Striving to be an open and inclusive platform to foster commercialisation and scaling-up of research results, Siemens Energy has launched a new innovation centre in Shenzhen, China that will focus on green hydrogen.
Taking advantage of the local industrial base and talent pool in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), the innovation centre will focus on R&D of core technologies and development of innovation-based clean energy business.
It will integrate scientific research and industry in support of green development of the GBA.
“Managing the energy transition can only be successful if we form global partnerships, modernise conventional technologies in a way that they are an effective interim solution and develop even more innovative green technologies,” said Christian Bruch, CEO of Siemens Energy.
“The new innovation centre in Shenzhen will combine all elements. It’s another lighthouse for the EU-China ‘Green Partnership’ and ‘Digital Partnership’. This will bring us closer to the most dynamic energy market and, together with Chinese partners, create technologies and innovations that have an industrial and social impact.”
The innovation centre, in cooperation with local counterparts and governments, will also host a collaboration and incubation centre to nurture an innovation ecosystem in the local community, and an exhibition and exchange centre to promote public education and international exchange in the field of green energy.
Siemens Energy is deeply engaged in promoting and development projects and technologies to produce green hydrogen.
The company is working with partners to build a hydrogen economy in the UAE, as H2 View finds out in an exclusive interview with Manuel Kuehn, Head of Siemens Energy, New Energy Business in the Middle East, in our February magazine.
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