A new report states that the power industry is steadily embracing the opportunities of 3D printing with applications being used in renewables, conventional energy and battery storage.
Don’t work harder; work smarter. This old adage is taking on new significance as digitalisation transforms our economies. Today, we stand at the precipice of a global productivity revolution and the watchword of this will be: “work smarter.”
Siemens has hit another milestone in its use of additive manufacturing.
The additive manufacturing building will be for Siemens’ 3D-printing specialist Materials Solutions and will continue work on gas turbines and other turbomachinery.
Siemens is to invest $36m in a state-of-the-art 3D printing facility in the UK.
Siemens new HL-class turbines are a synthesis of old and new technologies but ultimately they add up to an efficiency gain that equips gas-fired power plants well for the challenge of balancing a renewable energy-dominated power sector.
Technology company Assystem is taking innovations such as data mapping that it has used for aerospace solutions and cross-fertilizing them into the energy sector, writes Mike Sheehan
Digitalization represents “a huge opportunity” for Europe's solar industry, new analysis has found.