Engineering giant moves into end-to-end solutions

Engineering giant Siemens has launched a new business in the UK to help large energy users reduce costs while increasing productivity, efficiency and resilience.

Energy Solutions is offering an end-to-end, technology-agnostic service to manufacturing sites, commercial buildings, universities, business parks and municipalities, from design and installation through to service and maintenance.

The Energy Solutions Team is led by Faye Bowser, who joined Siemens as a mechanical engineering technical apprentice in 2003, served ten years in engineering focussed roles and then moved into international contracts management for customers.

“Energy Solutions is driven by sustainability, innovation, and empowering energy users to be part of, and benefit from, the energy transition,” said Bowser. “Our smart energy solutions are specifically tailored to the individual requirements of each customer – depending on their kind of business, market, energy situation and strategic objectives for supply and usage. From initial assessment to remote services, we ensure ‘first time right’ success based on our unique combination of digitalisation expertise, such as simulation tools and a digital twin approach, and in-depth understanding of both the supply side and demand side of energy. Siemens is also able to finance the whole or a portion of the project in a variety of different ways.”

Energy Solutions officially formed in January, but has already carried out projects including tackling energy efficiency and on-site generation for the Siemens showcase factory at Congleton that has played a role in supporting the UK government’s fight against COVID-19. Another example is the Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND) Living Lab at Keele University that aims at better understanding how the university produces, distributes and consumes energy while reducing reliance on fossil fuels and significantly reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Municipal projects are also underway with Stoke on Trent and the Isle of Wight.

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