Tag Archives: Siemens

DOE Selects Siemens for Microgrid Energy Mgmt System R&D Project

Siemens' U.S. research and development business unit has received a $6.4M contract to help the Department of Energy build a system to manage distributed energy resources. Princeton, N.J.-based Siemens Corporate Technology aims to create an energy management system that will use tools designed to increase the resilience of microgrids and facilitate autonomous power restoration as part of the Autonomous and Resilient Operation of Energy systems with RenewaAbles or AURORA project.

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25 Public, Private Sector Leaders Named to American Workforce Policy Advisory Board

Twenty-five representatives from the public and private sectors have been appointed to serve on a new board that will develop strategies to improve the state of the U.S. workforce. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Ivanka Trump, adviser to the president, co-chair the recently created American Workforce Policy Advisory Board, the Department of Commerce said Wednesday.
 

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Tina Dolph, President & CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, Added to 2019 Wash100 for Energy Efficiency Leadership

Executive Mosaic is happy to announce that Tina Dolph, president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, has been selected to the 2019 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for her 20 years of leadership experience in government and her efforts modernizing energy for a number of military facilities. This marks her first Wash100 award.

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Siemens, ISA Co-Sponsor Workshop on Energy Sector Cybersecurity

Siemens and the International Society of Automation co-sponsored a workshop on Monday, Oct. 29, in Houston to discuss new approaches to safeguard the energy sector from cyber attacks. Cybersecurity professionals from government and industry discussed how machine learning and security analytics platforms could help detect vulnerabilities and defend industrial control …

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Siemens Proposes Mini-Grids for Puerto Rico’s Electric Power System; Alan Bloodgood Comments

A new white paper from Siemens has recommended the establishment of a series of 10 mini-grids designed to improve the resilience of Puerto Rico’s current energy infrastructure in the event of natural disasters. Siemens said Monday the proposed mini-grids throughout the U.S. territory will leverage the current energy infrastructure and …

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Siemens’ Federal Arm Starts Solar Farm Project in North Carolina; Sam Lewis Comments

Executives from Siemens’ U.S. federal subsidiary and tribal leaders conducted a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday to begin construction work on a solar farm at Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino in Murphy, N.C., the Cherokee One Feather reported Friday. “Siemens is really pleased at the opportunity to bring tribal and federal resources …

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Curtiss-Wright Gets $85M Contract to Supply Turbines, Auxiliary Equipment for Navy Carrier

Huntington Ingalls Industries has awarded Curtiss-Wright an $85 million contract to produce main propulsion steam turbines and auxiliary equipment for installation on the U.S. Navy‘s future Enterprise (CVN 80) aircraft carrier. Curtiss-Wright said Tuesday its EMS division is scheduled to perform engineering and production work under the contract through at least 2022. HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding division will receive …

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