Dietrich Möller: “Siemens is prepared to take part in projects to modernize Russian power plants”
“In these conditions, it is important to be a technology partner that is able to offer the widest range of equipment combined with extensive experience in implementing projects of very different levels of complexity”, Möller said.
Among the main trends in the development of equipment suppliers, Möller cited: the modernization of obsolete power generation infrastructure, the transition to new technologies, increased capacity, and the growing demand among customers for the use of digital technologies and cloud services in all areas of the electric power industry.
Möller noted that Siemens is satisfied with the work of its joint venture with Power Machines and does not plan to make any changes. “We have no plans to make any changes to the joint venture with Power Machines”, he said.
During a working visit to the Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak spoke with students from Kazan State Power Engineering University.
October 5, Moscow. - A panel discussion on the theme ‘Russian–European Cooperation: The Path to Global Improvements in Energy Efficiency’ has taken place as part of Russian Energy Week.
Maxim Shereykin, General Director of the Agency for Technological Development, will participate in the panel discussion ‘Russian–European Cooperation: The Path to Global Improvements in Energy Efficiency’ as part of the Russian Energy Week.