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Building a green hydrogen economy in the UAE

Building a green hydrogen economy in the UAE

Sustainability, innovation and transformation are three words that sum up Siemens Energy in a nutshell. More than just an energy technology company, Siemens Energy is committed to making sustainable, reliable and affordable energy possible, through its global team of more than 91,000 employees across 90 countries.

On its quest to reshape the energy of tomorrow, and with a 150-year legacy rich in innovation, the Hydrogen Council member is pushing the boundaries of what is possible. Spun off from parent global technology giant Siemens in September 2020 – in what was Germany’s largest ever spin off, Siemens Energy strives for sustainability in its decarbonisation journey, innovation centred on future technologies, and transformation among its future focused offerings, portfolio and mindset.

The company’s portfolio of products, solutions and services covers almost the entire energy value chain, from power generation and transmission to storage, and includes conventional and renewable energy technology, such as gas and steam turbines, hybrid power plants operated with hydrogen, and power generators and transformers. A majority stake in wind engineering company Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) makes Siemens Energy a global market leader in renewable energies.

For hydrogen, Siemens Energy is deeply engaged in promoting and developing projects and technologies to produce green hydrogen. The company’s Silyzer product family is an innovative proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysis system that can use wind and solar energy to produce green hydrogen.

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