Promising Low-Noise Wind Turbine

Promising Low-Noise Wind Turbine

A Promising Low-Noise Wind Turbine was launched at the WindEnergy Hamburg trade show by Siemens which was inspired by the silent flight of the owl.

A Promising Low-Noise Wind Turbine was launched at the WindEnergy Hamburg trade show by Siemens.

The low-noise wind turbine was inspired by the silent flight of the owl.

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Siemens unveiled the SWT-3.3-130LN wind turbine, which operates at a reduced rotor speed and includes aerodynamic add-ons to its rotor blades which mean the turbine can be operated at a noise level of only 104.9 decibels. Read More

First electric highway

First electric highway

When the truck goes outside the electrically-powered lane, the pantograph is disconnected and the truck is then powered by the combustion engine or the battery-operated electric motor.

The first electric highway of the world is developed in Sweden.

The first part of an electric highway is ready to use. This project is the result of the collaboration between Siemens and Scania.

It’s a two-kilometer stretch of freeway in central Sweden with power lines stretched over the righthand lane.

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Siemens opens plant for green hydrogen production

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Siemens delivered the elektrolyse installation. It uses Proton Exchange Membranes (PEM)

German technology companies Siemens and Linde have taken 6 MW electrolysis plant into operation. The plant converts renewable energy into hydrogen (split water into hydrogen and oxygen). 

The pilot plant at the Energy Park Mainz costs 17 million euro’s. Read More

150 wind mills extra in the North Sea

wind mill park at the North Sea

Wind mill park at the North Sea

Funding for the construction of the largest wind farm in the North Sea is agreed. The project has a total budget of 2.8 billion euros.

The wind farm will be build about 85 miles up the coast from the north of Holland.

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