Our goal is to help cities evolve, and to offer them strategies and tools to ensure that they will become social, cultural and economic hubs.
Ingenuity for Life
Demand Side Response Control for Public buildings
The Use case aims at delivering strategic load curtailment in public buildings via existing BEMS.
Energy storage assets
Energy storage system with Li-Ion batteries which provides bi-directional flexibility. It is aimed for dynamic cycling.
Smart City Central Energy Controller
A Virtual Power Plant energy management platform, providing the capability to city stakeholders to actively manage Distributed Energy Resource (generation, storage and load) from a single platform.
Micro-grid management system
Microgrid management controller, designed to integrate disparate energy assets throughout single stakeholders to deliver improved energy performance within the areas of cost, CO2, flatten peak and effective use of low carbon generation.
Demand Side Response Control for Office Block (Academic Building)
The Use case aims at delivering strategic load curtailment in academic buildings via existing BEMS.
Energy Optimisations in Buildings
The Building Benchmark Assessment is used to identify buildings where energy optimization measures can be implemented and is based on a set of benchmarks developed over time.
Demand Side Response (DSR) Control for Student Accomodation
The use case aims to deliver strategic load curtailment in student accomodations via existing BEMS.
Siemens offers products and services for these Smart City Solutions
Local Energy System
Approximately one-quarter of the energy price is owed by the transportation of the energy. The implementation of a local energy system can shift the energy production from a centralised system to a decentralised system.
Virtual Power Plant
The increasing usage of renewable energy raises the risk of unpredictable energy generation drops or peaks. A virtual power plant reduces these risks by aggregating several small production units.
Building Energy Management System
The majority of public funding on energy efficiency within the EU is proposed for the building sector. The federal funds in that sector add up to €5.4 billion in 2014. One way to increase the energy efficiency of buildings is to implement a building energy management systems (BEMS).
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