Recent Siemens news

Siemens Powers Technologies International will deliver a Base Case Coordination System planning tool to the Western Electricity Coordinating Council, to help the council figure out how tobuild out the transmission systemin the area.

The Corporate Research and Technology unit of Siemens Corp. will use $1.6 million in development funding from the U.S. DOE—and nearly $750,000 in matching funding from the company—to recommend how to significantly “reduce the current costs of EV chargers” and develop smart “charging capabilities that support power grid efficiency and consumer demand.”

Separately, the U.S. General Services Administration has contracted Siemens to have the company supply 20 of its EV charging stations in California and Michigan at Veterans Affairs facilities.

Also, a Financial Times article on recent developments at Siemens, quotes Peter Loscher, head of Siemens, saying, “As a company, we come out with 40 new inventions a day [as manifested by new patents], and this gives us a lot of underlying strengths.”

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