Value creation with infrastructure
Beginning 20th century: 10% of world population was urban. By 2050,
of the world population is expected to live in cities.
Rethink infrastructure planning for value creationAdvances in technology are enabling modern infrastructures which are the basis for economic, social, and environmental value creation. Utility infrastructure has long investment cycles and intrinsically faces the risk of stranded assets. Energy Business Advisory from Siemens guides you in creating sustainable and value-oriented infrastructure. We provide thought-leadership rethinking infrastructure development with a focus on value creation. This will serve both business and society.
Thrive in change – leverage digitalization, seize new opportunities
Traditional infrastructure planning takes into account decades of technology lifecycles and the standard utility consumption profiles of consumers. The twenty-first century legacy is facing the second investment cycle. Trends like digitalization and the massive introduction of distributed energy resources are disrupting standard lifecycles and consumption patterns. Investment must be made. This offers an unprecedented opportunity to leverage and adapt your utility infrastructure to future business strategies , cost structures, and monetization models.
Infrastructure strategies and community energy planning – laying the foundation for prosperity
Technological advances like decentralized energy resources and digitalization allow energy infrastructure to regain their driving role in creating economic, social, and environmental value. Therefore, it’s time for utilities to get back to their roots and drive the infrastructure necessary to enable increased prosperity in their communities. Community energy plans (CEP) should translate a community’s vision and strategy into actionable energy programs.
We believe that a successful CEP and infrastructure strategy demands a strong alignment among the utilities providing infrastructure services and other participants who consume these services. This way it’s possible to create value in this "energy ecosystem". Our strategic advice for integrated strategies enables value-oriented infrastructure planning and development in a community context. We also translate community objectives into the required utility transformation. At Siemens we offer business ecosystem modeling as well as scenario and business case development.
Concepts for electromobility infrastructure development
The growing number of electric vehicles and political initiatives are driving the demand for fast charging infrastructures. In order to establish a solid business case and strategy, market players - such as gas stations and other charging infrastructure operators, fleets and companies which offer workplace charging - now need to evaluate their role and business potential in the electromobility field.
Siemens provides expert support in deriving a pinpoint strategy for a sustainable and efficient electromobility charging infrastructure. In customer workshops we perform a detailed evaluation of the respective market and regulatory framework and derive a suitable business model. We deliver a scalable implementation plan which includes specifications for hardware, software and operational requirements as well as the definition of the required core and sub-processes for EV charging, such as accounting or reporting.
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Concepts for gas stations and charging infrastructure operators
Concepts for fleets and workplace charging
In addition, our experts offer electromobility training courses. In these courses participants gain an overview of latest trends and business opportunities in the market and learn which aspects need to be considered to ensure a successful market entry. Visit the Siemens Power Academy homepage for more detailed information.
Challenges that are transforming our world:
- Digitalization: By 2020, the digital universe will reach 44 zettabytes – a tenfold increase from 2013 specifically for the energy domain, new installations of global smart meters increases by 200% between 2015 and 2025. In 2025 it reaches 100 million p.a.1
- Decentralization: New installations distributed power generation increases by over 150% between 2010 and 2030, the share of distributed goes up to 67% in 2030.
- Decarbonization: Power production from renewables increases by over 300% between 2010 and 2030, the share of renewables goes up to 40% in 2030.
We help you understand how IoT can augment your business processes, and innovate your business models.
Siemens Digital Grid provides world-class consulting to cope with the complex changes that drive the “Energiewende” by enhacing your business through:
- A framework that links functional domains at our customers and ensures harmonization of all initiatives across them.
- World-class expertise as a global player that enables us to master the operational processes along the multi-modal energy system.
- Leverage expertise and dedicated experts throughout the entire customer journey.
- Agile definition and tracking of necessary initiatives through Customer Value Co-Creation (CVCC)
In addition, our experts offer training courses. Join the training - Internet of Things (IoT) for energy – a holistic training from technology to business models.
- IDC, The Digital Universe of Opportunities: Rich Data and the Increasing Value of the Internet of Things, April 2014
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