest, the idea of controlling your home temperature is almost as second nature as setting an alarm clock. Add to that the ability to turn lights and televisions on via your smartphone or voice command; we live in a world of assumed expectations.more...
  • Feb 14, 2017 11:00 am EST
    Mike Carlson, President of Siemens Digital Grid, North America
    This past week, Arizona Public Service (APS) was awarded the Project of the Year for Renewable Integration at DistribuTECH 2017. This honor, presented by POWERGRID International in front of thousands of show attendees, is certainly well-deserved, and we extend our sincere congratulations to the APS team. Competing against projects from around the world, APS’ solar partner program took the top spot for Renewable Integration, thanks to its innovative approach to utility-owned solarmore...
  • Sep 28, 2016 1:30 pm EDT
    Kevin Yates, President, Siemens Energy Management
    As Seen on Environmental Leader, Tuesday, September 27, 2016In California, there is no question that the state has the accelerator pressed down to the floor when it comes to clean energy. The latest evidence of that came just last month, when the Golden State became the first in the nation to propose its own plan for Clean Power Plan compliance.A summit hosted this month by IHS in San Francisco brought together regional energy leaders to discuss how California can be a model for the restmore...
  • Aug 29, 2016 10:00 am EDT
    As heard on The Peggy Smedley show on Tuesday, August 23rdMichael Carlson, president, digital grid North America, Siemens, says the best IoT (Internet of Things) solution for the grid involves bringing together all of the technology that is currently there. He explains the biggest frontier to be conquered is the data and analytics.Listen here.more...
  • Aug 23, 2016 10:20 am EDT
    Rick Boyd, Vice President of Siemens Transformers
    A century after they were introduced, the gray, unsung hero of the power network – the transformer – is finally getting its day. Unless you work for a utility company, you hardly ever notice them. But recognition from the U.S. Government by including plans to develop strategic reserves of spare large power transformers in last year’s transportation bill, demonstrates that these electrical devices are critical components in the wake of storms, natural disasters, and unintentional accidents thatmore...