Combining the proven AES Advancion and Siemens Siestorage energy storage platforms with expanded services, Fluence will offer customers a wider variety of options to meet the challenges of a rapidly transforming energy landscape.
The goal of the collaboration is to jointly develop microgrids that enable local energy trading based on blockchain technology.
The K2 Wind Facility is a 270 MW wind power facility is located in the Township of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) and commenced commercial operations in June 2015.
Through the JUMP online crowdsourcing platform, Siemens and ORNL seek to engage the public in gathering ideas to explore the use of personal “smart” devices to control such things as lighting and air conditioning in public spaces.
Installation of the wind turbines is scheduled to begin in December 2016, with the start of operations expected by June 2017.
Siemens has been commissioned to provide the complete electro-technical solution for Finland’s first battery-powered car ferry.