With more than 200 employees in Cleveland, and nearly 2,000 in Ohio, Siemens has a long history in the community. Today, Siemens helps provide power to more than 800,000 homes from its local Lordstown Energy Center and celebrates a decades-long partnership with Case Western Reserve.
Clean Energy in Ohio

Cleaner-Burning, Affordable Natural Gas in Lordstown

A combined cycle gas turbine plant, Lordstown Energy Center generates 949MW of electricity —providing power to 800,000 homes and producing half the carbon dioxide of coal-powered plants.

Siemens is providing U.S.-manufactured H-Class turbine technology to help power the Lordstown natural gas-fueled power plant. The economic impact in the region over the plant’s 40-year life is projected at more than $30 billion.

Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)

30+ Years of Partnership

The latest partnership aims to provide hands-on training to the next generation of digital grid experts.

Siemens and CWRU have a long-standing partnership, including an over 30-year research collaboration on MRI technology. Most recently, they formed a new academic partnership to provide students with the skills needed to operate and advance the nation’s energy grid. Students will receive classroom and hands-on learning via real-world software and hardware tools in a new state-of-the-art Digital Grid Lab.