The hottest Siemens has helped China develop green

2022-08-24
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Siemens helped China develop green energy for a hundred years, Kunming, China, August 26th, 2010. Today, China's first hydropower station, shilongba hydropower station, which was assembled by Siemens, held a Centenary Celebration of its construction and operation. In 1910, Siemens provided two sets of generating units for the shilongba Hydropower Station 42 kilometers away from Kunming, marking the beginning of China's utilization of renewable energy. Up to now, one of the Siemens generator sets is still in operation, providing electricity to the local area continuously. Cheng Meiwei, CEO of Siemens Northeast Asia and President and CEO of Siemens (China) Co., Ltd., said: the early struggle of Siemens' pioneers in China has shaped the entrepreneurial spirit we uphold today. I am very proud of Siemens' contribution to the development of renewable energy in China. Siemens has provided China with green energy for a hundred years, which is unmatched by other companies

the shilongba hydropower station, the first hydropower station in China, which was assembled by Siemens, today held a commemoration of the centenary of its construction and operation, marking the centenary development of hydropower in China

at the beginning of the 20th century, some Chinese businessmen in Kunming accepted the suggestion and decided to use local hydropower resources to generate electricity. Siemens shukete factory, the predecessor of Siemens, as a contractor, is responsible for providing a full set of generator set equipment for hydropower stations. The first power station, with Dianchi Lake as a natural regulating reservoir, was built in 1910 and put into operation in 1912, with an installed capacity of 480 kW. At the initial stage of completion, Siemens' engineers and technicians were also responsible for the operation of hydropower stations and trained a large number of Chinese technicians. Shilongba hydropower station has experienced the baptism of war and natural disasters, and now it has become a national key cultural relics protection unit

since the beginning of the 20th century, renewable energy has begun to develop in China and plays an important role in China's economic transformation and upgrading. At present, the total installed capacity of hydropower in China ranks first in the world. Renewable energy, including hydropower, nuclear power and wind power, has accounted for 8.3% of the total energy consumption, and according to the medium and long-term plan of the Chinese government, this proportion will reach 15% in 2010

In 1910, Siemens provided two sets of generating units for the shilongba Hydropower Station 42 kilometers away from Kunming, marking the beginning of China's utilization of renewable energy. Today, one of the Siemens generator sets is still in operation to provide electricity to the local area

Siemens has long been rooted in China and has the largest business portfolio related to environmental protection in the world. China's ambitious low-carbon development plan will provide us with more market opportunities. We will be fully committed to helping China optimize its energy structure, protect the environment and achieve sustainable development, Cheng Meiwei said. Over the years, Siemens has helped China reduce its carbon footprint and achieve energy conservation and consumption reduction by virtue of its environmental protection related business portfolio covering the entire energy industry chain. In June, 2010, with the help of Siemens, the world's first 800 kV high-voltage test4.0 full digital closed-loop control system is a new generation of professional control system for experimental machines developed by our company. The DC transmission line Yunguang high-voltage DC transmission line was put into operation. Siemens' HVDC technology not only ensures long-distance and low loss energy transmission, but also reduces carbon dioxide emissions by 30million tons per year compared with the construction of thermal power plants of the same scale in Guangdong, assuming a lower utilization temperature. In February, 2009, Siemens announced an additional investment of 1.35 billion yuan in China to expand the production scale in the field of alternative energy. In March of the same year, the inverted metallographic microscope could not clean the surface of other parts with organic solution. Siemens' first wind turbine equipment manufacturing plant in China laid the foundation in Shanghai, marking Siemens' entry into China's wind power market. The manufacturing plant will be put into operation within this year. In this regard, Cheng Meiwei said: we will continue the cause created by Siemens' pioneers in shilongba hydropower station and create another century of glory

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