The smarter E Europe 2019

May 15-17, 2019, Munich, Germany Messe München, Hall B2, Booth 110
“The smarter E Europe” May 15 – 17, 2019, Munich

Take control: Be energy intelligent!

On the path to the future of energy, decarbonization, decentralization, and digitalization are inextricably linked. The goal, after all, is intelligent, sustainable generation, provision, and use of energy. This requires integrative thinking and an eye for the big picture – from intelligent energy concepts to sector coupling, electromobility, and the integration of renewable energies in the power grid. At “The smarter E Europe” in Munich, we will demonstrate how this combination of energy generation, storage, distribution, and use functions in practice. The event brings together four exhibitions under one roof: Intersolar, Power2Drive, ees, EM-Power. Covering the core topics for the energy world of the future, and making it the largest energy trade fair in Europe. In line with the trade fair motto “Take control: Be energy intelligent!" we will present innovative products and solutions for the grid integration of PV power plants, local energy systems, and for the e-mobility ecosystems. We look forward to seeing you there!

Siemens project on Galápagos islands wins "The smarter E" award

Isabela hybrid power plant has been awarded as "outstandig project" at “The smarter E Europe” 2019. The panel of judges rewarded this demonstration of a complex renewable electricity solution, which replaces diesel and eliminates the associated environmental risks. Teaching local inhabitants about the maintenance and operation of the plant is part of the innovative approach to decentrally controlled applications.

Highlights

The smarter E - Smart integration of photovoltaic power generation into the grid 

The use of renewable energy sources is growing at a tremendous pace, a development that is presenting grids with new challenges such as: How to maintain reliable stability at all times. The Photovoltaic electrical Balance of Plant, also known as Photovoltaic eBoP, is the right answer for the challenges of the future: a complete package of proven components, modern systems, and comprehensive service offerings. Essential part of this solution is the PV skid outdoor platform, a future-proof converter station with three high-performance components from the Siemens portfolio: the inverter, transformer, and switchgear. 

 

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Photovoltaic eBoP solution

 

SINACON PV Central Inverter

The smarter E - Be energy intelligent!

With the help of local distributed energy solutions, it’s possible to turn the challenges energy costs, security of supply and CO₂ reduction into long-term calculable variables – across all businesses, like industries, commercial areas, large buildings, municipalities, and communities. The solutions can include targeted use of on-site power generation (renewable and conventional), combined heating and power stations, energy storage, load management, up to energy-as-a-service.

 

Smart energy management for private homes

The Siemens Junelight Smart Battery is an energy storage device for the storage and use of self-generated energy, which is specially geared to the requirements in private homes. The lithium-ion storage combines functions for intelligent and safe energy management with a modern design. Using the mobile Junelight Smart App, all energy flows – from production, through storage, right down to consumption and grid in-feed – can always be monitored in real time. 

 

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Distributed Energy Solutions

Energy Configurator 

 

Whitepaper: Self-financing smart buildings

 

Siemens Junelight (German only)

The smarter E - eMobility

Digital technologies are the precursors for the necessary infrastructure installations required to meet the growing demand for electromobility. We offer complete solutions for the charging infrastructure and components, charging management systems, as well as complete end-to-end solutions and consulting services. Our portfolio ensures that the power runs smoothly and efficiently from the generating plant to the charging station.

 

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eMobility Charging Ecosystem

SICHARGE CC AC22

The smarter E - Shaping digitalization together  

The growing share of renewable generation causes new flexibility challenges for electrical grid. The MindSphere Application Center for Energy Management supports TSOs, DSOs, utilities, industries, and operators of buildings and infrastructures in developing data-based strategies that create added value – in business models, applications, solutions, and services using MindSphere, Siemens’ open, cloud-based IoT operating system.

 

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MindSphere Application Center for Energy Management

Distributed Energy Optimization

The smarter E - Financing solutions for innovative technology

Energy transition, digitalization, sector coupling and converting existing buildings into intelligent buildings all require intelligent solutions. These solutions would ideally combine technology and financing. Because many innovative technologies require substantial investments with potentially long amortization periods. Therefore individual financing solutions play an important role for the future – with Siemens as technological partner and Siemens Financial Services as financial partner.

 

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Financing solutions for innovative technology

 

Whitepaper: Self-financing smart buildings

Exhibition in detail

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SIVACON 8PS - LDM-P busbar trunking system for photovoltaic and container stations Photovoltaic eBoP solution SINACON PV photovoltaic central inverter Smart integration of PV power Efficient photovoltaic plant control Fluence – #1 global energy storage integrator eMobility charging ecosystem Electromobility – a growing trend. Get ready for future requirements with consulting and smart operations Electromobility – a growing trend. Get ready for future requirements with consulting and smart operations Smatrics - empowering new mobility eCharging with SIMATIC eCharging with SIMATIC eCharging with SIMATIC eMobility charging ecosystem eMobility charging ecosystem Junelight Smart Battery Junelight Smart Charger – charging station for cost-optimized charging Electrification in the digital age Attractive payment plans for technical solutions provided by Siemens Take control of your energy supply – with distributed energy solutions Take control of your energy supply – with distributed energy solutions Take control of your energy supply – with distributed energy solutions Using PEM electrolysis to generate 'green' hydrogen from renewable energies Enhanced building performance through the power of data Efficient, resilient, and sustainable distributed energy solutions SINAMICS DCP - The flexible and easy-to-use DC power converter for storage integration in innovative grids Solar PV inverter for decentralised, utility-scale solar power plant with silicon carbide (SiC)
Speakers

Presentations from Siemens representatives at The smarter E Europe 2019

Conference Opening 

When:
Tuesday, May 14th, 2019; 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Location:

ICM MCH, 14B

Speaker:
Eike-Oliver Steffen, CEO Solution and Service Portfolio, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Turning Building Data into Business Value

When:

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019; 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location:

ICM MCH, Room 11

Speaker:

Peter Halliday, Head of Buildings Performance & Sustainability, Siemens Schweiz AG, Smart Infrastructure

New Finance for New Energy: Financing and Payment Models for New Technology 

When:

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019; 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Location:

ICM MCH, Room 13A

Speaker:

Ulf Rentzow, Financing Solution Partner, Siemens Finance & Leasing GmbH

Holistic Approach of E-Mobility Infrastructure Implementation Concepts – Fleet Operators and Gas Stations

When:

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019; 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Location:

ICM MCH, Room 13B

Speaker:

Thomas Gereke, Senior e-Mobility Consultant, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Modelling DES Systems and Performance Assessment with Digital Services 

When:

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019; 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Location:

ICM MCH, Room 14C

Speaker:

Matthias Becker, Business Development Manager Europe, Distributed Energy Systems, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

The Isabela Island Hybrid Power Plant – First of its Kind Local Energy Solution on the Galápagos Islands

When:

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019; 11:30 a.m.

Location:

Hall B3, Booth B3.570

Speaker:

Andreas Boes, Business Development Manager LatAm&Brazil, Distributed Energy Systems, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Driving Zero Fossil Fuels for Galápagos

When:

Thursday, May 16th, 2019; 10:45 a.m.

Location:

Hall B3, Booth B3.570

Speaker:

Andreas Boes, Business Development Manager LatAm&Brazil, Distributed Energy Systems, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

The Wunsiedel Solution – Turning the Energy Transition into the Future of Energy (in German)

When:

Thursday, May 16th, 2019; 11:30 a.m.

Location:

Hall B3, Booth B3.570

Speaker:

Andreas Schmuderer, Head of Sales Consulting, Distributed Energy Systems Germany, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Smart City and Sector Coupling (in German)

When:

Thursday, May 16th, 2019; 12:15 p.m.

Location:

Hall C4, Booth C4.550

Speaker:

Dr. Rainer Saliger, Senior Sales Consultant, Distributed Energy Systems, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Junelight – Energy Storage Systems of Today with the Intelligent Connectivity of Tomorrow (in German)

When:

Thursday, May 16th, 2019; 12:30 a.m.

Location:

Hall C2, Booth C2.550

Speaker:

Nadine Kalski, Head of Sales Smart Edge Germany, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Realising Investments in "Low-hanging Fruits" with Energy Efficiency Services 

When:

Friday, May 17th, 2019; 11:00 a.m.

Location:

Hall C4, Booth C4.550

Speaker:

Michael Werner, Senior Sales Manager, Siemens AG, Smart Infrastructure

Generation Flexibility Enhancement with Battery Storage Systems

When:

Friday, May 17th, 2019; 11:30 a.m.

Location:

Hall B3, Booth B3.570

Speaker:

Jan Namyslo, Regional Sales Leader Central Europe, Fluence Energy GmbH

References

Projects

Evolution of power on the Galapagos

Commissioned by the Ecuadorean government to resolve a complex environmental issue confronting the Galapagos Islands, one that threatened the biological sanctuary’s UNESCO designation as a world heritage site, Siemens has developed a hybrid electricity generation system using renewable fuels that could serve as a model for clean power in decades to come.

Where Germans go to town with 100% renewables

A look at Germany’s energy transition under real-life conditions: With an integrated, decentralized system the groundwork for a 100 percent renewable supply has been laid. One municipal utility, which secures a reliable and economically viable coverage.

Siemens and ubitricity

Siemens, a pioneer in smart infrastructure solutions, has teamed up with ubitricity, a leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging technology to help London’s boroughs prepare for the rapid increase in EVs expected on UK roads by 2020.

IREN2 – Smart technology combined with science

In the community of Wildpoldsried, in Germany’s Allgäu region, everyone involved in the first microgrid test of its kind outside the laboratory is performing pioneering work.

Cloud-based power monitoring in the IoT

Cloud-based power monitoring supports electrical wholesaler Rexel Germany with energy efficiency and consulting.

Energy efficiency in real time

Klebs + Hartmann are always at the forefront of technical trends. As a long-standing technology partner of Siemens they rely on Siemens' power monitoring solutions, especially in terms of energy efficiency and digitalization.

Blue Lake Rancheria

Blue Lake Rancheria, a century-old Native American reservation in Northern California, has launched its low-carbon community microgrid that is helping power government offices, economic enterprises, and critical Red Cross safety shelter-in-place facilities across 100 acres.

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